So, I'm not going to try to reinvent the wheel here,and if the answer to my question is posted somewhere else and I didn't find it, please kindly direct me in the proper direction.
Now that the disclaimer is out of the way
I am a Chief that will be retiring in 2-4 years and am interested in getting a job in civilian nuclear power. I was wondering if it would be worth it to me to complete any courses/classes/training that I could take either by correspondence or online to either look more attractive to prospective employers or maybe knock down a future requirement. I'm of the opinion that any training is useful, but I would hate to spend time/money on a course that my prospective new employer is going to make me take again or say is useless.
A little info to clarify (maybe)
- 20+ years Active
- Nuke MMC/SS (non-ELT)
- BSAST from Thomas Edison
- EWS for 10+ years
- relocating back home to Texas (probablY)
- interested in NLO/instant SRO/Ops
P.S. for that last one, not locking myself in but thats what looks right for me.
Any help that you guys/gals can give (and I know you can) would be greatly appreciated