Business & Technology

Radiation Safety

What Do Our Students Learn?

  • Provide contamination and radiation exposure control
  • Conduct sampling, monitoring, surveying, and evaluating to identify potential occupational health hazards caused by exposure
  • Use industry safe principals, concepts, and practices
  • Maintain detailed records of sampling activities
  • Handle and use a variety of monitoring, sampling, and analytical equipment

WHY CEI's Rad Safety Program?

  • Lowest Cost in Idaho / High Wages
  • Only Radiation Safety program in Idaho
  • 12:1 student-to-teacher ratio
  • 6-week summer internship at INL and other nuclear sites
  • Experienced, qualified Instructors

How Long Will it Take?

12 month total includes:

  • 2 full-time semesters in the professional program
  • 1 summer internship

Where Are Our Graduates Working?

  • US nuclear commercial power plants
  • US Department of Labor site
  • Mixed waste facilities
  • Nuclear contractors
  • Environmental treatment companies
  • Private companies in the oil and gas industry

How Many of Our Students Are Working?


(Average positive placement for graduates over the past 5 years)

How Much Do Our Graduates Make?

Over the last five years, our graduates started out averaging $40,560 to $68,640 a year.  (Based on a 2080 hour work year, wage information is given within the first year of employment.)

Gainful Employment Disclosures


Program Manager

John Detwiler

Division Manager

Leslie Jernberg

Admissions Counselor

Josh Peterson
(208) 535-5382


College of Eastern Idaho, 208.524.3000, 1600 S 25th E, Idaho Falls, ID 83404

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