The overall objectives of each course are to ensure participants:
are conversant with assessment objectives;
have a basic understanding of radionuclide transfer, dosimetry and radiation effects;
know how to use available tools;
can interpret the results;
understand the implications of how the tools are used.
|15-17 March 2017|
Radiological Protection of the Environment
Contact Cath Barnett
Pretoria, South Africa
This five day course was attended by ~40 representatives from organisations such as national regulators, the uranium mining industry and consultants. The course was an adaptation of those we have run in the UK with the practical exercises especially being focused to more local interests.
Radiological Protection of the Environment: UK Environment Agency Course
Presentations (click to download and open .pps files; press esc to close)
|September 2014||ICRER 2014, Barcelona|
STAR in partnership with COMET and the ALLIANCE ran two short sessions at the International Conference on Radioecology and Environmental Radioactivity in Barcelona. These were attended by 30-50 scientists. Presentations can be accessed below.
|1-3rd April 2014||CEH Lancaster, UK||n/a|
|27th-29th June 2012||CEH Lancaster, UK|
|21st-28th March 2012||Melbourne & Perth, Australia||These two, 2.5 day courses were attended by 17/18 representatives from organisations such as national and state regulators, the uranium mining industry and consultants. The course were an adaptation of those we have run in the UK, with especially the practical exercises, being focused to more local interests||n/a|
|12th-14th October 2011||CEH Lancaster, UK||Here are the introductory notes to topics covered during course, and also available here is the feedback from participants and course presentations||n/a|
|24th-26th November 2010||CEH Lancaster, UK||See here for presentations, practical exercises and feedback from participants||n/a|
27th-28th April 2010
CEH Lancaster, UK
See here for: presentations, practical exercises and feedback from participants