ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board
Free Webcasts:
The Top 10 Nonconformities in an ISO/IEC 17025 Laboratory
Presented by Kelly Feist, Hosted by ANAB. 11 minutes.

The Top 10 Nonconformities in an ISO/IEC 17025 Forensic Laboratory
Presented by Pat Bencivenga, Hosted by ANAB. 9 minutes.

Introduction to ISO/IEC 17020 Accredited Inspection
Presented by Natalia Larrimer, Hosted by ANAB. 16 minutes.

The DOs and DON'Ts of an Internal Audit and Management Review
Presented by Evan Doughty, Hosted by ANAB. 14 minutes.

American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
These e-Learning courses are free and provided as a public service by American National Standards Institute (ANSI)

Short Course: Through History with Standards
Throughout its nearly 90-year history, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has maintained as its primary goal the enhancement of global competitiveness of U.S. business and the American quality of life by promoting and facilitating voluntary consensus standards and conformity assessment systems and promoting their integrity. But standards existed long before ANSI was formed. Let's take a quick look across several centuries to see how standards - and their impact on commerce and society - have evolved.

An Introduction to Standards: Why, where and how are they developed?
 This course will provide a brief overview of standards, defining types as well as key definitions and terms. The course will then describe ANSI’s role in the standardization process. Lastly, the process by which ANSI participates in the international standardization arena will be covered, along with an overview of regional and international organizations.

U.S. Standards System – Today and Tomorrow

This course is the next step in learning about standards and standards development; it builds on the introductory course, Why Standards Matter. You will receive an overview of the U.S. standards development environment, including the American National Standards (ANS) process. The course will inform you about the value of participating in standards development and reviews the key questions to ask before development is initiated. It also offers examples of the various types of standards and explains how standards development relates to national and international business. Each lesson includes a set of self-assessment questions leading up to a final exam at the end of the course. The entire program should take approximately one and one half hours to complete.

Short Course: Legal Issues in Standard-Setting

This course will outline how U.S. antitrust laws may apply to the standards development process. You will be provided with a brief background on the laws and some basic guidelines on what can be done, and what should be avoided, at standards meetings. You will also receive information regarding the policies that guide a standard-setting committee when it wants to include patented technology or material as part of the standard.

U.S. Delegates to International Activities: Roles and Responsibilities
This course will provide an overview of the standards landscape and explains ANSI’s role in U.S. and international standardization. The course includes benefits of standards to U.S. organizations as well as the U.S. overall., the duties and responsibilities of U.S. delegates and tools and tips for being more effective at international meetings.
California Department of Food And Agriculture: Division Of Measurement Standards, Training Modules
The Division of Measurement Standards has developed training consisting of 14 modules which will provide a uniform base of knowledge for the weights and measures professional. These modules can either be viewed by Adobe Acrobat or Microsoft Powerpoint viewer.
COOMET eLearning 
by Euro-Asian Cooperation of National Metrological Institutions
Online course on ISO/IEC 17025:2005: 
General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories
This European Standard was approved by CEN and CENELEC on 15 March 2005. CEN and CENELEC
members are the national standards bodies and national electrotechnical committees, respectively, of
Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,
Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland,
Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom. ISO/IEC 17025 exists
in three official versions (English, French, German).

This online course [current version is still beta] covers the main two articles of ISO/IEC 17025:
Lesson 1: Article 4 "Management Requirements"
Lesson 2: Article 5 "Technical Requirements"
Fluke Calibration
Fluke Calibration’s free, on-demand web seminars cover a wide range of metrology and calibration topics. In addition to on-demand web seminars, Fluke Calibration offers various live web seminars including interactive question and answer sessions. View the upcoming schedule of live web seminars to learn what's coming up. And to be notified when new live web seminars are scheduled, sign up for our web seminar alerts today. Download Upcoming Web Seminar Schedule
Online Courses offered free of Charge by Hexagon Metrology
Hexagon Metrology's self-paced online interactive metrology classes concentrate on supplemental metrology skills development, and are intended as a complement to classroom training. Our online offering has coursework ranging from math for metrology to specific instruction on hardware operation and software programming. Hexagon Metrology U's exclusive online course offerings are self-paced interactive classes on fundamental, basic and intermediate metrology concepts. 
Keysight Technologies, Calibration Video Series
The Keysight Services videos highlight how calibration meets technical and business goals. On the technical side that means accurate measurement results. On the business side, it means lower cost of ownership. Download the videos by clicking on the MP4 link and choosing the 'save as' option. A video player and MP4/H.256 codec is required to play the files. These videos may also be watched online by using the YouTube Link Provided.
Measurement Explained
Provided as free e-courses by National Physical Laboratory (NPL), United Kingdom
'Measurement Explained' is a new series of text-based units that introduce basic measurement principles across the measurement sciences. These online open units are available free of charge, and stand as ideal precursors to our more extensive certified e-Learning Courses. The universe of measurement just got simpler, and is now available to you whenever you want, wherever you like, for free.

Measurement Fundamentals Explained
This is the first online open unit from NPL's 'Measurement Explained' series. This unit introduces Metrology, the science of measurement, along with some basic metrology concepts. It covers topics such as 'accuracy', 'precision', 'calibration', 'traceability', but also outlines the International System of Units and the realization of the SI Base Units.

Measurement Uncertainty Explained
This is the second online open unit from NPL's 'Measurement Explained' series. It introduces the basics of measurement uncertainty, along with some underpinning concepts such as 'error', 'standard deviation' and 'probability distributions'. Additionally, this unit gives an overall perspective on its importance to measurement practice and explores the eight main steps to evaluating uncertainty.

Dimensional Measurement courses
To ensure efficient processes, quality products and customer satisfaction, NPL Training has designed a series of e-learning and blended learning courses that cultivate good measurement practice. The aim is to improve manufacturing and testing processes, reducing products' variation, and enabling early identification of defects. Improve Quality Assurance & Quality Control, through good measurement practice, and select one of our Dimensional courses.

Geometrical Product Specification Explained

This online open unit introduces dimensional measurement, geometrical tolerancing, tolerance types, and covers relevant considerations when designing and/or interpreting an engineering drawing.

Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM)
The Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM) e-Learning course has been designed to provide an introduction to NORM, the industries where it might be encountered, how it can be measured and how the NORM industry is regulated. A basic grounding in physics or chemistry is assumed.
Learning objectives:
  • Understand the concepts of radioactive decay and decay series, the natural occurrence of radioactivity and radiation dose
  • Understand the range of measurement devices available and the basic physics of radiation detection
  • Understand the processes of sampling and of evaluating the uncertainty on a measurement
  • Gain an appreciation of where NORM can arise in industrial situations and the activity levels likely to be encountered
  • Understand the recommendations of the ICRP and the requirements of the IAEA regarding NORM
Mitutoyo On-Demand Education
The Mitutoyo America On-Demand education portal, is your free and anytime online access to dimensional metrology educational materials. All content is open and available; however registration and login is required  for access to the Metrology Handbook.

This resource is being offered by the Mitutoyo Institute of Metrology and we would appreciate any feedback or concerns. We can be contacted via email at, via phone at 888-MITUTOYO or 630-723-3620, or visit the Education home page.
NPTEL: A Project funded by MHRD, Government of India
Mechanical Measurements and Metrology: Video Lecture Series
NPTEL is an acronym for National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning which is an initiative by seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Roorkee) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) for creating course contents in engineering and science. NPTEL as a project originated from many deliberations between IITs, Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) during the years 1999-2003. A proposal was jointly put forward by five IITs (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur and Madras) and IISc for creating contents for 100 courses as web based supplements and 100 complete video courses, for forty hours of duration per course. Web supplements were expected to cover materials that could be delivered in approximately forty hours. Five engineering branches (Civil, Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics and Communication and Mechanical) and core science programmes that all engineering students are required to take in their undergraduate engineering programme in India were chosen initially. Contents for the NPTEL courses were based on the model curriculum suggested by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and the syllabi of major affiliating Universities in India.
International Organization of Legal Metrology(OIML) E-Learning Programme on Legal Metrology
The e-Learning program is available online via the International Organization of Legal Metrology (OIML) website, and provides a significant tool to the ACP countries to enhance knowledge on Metrology as an essential element of Quality Infrastructure (QI). It is envisioned that this tool will contribute to Ql’s overarching objectives of facilitating trade, protecting consumers and promoting fair competition for transformative growth and as an important driver for economic development, industrialization and poverty reduction. The participants of the E-Learning programme will receive a Certificate of Attendance for each module successfully completed and a Certificate for Completion upon successful completion of the Final Test. The project resulted in the development of an online e-Learning programme which consists of two standalone courses. Each course can be taken in any sequence. For both courses there is no prior training required however for the course 2 it is recommended the completion of the first course; the final test will cover the topics of both courses.
    Course Level 1 - "Introduction to Metrology as an Element of Quality Infrastructure"
      Module 1 - The Science of Measurement
      Module 2 - Measurement of uncertainties and measurement errors
      Module 3 – ACP dimension - Establishing the needs for legal, industrial and scientific metrology (National Quality Infrastructure)
    Course Level 2 – "Legal Metrology in detail"
      Module 4 - Basic concepts of Legal Metrology
      Module 5 - Legal Metrology in a Nutshell – What has to be regulated?
      Module 6 - Examples of regulation of metrology from European and other countries
      Module 7 - Metrology and Trade
      Module 8 – Metrology and Statistics
      Module 9 - OIML Certificate System and engagement with the OIML and RLMOs
      Module 10 – Control of measurements
Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation, Inc. (PJLA)
PJLA is now offering free webinars on various topics in relation to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 for both testing and calibration laboratories. These are for all interested parties including: laboratories seeking accreditation, accredited laboratories, assessors and consultants.
QIMTonline Metrology Course
Have two short metrology courses that are free
These courses are complete with a "Certificate of Achievement" issued upon successful 
completion of the self-tests and a passing grade on the final test.

The two free metrology courses available:
Introduction to International Metrology
This course is a very good course for those new to the international metrology cooperative structure. 
If terms like BIPM, CGPM, and ILAC are not familiar to you, this course is where you should start.

Measurements Overview: Introduction
This mini-course is the introductory course for the QIMT1200 "Measurements Overview" series of courses.
Take this course to see our latest course layout and delivery system. It includes video, audio, 
illustrations, and pictures.