[Outline of course]
This course gives physical and chemical knowledge and measurement techniques for radiation administration of radioisotopes and radiation generators.
[Purpose of course]
A student trying to be a Radiation Protection Supervisor will be able to acquire expertise in radiation administration and surveying slills.
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1) be equipped with expertise in radiation administration and surveying slills, and
2) understand the role of a Radiation Protection Supervisor.
Radiation Hazard Prevention Act, Radiation Protection Supervisor, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, Measurement Techniques
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
The instructor gives a lecture and exercises every class.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Overview（HAYASHIZAKI）||Radiation administration and the role of Radiation Protection Supervisor|
|Class 2||Physical knowledge on radiation administration I（KATABUCHI）||Exercises (From Examinations for Radiation Protection Supervisor of 1st Class etc.)|
|Class 3||Physical knowledge on radiation administration II（KATABUCHI）||Same as the above|
|Class 4||Physical knowledge on radiation administration III（KATABUCHI）||Same as the above|
|Class 5||Chemical knowledge on radiation administration I（TAKAO）||Same as the above|
|Class 6||Chemical knowledge on radiation administration II（TAKAO）||Same as the above|
|Class 7||Chemical knowledge on radiation administration III（TAKAO）||Same as the above|
|Class 8||Measurement Techniques（HAYASHIZAKI）||Same as the above|
"Introduction of radiation" Ed. by Tokushi Shibata, Tsusho Sangyo Kenkyusha, ISBN 978-4-86045-099-1
"Exercise books for Radiation Protection Supervisor of 1st Class" Tsusho Sangyo Kenkyusha, ISBN 978-4-86045-095-3
Exercises assigned by 3 instructors