TECHNICAL TRAINING FOR RADIONUCLIDE STATION OPERATORS USING CINDERELLA EQUIPMENT
22 -25 October 2018
The working language will be English
POINT OF CONTACT
Mr Kevin Murray
Training Assistant, IDC/CBT
CTBTO Preparatory Commission
Vienna International Centre
1400 Vienna, Austria
Tel.:+43 1 26030 6327
Fax:+43 1 26030 5973
To enhance and develop station operator's knowledge and skills regarding the operational and maintenance aspects of radionuclide stations using Cinderella system.
- Daily station operations and reporting, including: station operational checks, messaging and alerting, filter handling, status checks and management, data access procedures, sending, authentication and security.
- Periodic station operations, including: detector calibration, general understanding of gamma spectrometry detection system, taking background measurements and blank filter measurements, and data backup procedures.
- Introduction into station operations and overview of the Station Specific Operator's Manual (SSOM).
- Required reports and reporting and use of IMS Reporting System (IRS) for communication with PTS.
- Station equipment maintenance schedule, recording and reporting Data availability and downtime and the effect of various equipment failures on data availability.
- Station management and administrative procedures.
Station operators of IMS radionuclide stations using Cinderella equipment directly concerned with the operation, maintenance and repair of such equipment.
Invited States Signatories should nominate participant(s) who are station operators involved in the operation and maintenance of the following stations:
Applicants are encouraged to complete the following e-learning modules:
APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE
Nominations together with the registration forms should be submitted only though established official channels (Permanent Mission to the Preparatory Commission for the CTBTO or Ministry of Foreign Affairs) to the PTS point of contact above, no later than 27 July 2018.
Applicants are requested to use the following registration form:
Initiates file downloadTT RN SO Cinderella Equipment
However, pending the official nomination, participants many email the registration upon its approval by a Director of the institution, to allow timely travel and accommodation arrangements to be made by the PTS.
In accordance with the Staff regulations and rules and Administrative Directives, the PTS will provide a Daily Subsistence Allowance (DSA) and financial support to cover travel costs.
- A DSA that is sufficient to cover related expenses during the training programme;
- The PTS travel agent will reserve, issue and send the flight tickets to the participants for the most direct and economic route;
- Funded participants are not allowed to purchase their own tickets unless, under exceptional circumstances, be authorized to do so and only if this proves to be most cost efficient for the PTS;
- The PTS will book a hotel and participants will receive their DSA upon arrival in Reykjavik; and
- Health insurance will be provided that covers the duration of the training.
OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION
Participants should apply for visas, if needed, at the corresponding consular office upon receipt of an Acceptance Note Verbale from the PTS, in order to ensure timely processing.
Access to relevant e-learning modules will be provided to participants in advance.
The Training Programme is open only for Station Operators from invited countries.