The Radiation and Environmental Monitoring Technician program prepares northern students for employment as entry-level radiation and environmental technicians in uranium mining operations in northern Saskatchewan.
The program is an academic partnership between Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Northlands College, and is offered by Northlands College in La Ronge, Saskatchewan.
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates receive a certificate from Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
This program is delivered in response to industry demand. A start date is announced once delivery is confirmed.
*Previous Saskatchewan mathematics and science requirements also accepted:
Not applicable at this time
Application must be made directly to Northlands College. Call Northlands toll free at 1-888-311-1185.
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