In today’s competitive marketplace, it’s more important than ever to provide training for your staff
Our practical, lab-specific courses will support your staff training and provide confidence in your results. Whether we run training specifically for your lab or you’re part of a public session, we can help you achieve your goals.
For a list of all our current and upcoming courses download our Training workshop brochure
Measurement Uncertainty made simple
Our Measurement Uncertainty (MU) online workshops is one of our most popular events. We ensure courses are highly interactive and constructive by keeping the group numbers small. Since participants work on examples from their own lab, they obtain immediate and practical benefits.
Participants learn how to evaluate the effects of various sources of MU to determine an appropriate calibration strategy. These principles can also be extended to different analytical techniques.
In addition, our trainer will follow up with participants after the course to discuss any issues they may have encountered in the lab. Participants find this useful opportunity to ask further questions to be highly valuable.
Book your spot for the workshop on 2 December
If you have any questions about this workshop email email@example.com or phone Maree on 0411 540 709 for an obligation-free discussion. Need more info right now? Download the Measurement Uncertainty made simple flyer
Risky Business – Risk Management for Labs
What kind of risks do you face in your laboratory?
Risk isn’t just about toxic chemicals leaking or things exploding – although in some labs, that’s clearly a consideration! However, a comprehensive risk management system is essential to ensure quality of testing. It also protects the integrity of data, ensures data security, and reduces the possibility of financial loss due to unforeseen circumstances.
In this workshop, you’ll learn about risk management and its place in accreditation and certification management system standards.
You’ll be guided in creating, and implementing a risk management strategy to support your organisation’s goals and ensure risk minimisation. You’ll become competent in confidently identifying, evaluating and managing risk, while applying a risk management process and ensuring that your risk management strategy is aligned with your lab’s strategy. This will ensure you increase productivity and manage your laboratory better and smarter while continuing to comply with accreditation and certification criteria.
Without a Trace
Do you need a clear plan to achieve traceability in your laboratory and meet NATA’s requirements for metrological traceability? Refresh your knowledge of traceability and develop appropriate strategies for ensuring the traceability of test results with this workshop. Lab staff will learn to evaluate the traceability of calibrations and reference materials and respond to NATA’s requirements.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about this workshop and dates for the next session.
Need more info right now? Download the Without a trace flyer
Internal Audits are an important part of management systems. So we developed our unique training model which means that participants spend less time listening and more time doing.
We’ll train you to carry out an internal audit using one of your organisation’s processes as an example. You’ll learn internal audit techniques, communication strategies and handy tips for writing up audit notes.
When run as an in-house course, we’ll train staff using your processes in your facility saving you time and money! In addition, managers will learn how to effectively schedule audits using a risk-based approach.
Book your spot for the session on 18 November.
If you have any questions about this workshop email email@example.com or phone Maree on 0411 540 709 for an obligation-free discussion. Need more info right now? Download the Internal audits flyer
Understanding ISO 9001
The ISO 9001 standard is one of the most widely used for quality management systems. Organisations can use this to demonstrate their ability to consistently deliver products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.
ISO 9001 contains criteria for a good quality management system. Any organisation can use it, regardless of the size or field of activity.
This standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation of top management, and continual improvement. Using ISO 9001 helps ensure that customers get consistent, good-quality products and services. It also allows for the control of processes to ensure best practice outcomes.
Book into the session on 25 November.
If you have any questions about this workshop email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Maree on 0411 540 709 for an obligation-free discussion. Need more info right now? Download our Understanding ISO 9001 flyer
Measurement Uncertainty online
If you want to learn at your own pace, try our online Measurement Uncertainty course option. Click on the link below to read more about this course.Measurement Uncertainty online course »