RadoNorm’s 1st trainings course in 2022 finished!

written by RadoNorm
16. Apr 2022
Categories: Courses

The two-weeks training course on ”Naturally occurring radionuclides – when and why its presence is considered in terms of radiation protection” organised by Silesian Centre for Environmental Radioactivity is already finished. After two weeks of exhaustive classes 15 trainees among 17 registered passed all exercises and tests, eventually. The second test is available HERE  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeuRadlcBRhQS4hMfqU-RJbvowDBamrhLyEZgrKWKFxID3icw/viewform. You can check yourself again!

Training course evaluation done by participants is completed, average scores given to the overall training course quality as well as for lecturers individually are above 4.5 (in 1-5 scale) So, no one is perfect ….

However let trainees speak for themselves …..

“As I arrived late to the closing session I didn’t have the opportunity to say a few words, so I will do so in this space. I just wanted to thank the trainers and the RadoNorm staff for the opportunity to participate in this training, and specially congratulate Professor Bogusław for excellently conducting the course over the last 2 weeks. In general, the lectures and exercises were very interesting and of high quality and provided a very comprehensive learning about NORM and radon. I really learned a lot in these days and I am already trying to apply the new or more solidified knowledge to the technical guidelines I am developing.

Thank you and best wishes.”

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