Run intially in July 2013, this two day training course is aimed at supply chain vendors who need to better understand this essential standard within the context of the renaissance of UK nuclear power plant construction.
RCC-M is the French standard for the design and construction of pressurised equipment relating to the nuclear island of pressurised water reactor power plants.It has been upgraded several times since the issue of the first version of the standard in 1981, and at the end of 2007 RCC-M underwent a major upgrade.
The course has been developed with and will be delivered by Bureau Veritas (BV) part of the Skills Academy’s High Quality Provider Network. BV are experts in RCC-M both in the UK, France and other parts of the world.
Adrian Woodward, Head of Assurance, NIS Ltd who attended in July 2013 said;
“This was a very useful course which de-mystified RCC-M for me and put it into context relevant to nuclear related codes and standards we already work with”
Who will benefit?
Engineers, quality managers and/or other key personnel from companies that are currently supplying, or seeking to supply, the nuclear new build sector.
Date: 8th and 9th October 2013
Venue: EEF Woodland Grange, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 6RN
Cost: £1,000 plus VAT – Members
£1,500 plus VAT- Non-members
(the price is inclusive of tuition, materials, lunch and refreshments on both days)
Book now: Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis and priority will be given to Skills Academy Members. To reserve your place on this course please complete our online booking form which can be found by clicking HERE.
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