Please complete all online training during the pandemic.
Now holding instructor-led classes "Radiation Worker Training - Part II". Please follow the registration instructions below. Only three students can take the exam at once at the EHS Support Facility. Instruction on zoom.
Two-part training is required to obtain Radiation Worker certification:
It is highly recommended to complete this two-part sequentially.
To maintain Radiation Worker certification, the Radiation Safety Refresher training must be completed annually in Skillsoft.
The course covers basic radiation physics, instrumentation, biological effects of ionizing radiation, radiation protection principles and radioactive waste, among other topics.
This is an instructor-led training, offered monthly, reviewing topics from the initial training, plus use and selection of instrumentation, radioactivity calculations, and decay concept. An overview of RAM use in the lab setting is discussed, as well as recommendations for record-keeping.
Currently offered sessions:
5/19/2021, Wednesday, 9:00-11:30AM, zoom-class, exam at EHS Support Facility, 13178 E. 19th Ave., Aurora, 80045 (on-campus).
6/16/2021, Wednesday, 9:00-11:30AM, zoom-class, exam at EHS Support Facility
7/7/2021, Wednesday, 9:00-11:30AM, zoom-class, exam at EHS Support Facility
To prepare for Radiation Worker Training - Part II:
PIs seeking authorization to use radioactive material must complete this training, included in the latter part of the instructor-led Radiation Worker Training - Part II.
This Skillsoft course covers radiation safety principles, and serves as a reminder on best practices and radiation safety processes and procedures.
Other Classroom Radiation Training
Contact EHS to arrange training in the following:
Initial two-part training, as well as annual refresher training, are required to achieve and maintain Radiation Worker certification. It is recommended, but not required, to take the initial two-part training sequentially. Part I and the refresher are accessed on Skillsoft.