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The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission's science and knowledge service which employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy.
This training is suitable for Event investigation experts from MS Nuclear Regulatory Bodies
This training is suitable for Young professionals in Nuclear Decommissioning &Waste Management
Topics treated during the theoretical part of the course are: Fundamentals and methods of metrology for ND&WM. Implementation of techniques with practical measurements: Gamma spectrometry for waste; Gamma measurement for clearance; Passive neutron counting; Destructive analysis for plant and waste characterisation. Validation of methods, inter-comparisons, standards, international networks
This training is suitable for Nuclear Safeguards Inspectors and Supporting Staff
The topics treated during the theoretical part of the course are: Presentation of different tanks and their calibration methods; acquisition and evaluation of data. Participants acquire skills necessary for inspection of nuclear facilities
This is a five-day course given annually by the JRC.GII.7 unit with DG ENER/IAEA at JRC Ispra and is delivered in English.
This training is suitable for EU MS data providers
Topics treated during the theoretical part of the course are: REM database Basics; New check tool; Exercises. The user will learn how to submit and validate data into the REM db.
This is a two-day course given annually by the JC.G.10 and DG ENER unit in JRC Ispra and is delivered in English.
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