National Centre for Radiation Protection Courses


The National Centre for Radiation Protection (Dutch abbreviation NCSV) is the radiation protection knowledge centre of Delft University of Technology. The centre is part of the Reactor Instituut Delft, that shares the building with the scientific department Radiation Science and Technology (RST) within the faculty of Applied Sciences, the largest knowledge institute in the field of radiation and radioactivity in the Netherlands. The NCSV comprises the Education departement, with training centres in the Reactor Instituut Delft and on university campus De Uithof in Utrecht, and the TU Delft Radiation Protection Service (Dutch abbreviation SBD). We offer education and training, advice and consultancy in radiation protection, both as (academic) education for students and as training courses for companies and the government.  


As an institute acknowledged by the Dutch government, we organise courses health physics (radiation protection) on all different expert levels mentioned in the regulation Uitvoeringsregeling Stralingsbescherming EZ, with exception of the specific medical courses. The courses are organised for a variety of target audiences and previous education levels, both in Dutch and English, so there is always a suitable course for you or your employees. Additional to the basic health physics courses, we organise serveral refresher courses for the radiation protection expert. Together with the NCSV experts, you can also design a tailor made course for your company, in which specific radiation protection issues can be discussed. 

On this website you can find all NCSV courses and the contact information of both locations. 

Name author: Catalina Peeters
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