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Human Performance for Nuclear Power Plant Engineers Spring 2019

Human Performance for Nuclear Power Plant Engineers Spring 2019

Spring 2019: Jan 14 - May 13.

All payments are non-refundable. Registrants must have received an email from an NPI representative approving the application and a PASSWORD prior to submitting registration and payment. If you have not received this password and an email approving your application, you will not be able to submit this registration form.

To apply to the NPI Training Certificate program, please read more at Certificate Programs.

This course is offered to students pursuing non-nuclear majors as a part of the Nuclear Power Engineering Technology Certificate program. The course is divided into six modules: Performance Fundamentals, the Organization & the Processes, the Individual Worker, the Engineer, Corrective Action Programs and Root Cause Analysis, and numerous Case Studies including TMI-2, Chernobyl, Davis-Besse and Fukushima-Diachi.

Covered objectives:

  • This course allows the student to understand the interrelationships associated with human performance and the role he/she plays in determining the workplace’s human performance culture. In the words of the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations “Goals to improve human performance should be developed to 1) anticipate and prevent active errors at the job site and 2) discover and eliminate process and cultural weaknesses in the organization. Managers and supervisors can improve job site performance by focusing on procedures, tools, equipment access, equipment condition, work environment, incentives, individual knowledge and skill, individual readiness, and motives to reduce the chances of error.”
Stock number:2107055 Price:$1,500.00

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