Health Professions Division

Radiation Safety

What Do Our Students Learn?

  • Provide contamination and radiation exposure control
  • Conduct sampling, monitoring, surveying, and evaluating to identify potential occupational health hazards caused by exposure
  • Use industry safe principals, concepts, and practices
  • Maintain detailed records of sampling activities
  • Handle and use a variety of monitoring, sampling, and analytical equipment

WHY CEI's Rad Safety Program?

  • Lowest Cost in Idaho / High Wages
  • Only Radiation Safety program in Idaho
  • 12:1 student-to-teacher ratio
  • 6-week summer internship at INL and other nuclear sites
  • Experienced, qualified Instructors

How Long Will it Take?

INTERMEDIATE TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE (ITC)
12 month total includes:

  • 2 full-time semesters in the professional program
  • 1 summer internship

How Much Will It Cost?

  • $129 per credit
  • $15 computer usage fee per semester
  • Approximately $950 on textbooks and instructional materials

Where Are Our Graduates Working?

  • US nuclear commercial power plants
  • US Department of Labor site
  • Mixed waste facilities
  • Nuclear contractors
  • Environmental treatment companies
  • Private companies in the oil and gas industry

How Many of Our Students Are Working?

94.16%

(Average positive placement for graduates over the past 5 years)

How Much Do Our Graduates Make?

Over the last five years, our graduates started out averaging $40,560 to $68,640 a year.  (Based on a 2080 hour work year, wage information is given within the first year of employment.)

 

 

Contact

Admissions Counselor  Health Professions

Katie Smith
(208) 535-5302
katie.smith@cei.edu

Administrative Assistant  Health Professions

Rebecca Killion
(208) 535-5437
rebecca.killion@cei.edu

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