New 2020 blog articles. News and views from Ionactive and the world of radiation protection.
Online radiation protection training by Ionactive - the first seven weeks
Published: Dec 22, 2020Read more
What we have learned in the first seven weeks since the opening of the online RPS training course on the 29th October 2020. Feedback has been excellent, and many delegates have taken the course, completed the test and now have their RPS training certificates. They also have ongoing access to the training platform for a full three years so will be able to view all the training course updates, new videos and other resource.
Online radiation protection training by Ionactive - progress & interactive quizzes
Published: Nov 02, 2020Read more
When you are not in a live "face to face" environment you may wonder how you are doing (since there are no other delegates around you). The Ionactive online training system provides easy to use quizzes throughout to demonstrate that you are making process.
Online radiation protection training by Ionactive - the audio and visual experience
Published: Oct 31, 2020Read more
The Ionactive online radiation protection training app is designed to deliver courses over a variety of platforms including PC / Mac desktops, various Pads / Tablets and smartphones. In this article we provide a few hints and tips to deliver the best audio and visual experience.
Online radiation protection training by Ionactive - navigating around the training app
Published: Oct 29, 2020Read more
The new online radiation protection service from Ionactive uses a bespoke, built from the ground training app. This is simple and intuitive - this blog article outlines the main features, where to find them and how to use them.
Better to delay and release the best online radiation training we can
Published: Aug 21, 2020Read more
Some thoughts from Ionactive on progress of our online radiation training application and courses.
Linear Accelerators, Cabinet X-ray Systems and a Gamma Knife
Published: Jun 17, 2020Read more
A blog entry for the week 8-12 June involving Linear Accelerators, Cabinet X-ray Systems and a Gamma Knife. Was so nice to be back on the road visiting clients!
Atoms are very special: they like certain particular partners, certain particular directions, and so on. It is the job of physics to analyze why each one wants what it wants.