Why spend travel dollars to attend and be away from the office to attend one of these sessions? Can’t I just self study or do a webcast?
Because this is simply the best continuing education move you will ever make at a reasonable price…
- Cross-cutting knowledge in one place
Because there is no centralized font of cross-cutting knowledge on nuclear facility and site decommissioning – in fact this information is scattered about among various locations and references in the industry. The training course serves to pull those resources together in one place, presented by seasoned presenters and staff to get the attendee ‘up to speed quickly’ on what each step in the process entails.
- Training as the key to success
It is interesting to note that when employees and management of the FORTUNE “Top 100 Best Companies to Work For” were asked the main reasons that they were an employer of choice, they replied - the opportunity to access training and other individual development opportunities - was one of the key factors that kept them (and their firms) competitive and prosperous.
- Effective approach to decommissioning for both the licensee and the D&D service provider
The person in charge of a Decommissioning project within a Company or Organization has the responsibility of keeping her/his knowledge of the process current and effective. So does the service provider which needs to know what decommissioning actually entails and being competent in offering all aspects of D&D services to licensees as well.
Attending the Argonne Decommissiong Training Course will help you - the responsible licensee and/or the D&D service provider – in:
- Understanding what the credentials should be to overview a decommissioning project;
- Quickly picking out and tackling the fundamental aspects of the decommissioning process, reducing to zero the time lost chasing irrelevant details for the job; and
- Building a set of long-lasting job skills translating in harvesting returns from your initial investment for the Training Course across many future decommissioning projects.
- A unique opportunity to learn, share and network
The education provided - plus the networking opportunities - are unlikely to be found at any other training course.
- Learn from the best in the field
Our TC staff are recognized as some of the best in the industry with a deep understanding of the do’s and do not’s in the process.
- Excellent value for buck
Top-notch training from industry leaders at a reasonable and affordable price - what’s not to like? Why settle for a second rate experience?
- Get information you can put to work right away
Throughout each day subject after subject give attendees ideas of things to do or to investigate further after they get back to their offices.
- Advance Your Career
This is your chance to further enhance your knowledge, open opportunities for new career moves, be taught by the cream of the crop, challenge yourself, and become part of an elite group of trained staff. Come prepared to learn; we will come prepared to teach.
- Broaden your views
Being away from the office gives you the time to ‘sharpen your saw’ for future career endeavors.
- Connect with your peers
The interaction opportunities with colleagues working for other companies/organizations; hearing other experiences, face-to-face networking with other professionals are all a valuable part of a live training session. See examples of the feedback we receive.
In addition, where possible, site visits to project sites will augment and further enhance the training process.
- Valuable Knowledge Transfer
Of course, you could surf the Web to look for the same type of information. However - you could easily consume several weeks or more and certainly you won’t collect as many key insights as you’ll gain in a focussed, intense four-day training course lead by subject matter experts who have “been there and done that”. Reading random articles from industry publications and attending technical meetings or from various random and blind search queries doesn’t offer you anywhere near the same learning effect as a planned progression of lessons (and eventually site visits) granting the right importance and weight to different aspects of decommissioning.
That’s why it’s best to soak up this opportunity for all its worth!