Radiation Safety & Health Physics Training Courses
PTP is the premier source for professional radiation safety training
Training and educating a highly-skilled workforce that can meet operational requirements in the areas of radiation safety and health physics is an essential part of protecting your workers, the public and the environment.
Since 1948, ORAU has instructed more than 30,000 scientists, physicians, engineers, educators, regulators and personnel in a variety of radiation safety and health physics courses through its Professional Training Programs (PTP). ORAU's PTP conducts a wide variety of health physics and radiation safety training courses, including our noteworthy, five-week Applied Health Physics course and multiple one-week offerings.
PTP now offers radiological sciences training courses available to complete online. These health physics courses are self-paced, interactive classes in a modular format that have been developed by the same team that provides the instructor-led training. They offer the same level of quality without requiring travel or attendance in a webinar. Enrollment in an online course will still include question and answer sessions with the PTP instructor-led team, similar to what you would experience in the classroom trainings.
PTP provides high quality, instructor-led health physicist courses at our facilities in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. These traditional classroom training courses offer face-to-face instruction and hands-on laboratory experiences to help students gain a greater understanding of radiation safety and health physics principles.
If you wish to discuss developing a customized radiation safety or health physics training course for delivery at your site, contact Tonya Bernhardt at 865.241.6620 or Tonya.Bernhardt@orau.org.
Why choose PTP online courses?
PTP online courses offer the same level of quality without requiring travel or attendance in a webinar. Enrollment in an online course still includes Q&A sessions with the PTP instructor-led team, similar to what you would experience in the classroom trainings.