On training slots and fees
1. Can I reserve a slot for the training?
No. Interested applicants must apply for a training course. Applications are reviewed and evaluated, and successful applicants will be notified if they are accepted into the course.
2. How will I know if my training slot is guaranteed?
Training slots are guaranteed once payment has been made.
3. Can the training fee be refunded if I will not be able to attend the training?
Yes, however, the process will take at least 6 months to complete.
4. Is the training fee transferable?
Yes, training fee is transferable ONLY for participation of another person who (a) is in the same company as the original particiant, (b) applied for the same course as the original participant, and (c) has a profile that matches the requirement for the training course.
5. Can I use the training fee on another training course?
No, the payment is exclusive for the training course applied for. It cannot be transferred for a different training course.
6. Can I use the training fee on another date of the same training course?
If you missed the training course due to an illness or other unforeseen events that are beyond control, the training fee you paid for can be used for another date of the same training course.
7. Is there a discount for students and persons with disability (PWD)?
No, there is none.
On course application, schedule, and credits
1. Why is my application rejected/not accepted?
Here are some possible reasons as to why your application was rejected: (a) your profile did not match the requirement for the training; (b) you did not submit all the training requirements; (c) all slots have been filled. Most training courses can only accommodate a maximum of 30 participants at a time.
2. Can I cancel my application?
3. Why is the course cancelled?
The Nuclear Training Center reserves the right to cancel courses that do not meet the minimum number of ten (10) participants. When this happens, you will receive an email notification from the course coordinator. In most cases, the course will be rescheduled until the minimum number of participants is reached.
4. Do you conduct trainings onsite/in-house?
Upon request of a government or private agency/institution/company or professional organizations who are complying with the training requirements of the regulatory body, the PNRI-Nuclear Training Center conducts requested trainings onsite/in house or via online or blended approaches subject to agreed terms and conditions including payment of appropriate fees.
5. How do we request for a training course onsite/in-house?
6. Can I earn continuing professional development (CPD) credit units from your training courses?
The PNRI Nuclear Training Center is an accredited CPD provider. However, not all of the training courses offered are CPD accredited as these are subject to approval of the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). Get in touch with the course coordinating team to verify CPD credit units.