Programme of Courses

Introduction to MCBEND

Who Should Attend?New or inexperienced users of MCBEND.
ObjectivesThe course is aimed at providing the new or inexperienced user of the software with a broad understanding of the capabilities of MCBEND, covering a range of radiation transport scenarios and applications
Dates5th - 8th Feb & 1st - 4th Oct 2019 (4 Days)
Fees (Non Residential) £2,160 Excl. VAT

Advanced MCBEND

Who Should Attend?For those with significant experience of MCBEND and who ideally have attended the introductory MCBEND course.
ObjectivesThe course is aimed at providing the experienced user of MCBEND with more understanding of the theoretical ideas behind the code and their implementation within the software.
Dates12th - 14th Feb & 8th - 10th Oct 2019 (3 Days)
Fees (Non Residential) £1,810 Excl. VAT

Introduction to MONK

Who Should Attend?New or inexperienced users of MONK.
ObjectivesTo provide the new or inexperienced user of MONK for criticality purposes with a broad understanding of the capabilities of the code and hands-on experience of constructing input specifications.
Dates26th Feb - 1st Mar & 15th - 18th Oct 2019 (4 Days)
Fees (Non Residential) £2,160 Excl. VAT

Advanced MONK

Who Should Attend?For those with significant experience of MONK and who ideally have attended the introductory MONK course.
ObjectivesThe course is aimed at providing the experienced user of MONK with more understanding of the theoretical ideas behind the code and their implementation within the software.
Dates5th - 7th Mar & 22nd - 24th Oct 2019 (3 Days)
Fees (Non Residential) £1,810 Excl. VAT

MONK Application Masterclass

Who Should Attend?The course is heavily weighted towards the application of the code and is ideally suited to those who have already attended the Introduction to MONK course.
ObjectivesThe course is aimed at providing the experienced user of MONK with the choices and options available to the MONK modeller and how best to use the code for particular applications. There is scope for the applications focus of the course to be tailored to specific organisation requirements.
DatesTo be announced (3 Days)
Fees (Non Residential) £1,810 Excl. VAT

Introduction to WIMS

Who Should Attend?New or inexperienced users of WIMS.
ObjectivesThe course is aimed at providing the new or inexperienced user of WIMS with a broad understanding of the capabilities of the code and hands-on experience of constructing input specifications.
Dates11th - 15th Mar & 4th - 8th Nov 2019 (5 Days)
Fees (Non Residential) £2,735 Excl. VAT

SMR Whole Core Modelling using WIMS (New)

Who Should Attend?Experienced users of WIMS.
ObjectivesThe course is aimed at providing experienced users of WIMS with an understanding of the capabilities of the code for the whole core modelling of Small Modular Reactors. This includes development of the whole core model and simulation of the through life core behaviour, including coupled neutronic and thermal hydraulic feedback.
Dates12th - 14th Nov 2019 (3 Days)
Fees (Non Residential) £1,810 Excl. VAT

Advanced WIMS

Who Should Attend?For those with significant experience of WIMS and who ideally have attended the introductory WIMS course.
ObjectivesThe course is aimed at providing the experienced user of WIMS with more understanding of the theoretical ideas behind the code and their implementation within the software.
Dates19th - 22nd Mar & 19th - 22nd Nov 2019 (4 Days)
Fees (Non Residential) £2,160 Excl. VAT

Introduction to FEAT

Who Should Attend?New or inexperienced users of FEAT.
ObjectivesThe course is aimed at providing the inexperienced user of the software with a broad understanding of the capabilities of the code and to teach the efficient use of FEAT in the thermal, fluids and stress engineering areas.
Dates To be announced (4 Days)
Fees (Non Residential) £2,160 Excl. VAT

Introduction to RANKERN

Who Should Attend?New or inexperienced users of RANKERN
ObjectivesThe course is aimed at providing the inexperienced user of the software with a broad understanding of the capabilities of RANKERN (a 3D Point-Kernel computer program written for gamma-ray analysis).
DatesTo be announced (2.5 Days)
Fees (Non Residential) £1,810 Excl. VAT

Introduction to FISPIN

Who Should Attend?New or inexperienced users of FISPIN.
ObjectivesThe course is aimed at providing the inexperienced user of the software with a broad understanding of the capabilities of calculation of nuclide inventories.
DatesTo be announced (1.5 Days)
Fees (Non Residential) £1,395 Excl. VAT

To book a place on any of our training courses please download a booking form or contact Lydia Ruddy:

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


Thank you for letting us use cookies to improve your experience of this website. Please read our cookie statement for information on how we use cookies and how to restrict their use.