- Why get professional registration?
- What is the correct level for me?
- Chartered Radiation Protection Professional (CRadP)
- Incorporated Radiation Protection Professional (IRadP)
- Technical Radiation Protection Professional (TechRadP)
- Applying for Registration
- Top Tips
- Maintaining your registration
- The Radiation Protection Council
- Chartered Members
Why get professional registration?
Increasingly, Employers and Clients seek to ensure that those whom they engage are recognised in their profession. This gives them assurance that they are working with professionals who will provide sound advice and good judgment based on up-to-date knowledge and experience. They will also know that this person is committed to a professional code of conduct and is keeping up to date with developments. It assures them of quality, accountability and professionalism. Professional Registration will therefore improve your career prospects and employability.
Chartered Radiation Protection Professional (CRadP)
CRadP Registration is for those individuals who provide guidance, advice and/or generate Radiation Protection standards. They will have extensive knowledge and responsible professional experience in the field of Radiation Protection and allied fields. They may be experienced certificated advisers, leaders of professional health physics teams, experienced consultants, research leaders or other similar roles.
Incorporated Radiation Protection Professional (IRadP)
IRadP Registration is for those individuals who provide guidance on Radiation Protection measures and manage or advise on applications of current or developing technology in the field of Radiation Protection and allied fields. They may be recently certificated advisers, members of professional health physics teams, consultants, researchers, experienced supervisors of technicians/surveyors or other similar roles.
Technical Radiation Protection Professional (TechRadP)
TechRadP Registration is for those individuals who implement Radiation Protection measures and work in practical roles within the Radiation Protection industry. They will routinely apply established techniques and procedures to the solution of practical problems in Radiation Protection and allied fields. They may work in various diverse aspects of ionising and non-ionising Radiation Protection, and include health physics staff, X-ray and dosimetry technicians, laser and EMF safety officers.