About The Course
Prepare yourself to take Part I, Part II, or both parts of the Certification Exam of the American Board of Health Physics (ABHP) or refresh your knowledge of health physics principles and practices through this 13-week intensive course. The course reviews fundamental concepts with an emphasis on problem solving skills and preparation for the ABHP exam. The course will include typical Part I and II problems integrated with the lesson material. Solutions and methods will be presented to provide insight into an appropriate examination response.
Who Should Attend
Individuals who have met the requirements for taking either part of the ABHP Certification Exam and for health physicists maintaining their ABHP continuing education requirements.
Approved for 40 hours ABHP CEC
What The Course Covers
Basic Physical Concepts and Necessary Mathematical Skills
Interaction of Radiation with Matter
Shielding and Activation
Biological Effects of Radiation
Internal and External Dosimetry
Airborne Radioactivity and Control
Measurement and Counting Statistics
Environmental Health Physics
Fuel Cycle and Transportation
Regulations and Standards
Reactor Health Physics
Online Course Delivery
$1,150 Registration fee
February 7, 2022
Note: There must be a minimum of 6 students enrolled in the course for the CCHPS to offer it.
What Our Students Say About the Course
4.6 / 5.0
"The most valuable aspect of the course were the seasoned well rounded instructors that brought life to the material. The overall course material was excellent. All aspects are valuable to our duties. The dry erase helped visualize the calculations."
"Previous experiences with the exam from the instructors really helped me understand the exam better. Practice problems worked during class periods also were very beneficial. Instructors were excellent and provided detailed insight into health physics practical knowledge and application!"
"[instructors] organized all past part 2 exam questions by year, topic, and frequency, allowing students to strategize their own approach to studying. Their incorporation of these questions into the classes based on what we learned was an effective way of us exercising the concepts while building our confidence with Part 2"...
"The classroom experience: accountability, instructor physically present, ability to ask questions in the moment. Being able to access the PowerPoint slides [is a] valuable resource. Having the instructor solve problems on the board allowed student brains to catch up with the instructor's"