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Training of Diploma students in Management of Radiation Protection Processes.

Publié le 
22/10/2021

INSTN provides a new module in radiation protection to students of the Technical Professional Diploma in Management of Processes, to promote their employability, in particular in the Gard department of France.


Students of the Technical Professional Diploma (French BTS) ‘Management of Processes’ of Sainte-Marie de Bagnols High School, in the Gard department of France, in addition to learning about nuclear physics, safety and decommissioning during their lessons, have, since this year, also taken a practical module on radiation protection, delivered by INSTN on our premises.


With 600m2 of practical classrooms, INSTN’s mock up training facilities (chantiers écoles), and our trainers, INSTN provided them with the expertise and interpersonal skills essential for working in a confined nuclear environment.


To meet the demands of employers, the module was designed by combining compulsory training courses such as Level 1 Risk Prevention (French PR1) for working on a nuclear site. This enables young graduates to become immediately operational in the nuclear industry, initially during their work-study programme, and then when they enter the job market.
"The sector needs operators, but there are too few of them on the market. Such an initiative, even if it is far from meeting the need, is an important step ", underlines Florent Lemont, Head of INSTN’s Teaching Unit in Marcoule, where the training is provided.

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