Elkridge, MD. January 15, 2008. Global performance improvement solutions provider General Physics Corporation (GP), the operating subsidiary of GP Strategies Corporation (NYSE: GPX), has released Revision 4 of GP’s Generic Fundamentals (GF) training materials. The GP GF training materials prepare nuclear plant operators to take the GF exam (GFE), which is administered by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) as part of its initial licensing process for United States (US) nuclear power plant operators. Revision 4 incorporates topics that were not included in previous versions of the GP GF training materials.
“At GP, we have applied our 40+ years of experience serving the nuclear industry to develop and improve training materials designed specifically to prepare license candidates for the NRC GFE. These materials help reactor operators and senior reactor operators earn the licenses they need to comply with NRC regulations,” says Jeff Klein, Vice President of GP. GP’s GF training materials are now used in over 60 nuclear power plant sites throughout the US.
GP Strategies, whose principal operating subsidiary is General Physics Corporation, is a NYSE-listed company (GPX). GP is a global provider of training, e-learning solutions, management consulting, and engineering services. Through its Sandy Corporation and Via Training divisions, GP provides custom sales training services. GP’s solutions improve the effectiveness of organizations by delivering innovative and superior training, consulting, and business improvement services customized to meet the specific needs of its clients. Clients include Fortune 500 companies, manufacturing, process and energy industries, and other commercial and government customers. Additional information about GP Strategies may be found at www.gpstrategies.com and about General Physics Corporation at www.gpworldwide.com.
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Scott N. Greenberg
Chief Executive Officer
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