The NESTet conference is now established within the ENS portfolio with a strong line up of speakers and presentations. As educators like to learn form each other it is a bit of a shame that there are so many parallel sessions, but this is probably due to the success of the conference. This year it has a very European focus with not many presentations from North America, some from South America and hardly any delegates, let alone, presentations from Asia or Africa. I would hope that after the recent co-operation agreements signed between ENEN, ANENT, LANENT and AFRA-NEST that cross-fertilisation of education and training experiences would be encouraged. There is still no global nuclear education and training conference. Perhaps this conference might be it http://www-pub.iaea.org/iaeameetings/46084/International-Conference-on-Human-Resource-Development-for-Introducing-and-Expanding-Nuclear-Power-Programmes-Building-and-Sustaining-Capacity but Education or Training is not explicitly mentioned in the title.