National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) are work-related, competence-based qualifications. They reflect the knowledge and competence needed to carry out a job effectively and show that a candidate is competent in the area of work the NVQ represents.
We have industry specialist staff with up-to-date qualifications and experience. You will be a student of the Nuclear Skills Academy for the Southwest, withy a specialist assessment team. Accreditation for your specialist knowledge and training is given.
Additional costs: £2,300 per candidate plus visit cost, dependant on location (up to 5) £550 per visit.
Start dates throughout the year to suit your work situations.
For further information, please contact National College for Nuclear Southern Hub on 01278 655106.
WHO IS THE COURSE FOR
This NVQ is particularly useful if you are presently working in the radiological protection sector of the nuclear industry. No matter what industry training you have had, the NVQ 2 is the recognised qualification for work in these important roles.
WHAT DOES THIS COURSE INVOLVE?
Units of study:
- Respond to radiation incidents within ionising radiation environments
- Monitor radiation hazards within ionising radiation environments
- Monitor radiation conditions during work activities within ionising radiation environments
- Monitor people during radiation-related work activities within ionising radiation environments
- Monitor environmental conditions during radiation-related work activities within ionising radiation environments
- Test the functioning of radiation protection equipment within ionising radiation environments.
- Undertake radiation-related work activities within ionising radiation environments
- Record information on radiation protection within ionising radiation environments.
WHAT ARE THE ASSESSMENT METHODS
You will be assessed in a number of ways including, professional discussion, observation, use of witness testaments, job knowledge questions, and prior knowledge. Your performance will be assessed in the workplace by a suitably qualified assessor.
HOW LONG IS THE COURSE
The qualification is set for one year, but will ideally be completed in 6-9 months. This depends on your work load and time commitment.
WHAT ARE THE PROGRESSION METHODS
You could progress onto the Nuclear Radiation Protection NVQ Diploma (E-Portfolio) Level 3.