EUTERP workshops aim at discussing policy issues and the implementation of education and training in radiation protection, for all professionals dealing with ionizing radiation.
The workshops consist of presentations (oral and posters) that highlight the main thematic topics of the workshop, and a significant part of the programme is devoted to discussions within working groups. Participants will be expected to produce recommendations on education and training issues, to be addressed to relevant local, national and international stakeholders.
EUTERP Workshop during IRPA 2018
Encouraging Sustainability in Radiation Protection
Organised during the European IRPA 2018 conference.
4-8 June 2018, The Hague, The Netherlands
Webpage of the conference and workshop (website of the IRPA 2018 conference).
EUTERP Workshop 2015
Legislative change in Europe: the implications for training in radiation protection - rising to the challenge.
September 30 - October 2, 2015
Proceedings of the EUTERP workshop 2015.
15th European ALARA Network Workshop and 5th EUTERP Workshop
May 7-9, 2014
Hotel Lone, Rovinj, Croatia
Previous EAN and EUTERP workshops have noted the importance of delivering effective radiation protection education and training to workers and other stakeholders. Consequently, this joint EAN-EUTERP Workshop considers how education and training programmes can be delivered effectively, to improve radiation protection in practice and disseminate ALARA culture.
EUTERP Workshop 2011
Radiation protection training in Europe – the next steps
March 28-30, 2011
Atlantica Aeneas Resort & Spa, Ayia Napa, Cyprus
This EUTERP Workshop aims at bringing together all stakeholders in radiation protection training.
After the introduction of the new definitions on RPE, RPO and MPE in the recast of the BSS, this workshop will concentrate on the next steps to be taken on national and international level.
It will, amongst others, give an overview on the implementation of training programmes in the different member states, discuss multi-lateral arrangements that are recently set up, and will report on the state of the art of EUTERP and the ENETRAP project, and will learn from EFOMP about the experiences in MPE training.