The March 2022 CTCB-I Cleanroom Testing course delivered by the CCN was held at the Letchworth Hall Hotel. Letchworth Hall Hotel was a new venue for the CCN, and owing to its success; we will also be delivering the April 2022 course at the same venue.
The course was packed to capacity. There were both familiar faces who had come back to renew their accreditation and new faces for both the Professional and Associate courses. Some of our candidates came from as far afield as Lithuania!
The candidates were sent a copy of the CTCB-I course book, Cleanroom Testing and Monitoring, to prepare for the course. The Associate candidates attended a two-day course, the first day a revision day, with the exam on Day two. The Professional candidates attended for three days; the third day to be examined practically assess their competence to carry out the following tests:
- Determine the average air velocity and uniformity and the volume of air passing through a HEPA fan/filter unit by use of an anemometer. Candidates must also demonstrate measurement by use of the hood capture method.
- Demonstrate that they can operate a smoke generator and photometer to find leaks in a filter and filter gasket.
The following candidates successfully passed their Associate exams;
The Associate certificate is valid for 10 years.
The following successful new Professional candidates were;
Philip Morrison successfully renewed his Professional accreditation.
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