The engineering and communications infrastructure enables the site to function in ordinary and autonomous regimes. A comprehensive quality control system was used during the center’s construction, as were modern technology methods and the most advanced, certified materials, designs, and equipment.
The KTTC complex offers:
classrooms for theoretical training in MPC&A and communications systems
facilities and a test ground for practical work
technical service workshops for MPC&A and communications systems for Russian naval sites
administration and auxiliary premises
The center’s training and administrative building is a three-storey building with a workspace of approximately 2,600 square meters. It includes classrooms, rooms for practical work, a library, one large and two small conference halls, MPC&A system technical service workshops, teachers’ rooms, and rooms for the center’s administrative personnel. Workshops are located in a one-storey building with an area of approximately 250 square meters. These workshops will carry out repairs and tests of MPC&A systems installed at Northern Fleet naval sites.
The KTTC also has a training checkpoint that includes a training zone for vehicle inspections. This facility is designed to enable people to learn and practice correct access procedures to and from Russian naval sites and for practical work on technical maintenance of the equipment installed at the facility. Installed at the test ground are technical protection systems that are linked to the information collection and processing control posts and the access control system located in the main building. A particular feature of the test ground’s location is that students can observe work in the test ground from the windows of the classrooms where the control posts are located.
The KTTC makes it possible to fully meet the demand for MPC&A technical maintenance, tests, technical support, and staff training for Northern Fleet and other Defense Ministry nuclear-hazard sites.
The following work was required for organizing MPC&A training for Russian Defense Ministry personnel:
training teachers in the area of MPC&A for the KTTC
drawing up a training program and training and methodology documents for the KTTC
Toward these goals, specialists from the Kurchatov Institute, Eleron Federal Unitary Special Scientific Production Enterprise, and Eskort Center Closed Joint-Stock Company worked closely with Defense Ministry personnel on the following tasks:
drafting planning documents for the naval training programs