NRCan XRF Training Course

 

Our XRF Online Training Course will prepare you for safely handling XRF analyzers, emphasizing types of radiation, biological effects, and radiation detection. You will learn the fundamentals of utilizing an XRF analyzer to collect accurate data with an overview of common mistakes to avoid. The course will be coordinated with a primary point of contact, designated as the Course Administrator. The Course Administrator will ensure all applicants have the required application forms and prep materials and will also be responsible for scheduling the exam via. a single web camera within a zoom conference.

Upon completion of the Online NRCan XRF Training Course, an onsite Exam Administrator will administer a closed book exam remotely monitored by MFE Training personnel. The exam will include 30 multiple choice questions; you must have a score of 70% to pass the exam. You will receive your level 1 or 2 NRCan XRF Certification upon completion of this course.

All applicants will be responsible for reviewing the prep study booklet before the NRCan XRF Training Course. 

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Online Training Course Requirements

  • Web CameraOne Camera at the front of the training room
  • Zoom
  • Onsite Exam AdministratorCGSB Level 1 / XRF Level 1 Certified

 

Certification

  • Level 1 / 2 NRCan XRF Certification

 

Next Course Date: 
October 26th, 2022

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Training Course Outline

  1. Fundamental properties of matter
  2. Types of radiation
  3. Process of XRF
  4. XRF Analysers
  5. Sources of Error
  6. XRF Analyser Operation
  7. XRF Applications
  8. Interaction of radiation with matter
  9. Biological effects of radiation
  10. Radiation Detection
  11. Safe XRF work practices
  12. Applicable Canadian Standards Regarding XRF devices
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Training Cost

  • Per person – $350
  • 6 people (maximum) – $1,400

NRcan Application Fee

  • Level 1 – $195
  • Level 2 – $230

Training Course Outline

  1. Fundamental properties of matter
  2. Types of radiation
  3. Process of XRF
  4. XRF Analysers
  5. Sources of Error
  6. XRF Analyser Operation
  7. XRF Applications
  8. Interaction of radiation with matter
  9. Biological effects of radiation
  10. Radiation Detection
  11. Safe XRF work practices
  12. Applicable Canadian Standards Regarding XRF devices

Training Cost

  • Per person – $350
  • 6 people (maximum) – $1,400

NRcan Application Fee

  • Level 1 – $195
  • Level 2 – $230

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