ANSWERS Training Courses - Programme

ANSWERS provides the following training courses:

Introductory Workshops for MONK, MCBEND, RANKERN and WIMS

These courses are aimed at providing the new or inexperienced user of the Codes with a broad understanding of the capabilities of the Code and hands-on experience of constructing input specifications. It is envisaged that these courses will be most appropriate for those with some analysis experience but little or no experience of using the Code. It is envisaged that those attending will be familiar with the basic physics concepts.

The course comprises a mixture of lectures and practical sessions, where opportunity will be given for constructing Code models for specified problems, checking the input specifications and performing full.

On completion of the course, those attending will be able to confidently use the code for a variety of applications, appreciate the facilities available for constructing more complex models and interpret the code output format.

Advanced Workshops for MONK, MCBEND, RANKERN and WIMS

These courses are aimed at providing the experienced use of the Codes with more understanding of the theoretical ideas behind the Codes and their implementation with the software. It is envisaged that the courses will be most appropriate for those with significant experience of MONK, MCBEND, RANKERN or WIMS who ideally have attended the introductory level course.

These courses are also considered suitable as a refresher course for those returning to the field. The courses comprise of a mixture of lectures, discussions and practical sessions.

Courses for Nuclear Engineers

We also offer a range of more general Nuclear Engineering courses. Click here for more information.

To book a place on any of our training courses please contact Lydia Ruddy:

T: 01305 253587
E: lydia.ruddy@amecfw.com


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