Columbia Basin Community College Debuts Q-Track Dosimulation System


Columbia Basin Community College unveils state-of-the-art radiation simulator for Nuclear Technology Program (nbcrightnow.com).

Columbia Basin Community College unveils state-of-the-art radiation simulator for Nuclear Technology Program (nbcrightnow.com).

The Nuclear Program at Columbia Basin College debuted their Q-Track Dosimulation™ radiation training system earlier this month. “The simulator is incredible to our program,” said Dawn Alford, the Director of the Nuclear Program. “We’ve been wanting this for the last 5 years and through the generous donation of Washington River Protection Solutions, it’s going to provide the top notch training for our students.”

For more information, see: http://www.nbcrightnow.com/story/31382614/columbia-basin-community-college-unveils-state-of-the-art-radiation-simulator-for-nuclear-technology-program

Columbia Basin Community College joins Aiken Technical College, and Spartanburg Community College and dozens of nuclear power plants all of whom use Q-Track’s Dosimulation™ radiation training products to keep radiation exposure As Low As Reasonably Achievable (ALARA).