Commercial Grade Dedication

March 09, 2020

This three-day course is designed to provide a better understanding of how Commercial Grade Dedication is applied in order to meet NQA-1 requirements. It is based on Revision 1 to EPRI NP-5652 and TR-102260 and covers important definitions, regulations/guidances, the commercial grade dedication process, CFSI, Part 21s, and practical exercises in commercial grade dedication.

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Nuclear Receipt Inspection

March 12, 2020

This two-day course covers all aspects of Nuclear Receipt Inspection, including codes and standards, an overview of commercial grade dedication, nuclear receipt inspection techniques, CFSI, non-conformity reporting, statistics and sampling techniques, and practical examples and exercises.

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NQA-1 Lead Auditor Training

March 24, 2020

Three-Day Course! This course is designed to provide an overview of Nuclear Lead Auditor requirements stated in 10 CFR 50 Appendix B and ASME NQA-1. This is provided through direct classroom instruction of Nuclear Lead Auditor requirements, shared experiences illustrated by instructors and nuclear industry examples, and history as it relates to becoming a Nuclear Lead Auditor.

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Understanding and Implementing ASME NQA-1

April 14, 2020

The overall objective of this three-day course is for students to gain a working knowledge of the ASME NQA-1 standard of Quality Assurance Requirements for Nuclear Facility Applications (QA). Participants are introduced to the history, structure, and content of NQA-1. The course looks at acceptable methods for implementing an effective NQA-1 within various regulatory environments. Special topics of interest to the nuclear industry are discussed and current practices examined. These include commercial grade dedication, software QA, and use of relevant sub-parts.

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Nuclear Safety Culture Course

April 17, 2020

This half-day class answers the questions, "What is Nuclear Safety Culture, and Why is it important?". The nuclear power industry is often confronted with unique challenges to overcome, but safety must always remain the overriding priority. Any company or utility involved in nuclear power understands that promoting safe practices is of utmost importance. A safety culture can be defined as “the core values and behaviors molded as an output of an organization's leaders and individuals collectively committing to the emphasis of safety over competing goals to ensure the protection of people and the environment”. Allow NTI the opportunity to educate your company on Nuclear Safety Culture and its importance, and how to foster its development within the organization.

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Equipment and Seismic Qualification

May 12, 2020

This three-day course provides a better understanding and hands-on application of equipment and seismic qualification requirements, methods of compliance, validation of results, and proper documentation techniques. Emphasis is on electrical equipment with successful equipment qualification program examples.

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