Welcome to our signature training course, the Charles Lowe 40-Hour Radiation Safety Training Course. Seeking a new career in NDT? Seeking refresher radiation safety training? Our top-quality training course is designed to train and qualify new Students on up-to-date rules/regulations and safety practices on topics involving ionizing radiation and Nondestructive Testing (NDT). This course is also designed for experienced NDT personnel seeking refresher training. Students earn a Certificate of Completion, then are able to apply and hire at NDT companies nationwide. NDT companies commonly use ionizing radiation to inspect welds made on pipelines, at refineries, and at welding shops. NDT inspection also takes place in nuclear facilities, locomotive settings, and the aerospace industry.
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Weekday Course Sessions 2022:
Courses are held on 4 consecutive days, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
Tuition: $750 per Student.
Class times: (4) 10 hour days, 8 A.M - 6 P.M.
No previous experience is needed to take this course; and no prerequisite NDT course is required to take this course.
Student is responsible to bring a notepad, writing utensil, and small, cheap calculator with the sqaure root function. Tuition does NOT include lodging and meals.
This 4 day, 40-hour vocational, certificate course is intended to provide the Student with an understanding of basic radiation safety, radiation theory, the applicable parts of Federal and State regulations, health and safety protection problems associated with radiation exposures, as the safe and correct use of industrial radiographic exposure devices (X-ray and gamma). Students are also instructed on the use of Inverse Square Law and Time (Dose) formulas and applicable HAZMAT Awareness. Actual case studies of radiological emergencies will be discussed as required for this course. This radiation safety and protection course prepares Students to employ as Operating Engineers, Electro-Mechanical Technician, Industrial Engineering Technicians, Mechanical Engineering Technicians, Engineering Technicians, Nuclear Technicians, Radiography Trainees, Assistants, Health and Safety Personnel, Quality Control Inspectors, Aerospace Engineers, Locomotive NDT Engineers, Pipeline or related NDT Engineers, or any personnel involved in projects where radiographic inspection is performed or ionizing radiation is used. The course also prepares individuals for the IRRSP and/or other State Radiation Safety examinations, a process of becoming a Certified Radiographer. The course meets the requirements of ASNT SNT-TC-1A, the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and applicable Agreement States.
Course is recognized and accepted by Texas DSHS, Oklahoma DEQ, and ASNT. Also, our Certificate of Completion is recognized and accepted by union and non-union NDT companies, nationwide.
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After successful completion of course, Student is presented a Certificate of Completion.
1. Welcome to our course.
2. How to locate employment.
3. How to interview.
4. Why is safety training important?
5. What is radiation?
6. What is radioactivity?
7. What the harmful effects of radiation?
8. How do time, distance and shielding affect dose?
9. How is radiation detected and measured?
10. How do radiography cameras work?
11. What are the basic rules for radiography?
12. What are the rules for transporting sources?
13. How can following procedures help the Radiographer?
14. Why do radiography Accidents happen?
15. Final exam.
Call or text 1-539-367-8416 for more information and to apply. If no answer, leave message. A representative will return your call. An enrollment form will be immediately sent to you. A completed enrollment form and tuition must be submitted to us prior to beginning of class session.
Students who graduate and are in good standing are provided assistance in finding employment. Charles Lowe cannot guarantee immediate employment to all students graduating, but Charles Lowe stays in contact with many employers and offers lifetime employment assistance for all graduating Charles Lowe Students.
Charles Lowe does NOT offer the Certified Radiographer Exam. Taking a Certified Radiographer Exam is a process to obtain a Certified Radiographer Card or "state" card. Exams are given at various dates and locations at specific states. Exams choices are gamma only, X-ray only or Both. The exam questions are solely radiation safety related. In order to obtain a "state" card, the individual must pass the exam with a 70% or better and obtain the required on-the-job-training hours....RAM only (200 hours) and X-ray only (120 hours)...with a combined hours of 320 hours for the BOTH exam and card.
ASNT offers a Certified Radiographer Exam called the ASNT IRRSP Exam. Required training hours are RAM 300 hours, X-ray 200 hours, for a combined hours requirement of 500 hours. Plus, a practical exam is required.
Charles Lowe has the most radiation safety study material readily available in one place, and FREE to download in our Student Resource Portal. After enrolling into our course, Students are allowed access to our Student Resource Portal to begin their studies and to refresh their learning post-graduation.
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