Designed as a shared program with Lakeshore Technical College (LTC), classes may be offered in traditional classroom settings, online or using Interactive Television (ITV) to link instruction from both Blackhawk and LTC. In some cases, students may be asked to attend classes outside of their current district.
Check with a program advisor for more details or to view the full program sheet click here.
- Work safely within industrial and radiological hazard areas.
- Understand and communicate nuclear technology-related concepts effectively in both oral and written formats.
- Perform radiological surveys for radiation and radioactive contamination.
- Follow procedures for operating and maintaining systems and equipment at nuclear facilities.
- Participate in applying nuclear technologies to a variety of industrial, medical, and research processes.
- Apply knowledge in a variety of related occupational jobs such as reactor plant operations, maintenance, quality assurance, etc.
An optional online program track is designed for working adults in the Nuclear/Radiation Safety/Health Physics industry, which provides access to archived lectures. Most classes have prerequisites. Because the online program is intended for working adults, it is constructed without lab components; therefore, online students should work with their industry supervisor to identify suitable lab-based activities at their worksite.