NCSL International Training Calendar

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2/21/2019Internal Auditing Best Practices, WebinarThis 2 hour webinar will consider internal auditing techniques and best practices that are used by a metrology laboratory to comply with ISO/IEC 17025 criteria.

Learning Objectives:
During this webinar, using your notes and ISO/IEC 17025:2017 orNIST Handbook 143, you will:
  • IDENTIFY internal auditing criteria (Section 8.8) in ISO/IEC 17025:2005 & NIST Handbook 143;
  • IDENTIFY the steps of an audit cycle;
  • DESCRIBE the difference between a “desk audit,” “functional audit,” “technical audit,” and “management system audit”;
  • IDENTIFY template checklists and other tools that can be used to successfully document the audit process; and
  • APPLY best practices to conduct an effective internal management system audit within your laboratory.
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http://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2019/02/5568-internal-auditing-best-practices
2/21/2019Laboratory Accreditation - 2-day training event, Nicosia, Cyprus The Division of Quality Assurance of the Pancyprian Union of Chemists (PUC), in cooperation with Eurachem, is organising a two-day training course on the accreditation of laboratories. After a series of training activities on ISO/IEC 17025:2017, it was considered that some of its critical issues should be analysed in more detail, providing the opportunity for interaction with laboratory personnel . It was also realised that some of the issues were not new but had already been addressed in the latest version of ISO 15189, the accreditation standard for medical laboratories. This was the initiative for this two-day training programme. It is the first time these aspects are discussed in relation with the requirements of both laboratory accreditation standards. The correlation with both standards will certainly be useful, based on the presentations by experienced tutors from Eurachem and group exercises.

The scope of the training is to:
    • clarify new provisions of the standard ISO/IEC 17025:2017
    • analyse some of the critical issues introduced in/with ISO/IEC 17025:2017 in comparison with similar requirements of ISO 15189; this includes risk based thinking, decision rule, uncertainty from sampling, ensuring quality (reference materials, PT), measurement traceability
    • present other recent developments e.g. ISO 17034, EEE-PT documents and relevant Eurachem guides
    • underline what is new for laboratories and accreditation bodies
    • discuss on the experience of laboratories in various sectors, problems and solutions
    • discuss how laboratories can proceed efficiently to address the new needs.
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http://www.eurachem.org/index.php/events/calendar/icalrepeat.detail/2019/02/21/21/-/laboratory-accreditation-2-day-training-event
2/21/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Section 8.7 Corrective Actions, WebinarThis webinar will dissect the requirements specified in Section 8.7 of the 2017 Standard. The will include the evaluation of the cause or causes in association with corrective action and the verification of their effectiveness. The webinar will attempt to highlight how effective implementation of the corrective action process will decrease the likelihood of re-occurrence. More ⇒http://pjlabs.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=b3e336c51eabc25dc20cdd433&id=5f5819028e&e=115f62b85f
2/21/2019Characterization of Elastomers by Thermal Analysis, WebinarThermal analysis is an excellent method for the characterization of elastomers because their properties are strongly dependent on temperature. Elastomers can be stretched or compressed but return to their original dimensions or shape when the applied stress is released. The term elastomer is derived from the words elastic polymer and is often used interchangeably with the term rubber. At ambient temperatures, elastomers are relatively soft and deformable. Their main industrial uses are for seals, tires, engine mounts, and flexible molded parts.
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http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/thermal-analysis-of-elastomers.html
2/24/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Auditor Team Leader, Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, Dubai,U.A.E.Take responsibility for ISO/IEC 17025 laboratory accreditation. And take our ISO/IEC 17025 Auditor/Team Leader training course. Understand effective quality control and how to achieve certification in your testing or calibration lab. Get in-depth knowledge of the standard to lead your team towards ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation, and take on the role of auditor to maintain compliance. You will gain the confidence to build awareness of quality control that can help cut costs, save time and even reduce insurance premiums. And you will be recognized as the expert who can drive continual improvement through ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation and auditing.
Learning Objectives:
  • The requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 and how to meet them
  • Understand the laboratory accreditation process
  • How to plan, conduct and report on a lab audit
  • The team roles and responsibilities required by ISO/IEC 17025
  • How to continually improve quality control processes
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http://www.bsigroup.com/en-AE/Our-services/Training-courses/Laboratory-Accreditation-ISOIEC-17025-training/ISOIEC-17025-Auditor-Team-Leader-Course/
2/25/2019NCSL International Technical Exchange, Orlando, Florida
Three Days of Measurement Training Conducted by Experts in the Field of Metrology! February 25-27, 2019 in Orlando, Florida. The NCSL International Technical Exchange will build and enhance specific hands-on skills in the calibration of measurement and test equipment. This three-day training will also teach best practices along with introducing new and innovative calibration hardware, software and calibration services. Each training session is taught by measurement science experts from throughout the industry. 10% discount when registering 3 or more attendees from your company. Must call the NCSLI Business office at 303-440-3339 to register and receive discount. More ⇒
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http://www.ncsli.org/te
2/25/2019GD&T - symbols in a box, Bristol, ConnecticutGeometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) is define as communicating engineering tolerances. Our class presents GD&T and teaches you to understand those symbols on engineering drawings. Now is the time to understand what those symbols mean to the product you are manufacturing. Why make it wrong? Understand GD&T. More ⇒http://www.tunxis.edu/ce/credit-free-manufacturing-classes/
2/26/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - What's New or Different? Online TrainingThis course looks at the differences between ISO/IEC 17025:2005 and ISO/IEC 17025:2017. It covers the structure of the new standard, provides details on the new requirements, and changed requirements, and looks at the steps to transition to compliance with the new standard. This is a one-day course that is split over two half-days.

    After completing this course participants will be able to:
    • Describe the structure of the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 standard
    • Describe the changes in the approach to the revised standard
    • Interpret the new or changed requirements as it applies to their laboratory
    • Conduct a gap analysis to prepare for the transition to the revised standard
    • Apply the requirements of the revised standard to the laboratory management system
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http://cala-training.myshopify.com/collections/courses/products/1011v-iso-iec-17025-2017-whats-new-or-different-february-26-to-27-2019-virtual
2/26/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - effective quality management for labs, Dutch edition, Antwerpen, BelgiumThe new version of ISO/IEC 17025:2017, which covers the general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories, has been published end December 2017.

During this information session, discover the new technical and organisational requirements for carrying out tests and calibrations in laboratories. In addition, learn how to adapt your own quality management process to meet the new standard.

During this information session:
  • You will discover the core requirements, key elements and issues of ISO/IEC 17025:2017;
  • You will learn which new components of the standard are vital to your quality management system;
  • You will discover which components of your system you should adjust to comply with ISO/IEC 17025:2017;
  • You will find out how you can perform this adjustment successfully;
  • You will gain insight into the possible interpretations of the standard and the requirements of an accreditation process.
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http://www.nbn.be/en/isoiec-170252017-effective-quality-management-labs
2/27/2019Decision Rules and ISO/IEC 17025:2017, WebinarThe new revision of ISO/IEC 170255 produced in 2017 has new requirements for laboratories when customers ask for statements of conformity associated with their calibration (e.g. pass/fail, in-tolerance/out of tolerance). These new requirements include a conversation between the customer and the laboratory at contract review to ensure that the specification of the requirements is well defined and that a decision rule on how the laboratory makes a statement of conformity is selected. Different decision rules have varying levels of risk that the laboratory can make an incorrect decision for the customer, calling a good instrument bad or a bad instrument good.

This webinar introduces the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 on this subject, provides an overview of what decision rules are and how much risk is associated with each type and recommends some easy to implement decision rules that optimize the risk for the customer. This webinar was developed for the beginner on this subject but is also a good refresher for those more experienced on the topic. More⇒
http://us.flukecal.com/training/temperature-calibration/decision-rules-and-iso-iec-170252017
2/28/2019Metrology Boot Camp, Plymouth, MinnesotaPlease join us for our two-day Metrology Boot Camp. We'll use classroom presentations, demonstrations, and hands on activities to drill our participants on the basic elements of dimensional measurement:
      Define what a valid measurement consists of
      Describe accuracy & repeatability
      Define measurement traceability
      Describe the role & subject topics of ISO & ASME written standards
      Describe physical standards used to establish measurement traceability
      Identify calibration principles
      Use 1D, 2D, 2.5D, and 3D measurement systems
      Describe basic principles of surface & form analysis
      Match measurement problems to potential metrology solutions
      Complete gage repeatability & reproducibility studies (GR&R)
      Build a measurement uncertainty budget
      Describe principles of metrology software validation
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http://www.gagesite.com/metrology-boot-camp-p-3300682.html
3/1/2019BIPM•TÜBÍTAK UME project placements, Ankara, TurkeyThe BIPM and TÜBÍTAK UME, the National Metrology Institute of Turkey, are running a joint training initiative entitled "BIPM•TÜBÍTAK UME project placements" (2018 & 2019). The initiative provides opportunities for metrologists at early stages of their careers to gain in-depth knowledge and experience by conducting research on a subject of their interest for a period of 1 to 3 months in TÜBÍTAK UME's laboratories. In addition, it is expected that participants will have the opportunity to attend lectures delivered at TÜBÍTAK UME by experts from BIPM and TÜBÍTAK UME. Training in the laboratory will help participants to achieve their project goals while delivering the wider benefit of developing the technical skills required by researchers from emerging NMIs and DIs as necessary to enhance their engagement in the CIPM MRA.
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http://www.bipm.org/en/cbkt/tubitak-project-placements.html
3/4/2019Geometrical Tolerancing to BS 8888 and ISO standards - Level 1, Teddington, United KingdomA three day training course intended for anyone who needs to understand the theory and practice of Geometrical Dimensioning & Tolerancing.
Aims & Objectives
  • To apply geometrical tolerancing in a consistent and systematic manner
  • Ensure a specification is complete and avoid common mistakes
  • To learn how to read geometrical tolerances in a logical and systematic way
  • Recognise common errors and incomplete specifications
  • Note: This course is available for ASME Y14.5 or BS 8888 and ISO Standards.
Download course flyer • (BS/ISO)
Download course flyer • (ASME Y14.5)
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http://www.npl.co.uk/commercial-services/products-and-services/training/training-courses/geometrical-dimensioning-and-tolerancing-level-1/
3/4/2019Principles of Pressure Calibration, Phoenix, ArizonaA five-day training course on the principles and practices of pressure calibration using digital pressure calibrators and piston gauges (pressure balances).The class is designed to focus on the practical considerations of pressure calibrations.

Course topics:
  • Fundamental physics of pressure
  • Moves through Metrological terminology
  • Calibration principles
  • Piston gauge fundamentals
  • Day-to-day issues that can influence the quality of a calibration
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/pressure-calibration-training/principles-pressure-calibration
3/5/2019Practical Temperature Calibration, American Fork, UtahA three-day course loaded with valuable principles and hands-on training designed to help calibration technicians and engineers get a solid base of temperature calibration fundamentals. The course material, developed by Fluke calibration experts, is taken from years of technical support experience covering common temperature calibration questions and is based on the techniques used in our world-class calibration laboratories.

Course topics:
  • Accreditation issues
  • Risk Assessment
  • Future changes in temperature traceability
  • Realizing a triple-point of water
  • How to check RTPW
  • How to calibrate a metrology well
  • How to maintain a temperature calibration equipment
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/temperature-calibration-training/practical-temperature-calibration
3/5/2019Understanding & Evaluating Measurement Uncertainty, Teddington, United KingdomAims & Objectives
  • Give improved understanding of measurement uncertainty, methods for measurement uncertainty evaluation and the circumstances in which those methods apply
  • Support the provision of scientifically defensible results
  • Emphasise model-based uncertainty evaluation
  • Help make better use of the GUM
  • Help tackle more challenging uncertainty evaluation problems than those covered directly by the GUM
Module details
The course is based on the considerable experience gained by the presenters of the needs of practitioners in the area of measurement uncertainty evaluation. The course covers:
  • Underpinning statistical concepts
  • Developing and using a measurement model
  • Formulating a problem of measurement uncertainty evaluation
  • The conventional approach to uncertainty evaluation of the GUM
  • Other approaches to uncertainty evaluation, including a Monte Carlo method
  • Extensions to problems with more than one measurand
  • Examples and case studies
  • Current international work on the GUM including the GUM Supplements
Delegates are encouraged to bring their own problems of uncertainty evaluation, for which there will be ample discussion time.
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http://www.npl.co.uk/commercial-services/products-and-services/training/training-courses/understanding-and-evaluating-measurement-uncertainty/
3/5/2019Metrology - Quality Inspection without prejudice, Bristol, ConnecticutThis is a micrometer, this is a Vernier, this is a scale, this is a…. How many indicators will you find in one inch? This and more will be discussed and presented in a hands-on program dealing with inspection of manufactured parts. Surface plates, thread gauges, indicator stands, depth micrometers, dial indicators, optical comparators, and more will be presented. Leave with confidence that you can use quality control tools to verify your work. More ⇒http://www.tunxis.edu/ce/credit-free-manufacturing-classes/
3/7/2019Humidity Measurement, Lindfield, AustraliaThis one-day course (9 am to 5 pm) provides information about the main concepts and practical techniques involved in measuring humidity in air and explains how to make such measurements accurately and consistently.
    Knowledge and Skills:
    The course will provide you with the knowledge and skills:
       to understand the concepts involved in humidity measurements
       to know how to select and apply humidity instrumentation
       to interpret measurement results and calculate required features
       to recognise various sources of error that affect humidity measurements
    Topics:
    The topics covered include:
       basic concepts, tables, charts and formulae
       humidity standards
       dew point meters and practical secondary standards
       hygrometers and some special problems in hygrometry
       humidity chambers
       general practical recommendations
       examples and calculations
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http://shop.measurement.gov.au/collections/physical-metrology-training/products/humidity-measurement?variant=39741423811
3/11/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for Testing and Calibration Labs, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaLearn about the updated ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard.
Significant Updates to the new ISO/IEC 17025:2017
The course will present the major new changes to ISO/IEC Standard 17025:2017 as follows:
     ISO standard update process
     The new standard structure
     The major changes in the standard
     Changes in terminology
     Expected changes in Management System Documentation
     Effective transition policies to new standard
     Expected transition dates to new standard
Complete Overview
Receive a complete overview of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 with valuable insights and tools to help you implement the requirements of the standard. See the detailed Course Outline/Syllabus here. More ⇒
http://www.iasonline.org/training/testing-cal-labs/
3/11/2019Certified Quality Technician Certification Preparation, Indianapolis, IndianaReinforce your current understanding of the Certified Quality Technician (CQT) Body of Knowledge. Get practice in applications that may not be used every day, and become familiar with “exam-style” questions throughout the course.

Students receive course materials and a copy of ASQ’s Certified Quality Technician Handbook: Second Edition. Please bring a non-programmable calculator to class (T130 is recommended).

Note: This course is a refresher and, due to time limitations, is not intended to cover all the components of the Body of Knowledge in great depth. Taking this course does not constitute, nor imply, the successful passing of the ASQ Certified Quality Technician examination.
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http://asq.org/training/certified-quality-technician-certification-preparation-cqtcpasq
3/11/2019Internal Auditing ISO/IEC 17025:2017, Indianapolis, IndianaThe 2.5-day Internal Auditing to ISO/IEC 17025 training course prepares the internal auditor to clearly understand technical issues relating to an audit. Attendees of this course will learn how to coordinate a quality management system audit to ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and collect audit evidence and document observations, including techniques for effective questioning and listening.

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 requirements.
  • Learn how to coordinate a quality management system audit against ISO/IEC 17025:2017.
  • Develop an understanding of the technical systems and issues of the accredited laboratory.
  • Know how to collect audit evidence and document observations, including techniques for effective questioning and listening.
  • Learn how to report the findings and conclusions.
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http://www.anab.org/internal-auditing-iso-iec-17025
3/11/2019MC-206 Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing, Everett, WashingtonIn this five-day Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing course, you will learn to configure MET/CAL® software to create, edit, and maintain calibration solutions, projects and procedures. Acquire the knowledge to program more effectively in the MET/CAL® language using all the features of the software. The majority of the class time is spent in hands-on development of MET/CAL® procedures and reports The Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing course is designed for cal lab personnel who have hands-on experience with the operation of MET/CAL® software prior to attending the class.

Course topics:
  • Basic operation of MET/CAL® software
  • Adding standards
  • Using non-reference standards
  • Running reports
  • Customizing the run prompts
  • Overview of the Function Selection Codes (FSC)
  • Examples of MATH and LIB FSCs
  • Examples of IEEE, SCPI and PORT FSCs
  • Establishing uncertainty in MET/CAL®software
  • Complete a working procedure for a Fluke handheld DMM
  • Test your procedure using a Fluke calibrator
  • Full results table
  • Examples of uncertainty in a procedure
  • Using Crystal Reports
    MC-206 Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing Course Outline (190.58 KB)
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/calibration-software-training/mc-206-basic-metcal%C2%AE-procedure-writing
3/12/2019Seminar - Gage Calibration, Aurora (Chicago), IllinoisMitutoyo America’s Gage Calibration course is a unique, active, educational experience designed specifically for those who plan and perform calibrations of dimensional measuring tools, gages, and instruments. This course is taught at the world-class, Mitutoyo America A2LA accredited calibration laboratory in Aurora, Illinois, by experienced instructors and dimensional metrology experts. The class size is intentionally small - a maximum of 6 students - to ensure personalized and customized instruction to meet the needs of individual students. The course combines modern calibration and quality management ideas with best practices and “how-to” calibration methods for common calibrations. The course is ideal for those operating in ISO/IEC 17025 accredited laboratories or in gage labs supporting manufacturing operations.

The course covers the most common dimensional calibrations but also allows for individual students to cover topics of interest. Upon enrollment, students will have the opportunity to complete a questionnaire to ensure the customized course meets their specific needs. The Hands-On Gage Calibration course will also address the essential elements, policies, and requirements of a modern gage calibration system. Woven into the hands-on experience, the course will cover calibration system standards, laboratory management, traceability, measurement uncertainty, temperature issues, and laboratory accreditation.
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http://www.mitutoyo.com/events/seminar-gage-calibration-9/
3/12/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Ballwin, MissouriThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
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http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
3/12/2019Dimensional Measurement Training: Level 2 - Measurement Applier, INSPHERE Ltd, Bristol, United KingdomA four day training course building on the knowledge and measurement principles gained through the Level 1 training course.
Aims & Objectives
  • To provide knowledge and expertise in the application of measurement
  • To enable organisations to save time and money through the implementation of best measurement practice
  • To encourage a planning culture
Benefits to the learner
  • Application of the fundamental principles of geometrical product specification and measurement tools
  • To understand the fundamental principles of calibration
  • To apply fundamental measurement calculations
  • Respond to measurement results and related uncertainty
  • Communicate, question and plan the measurement process
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http://www.npl.co.uk/commercial-services/products-and-services/training/training-courses/dimensional-measurement-training-level-2-measurement-applier/
3/12/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Awareness, Denham Grove, United KingdomThis course aims to provide an awareness of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. In particular how the business processes of individual laboratories may be informed and enhanced in meeting its requirements. The course focuses from a personal perspective, reflecting primarily on the structure, resource, process, management and general requirements. The course will enable delegates to gain an awareness of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and its function as a framework for demonstrating competence and to gain an understanding of conformity - all of which is achieved through a combination of presentations, exercises and discussion. Download Course Flyer
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http://www.ukas.com/booking-course/?id=MTczNzky
3/12/2019Alphabet Soup of Manufacturing - why are the abbreviations so important?, Bristol, ConnecticutGreen Belts, JIT, Six Sigma, NIMS, abbreviations upon abbreviations. Programs and concepts upon programs and concepts. How does all this tie into manufacturing and how can I understands them and reach the goal for my company. This is the objection of our introductory program into the Alphabet Soup on Manufacturing. No longer is it just machining skills and reducing scrap that is necessary, now you need to understand those standards and objectives that all companies strive for to be successful in a very competitive world. In addition, you will be presented a solid introduction into the world of Lean Manufacturing. Learn the language; learn the concepts; and it will help you succeed. More ⇒http://www.tunxis.edu/ce/credit-free-manufacturing-classes/
3/12/2019Curso - taller de la norma ISO/IEC 17025:2017, Querétaro, MexicoEn este curso los participantes comprenderán los objetivos que persigue la norma ISO/IEC 17025:2017 y conocerán los requisitos que establece para lograr el cumplimiento de tales objetivos. Así mismo conocerán el entorno bajo el cual está instituida la acreditación de laboratorios de calibración en México, con base en el cumplimiento de esta norma se mostrará su estructura y se abordarán los requisitos relativos a la gestión y técnicos que la conforman, aplicados a la estructura organizacional típica de un laboratorio de calibración y/o ensayo. Los participantes llevarán a cabo ejercicios simples de elaboración de documentos y esquemas de proceso, relativos a la gestión y de soporte técnico de mayor relevancia de la norma.

Objetivos Específicos:
  1. Que los participantes adquieran el conocimiento de los aspectos de gestión y técnicos que un laboratorio de calibración y/o ensayo debe cumplir, para demostrar conformidad con la norma ISO/IEC 17025:2017.
  2. Que los participantes adquieran el conocimiento para desarrollar las líneas de acción necesarias para cumplir con los aspectos de gestión y técnicos, que le permita que su laboratorio de calibración y/o ensayo demuestre su competencia técnica.
  3. Que los participantes adquieran el conocimiento para desarrollar las líneas de acción necesarias para cumplir con los aspectos de gestión y técnicos, que le permita que su laboratorio de calibración y/o ensayo demuestre que es capaz de generar datos técnicamente válidos.
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http://www.cenam.mx/cursos/
3/13/2019Uncertainty of Measurement for Labs, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaEvaluation and Estimation of Uncertainties of Measurement. Introduction to metrology principles, examples and practical exercises. The training includes case studies and discussions, with application of statistical components in practical examples that are frequently encountered by testing laboratories. See the detailed Course Outline/Syllabus here.

LEARN KEY APPLICATIONS IN THE STANDARD:
     Perform measurement uncertainty calculations that meet your needs and satisfy accreditation requirements.
     Work through examples of uncertainties in calibration and testing.
     Understand Calibration & Measurement Capability (CMC) as applied to the accreditation process.
     Distinguish between and correctly interpret terms used in calibration and uncertainty.
     Compare and learn how “Measurement Uncertainty” scores over “Accuracy.”
     Understand what random and systematic uncertainties are and how they occur.
     Understand confidence limits and coverage factor.
     Learn to use a technique of combining random and systematics to get combined uncertainty.
     Develop an uncertainty budget.
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http://www.iasonline.org/training/uncertainty-of-measurement/
3/14/2019Fundamentals of Measurement Uncertainty, Indianapolis, IndianaAttendees of the 2-day Fundamentals Measurement Uncertainty training course will learn a practical approach to measurement uncertainty applications, based on fundamental practices. Measurement uncertainty for both testing and calibration laboratories will be discussed. Attendees will gain an understanding of the steps required, accepted practices, and types of uncertainties that need to be considered by accredited laboratories.

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the need for measurement uncertainty
  • Examine international practices and practical statistics
  • Develop an understanding of uncertainties and budgets
  • Understand and calculate specific examples for measurement uncertainty
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http://www.anab.org/training/17025/fundamentals-of-measurement-uncertainty
3/14/2019ISO 17025 : les évolutions de la norme version 2017, Paris, France
  • Objectifs:
    • Identifier les changements majeurs de l’ISO 17025
    • Comprendre les structures de la norme
    • S’approprier les nouvelles exigences de l’ISO 17025
  • Niveau requis
    • Connaissance de l’ISO 17025 version 2005 souhaité mais non obligatoire
  • Moyens pédagogiques
    • Exposés
    • Travaux dirigés
    • Dossier technique remis à chaque stagiaire
    • Evaluation du stage
    • Déjeuner-rencontre pris en commun avec l’intervenant
  • Modalités d’évaluation
    • Cette formation ne donne pas lieu à une évaluation formalisée
    • Un questionnaire d’évaluation de la satisfaction du client est remis en fin de stage
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http://www.lne.fr/fr/service/formation/iso-17025-les-evolutions-de-la-norme-version-2017
3/19/2019Introducción a la metrología y a la estimación de incertidumbre de la medición, Querétaro, MexicoDirigido A:
Personal con responsabilidades de provisión de servicios de metrología, como las funciones de aseguramiento de la calidad, control de calidad, mantenimiento, laboratorios de prueba o calibración, unidades de verificación o inspección, fabricantes, distribuidores y usuarios de equipos de medición y prueba, auditores de calidad, centros de investigación y desarrollo y a personas interesadas en elevar la calidad en las mediciones o calibraciones.

Al finalizar el curso el participante:
  • Conocerá los conceptos básicos de la metrología necesarios para entender los procesos de medición e interpretar sus resultados.
    • Conocerá la utilidad de la metrología y su impacto en las actividades sociales, comerciales, etc.
    • Conocerá el vocabulario empleado en actividades de medición.
    • Conocerá la estructura de los sistemas metrológicos nacional e internacional.
    • Conocerá el Sistema Internacional de unidades (SI).
    • Podrá interpretar y usar los certificados.
  • Conocerá y aplicará la metodología básica para estimar la incertidumbre de la medición siguiendo la GUM.
    • Revisará los conceptos básicos de estadística.
    • Revisará los conceptos básicos de errores e incertidumbres en mediciones.
    • Conocerá el concepto de incertidumbre requerida.
    • Conocerá la metodología para estimar la incertidumbre de la medición de acuerdo a como lo establece la GUM.
    • Desarrollará ejercicios genéricos que le permitan entender la aplicación de la estimación de incertidumbre de la medición.
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3/19/2019Fundamentals of Geometrical Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Port Melbourne, AustraliaThis three-day course (9 am to 5 pm) provides information on ISO 1101 Geometrical Product Specifications, related standards and their application to engineering drawings.
Knowledge and Skills:
The course will provide you with the knowledge and skills:
     to recognise the ISO 1101 drawing practices and benefits of geometrical tolerancing
     to understand key geometrical tolerancing concepts
     to interpret datum reference frame and select datum features
     to know symbols and how to apply them to drawings
Topics:
The topics covered include:
     ISO drawing conventions
     GPS basics
     size and boundary conditions
     the datum system
     form tolerances
     orientation tolerances
     location tolerances
     run-out tolerances
     profile tolerances
     workpiece edges
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3/19/2019Laboratory Internal Audit, Denham Grove, United KingdomAll laboratories need to carry out an internal audit of their business processes and performance of tests and calibrations to ensure delivery of a competent service to their clients. An accredited laboratory needs to check not only that laboratory personnel at all levels are implementing the prescribed processes but also that its systems and practices are compatible with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025. The course aims to help delegates gain a sound understanding of the internal audit process and its value to management. This interactive course allows delegates to gain confidence in performing an internal audit through role-play. Download the course program
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3/20/2019CMM Verification to ISO 10360, Teddington, United KingdomA one day practical course on Coordinate Measurement Machine (CMM) Verification covering the 12 parts of ISO 10360 Geometrical Product Specifications (GPS) and the acceptance and reverification tests for CMMs.

Aims & Objectives:
  • Provide an understanding of the 13 published parts and one draft part of ISO 10360 and how they relate to both traditional CMMs and alternative co-ordinate measurement systems
  • Know how a CMM is specified
  • Be able to carry out the test and analyse the data
  • Be able to calculate the test uncertainty
Benefits to the learner:
  • Understand the role of the technical committee responsible for the standard
  • Learn the terminology and symbols used
  • Understand the limitations of an ISO 10360 test
  • Be aware of the practical considerations when carrying out the test
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http://www.npl.co.uk/commercial-services/products-and-services/training/training-courses/cmm-verification-to-iso-10360/
3/25/2019Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty (EMU 101), Reston, VirginiaIntroduction to Measurement Uncertainty (EMU 101), http://www.a2la.org/events/introduction-to-measurement-uncertainty-emu-101 This course is a suitable introduction for both calibration and testing laboratory participants, focusing on the concepts and mathematics of the measurement uncertainty evaluation process. The participant will gain an understanding of the statistical techniques required to estimate measurement uncertainty, and will practice those skills to create basic uncertainty budgets.

Course Content
  • Introduction:
    • The requirement for uncertainty estimates.
    • Uncertainty References, Definitions, The GUM; and other more user-friendly material.
  • Mathematics:
    • Significant digits, scientific notation, and units conversion.
    • Basic statistics used in the GUM.
  • Estimating Uncertainties:
    • Type A and Type B methods.
    • Distributions, confidence levels, standard deviation.
    • Distributions and Applying corrections.
    • Outside limit estimates.
    • How many measurements (sample size).
    • Combination of uncertainties.
    • Correlated vs. uncorrelated.
    • Expanded uncertainty; and confidence intervals.
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http://www.a2la.org/events/introduction-to-measurement-uncertainty-emu-101
3/25/2019Geometrical Tolerancing to BS 8888 and ISO standards Level 2, Teddington, United KingdomAn intensive two day course in geometrical Tolerancing, which follows on from, and builds upon, the Level 1 course.
Aims & Objectives
  • Learn how to define more advanced datum structures
  • Find out how to use the Least Material Condition modifier
  • Discover how to use the Maximum Material Condition modifier with datum references (datum shift)
  • Note: This course is available for ASME Y14.5 or BS 8888 and ISO Standards.
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http://www.npl.co.uk/commercial-services/products-and-services/training/training-courses/geometrical-dimensioning-and-tolerancing-level-2/
3/26/2019Temperature Measurement, Lindfield, AustraliaThis three-day course (9 am to 5 pm) covers the measurement of temperature and the calibration of temperature measuring instruments. It incorporates extensive hands-on practical exercises.
Knowledge and Skills:
The course will provide you with the knowledge and skills:
     to understand the principles of operation of common temperature sensors and their instrumentation,
          especially thermocouples and resistance, radiation and liquid-in-glass thermometers
     to employ suitable processes for calibrating and using temperature measurement equipment
     to identify various sources of error that affect temperature measurements
     to develop the technical understanding required to become a NATA signatory
Topics:
The topics covered include:
     physics of temperature measurement
     temperature scale, traceability and international standards
     thermocouple electromotive force, measurement and calibration
     properties of thermocouples and systematic errors
     infrared and general radiation thermometry and their application
     errors and calibration in radiation thermometry
     calibration baths and furnaces
     digital thermometers
     resistance thermometry: associated errors and calibration
     enclosure testing (multi-site measurements)
     liquid-in-glass thermometry
     estimating measurement uncertainty
     extensive hands-on practical exercises in measurement
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3/26/2019Applied Measurement Uncertainty for Calibration Laboratories, Reston, VirginiaDuring this workshop, the participant will be introduced to several tools and techniques that can be applied in the testing laboratory environment to efficiently and effectively create measurement uncertainty budgets which comply with ISO/IEC 17025 requirements. The tools presented are generic in nature such that they may be applied in a variety of testing laboratories.

Course Content
  • Metrology terminology and definitions.
  • Requirements for metrological traceability.
  • Statistical applications using Microsoft Excel.
  • The uncertainty estimation process.
  • Repeatability and reproducibility methods.
  • Development of the test uncertainty budget.
  • Understanding and reporting measurement uncertainty in test reports.
After successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  1. Discuss the concepts within the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty of Measurement (The GUM);
  2. List and define the contributors for testing laboratory measurement uncertainty estimates;
  3. Determine how contributors are considered for inclusion in the uncertainty budget; and
  4. Build a basic Test Measurement Uncertainty Budget.
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http://www.a2la.org/events/applied-measurement-uncertainty-for-testing-laboratories-emu-201
3/26/2019Confirmación Metrológica, Querétaro, MexicoSe analizan los requisitos específicos para la gestión de sistemas de medición de la norma ISO 10012:2003 y se presentan herramientas para cumplir requisitos particulares.

Las herramientas presentadas, pueden emplearse como apoyo para el cumplimiento de los requisitos específicos de otras normas de gestión de calidad como ISO 9001, ISO/TS16949, así como ISO/IEC 17025 entre otras.

Objetivos Específicos:
Que los participantes conozcan las herramientas aplicables para cubrir los requisitos de gestión de sistemas de medición especificados en normas tales como: ISO/IEC 17025, ISO 9001, ISO/TS16949 y sus equivalentes nacionales.
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3/26/2019Évaluation et Maitrise des Incertitudes de Mesure, Paris, France
  • Objectifs:
    • Être capable d’évaluer l’incertitude d’un résultat de mesure ou d’essai dans son contexte professionnel, en mettant en oeuvre la méthode préconisée par le Guide pour l’expression de l’incertitude de mesure (GUM)
    • Comprendre et appliquer les textes nationaux et internationaux les plus récents traitant de l’estimation et de l’utilisation des incertitudes de mesure
  • Moyens pédagogiques:
    • À chacune des étapes de progression de la démarche sont développées les connaissances nécessaires en statistiques et en métrologie avec exercices pratiques, basés sur une expérimentation de physique, qui se construit au fur et à mesure avec les stagiaires. Une synthèse conclut
  • Chaque étape:
    • Une documentation complète est remise aux stagiaires: les supports de cours, les fiches de TP
    • Déjeuner-rencontre pris en commun avec l’intervenant
Les participants sont invités à se munir d’une calculatrice incluant les fonctions statistiques
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3/28/2019Metrological Traceability of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 along with those specified in PJLA Policy PL-2 “PJLA Measurement Traceability", WebinarThe requirement for metrological traceability are defined in Section 6.5 if the 2017 Standard and is supported by Annex A of the Standard. This webinar will look at these requirements and also take a look a specific polices captured in Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation policy (PL-2) in regards to traceability and expand on what is needed when traceability is not maintained by the use of accredited sources or NMI’s which are not recognized by the CIPM MRA. More ⇒http://pjlabs.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=b3e336c51eabc25dc20cdd433&id=3bfaa92beb&e=115f62b85f
3/28/2019Determination of Glass Transition Temperature, WebinarThe determination of glass transition temperature (Tg) is critical for understanding a material's properties. It indicates the temperature at which a substance transforms from a glassy state to a rubbery state or vice versa. The formation of such amorphous glasses is a universal phenomenon observed in practically all materials.

For practical applications, it is important to realize that the properties of glasses differ significantly from those of other solids. For example, the solubility of glasses is higher than for crystals; this influences the biological activity of pharmaceutical substances.
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http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/determination-of-the-glass-transition.html
4/1/2019NIST Handbook 133 - Checking the Net Contents of Packaged Goods - Basic, Gaithersburg, MarylandThis 4 day seminar will focus on the requirements and basic test procedures for packages labeled by weight. This will include, but not be limited to, a review of U.S. Weights and Measures Laws, good quantity control processes, sampling, calculating standard deviation, moisture allowances, inspection reports and calculations, test procedures, tare, relevant court cases, drained weight and ice glazed procedures and more. The sessions will include formal lecture, class discussion, exercises, reading assignments, audio-visual presentations and hands-on practice.

Learning Objectives:
After this seminar, you will be able to:
  • DEFINE the History, Scope and Package Requirements.
  • EXPLAIN the Statistical Basis of Handbook 133 and Sampling Plans.
  • DESCRIBE What, When and Where to Test.
  • EXPLAIN Health and Safety aspects.
  • IDENTIFY Good Measurement Practices.
  • Properly SELECT Measurement Standards and Test Equipment.
  • APPLY Basic Test Procedure.
  • APPLY Tare Procedures.
  • COMPUTE Nominal Gross Weight and Determine Package Errors.
  • DESCRIBE and APPLY moisture allowances.
  • RECOGNIZE the Scope of Chapter 3.
  • IDENTIFY Gravimetric Test Procedures for Liquids.
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http://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2019/04/5560-nist-handbook-133-checking-net-contents-packaged-goods-basic
4/2/2019Dimensional Measurement Training: Level 1 - Measurement User, INSPHERE Ltd, Bristol, United KingdomA three day training course introducing dimensional metrology, the importance of good measurement practice and the right measurement behaviours.
Aims & Objectives
  • To provide underpinning knowledge and expertise in using measurement tools and an appreciation of the importance of measurement
  • The deliver practical training for people who are required to use dimensional measurement techniques to complete their daily tasks
  • To instil and encourage a questioning culture
Benefits to the learner:
  • To understand the importance of using the correct measurement tools for varying applications
  • Give delegates a sense of responsibility for the measurement process and its practical application
  • Hands-on experience of why measurement is critical to the entire manufacturing engineering process
  • To encourage learners to develop a measurement strategy in the workplace
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http://www.npl.co.uk/commercial-services/products-and-services/training/training-courses/dimensional-measurement-training-level-1-measurement-user/
4/2/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Update, Auckland, New ZealandThe ISO/IEC 17025 standard has been revised with publication date for the 2017 version to be late 2017. The structure of the standard has been substantially changed, with some requirements from the 2005 version removed and new requirements introduced.

The purpose of this course is to help participants understand the new requirements (background and intent), what is required to meet these requirements and what has not changed. More ⇒
http://www.nzqc.co.nz/courses/iso-iec-17025-2017-update
4/2/2019Taller de estimación de incertidumbre en fuerza, par torsional, presión, vacío y dureza, Querétaro, MexicoDirigido A:
Personal con responsabilidades de provisión de servicios de metrología como las funciones de aseguramiento de la calidad, control de calidad, mantenimiento, laboratorios de prueba o calibración, unidades de verificación o inspección, fabricantes, distribuidores y usuarios de equipos de medición y prueba, auditores de calidad, centros de investigación y desarrollo y a personas interesadas en elevar la calidad en las mediciones o calibraciones en las magnitudes de fuerza, par torsional, presión, vacío y/o dureza.

Objetivos Específicos:
  • Aplicará la metodología básica para estimar la incertidumbre de la medición siguiendo la GUM.
  • Aplicará los conceptos básicos de errores e incertidumbres en mediciones.
  • Aplicará el concepto de incertidumbre requerida.
  • Aplicará la metodología para estimar la incertidumbre de la medición de acuerdo a como lo establece la GUM.
  • Desarrollará ejercicios específicos que le permitan la aplicación de la estimación de incertidumbre de la medición.
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4/2/2019Tolerancias dimensionales y geométricas, Querétaro, MexicoLa calidad de gran número de productos o componentes manufacturados, está determinada en gran medida por sus características dimensionales y de forma. Debido a que la fabricación de piezas con dimensiones y geometrías se detalla en un dibujo, es necesario que los participantes tengan un nivel de conocimiento adecuado para su sana interpretación. De no ser así, la empresa podría estar fabricando muy lejos de las tolerancias especificadas para el producto.

El personal involucrado en diseño, manufactura y verificación debería conocer e interpretar el mismo lenguaje de las TDyG, ofreciéndoles la posibilidad de producir las piezas con las especificaciones requeridas al menor costo. Si esta condición falla, el sistema se colapsa. Este curso te ofrece las herramientas necesarias para interpretar un dibujo tolerado a través de TDyG, y la oportunidad de aprender las reglas básicas del dibujo normalizado.
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4/3/2019Estimación de incertidumbre en las mediciones: GUM y método de Monte Carlo para principiantes, Querétaro, MexicoEste curso revisa la metodología GUM para la estimación de incertidumbres de medida; contrastando los resultados obtenidos entre dos técnicas (básicamente, combinación de varianzas vs. método de Monte Carlo). Se subrayan algunas ventajas y limitantes implícitas en las técnicas presentadas. Se sugiere que cada asistente proporcione un problema de estimación de incertidumbre para, de ser posible, desarrollarlo en grupo(s); preferentemente con datos reales de un proceso de calibración, medición o publicación técnica. Al finalizar el curso se tendrá una visión relativamente clara para realizar la estimación de incertidumbres de medida; siguiendo cualquiera de las técnicas presentadas.

Objetivos:
Que el participante adquiera los conocimientos básicos para realizar la estimación de incertidumbres en las mediciones; empleando la ley de propagación de incertidumbres conforme a la GUM (Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement) y el Suplemento 1 de la GUM (método de Monte Carlo).

El participante identificará, con base en un modelo de medición, los datos y parámetros estadísticos que necesariamente requiere un presupuesto de incertidumbres; en el caso del método de Monte Carlo, se utilizará software libre para realizar la propagación de distribuciones de probabilidad.
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4/7/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor, Dubai, U.A.E.Learn everything you need to know about ISO/IEC 17025 laboratory accreditation. We’ll take you through every stage of the certification journey on our ISO/IEC 17025 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor training course. Start with a detailed overview of the standard and its requirements. And discover how to meet these in your laboratory by implementing an ISO/IEC 17025 quality control system. Our experts will also explain auditing techniques so you can maintain accreditation by monitoring, assessing and improving performance.
Learning Objectives:
  • The requirements and scope of the ISO/IEC 17025 standard
  • How to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025
  • The principles and application of quality control
  • Understand the laboratory accreditation process
  • How to monitor and continually improve quality control processes
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http://www.bsigroup.com/en-AE/Our-services/Training-courses/Laboratory-Accreditation-ISOIEC-17025-training/ISOIEC-17025-Introduction-Implementation-and-Internal-Auditing/
4/8/2019MC-205 MET/TEAM® Asset management, Everett, WashingtonThis five-day course presents a comprehensive overview of how to use MET/TEAM® Test Equipment and Asset Management Software in an Internet browser to develop your asset management system. You will learn a systematic approach to collect the information you need to manage your lab assets routinely, consistently and completely. You will work in hands-on sessions with the latest version of MET/TEAM® software running on individual computers.

Course topics:
  • Manage workflow through your entire lab
  • Create types of instruments
  • Add procedures and assign to a type of asset
  • Add assets whether they be metrology recalled assets or non-recalled assets
  • Schedule and generate recalls, including email alerts
  • Receive assets-single or batch
  • Learn what a work order is and how to use it
  • Return assets
  • Generate certificates
  • View business status
  • Enter and manage your parts inventory
  • Track shipping of assets
  • Tool assignment
  • Maintain compliance with regulatory standards
  • Commerce-billing, quoting, contract pricing
  • Customer Portal-how to set up and use read-only access
  • MET/TEAM® Mobile-overview of functionality
  • Problem reports
  • Configuration of system defaults
  • Configure and customize for your business rules
  • Track changes to help comply with 21 CFR Part 11
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/calibration-software-training/mc-205-metteam®-asset-management
4/9/2019Introducción a la metrología y a la estimación de incertidumbre de la medición, Querétaro, MexicoDirigido A:
Personal con responsabilidades de provisión de servicios de metrología, como las funciones de aseguramiento de la calidad, control de calidad, mantenimiento, laboratorios de prueba o calibración, unidades de verificación o inspección, fabricantes, distribuidores y usuarios de equipos de medición y prueba, auditores de calidad, centros de investigación y desarrollo y a personas interesadas en elevar la calidad en las mediciones o calibraciones.

Al finalizar el curso el participante:
  • Conocerá los conceptos básicos de la metrología necesarios para entender los procesos de medición e interpretar sus resultados.
    • Conocerá la utilidad de la metrología y su impacto en las actividades sociales, comerciales, etc.
    • Conocerá el vocabulario empleado en actividades de medición.
    • Conocerá la estructura de los sistemas metrológicos nacional e internacional.
    • Conocerá el Sistema Internacional de unidades (SI).
    • Podrá interpretar y usar los certificados.
  • Conocerá y aplicará la metodología básica para estimar la incertidumbre de la medición siguiendo la GUM.
    • Revisará los conceptos básicos de estadística.
    • Revisará los conceptos básicos de errores e incertidumbres en mediciones.
    • Conocerá el concepto de incertidumbre requerida.
    • Conocerá la metodología para estimar la incertidumbre de la medición de acuerdo a como lo establece la GUM.
    • Desarrollará ejercicios genéricos que le permitan entender la aplicación de la estimación de incertidumbre de la medición.
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4/9/2019Análisis Estadístico de Sistemas de Medición basado en 4ta edición del manual de MSA, Querétaro, MexicoPresentación de la metodología del análisis de sistemas de medida, su importancia y uso en el sector automotriz y metal-mecánico. Se presentan guías para seleccionar procedimientos de evaluación del desempeño de un sistema de medida de acuerdo al manual de MSA cuarta edición

Al finalizar el curso el participante:
  • Conocerá los conceptos del manual de MSA cuarta edición.
  • Conocerá los errores que provocan variabilidad al utilizar los sistemas de medida.
  • Conocerá el vocabulario empleado en análisis de sistemas de medida.
  • Conocerá los estudios de MSA:
  • Estudio de desviación (Bias),
  • Estudio de linealidad,
  • Estudio de estabilidad,
  • Estudio de repetibilidad y reproducibilidad (GRR).
  • Podrá realizar los estudios de GRR de acuerdo a las recomendaciones del manual de MSA cuarta edición
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4/10/2019Curso teórico-práctico de metrología de tiempo y frecuencia, Querétaro, MexicoEl curso consta de nueve temas a desarrollarse en tres días, iniciando con los conceptos básicos de la metrología de tiempo y frecuencia hasta llegar al establecimiento de la trazabilidad e incertidumbre en las mediciones de tiempo y frecuencia. El curso contempla la realización de algunos ejercicios prácticos, de manera que refuercen los conceptos vistos en el aula.

Objetivos:
Al finalizar el curso el participante: Tendrá un panorama general de la metrología de tiempo y frecuencia. Será capaz de aplicar adecuadamente las herramientas estadísticas, interpretar correctamente los resultados de las mediciones y determinar la trazabilidad e incertidumbre en las calibraciones de referencias de tiempo y frecuencia.
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4/10/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Los Angeles, CaliforniaThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
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http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
4/10/2019CCQM Workshop on Advances in Metrology in Chemistry and Biology, BIPM, Paris, FranceThe workshop is being organized on the occasion of the 25th Meeting of the CCQM with a Metrologia Focus Issue on 'Advances in Metrology in Chemistry and Biology'. Its goal is to promote scientific exchange amongst National Metrology Institutes, and highlight novel research and advances being made in Metrology in Chemistry and Biology. The workshop begins 1o April, 2019 and will be preceded by Poster Session on evening of 9 April 2019. More ⇒http://www.bipm.org/en/conference-centre/bipm-workshops/ccqm-workshop-2019/
4/15/2019NIST Handbook 133 - Checking the Net Contents of Packaged Goods - Basic, Glendale, ArizonaThis 4 day seminar will focus on the requirements and basic test procedures for packages labeled by weight. This will include, but not be limited to, a review of U.S. Weights and Measures Laws, good quantity control processes, sampling, calculating standard deviation, moisture allowances, inspection reports and calculations, test procedures, tare, relevant court cases, drained weight and ice glazed procedures and more. The sessions will include formal lecture, class discussion, exercises, reading assignments, audio-visual presentations and hands-on practice.

Learning Objectives:
After this seminar, you will be able to:
  • DEFINE the History, Scope and Package Requirements.
  • EXPLAIN the Statistical Basis of Handbook 133 and Sampling Plans.
  • DESCRIBE What, When and Where to Test.
  • EXPLAIN Health and Safety aspects.
  • IDENTIFY Good Measurement Practices.
  • Properly SELECT Measurement Standards and Test Equipment.
  • APPLY Basic Test Procedure.
  • APPLY Tare Procedures.
  • COMPUTE Nominal Gross Weight and Determine Package Errors.
  • DESCRIBE and APPLY moisture allowances.
  • RECOGNIZE the Scope of Chapter 3.
  • IDENTIFY Gravimetric Test Procedures for Liquids.
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http://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2019/04/5562-nist-handbook-133-checking-net-contents-packaged-goods-basic
4/15/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for Testing and Calibration Labs, Washington, DCLearn about the updated ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard.
Significant Updates to the new ISO/IEC 17025:2017
The course will present the major new changes to ISO/IEC Standard 17025:2017 as follows:
     ISO standard update process
     The new standard structure
     The major changes in the standard
     Changes in terminology
     Expected changes in Management System Documentation
     Effective transition policies to new standard
     Expected transition dates to new standard
Complete Overview
Receive a complete overview of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 with valuable insights and tools to help you implement the requirements of the standard. See the detailed Course Outline/Syllabus here. More ⇒
http://www.iasonline.org/training/testing-cal-labs/
4/16/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Indianapolis, IndianaThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
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http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
4/17/2019Evaluation and Estimation of Uncertainties of Measurement. Introduction to metrology principles, examples and practical exercises, Washington, District of Columbia, USAThe training includes case studies and discussions, with application of statistical components in practical examples that are frequently encountered by testing laboratories. See the detailed Course Outline/Syllabus here.


LEARN KEY APPLICATIONS IN THE STANDARD:
     Perform measurement uncertainty calculations that meet your needs and satisfy accreditation requirements.
     Work through examples of uncertainties in calibration and testing.
     Understand Calibration & Measurement Capability (CMC) as applied to the accreditation process.
     Distinguish between and correctly interpret terms used in calibration and uncertainty.
     Compare and learn how “Measurement Uncertainty” scores over “Accuracy.”
     Understand what random and systematic uncertainties are and how they occur.
     Understand confidence limits and coverage factor.
     Learn to use a technique of combining random and systematics to get combined uncertainty.
     Develop an uncertainty budget.
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http://www.iasonline.org/training/uncertainty-of-measurement/
4/22/2019MET-301 Advanced Hands-On Metrology, Everett, WashingtonThis course introduces the student to advanced measurement concepts and math used in standards laboratories. The student will learn how to make various types of measurements using different measurement methods. We will also teach techniques for making good high precision measurements using reference standards. A class project will teach the student how to collect and analyze data from a series of measurements to determine the device's value, and the uncertainty associated with it. The student will be competent to make measurements in a standards lab after he/she passes the final exam. This course covers advanced topics and requires existing experience and knowledge of basic metrological principles. Students are strongly encourages to attend the MET-101 course or have other formal metrology training prior to enrolling in MET-301.

Course topics:
  • Quality systems that drive good metrology
  • Basics of DC and low frequency metrology
  • Lab instrumentation
  • Environmental impact on measurement uncertainty
  • Advanced metrology math for the metrologist
  • Understanding and using instrument specifications in procedure development
  • How cables, connectors, and adapters impact high precision measurement results
  • Complex calibration configurations involving shields and guards
  • Advanced ratio measurement techniques and calculations
  • Precision thermometry principles
    MET-101 Basic Hands-On Metrology Course Outline (197.28 KB)
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/electrical-calibration-training/met-301-advanced-hands-metrology
4/25/2019Metrology Boot Camp, Plymouth, MinnesotaPlease join us for our two-day Metrology Boot Camp. We'll use classroom presentations, demonstrations, and hands on activities to drill our participants on the basic elements of dimensional measurement:
      Define what a valid measurement consists of
      Describe accuracy & repeatability
      Define measurement traceability
      Describe the role & subject topics of ISO & ASME written standards
      Describe physical standards used to establish measurement traceability
      Identify calibration principles
      Use 1D, 2D, 2.5D, and 3D measurement systems
      Describe basic principles of surface & form analysis
      Match measurement problems to potential metrology solutions
      Complete gage repeatability & reproducibility studies (GR&R)
      Build a measurement uncertainty budget
      Describe principles of metrology software validation
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http://www.gagesite.com/metrology-boot-camp-p-3300682.html
4/25/2019METTLER TOLEDO’s Contribution to Lean Laboratory, WebinarThis webinar explains the analogies of lean manufacturing with lean lab and suggests aspects of our instruments that can help you convert your lab into a lean lab. Attending this webinar will give you some ideas how you can use technical aspects of your laboratory equipment and workflows to optimize your processes according to the lean idea. More ⇒http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/lean-laboratory.html
4/25/2019Kinetic Methods for Predicting Reaction Behavior, WebinarKinetic methods are of fundamental importance for process development and the optimization of chemical processes. They provide us with information about the influence of temperature, time, concentration, catalysts, and inhibitors.

Kinetic methods are practical for calculating the conversion of a starting material into a final product. This so-called global reaction describes how fast the overall reaction occurs.

Simulate reaction behavior We can use mathematical models to simulate reaction behavior. This allows us to reduce the number of practical experiments to a minimum. We obtain valuable information about safety, scale-up, and stability.
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http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/kinetics-in-thermal-analysis.html
4/29/2019Advanced Mass Seminar, Gaithersburg, MarylandThis 9 day, hands-on mass calibration seminar focuses on the comprehension and application of the advanced mass dissemination procedures, the equations, and associated calculations. It includes the operation of the laboratory equipment, review of documentary references, reference standards, specifications, and tolerances relevant to the measurements. Training covers mass calibration documentation published in NISTIR 6969 , NISTIR 5672, NIST Technical Note 952, and NIST/SEMATECH e-Handbook of Statistical Methods, (11/16/2017). for the calibration of precision mass standards to OIML R111 and ASTM E617 weight classes. This seminar incorporates approximately 50 percent lectures with topic-related discussion and 50 percent laboratory work in which the participant performs measurements by selecting and applying correct procedures, equations, and calculations discussed in the classroom. The participant will evaluate measurement assurance and uncertainty data, complete data analysis using software.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of the Advanced Mass Seminar the participant will:
  • USE critical thinking skills to analyze: measurement requirements and measurement results for traceability, measurement assurance, uncertainty, compliance to related specifications, and reporting of calibration results • both before and during the seminar.
  • IMPLEMENT NISTIR 5672 and appropriate supporting documentation in the seminar exercises and later in your laboratory, and to PERFORM advance mass weighing designs, with supporting evidence of metrological traceability, measurement assurance and uncertainties.
  • CREATE a data set using advanced weighing designs and GENERATE an ISO/IEC 17025 compliant calibration certificate using the data output from the NIST Mass Code or alternative software.
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http://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2019/04/5570-advanced-mass-seminar
4/29/2019Principles of Pressure Calibration, Phoenix, ArizonaA five-day training course on the principles and practices of pressure calibration using digital pressure calibrators and piston gauges (pressure balances).The class is designed to focus on the practical considerations of pressure calibrations.

Course topics:
  • Fundamental physics of pressure
  • Moves through Metrological terminology
  • Calibration principles
  • Piston gauge fundamentals
  • Day-to-day issues that can influence the quality of a calibration
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/pressure-calibration-training/principles-pressure-calibration
4/30/2019SA User Seminar in Williamsburg, VirginiaSave the Date! The 2019 SA User Conference will be held in Williamsburg, Virginia on April 30 - May 2, 2019 at the Kingsmill Resort & Conference Center. This conference only comes around every TWO years, so don't miss the next one! More ⇒http://www.kinematics.com/about/events.php
5/6/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Lead Assessor Training, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaDevelop your expertise and value as an ISO/IEC 17025 specialist. Review, write, and understand ISO/IEC 17025 nonconformances. Hone your skills; understand the rigors of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. This course is invaluable for new assessors and as a refresher for long-time assessors of ISO/IEC 17025. Consultants who help transition clients from other ISO standards and from the 2005 version to the requirements of the latest ISO/IEC 17025 will also benefit from this course.

The 4.5-day ISO/IEC 17025 Lead Assessor Training course is designed to further develop your understanding of ISO/IEC 17025 and help you understand how to plan and lead an ISO/IEC 17025 assessment. Attendees will gain an understanding of uncertainty, traceability, and PT/ILC and how they are assessed. This course will prepare you to meet technical demands of the assessment while providing practical exercises to aid comprehension.Attending an ISO/IEC 17025 Lead Assessor Training course is just one of the necessary steps in becoming a contract assessor for an accreditation body. More ⇒
http://asq.org/training/isoiec-170252017-lead-assessor-training-la17
5/6/2019TWB 1031 MET/CAL® Procedure Development Web-Based TrainingLearn to create procedures with the latest version of MET/CAL®, without leaving your office. This web seminar is offered to MET/CAL® users who need assistance writing procedures but have a limited travel budget.The course is designed for those who are directly involved in the operation of MET/CAL® calibration software and are required to write or modify procedures. The workshop is presented as a five-part, ten-hour course with each two-hour session scheduled on consecutive days, typically from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (Noon) Pacific Standard Time (Everett, Washington USA). Equipment and system requirements of web session: Computer with current version of Microsoft Internet Explorer or other web browser Computer monitor 17 inches or larger Broadband Internet connection Touch-tone telephone near the computer.
Course topics:
  • Configuring the Run Time
  • Using the Editor
  • Creating Projects, Solutions, PKM, and PXE files
  • Running procedures
  • Learn the use of the Function Select Codes (FSCs) through instructor-presented examples
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    This is not one-on-on web training. This is a group setting.

http://us.flukecal.com/training/calibration-software-training/twb-1031-metcal%C2%AE-procedure-development-web-based-training
5/6/2019Introduction to Mechanical Drawings and GD&T, Plymouth, MinnesotaThis course is designed to familiarize students with the basic components, sections, views, terminology and graphical representation of engineering drawings.
Course outline:
The evolution of engineering drawings, Related engineering standards, Review of terms and definitions.
The components of a blueprint
  • Line types
  • Dimensions (baseline, chainline, coordinate, basic & reference)
  • Tolerances (linear, angular, bilateral, unilateral)
  • Symbols
  • Border
  • Title block
  • Revision block
  • Notes (general & specific)
Basic drafting conventions
  • Third angle projection vs first angle projection
  • Isometric views
  • Orthographic views
  • Section views
Evaluating a sample part
Exercises to reinforce views, projections and drafting practices

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http://www.gagesite.com/introduction-to-mechanical-drawings-and-gdt-p-3300633.html
5/6/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Grayslake, IllinoisThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
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http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
5/7/2019GD&T - Intermediate Principles, Plymouth, Minnesota Course outline:
Theory and rules of Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing: Introduction
  • Rule 1 on feature size
  • Rules 2 & 3 on material condition principles applied to features
  • Pitch diameter rule
  • Comparison of changes between ANSI U14.5M-1982 and ASME Y14.5.1M-1994
Linear transformation to GD&T
  • Implications of +/- tolerancing
  • Conversion of square zone to diametral
  • Datums and datum features
Datum precedence
  • Planar datum features
  • Datum features of size
  • Inclined datums
  • Compound datums
  • Datum targets & partial datum features
  • MMC, LMC & RFS applied to datum features
  • Introduction to multiple hole patterns defined as a single datum
  • 14 geometric symbols
Symbols & definitions
  • Tolerance zones
  • Actual mating envelope
  • Supporting symbology
  • Feature control frames
Single-segment feature control frames
  • Composite feature control frames
  • 2D analysis of single-segment & composite feature control frames
  • Virtual condition principles
  • Simultaneous requirements
  • Beginning levels of 3D analysis
  • Beginning analysis of measurement applications
Negative implications of specific measurement procedures
  • Analysis of data from case studies and formula calculations
  • Position calculation exercises & review of general guidelines
  • Global simplification of GD&T
GD&T boundary comparisons
  • Reduction of symbology (14 symbols down to 3)
  • Preview of GD&T Level III: Advanced Applications & Analysis
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http://www.gagesite.com/gdt-intermediate-principles-p-3300634.html
5/7/2019Metrología de par torsional básica (para calibración de herramientas), Querétaro, MexicoEste es un curso teórico-práctico que presenta los aspectos relevantes de la metrología de par torsional, tales como las formas y métodos de medir esta magnitud, los diferentes tipos de instrumentos de medición utilizados, así como los patrones empleados para la calibración de esos instrumentos. Se incluye información general para el proceso de calibración bajo la norma específica. El curso incluye el análisis y la estimación de incertidumbre en la calibración de un equipo de par torsional comúnmente utilizado (torquímetro).

Objetivo:
Se conocerán los diferentes tipos de instrumentos de medición de par torsional (PT) y los principios básicos de la magnitud, conocerá los diferentes métodos de medición y calibración de los instrumentos de medición de par torsional y la normatividad utilizada para ello. Comprenderá el concepto de incertidumbre y la forma de cómo estimarla en la medición o calibración de instrumentos de medición de par torsional. Realizará prácticas de calibración.
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http://www.cenam.mx/cursos/
5/7/2019Calibración de instrumentos para la medición de densidad de líquidos: hidrómetros y densímetros de tipo oscilatorio, Querétaro, MexicoEste es un curso teórico-práctico que presenta las principales características de densímetros tipo oscilatorio e hidrómetros, así como su aplicación como instrumento de medición o patrón de densidad.

Durante el curso, se realizarán prácticas de calibración de densímetros de inmersión (Hidrómetro), densímetro tipo oscilatorio (estación de trabajo), se identificarán las principales fuentes de incertidumbre que se deben de considerar cuando se calibran este tipo de instrumentos.

Al finalizar el curso:
  • Se tendrá el conocimiento de la aplicación y calibración de densímetros de inmersión y densímetros tipo oscilatorio (estación de trabajo) y sus diferentes usos.
  • Realizar prácticas de calibración con densímetros de inmersión y densímetros tipo oscilatorio.
  • Identificar y cuantificar las principales fuentes de incertidumbre en la calibración y medición con este tipo de medidores de densidad de líquidos.
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http://www.cenam.mx/cursos/
5/8/2019ISO/IEC 17025 2017 Training Course, Bangkok, ThailandThe APLAC Training Committee is holding one 3 day training course on ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for members from 8 to 10 May 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand.

Training is being hosted by BLA-DSS, Thailand and is being held at Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square, 392/44, Siam Square Soi 6, Pathumwan, 10330 Bangkok.

The training course is open to all APLAC members interested in accreditation and is suitable for staff members who are responsible for developing and implementing systems to comply with ISO/IEC 17025. Training is designed to enable participants to have a better understanding of the revisions to ISO/IEC 17025. The training requires active participation of all attendees.
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http://aplac.org/event/iso-iec-17025-2017-training-course/
5/8/2019Dimensional Measurement, Port Melbourne, AustraliaThis two-day course (9 am to 5 pm) presents a comprehensive overview of the fundamental principles in dimensional metrology and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing.
Knowledge and Skills:
The course will provide you with the knowledge and skills:
     to use traditional gauges and dimensional measuring equipment
     to understand and apply the fundamental principles of 3D coordinate metrology
     to understand and interpret geometric dimensioning and tolerancing symbols in order to perform appropriate      measurements
     to identify and minimise the various sources of error that can arise in dimensional metrology
Topics:
The topics covered include:
     the use and calibration of gauge blocks, micrometers, digital callipers and dial indicators
     geometric dimensioning and tolerancing concepts, rules and symbols, the interpretation of tolerance frames
     datums, coordinate systems, types of probes, probing strategies, getting the most from a CMM and non-contact (optical)      measurements
     the effects of temperature, abbe error, cosine error and aliasing
     surface roughness and filtering
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http://shop.measurement.gov.au/collections/physical-metrology-training/products/dimensional-measurement?variant=20033971331
5/9/2019Integrated Quality Management, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaLearn how to integrate quality management into your organization’s processes. You’ll leave this course with a draft action plan customized to fit the needs of your business. These concepts are applicable to a wide range of industries including manufacturing, service, education, and healthcare.

Quality management just makes sense. You need to know how to make it a part of your organization. In this course, you'll review advanced quality management principles, best practice techniques, tools, and skills. You'll find these concepts useful in a wide range of businesses and organizations including manufacturing, service, government, education, and healthcare. The course uses adult learning principles including Discovery Learning techniques, small group work, self assessments, articles, and mini-case study reviews. You will create a list of key areas for improvement and develop a draft action plan that you can finalize back on the job.This two-day virtual course provides you with a comprehensive review and working knowledge of key concepts and practices included in the following:ASQ's Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence Body of Knowledge ASQ's Certified Quality Improvement Associate Body of Knowledge The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Performance Excellence Criteria
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http://asq.org/training/integrated-quality-management-iqm
5/9/2019GD&T - Advanced Applications, Plymouth, MinnesotaCourse outline:
In-depth analysis & implications of advanced ASME Y14.5 principles
  • Multiple feature patterns used to define a single datum & negative implications of using "non-functional" surfaces as datum features
  • 3D analysis of composite position callouts in relationship to multiple hole patterns defined as single datums
  • Calculations for determining allowable position tolerance for floating and fixed fastener designs
  • Positioning holes and patterns of holes at "zero tolerance" for optimizing manufacturability and critical cost reductions
  • Positioning functional coaxial cylinders from independent datum features vs. to each other and defined as compound datum features
  • Boundary principles used with profile for non-cylindrical shapes
  • Contoured surfaces as datum features
  • Mathematical definitions and implications of ASME Y14.5.1M-1994
  • Surface roughness implications for features of size and form constraints
  • Optimization strategies in applications and analysis of design, manufacturing, and measurement
Common error implications of dimensioning & tolerancing of tooling and functional gaging, based on product designs
  • Negative implications of common incorrect measurement procedures on CMMs and procedures to resolve/minimize problems
  • Profile definitions and boundary implications in corner transition areas
  • Uncertainty implications of ASME Y14.5 and transformation/development efforts that affect all technical areas
  • Chracterization of physical-to-functional heirarchies and the importance of this analysis to realizing optimum functional intent
  • Examination of students' drawings with an eye toward making them clearer so as to optimize design intent and maximize ROI
  • Advanced tolerancing development within ASME Y14.5
Extension principles for datums used in non-standard designs
  • Complex 3D profile geometry and tolerance boundaries
  • Critical simplification of ASME Y14.5
  • Statistical tolerancing
  • Implications of GD&T for Six-sigma initiatives and product reliability
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http://www.gagesite.com/gdt-advanced-applications-p-3300635.html
5/12/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor, Abu Dhabi, U.A.ELearn everything you need to know about ISO/IEC 17025 laboratory accreditation. We’ll take you through every stage of the certification journey on our ISO/IEC 17025 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor training course. Start with a detailed overview of the standard and its requirements. And discover how to meet these in your laboratory by implementing an ISO/IEC 17025 quality control system. Our experts will also explain auditing techniques so you can maintain accreditation by monitoring, assessing and improving performance.
Learning Objectives:
  • The requirements and scope of the ISO/IEC 17025 standard
  • How to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025
  • The principles and application of quality control
  • Understand the laboratory accreditation process
  • How to monitor and continually improve quality control processes
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http://www.bsigroup.com/en-AE/Our-services/Training-courses/Laboratory-Accreditation-ISOIEC-17025-training/ISOIEC-17025-Introduction-Implementation-and-Internal-Auditing/
5/13/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for Testing and Calibration Labs, Delhi, IndiaLearn about the updated ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard.
Significant Updates to the new ISO/IEC 17025:2017
The course will present the major new changes to ISO/IEC Standard 17025:2017 as follows:
     ISO standard update process
     The new standard structure
     The major changes in the standard
     Changes in terminology
     Expected changes in Management System Documentation
     Effective transition policies to new standard
     Expected transition dates to new standard
Complete Overview
Receive a complete overview of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 with valuable insights and tools to help you implement the requirements of the standard. See the detailed Course Outline/Syllabus here. More ⇒
http://www.iasonline.org/training/testing-cal-labs/
5/14/2019Dimensional Measurement Training: Level 1 - Measurement User, INSPHERE Ltd, Bristol, United KingdomA three day training course introducing dimensional metrology, the importance of good measurement practice and the right measurement behaviours.
Aims & Objectives
  • To provide underpinning knowledge and expertise in using measurement tools and an appreciation of the importance of measurement
  • The deliver practical training for people who are required to use dimensional measurement techniques to complete their daily tasks
  • To instil and encourage a questioning culture
Benefits to the learner:
  • To understand the importance of using the correct measurement tools for varying applications
  • Give delegates a sense of responsibility for the measurement process and its practical application
  • Hands-on experience of why measurement is critical to the entire manufacturing engineering process
  • To encourage learners to develop a measurement strategy in the workplace
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http://www.npl.co.uk/commercial-services/products-and-services/training/training-courses/dimensional-measurement-training-level-1-measurement-user/
5/14/2019Contact Thermometry - Training Course, Aarhus, DenmarkGet the practical and theoretical aspects of temperature measurements, calibration and maintenance with emphasis on methods and guidelines for designing calibrations and measurements that you can use immediately at your workplace. Measurements are the basis of all commercial decisions and the associated uncertainty is an assessment of the risk of making wrong decisions based on our measurements. Temperature is one of the most commonly measured parameters in the key sectors in the industry such as medicine, meteorology and technology, and in everyday life. The primary aim of this course is to provide information that enables the users to choose the right equipment and methods meeting their needs, recognize faulty thermometers and to install and use thermometers correctly. All concepts at the course are treated in a practical and pragmatic matter ensuring direct knowledge to value. The course covers the practical and theoretical aspects of temperature measurements, calibration and maintenance with emphasis on methods and guidelines for designing calibrations and measurements that you can use immediately at your workplace. It is designed to be highly interactive to enable you to benefi t from the experience of the other participants. There will be a number of demonstrations, hands-on exercises, theoretical examples and exercises. The course will give you a clear step-by-step approach with practical examples and techniques covering the whole process from i.e. analyzing-system requirements.

After the course you will have obtained:
  • An understanding of operation of temperature sensors, especially thermocouples, resistance and liquid-in-glass thermometers
  • Experience with suitable processes for calibrating and using temperature measurement equipment
  • An insight needed to identify sources of error that affect the measurements and tips and tricks in order to recognize problems
  • Development of practical skills through hands-on exercises.
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http://www.dti.dk/specialists/contact-thermometry-training-course/k27663
5/15/2019Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty (EMU 101), Frederick, MarylandIntroduction to Measurement Uncertainty (EMU 101), http://www.a2la.org/events/introduction-to-measurement-uncertainty-emu-101 This course is a suitable introduction for both calibration and testing laboratory participants, focusing on the concepts and mathematics of the measurement uncertainty evaluation process. The participant will gain an understanding of the statistical techniques required to estimate measurement uncertainty, and will practice those skills to create basic uncertainty budgets.

Course Content
  • Introduction:
    • The requirement for uncertainty estimates.
    • Uncertainty References, Definitions, The GUM; and other more user-friendly material.
  • Mathematics:
    • Significant digits, scientific notation, and units conversion.
    • Basic statistics used in the GUM.
  • Estimating Uncertainties:
    • Type A and Type B methods.
    • Distributions, confidence levels, standard deviation.
    • Distributions and Applying corrections.
    • Outside limit estimates.
    • How many measurements (sample size).
    • Combination of uncertainties.
    • Correlated vs. uncorrelated.
    • Expanded uncertainty; and confidence intervals.
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http://www.a2la.org/events/introduction-to-measurement-uncertainty-emu-101
5/15/2019Uncertainty of Measurement for Labs, Delhi, IndiaEvaluation and Estimation of Uncertainties of Measurement. Introduction to metrology principles, examples and practical exercises. The training includes case studies and discussions, with application of statistical components in practical examples that are frequently encountered by testing laboratories. See the detailed Course Outline/Syllabus here.

LEARN KEY APPLICATIONS IN THE STANDARD:
     Perform measurement uncertainty calculations that meet your needs and satisfy accreditation requirements.
     Work through examples of uncertainties in calibration and testing.
     Understand Calibration & Measurement Capability (CMC) as applied to the accreditation process.
     Distinguish between and correctly interpret terms used in calibration and uncertainty.
     Compare and learn how “Measurement Uncertainty” scores over “Accuracy.”
     Understand what random and systematic uncertainties are and how they occur.
     Understand confidence limits and coverage factor.
     Learn to use a technique of combining random and systematics to get combined uncertainty.
     Develop an uncertainty budget.
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http://www.iasonline.org/training/uncertainty-of-measurement/
5/15/2019Laboratory Quality Management, Auckland, New ZealandThe provision of reliable and timely information is critical in the modern testing laboratory environment. It is vital that well documented quality management systems and validated testing procedures are effectively implemented and the laboratory is operated by well-trained and competent staff. This three-day course is particularly suited for staff new to a laboratory environment. It gives participants guidance and training in the skills needed to develop and implement an effective laboratory quality management system. The course is based on NZS ISO/IEC 17025:2018, the standard used for accrediting laboratories in New Zealand.

Upon completion of the course you will have gained knowledge and an understanding of:
      Quality management concepts and culture The elements of NZS ISO/IEC 17025
      The development & the role of international standards
      Method selection and validation
      Selection, training and supervision of staff
      Equipment management and calibration
      Analytical variation and the uncertainty of measurement
      Test records and reports
      The accreditation process including signatory approval
      The development, documentation and implementation of quality systems.
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http://www.nzqc.co.nz/courses/laboratory-quality-management
5/16/2019Applied Measurement Uncertainty for Calibration Laboratories, Frederick, MarylandDuring this workshop, the participant will be introduced to several tools and techniques that can be applied in the testing laboratory environment to efficiently and effectively create measurement uncertainty budgets which comply with ISO/IEC 17025 requirements. The tools presented are generic in nature such that they may be applied in a variety of testing laboratories.

Course Content
  • Metrology terminology and definitions.
  • Requirements for metrological traceability.
  • Statistical applications using Microsoft Excel.
  • The uncertainty estimation process.
  • Repeatability and reproducibility methods.
  • Development of the test uncertainty budget.
  • Understanding and reporting measurement uncertainty in test reports.
After successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  1. Discuss the concepts within the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty of Measurement (The GUM);
  2. List and define the contributors for testing laboratory measurement uncertainty estimates;
  3. Determine how contributors are considered for inclusion in the uncertainty budget; and
  4. Build a basic Test Measurement Uncertainty Budget.
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http://www.a2la.org/events/applied-measurement-uncertainty-for-testing-laboratories-emu-201
5/20/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Denver, ColoradoThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
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http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
5/20/2019Metrología y estimación de la incertidumbre de medición en dureza por el método Rockwell (HR), Querétaro, MexicoLa dureza caracteriza la deformación local concentrada en un pequeño volumen de la superficie exterior, de un material y representa la resistencia que opone el material al tratar de ser rayado o penetrado por otro. La dureza está relacionada directamente con las propiedades elásticas y plásticas de un material; esta relación hace que las pruebas de dureza tengan una importancia fundamental desde el punto de vista práctico. Existen varios métodos para determinar la dureza por resistencia a la penetración, los de mayor aplicación en la industria son Rockwell.
Objetivos:
  • Analizar la nueva definición de dureza.
  • Comprender el fundamento físico de los métodos de medición de dureza.
  • Conocer y analizar los últimos cambios en las normas internacionales.
  • Aprender y aplicar los procedimientos para la ejecución de las pruebas de dureza.
  • Practicar la calibración de medidores de dureza en el laboratorio.
  • Estimar el valor de la incertidumbre en las mediciones de dureza.
  • Conocer la metodología para la calibración de bloques de referencia.
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5/21/2019Metrología dimensional industrial, Querétaro, MexicoEn este curso se aborda las principales características de los instrumentos de medición de longitud, así como las estrategias para una medición de longitud confiable. Se dan algunos consejos para conseguir una medición útil al problema de mediciones cotidianas en la industria y en los laboratorios de calibración. Se abordan también los requisitos normativos que un laboratorio de calibración deben demostrar ante un organismo acreditador.

Objetivos:
Que los participantes conozcan y apliquen los fundamentos de la metrología dimensional, así como los principales conocimientos para la estimación de la incertidumbre en las mediciones y los requisitos generales que debe cumplir un laboratorio de calibración en el área de longitud, para demostrar confiabilidad en sus servicios.
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5/21/2019Diplomado en termometría de radiación - Módulos 2 Medición en termometría de radiación, Querétaro, MexicoDirigido A:
Personal dedicado a la medición, calibración o evaluación técnica en termometría de radiación.
Nota: Es recomendable traer computadora personal para realizar cálculos.

Contenido:
  • La Escala Internacional de Temperatura de 1990 (EIT-90).
  • Relación de T90 con T.
  • Uso de la información del certificado de calibración.
  • Temperaturas debajo del PS Ag: Ecuación de interpolación de Sakuma-Hattori y obtención de los coeficientes A, B y C.
  • Temperaturas arriba del PS Ag: Ecuación de extrapolación.
  • Corrección de error por incompatibilidad del valor de emisividad de la superficie con la de operación del termómetro.
  • Magnitudes de influencia del termómetro de radiación.
  • Efecto de tamaño de fuente.
  • Respuesta espectral.
  • Linealidad.
  • Deriva.
  • Magnitudes de influencia en el montaje experimental de medición.
  • Absorción.
  • Radiación extraviada.
  • Transmitancia del medio.
  • Temperatura ambiental.
  • Resultado de la medición.
  • Análisis de incertidumbre
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5/23/2019Thermoplastics: Characterization by Thermal Analysis, WebinarThermal analysis is an excellent method for identifying and characterizing thermoplastics because their properties are strongly dependent on temperature. Thermoplastics soften on heating and can be molded into thousands of different shapes using methods such as injection molding or extrusion. Providing decomposition does not occur, the cycle of heating, molding, and cooling can be repeated very many times. This behavior distinguishes thermoplastics from elastomers or thermosets, which have are molded by means of an irreversible chemical reaction. Among the most widely used thermoplastics are polyethylene, (PE), polypropylene, (PP), and polyesters such as polyethylene terephthalate, (PET). More ⇒http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/thermal-analysis-of-thermoplastics.html
5/23/2019Uncertainty of Measurement, Coventry, United KingdomDrawing on experience of training skills of estimating uncertainty of measurement to more than two thousand testing and calibration practitioners over the years, this course aims to provide delegates with an appreciation of the concept of uncertainty of measurement in both a testing and calibration environment, and uses a combination of lectures and interactive exercises and demonstrations to take delegates through the process of calculating uncertainties.
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5/23/2019Preparation for Laboratory Accreditation, UKAS Head Office, Staines, United KingdomThe course covers the key aspects associated with the accreditation process and provides laboratory personnel preparing for accreditation and initial assessment with important information regarding ISO/IEC 17025.
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5/28/2019Metrología básica de presión, Querétaro, MexicoLa medición de presión es muy amplia y cubre campos que van desde la medición de presiones muy pequeñas en procesos de alimentos o medicamentos, pasando por la medición de presión atmosférica en el campo de la meteorología, la medición de la presión diferencial en cuartos limpios y medición de flujo de fluidos en un tubo, la medición de presión como una propiedad termodinámica en centros de investigación hasta la medición de presión en innumerables número de procesos de ámbito industrial.

Objetivos:
  1. Presentar los principales aspectos de la metrología de presión, así como los instrumentos más usuales encontrados en la industria y utilizados por los laboratorios secundarios de calibración.
  2. Dar a conocer un procedimiento general de calibración de manómetros. Al finalizar el curso, se tendrá el conocimiento de la aplicación de cada tipo de manómetro y se obtendrán las herramientas necesarias para llevar a cabo la calibración de manómetros así como la estimación de la incertidumbre para la medición y/o calibración de un manómetro o transductor.
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5/29/2019Estimación de Incertidumbres en Propiedades Termofísicas 1. Teoría, Querétaro, MexicoEn este curso se describe el método de la GUM para estimar la incertidumbre en mediciones de propiedades termofísicas, humedad relativa y contenido de humedad. Adicionalmente, se da una introducción del método de Monte Carlo para la medición de las magnitudes descritas.

Objetivos:
Identificar y evaluar las principales fuentes de incertidumbre presentes en la medición y calibración de medidores de humedad y propiedades termofísicas, y con ellas realizar la propagación de la incertidumbre correspondiente mediante el método de la GUM y por el método de Monte Carlo.
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5/29/2019Calibration and Measurement Fundamentals, Perth, AustraliaThis one-day fully interactive course (9 am to 5 pm) covers general metrological terms, definitions and explains practical concept applications involved in calibration and measurements. The course is recommended for technical officers and laboratory technicians working in all industry sectors who are involved in making measurements and calibration process.

The course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to:
     develop an understanding of calibration and measurement fundamentals
     understand how to interpret the information on calibration reports
     evaluate whether equipment is fit-for-purpose
     evaluate the suitability of in-house checks on reference equipment
The topics covered include:
     metrological definitions and terms
     common measurement parameters and influence factors
     measurement strategy and principles of measurement
     the importance of calibration to measurement
     traceability concept
     calibration vs adjustment
     practical application of measurement uncertainty
     in-house checks on reference equipment
     test data analysis
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http://shop.measurement.gov.au/collections/physical-metrology-training/products/calibration-and-measurement-fundamentals?variant=40071710787
5/31/2019C-RMAP Tutorial 1: Balance and Scale Calibration and Uncertainties, Lake Mary, FloridaThis NIST Balance Calibration and Uncertainties Seminar covers the calibration and use of analytical weighing instruments (balances and laboratory/bench-top scales), including sources of weighing errors in analytical environments, methodologies for quantifying the errors, and computation of balance calibration uncertainty and global (user) uncertainty. Attention will be given to error sources, selection of reference standards, and various calibration procedures used in the weighing industry. Approximately 50 percent of the time will be spent doing hands-on exercises, calibrating a variety of balances, accumulating data, and developing uncertainty budgets. The focus will then move to the use of balances in an analytical environment and regulatory environment where compliance with pharmaceutical (FDA/ USP) and international requirements will be discussed and practiced. Methodologies for process measurement assurance techniques in analytical weighing will also be covered. Participants will leave with a working skill-set of balance calibration methods, uncertainty estimation, measurement assurance concepts & minimum sample quantity computations that can be applied directly to their calibration and/or use of weighing instruments. This NIST Seminar is designed for beginner to advanced users of balances, metrologists, ISO/IEC 17025 assessors and accreditation bodies, or calibration managers wanting a better understanding of balances and associated uncertainties in organizations where analytical weighing is an integral part of operations. All participants will receive a USB stick with a comprehensive collection of national and international references and documents.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this seminar, using your references and notes, you will be able to:
  • Summarize the principles and concepts of Measurement Traceability, Measurement Assurance, and Measurement Uncertainty.
  • Explain the interrelationships between traceability, measurement assurance, and measurement uncertainty.
  • Select the appropriate reference standards for the calibration of weighing instruments.
  • Select the appropriate international or national method/procedure for the calibration and/or use of weighing instruments in the ISO/IEC 17025 or Regulatory environment.
  • Describe the NIST Eight-Step Process of Measurement Uncertainty Estimation.
  • Construct a procedure or outline for a balance calibration.
  • Brainstorm, categorize and quantify potential error sources and uncertainty contributors to weighing devices.
  • Develop a basic uncertainty budget for weighing devices that is validated with the principles of measurement assurance.
  • Estimate the minimum sample quantify for weighing instruments.
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http://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2019/05/5579-c-rmap-tutorial-1-balance-and-scale-calibration-and-uncertainties
5/31/2019C-RMAP Tutorial 3: Hands-on Workshop on Assessing and Reporting Measurement Uncertainty, Lake Mary, FloridaThis workshop on uncertainty evaluation will describe the statistical framework and methods needed to develop uncertainty statements based on the JCGM Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement. Methods for uncertainty estimation will be illustrated with practical examples from different metrological areas. The workshop will also include hands-on examples to be analyzed by the participants in class. The hands-on examples will be analyzed using propagation of uncertainty formulas and metRology.xls, a software package that makes open-source tools for statistical metrology from the statistics software R available via Microsoft Excel using RExcel and statconnDCOM.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
  • DESCRIBE the uncertainty estimation process for various areas of metrology;
  • ANALYZE hands-on examples of uncertainty budgets using Excel, R, RExcel, and statconnDCOM software;
  • COMPLETE more advanced approaches to estimating and calculating uncertainties for calibrations.
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5/31/2019C-RMAP Tutorial 4: Certified Calibration Technician Preparation Seminar, Lake Mary, FloridaThis 3-day Certified Calibration Technician (CCT) Exam Refresher Workshop (May 31, June 1-2, 2019) prepares the prospective candidate on taking ASQ CCT the exam. The CCT Body of Knowledge (BoK) as outlined will be covered during the workshop, including practice questions and relevant discussion. The Calibration Technician examination is a one-part, 125-question (multiple-choice), four-hour open book exam covering the following topics:
  • General Metrology (35 Questions)
  • Measurement Systems (22 Questions)
  • Calibration Systems (33 Questions)
  • Uncertainty and Applied Mathematics (20 Questions)
  • Quality Systems (15 Questions) Since 1968, when the first ASQ (American Society for Quality)
certification exam was given, more than 500,000 individuals have become certified through ASQ, including many who have attained more than one certification. In addition, an increasing number of companies have formally recognized ASQ's certifications as verification of an individual's knowledge of quality theory and techniques.
Learning Objectives:
After participating in CCT Exam Refresher Workshop, the attendee will have:
  • Practiced sample questions to provide insight into the exam.
  • Prepared to answer questions from the CCT BoK.
  • Time management insight for taking the exam.
  • Insight into Evaluating the exam questions to choose the correct answer through class interaction.
  • Determined right reference(s) to bring to the open book exam.
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6/4/2019Laboratory Internal Audit, Coventry, United KingdomAll laboratories need to carry out an internal audit of their business processes and performance of tests and calibrations to ensure delivery of a competent service to their clients. An accredited laboratory needs to check not only that laboratory personnel at all levels are implementing the prescribed processes but also that its systems and practices are compatible with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025.

The course aims to help delegates gain a sound understanding of the internal audit process and its value to management. This interactive course allows delegates to gain confidence in performing an internal audit through role-play. Click here to download a course programme.
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6/5/2019Pressure Measurement, Port Melbourne, AustraliaThis two-day course (9 am to 5 pm each day) covers essential knowledge of the calibration and use of a wide range of pressure measuring instruments, their principles of operation and potential sources of error — it incorporates extensive hands-on practical exercises.
Knowledge and Skills:
The course will provide you with the knowledge and skills:
     to understand the principles of operation of a variety of pressure measuring instruments
     to understand the processes involved in the use and calibration of pressure equipment
     to identify the various sources of error that affect pressure measurements
Topics:
The topics covered include:
     introduction to pressure measurement
     traceability and international standards
     vacuum pressure measurement
     pressure transducers and calibrators
     barometry, manometry and liquid columns
     differential and gauge pressure measurement
     the piston gauge and its use
     high pressure
     estimating measurement uncertainty
     the use of uncertainties given in NATA-endorsed reports
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6/9/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor, Dubai, U.A.E.Learn everything you need to know about ISO/IEC 17025 laboratory accreditation. We’ll take you through every stage of the certification journey on our ISO/IEC 17025 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor training course. Start with a detailed overview of the standard and its requirements. And discover how to meet these in your laboratory by implementing an ISO/IEC 17025 quality control system. Our experts will also explain auditing techniques so you can maintain accreditation by monitoring, assessing and improving performance.
Learning Objectives:
  • The requirements and scope of the ISO/IEC 17025 standard
  • How to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025
  • The principles and application of quality control
  • Understand the laboratory accreditation process
  • How to monitor and continually improve quality control processes
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http://www.bsigroup.com/en-AE/Our-services/Training-courses/Laboratory-Accreditation-ISOIEC-17025-training/ISOIEC-17025-Introduction-Implementation-and-Internal-Auditing/
6/10/2019Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty (EMU 101), Frederick, MarylandThis course is a suitable introduction for both calibration and testing laboratory participants, focusing on the concepts and mathematics of the measurement uncertainty evaluation process. The participant will gain an understanding of the statistical techniques required to estimate measurement uncertainty, and will practice those skills to create basic uncertainty budgets.

Course Content
  • Introduction:
    • The requirement for uncertainty estimates.
    • Uncertainty References, Definitions, The GUM; and other more user-friendly material.
  • Mathematics:
    • Significant digits, scientific notation, and units conversion.
    • Basic statistics used in the GUM.
  • Estimating Uncertainties:
    • Type A and Type B methods.
    • Distributions, confidence levels, standard deviation.
    • Distributions and Applying corrections.
    • Outside limit estimates.
    • How many measurements (sample size).
    • Combination of uncertainties.
    • Correlated vs. uncorrelated.
    • Expanded uncertainty; and confidence intervals.
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6/11/2019Applied Measurement Uncertainty for Calibration Laboratories, Frederick, MarylandDuring this workshop, the participant will be introduced to several tools and techniques that can be applied in the testing laboratory environment to efficiently and effectively create measurement uncertainty budgets which comply with ISO/IEC 17025 requirements. The tools presented are generic in nature such that they may be applied in a variety of testing laboratories.

Course Content
  • Metrology terminology and definitions.
  • Requirements for metrological traceability.
  • Statistical applications using Microsoft Excel.
  • The uncertainty estimation process.
  • Repeatability and reproducibility methods.
  • Development of the test uncertainty budget.
  • Understanding and reporting measurement uncertainty in test reports.
After successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  1. Discuss the concepts within the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty of Measurement (The GUM);
  2. List and define the contributors for testing laboratory measurement uncertainty estimates;
  3. Determine how contributors are considered for inclusion in the uncertainty budget; and
  4. Build a basic Test Measurement Uncertainty Budget.
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http://www.a2la.org/events/applied-measurement-uncertainty-for-testing-laboratories-emu-201
6/17/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), San Diego, CaliforniaThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
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http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
6/17/2019MET-101 Basic Hands-On Metrology, Everett, WashingtonThis course introduces the student to basic measurement concepts, basic electronics related to measurement instruments and math used in calibration. We will also teach various techniques used to make good measurements using calibration equipment. The student will be competent to make measurements after passing the final exam. Attendees of this course should have a basic understanding of math, algebra, physics and science. Some hands-on experience in plant process maintenance, process calibration or meter calibration is helpful but not required.

Course topics:
  • Introduction to measurement
  • Safety in the cal lab
  • Math for the calibration specialist
  • Basic electronics for metrology
  • Working and secondary standards
  • Lab instrumentation and precautions
  • Environmental impact on measurement uncertainty
  • Understanding and using instrumentation specifications
  • Important considerations regarding cables, connectors, and adapters
  • What is a "guard" and when to use it
  • Digital multimeters calibration principles
  • Basic thermometry calibration principles
  • Basic pressure calibration methods and techniques
  • Handheld scope calibration considerations and concerns
  • Documentary quality standards and the calibration professional
  • Course exam
    MET-101 Basic Hands-On Metrology Course Outline (166.1 KB)
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6/18/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for Testing and Calibration Labs, Brea, California, USALearn about the updated ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard.
Significant Updates to the new ISO/IEC 17025:2017
The course will present the major new changes to ISO/IEC 17025:2017 as follows:
     ISO standard update process
     The new standard structure
     The major changes in the standard
     Changes in terminology
     Expected changes in Management System Documentation
     Effective transition policies to new standard
     Expected transition dates to new standard
     Complete Overview
Receive a complete overview of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 with valuable insights and tools to help you implement the requirements of the standard. See the detailed Course Outline/Syllabus here.
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6/18/2019Dimensional Measurement Training: Level 2 - Measurement Applier, INSPHERE Ltd, Bristol, United KingdomA four day training course building on the knowledge and measurement principles gained through the Level 1 training course.
Aims & Objectives
  • To provide knowledge and expertise in the application of measurement
  • To enable organisations to save time and money through the implementation of best measurement practice
  • To encourage a planning culture
Benefits to the learner
  • Application of the fundamental principles of geometrical product specification and measurement tools
  • To understand the fundamental principles of calibration
  • To apply fundamental measurement calculations
  • Respond to measurement results and related uncertainty
  • Communicate, question and plan the measurement process
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6/20/2019Uncertainty of Measurement for Labs, Brea, CaliforniaEvaluation and Estimation of Uncertainties of Measurement. Introduction to metrology principles, examples and practical exercises. The training includes case studies and discussions, with application of statistical components in practical examples that are frequently encountered by testing laboratories. See the detailed Course Outline/Syllabus here.

LEARN KEY APPLICATIONS IN THE STANDARD:
     Perform measurement uncertainty calculations that meet your needs and satisfy accreditation requirements.
     Work through examples of uncertainties in calibration and testing.
     Understand Calibration & Measurement Capability (CMC) as applied to the accreditation process.
     Distinguish between and correctly interpret terms used in calibration and uncertainty.
     Compare and learn how “Measurement Uncertainty” scores over “Accuracy.”
     Understand what random and systematic uncertainties are and how they occur.
     Understand confidence limits and coverage factor.
     Learn to use a technique of combining random and systematics to get combined uncertainty.
     Develop an uncertainty budget.
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6/20/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Lincoln, Rhode IslandThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
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http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
6/27/2019Calibration of Weights and Balances, Lindfield, AustraliaThis one-day course (9 am to 5 pm) covers the theory and practice of the calibration of weights and balances. It incorporates hands-on practical exercises to demonstrate adjustment features and the effects of static, magnetism, vibration and draughts on balance performance.
Knowledge and Skills:
The course will provide you with the knowledge and skills:
     to understand the principles of calibration of weights and balances
     to identify various sources of error that affect the calibration of weights and balances
Topics:
The topics covered include:
     general principles of mass measurement
     air buoyancy and conventional mass
     effects of the laboratory environment
     care and handling of weights
     calibration of electronic balances
     balance adjustment features
     user checks on balances
     reporting calibration data
     estimating measurement uncertainty
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6/27/2019Thermal Analysis of Nanomaterials, WebinarIn the webinar titled "Thermal Analysis of Nanomaterials", we describe a number of techniques and methods that can be used to characterize these materials and their effects. Nanomaterials have very diverse properties, these are made use of in many applications. For example, inefficient or unfavorable chemical reactions can sometimes be improved by means of catalysts. Catalytic activity is usually increased with nanoparticles because of their greatly increased surface area. Mechanical properties can also be changed using nanoparticles. This is done by mixing a certain amount of nanoparticles in with the bulk material, which then changes the mechanical properties of the matrix. More ⇒http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/thermal-analysis-of-nanomaterials.html
7/2/2019NZS ISO/IEC 17025 for Laboratory Managers and IANZ Technical Assessors, Auckland, New ZealandThe international standard NZS ISO/IEC 17025 is the primary criteria for IANZ accreditation of testing and calibration laboratories

This standard sets out the criteria for laboratories wishing to demonstrate that they are technically competent, operate an effective quality system and are able to generate technically valid calibration and test results.

This course is for laboratory managers, IANZ approved Signatories and Technical Assessors who wish to:
      Understand the requirements of the standard and the latest updates so that implementation will proceed smoothly
      Refresh their knowledge of the general requirements for IANZ Laboratory Accreditation.
      Understand the process of assessing against this standard.
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7/2/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Awareness, Manchester, United KingdomThis course aims to provide an awareness of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. In particular how the business processes of individual laboratories may be informed and enhanced in meeting its requirements. The course focuses from a personal perspective, reflecting primarily on the structure, resource, process, management and general requirements. The course will enable delegates to gain an awareness of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and its function as a framework for demonstrating competence and to gain an understanding of conformity - all of which is achieved through a combination of presentations, exercises and discussion.
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7/8/2019MC-206 Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing, Everett, WashingtonIn this five-day Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing course, you will learn to configure MET/CAL® software to create, edit, and maintain calibration solutions, projects and procedures. Acquire the knowledge to program more effectively in the MET/CAL® language using all the features of the software. The majority of the class time is spent in hands-on development of MET/CAL® procedures and reports The Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing course is designed for cal lab personnel who have hands-on experience with the operation of MET/CAL® software prior to attending the class.

Course topics:
  • Basic operation of MET/CAL® software
  • Adding standards
  • Using non-reference standards
  • Running reports
  • Customizing the run prompts
  • Overview of the Function Selection Codes (FSC)
  • Examples of MATH and LIB FSCs
  • Examples of IEEE, SCPI and PORT FSCs
  • Establishing uncertainty in MET/CAL®software
  • Complete a working procedure for a Fluke handheld DMM
  • Test your procedure using a Fluke calibrator
  • Full results table
  • Examples of uncertainty in a procedure
  • Using Crystal Reports
    MC-206 Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing Course Outline (190.58 KB)
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7/9/2019Dimensional Measurement Training: Level 1 - Measurement User, INSPHERE Ltd, Bristol, United KingdomA three day training course introducing dimensional metrology, the importance of good measurement practice and the right measurement behaviours.
Aims & Objectives
  • To provide underpinning knowledge and expertise in using measurement tools and an appreciation of the importance of measurement
  • The deliver practical training for people who are required to use dimensional measurement techniques to complete their daily tasks
  • To instil and encourage a questioning culture
Benefits to the learner:
  • To understand the importance of using the correct measurement tools for varying applications
  • Give delegates a sense of responsibility for the measurement process and its practical application
  • Hands-on experience of why measurement is critical to the entire manufacturing engineering process
  • To encourage learners to develop a measurement strategy in the workplace
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http://www.npl.co.uk/commercial-services/products-and-services/training/training-courses/dimensional-measurement-training-level-1-measurement-user/
7/16/2019Uncertainty of Measurement, Denham Grove, Uxbridge, United KingdomDrawing on experience of training skills of estimating uncertainty of measurement to more than two thousand testing and calibration practitioners over the years, this course aims to provide delegates with an appreciation of the concept of uncertainty of measurement in both a testing and calibration environment, and uses a combination of lectures and interactive exercises and demonstrations to take delegates through the process of calculating uncertainties.
Click here to download a course programme.
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http://www.ukas.com/booking-course/?id=OTI2Mg==
7/16/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Grayslake, IllinoisThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
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http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
7/22/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Houston, TexasThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
    More ⇒
http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
7/29/2019Appalachian Gas Measurement Short Course, Robert Morris University, Moon Township, PennsylvaniaThe Appalachian Gas Measurement Short Course (AGMSC) is an annual conference providing an opportunity for anyone associated with Gas Measurement to learn from industry vendors and in lectures and hands-on classes. Whether you are new to the industry or have many years of experience, the AGMSC offers classes which add to the knowledge of technicians, engineers, supervisors, field support workers, government regulators, accountants, marketers, vendors and many others.

The goal of the AGMSC is to provide affordable, high quality training to anyone involved in the measurement, regulation and control of natural gas. Our instructors are experienced industry volunteers who are willing to share their knowledge with you. The Short Course also provides an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas and share information with your industry peers. Through the years, the Short Course has contributed substantially to advancing the art and science of gas measurement and pressure regulation in the gas industry. Papers presented at the Short Course are published in manuals and provide a valuable reference source. The Appalachian Gas Measurement Short Course remains one of the most highly regarded educational forums of any kind in the Natural Gas industry. More ⇒
http://www.agmsc.org/
7/30/2019Introduction to Propulsion Simulation Using NPSS Short Course, San Antonio, TexasThis introductory course is divided into seven modules that cover the basic concepts and features of NPSS. Each module is accompanied by hands-on exercises. After completing the course, the student will be able to create and run system models using the NPSS® software. The course is intended for engineers responsible for modeling or analyzing the performance of thermodynamic and fluid/thermal systems. Instruction is provided by experienced SwRI staff who also serve on the NPSS development team.

Primary application areas for NPSS include aerospace systems (i.e. engine performance models for aircraft propulsion), thermodynamic system analysis such as Rankine and Brayton cycles and various rocket propulsion cycles, and industry standardization for model sharing and integration. More ⇒
http://www.swri.org/events/introduction-numerical-propulsion-system-simulation-npss
8/5/2019Infrared Radiation Thermometry Workshop, Lower Hutt, New ZealandThis is a practical course covering problems with the use and calibration of infrared radiation thermometers, including reflections, absorption, emissivity, and instrumental effects. The course builds confidence in non-contact temperature measurements in the range -50 °C to 2000 °C. Infrared radiation thermometry is a fast-growing area of temperature measurement. Applications range from high-temperature measurements in the hostile environments typically found in the petrochemical and steel industries, to low-temperature measurements in food processing and storage industries where non-contact measurement is important.

More than for any other type of thermometry, reliable measurements are dependent on the expertise of the user, and can only be obtained through a thorough understanding of the principles and best measurement practices. The aim of this course is to provide that knowledge and understanding. The course is interactive to ensure you benefit from the experience of the presenter and fellow participants. More ⇒
http://measurement.govt.nz/training/infrared-radiation-thermometry-workshop/
8/5/2019Spectrophotometer Calibration Workshop, Lower Hutt, New ZealandThis course covers the calibration of benchtop spectrophotometers, including wavelength accuracy, photometric accuracy and stray light characterisation. It is highly interactive and includes hands-on sessions to develop practical skills. The spectrophotometer has become the workhorse for high-throughout routine testing for a wide variety of analytes in chemical and biochemical analysis laboratories. While the reliability of these instruments is high, routine calibration and characterisation of spectrophotometers is vital for ongoing confidence and reduction of risk in decisions made on the basis of results of measurements.

The course provides a mix of principle and practice with guidelines for designing calibrations and measurements, including lists of things that go wrong, and the tips and tricks for recognising problems. The emphasis is on ensuring that you can apply the knowledge in your own workplace. More ⇒
http://measurement.govt.nz/training/spectrophotometer-calibration-workshop/
8/5/2019Introduction to Mechanical Drawings and GD&T, Plymouth, MinnesotaThis course is designed to familiarize students with the basic components, sections, views, terminology and graphical representation of engineering drawings.
Course outline:
The evolution of engineering drawings, Related engineering standards, Review of terms and definitions.
The components of a blueprint
  • Line types
  • Dimensions (baseline, chainline, coordinate, basic & reference)
  • Tolerances (linear, angular, bilateral, unilateral)
  • Symbols
  • Border
  • Title block
  • Revision block
  • Notes (general & specific)
Basic drafting conventions
  • Third angle projection vs first angle projection
  • Isometric views
  • Orthographic views
  • Section views
Evaluating a sample part
Exercises to reinforce views, projections and drafting practices

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http://www.gagesite.com/introduction-to-mechanical-drawings-and-gdt-p-3300633.html
8/6/2019GD&T - Intermediate Principles, Plymouth, MinnesotaCourse outline:
Theory and rules of Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing: Introduction
  • Rule 1 on feature size
  • Rules 2 & 3 on material condition principles applied to features
  • Pitch diameter rule
  • Comparison of changes between ANSI U14.5M-1982 and ASME Y14.5.1M-1994
Linear transformation to GD&T
  • Implications of +/- tolerancing
  • Conversion of square zone to diametral
  • Datums and datum features
Datum precedence
  • Planar datum features
  • Datum features of size
  • Inclined datums
  • Compound datums
  • Datum targets & partial datum features
  • MMC, LMC & RFS applied to datum features
  • Introduction to multiple hole patterns defined as a single datum
  • 14 geometric symbols
Symbols & definitions
  • Tolerance zones
  • Actual mating envelope
  • Supporting symbology
  • Feature control frames
Single-segment feature control frames
  • Composite feature control frames
  • 2D analysis of single-segment & composite feature control frames
  • Virtual condition principles
  • Simultaneous requirements
  • Beginning levels of 3D analysis
  • Beginning analysis of measurement applications
Negative implications of specific measurement procedures
  • Analysis of data from case studies and formula calculations
  • Position calculation exercises & review of general guidelines
  • Global simplification of GD&T
GD&T boundary comparisons
  • Reduction of symbology (14 symbols down to 3)
  • Preview of GD&T Level III: Advanced Applications & Analysis
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http://www.gagesite.com/gdt-intermediate-principles-p-3300634.html
8/6/2019Balances and Weighing, Lower Hutt, New ZealandThere are increasing demands on laboratories to demonstrate quality assurance in their measurements. This course provides training to assist laboratory personnel to meet these demands. Balances are used extensively in laboratory measurements, but the ease and simplicity of using a balance belies the fact that it is a complex instrument. Reliable measurements using a balance can only be assured through an understanding of:
     how the balance works,
     factors that can influence the balance reading, and
     the need for ongoing checks and calibration.
This course introduces balances and weighing. It provides useful frameworks and concepts while emphasising practical skills and knowledge that can be applied in your own organisation. The course covers sources of error in measurements and common pitfalls of weighing. It will assist you to solve common problems associated with the use of balances or weights used for checking and calibrating balances, and engender confidence in your measurements.
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http://measurement.govt.nz/training/balances-and-weighing/
8/6/2019Pressure Calibration Workshop, Lower Hutt, New ZealandThis workshop is a practical one-day session dealing with all aspects of pressure gauge and transducer calibration. It is especially useful for staff involved in testing and calibration of pressure gauges by comparison against reference pressure gauges or deadweight testers. Calibration is more than simply checking or adjusting an instrument. Calibration involves ensuring the gauge under test is working properly, ensuring the reference instrument has a traceable calibration, comparing the two instruments using an appropriate method, and calculating the measurement uncertainty.

This workshop teaches attendees an efficient method to calibrate pressure gauges that meets the technical, quality and legal aspects of calibration. A feature of the method is the straightforward way that the measurement uncertainty is calculated.

The presentation includes many demonstrations and hands-on activities that will be of interest to new and experienced users. By the end of the day, attendees should be able to calibrate a pressure gauge, calculate the associated measurement uncertainty, and carry out regular in-service checks on reference equipment. More ⇒
http://measurement.govt.nz/training/pressure-calibration-workshop-2/
8/6/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Denver, ColoradoThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
    More ⇒
http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
8/7/2019Measurement, Uncertainty and Calibration Workshop, Lower Hutt, New ZealandThis course gives a broad high-level overview of measurement and calibration principles, and calculation of uncertainty. The course is designed for experienced technical staff making, reporting, designing, or auditing measurements. It is especially useful for staff involved in testing and calibration.
     Measurements are the basis of all commercial decisions influencing quality, plant operation, and product sale and purchase.
     Measurement traceability ensures integrity of measurement results, and that the results will be understood by other people.
     Uncertainty in measurement enables an assessment of the risk, the likelihood of making poor decisions based on the      measurement.
     Calibration is the process that ensures measuring instruments are accurate and reliable.
By the end of the day you should be able to design a complete technical procedure for a calibration or other measurement, including a complete uncertainty analysis.
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http://measurement.govt.nz/training/measurement-uncertainty-and-calibration-workshop/
8/7/2019Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty (EMU 101), Denver, ColoradoThis course is a suitable introduction for both calibration and testing laboratory participants, focusing on the concepts and mathematics of the measurement uncertainty evaluation process. The participant will gain an understanding of the statistical techniques required to estimate measurement uncertainty, and will practice those skills to create basic uncertainty budgets.

Course Content
  • Introduction:
    • The requirement for uncertainty estimates.
    • Uncertainty References, Definitions, The GUM; and other more user-friendly material.
  • Mathematics:
    • Significant digits, scientific notation, and units conversion.
    • Basic statistics used in the GUM.
  • Estimating Uncertainties:
    • Type A and Type B methods.
    • Distributions, confidence levels, standard deviation.
    • Distributions and Applying corrections.
    • Outside limit estimates.
    • How many measurements (sample size).
    • Combination of uncertainties.
    • Correlated vs. uncorrelated.
    • Expanded uncertainty; and confidence intervals.
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http://www.a2la.org/events/introduction-to-measurement-uncertainty-emu-101
8/8/2019Temperature Measurement and Calibration Workshop, Lower Hutt, New ZealandThis course covers the use, care, and calibration of liquid-in-glass, platinum resistance, thermocouple, and radiation thermometers. The course is relevant to all personnel who use or check thermometers as a part of testing, installation, or monitoring and maintenance tasks. It has been said that more than half of all of the measurements made in the world are temperature measurements. Temperature impacts on our basic comfort, food preparation, transport, medicine, as well as a huge range of high- and low-tech industries.

Despite the large number of measurements, our experience is that as many as one in six thermometers are outside the manufacturer’s specifications. The primary aim of this course is to provide the information that enables users to recognise faulty thermometers and to install and use thermometers correctly.

The course provides a mix of principle and practice with guidelines for designing calibrations and measurements, including lists of things that go wrong, and the tips and tricks for recognising problems. The emphasis is on ensuring that you can apply the knowledge in your own workplace. More ⇒
http://measurement.govt.nz/training/temperature-measurement-and-calibration-workshop/
8/8/2019Applied Measurement Uncertainty for Calibration Laboratories, Denver, ColoradoDuring this workshop, the participant will be introduced to several tools and techniques that can be applied in the testing laboratory environment to efficiently and effectively create measurement uncertainty budgets which comply with ISO/IEC 17025 requirements. The tools presented are generic in nature such that they may be applied in a variety of testing laboratories.

Course Content
  • Metrology terminology and definitions.
  • Requirements for metrological traceability.
  • Statistical applications using Microsoft Excel.
  • The uncertainty estimation process.
  • Repeatability and reproducibility methods.
  • Development of the test uncertainty budget.
  • Understanding and reporting measurement uncertainty in test reports.
After successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  1. Discuss the concepts within the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty of Measurement (The GUM);
  2. List and define the contributors for testing laboratory measurement uncertainty estimates;
  3. Determine how contributors are considered for inclusion in the uncertainty budget; and
  4. Build a basic Test Measurement Uncertainty Budget.
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http://www.a2la.org/events/applied-measurement-uncertainty-for-testing-laboratories-emu-201
8/8/2019GD&T - Advanced Applications, Plymouth, MinnesotaCourse outline:
In-depth analysis & implications of advanced ASME Y14.5 principles
  • Multiple feature patterns used to define a single datum & negative implications of using "non-functional" surfaces as datum features
  • 3D analysis of composite position callouts in relationship to multiple hole patterns defined as single datums
  • Calculations for determining allowable position tolerance for floating and fixed fastener designs
  • Positioning holes and patterns of holes at "zero tolerance" for optimizing manufacturability and critical cost reductions
  • Positioning functional coaxial cylinders from independent datum features vs. to each other and defined as compound datum features
  • Boundary principles used with profile for non-cylindrical shapes
  • Contoured surfaces as datum features
  • Mathematical definitions and implications of ASME Y14.5.1M-1994
  • Surface roughness implications for features of size and form constraints
  • Optimization strategies in applications and analysis of design, manufacturing, and measurement
Common error implications of dimensioning & tolerancing of tooling and functional gaging, based on product designs
  • Negative implications of common incorrect measurement procedures on CMMs and procedures to resolve/minimize problems
  • Profile definitions and boundary implications in corner transition areas
  • Uncertainty implications of ASME Y14.5 and transformation/development efforts that affect all technical areas
  • Chracterization of physical-to-functional heirarchies and the importance of this analysis to realizing optimum functional intent
  • Examination of students' drawings with an eye toward making them clearer so as to optimize design intent and maximize ROI
  • Advanced tolerancing development within ASME Y14.5
Extension principles for datums used in non-standard designs
  • Complex 3D profile geometry and tolerance boundaries
  • Critical simplification of ASME Y14.5
  • Statistical tolerancing
  • Implications of GD&T for Six-sigma initiatives and product reliability
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http://www.gagesite.com/gdt-advanced-applications-p-3300635.html
8/12/2019Volume Metrology Seminar, Gaithersburg, MarylandThis 5 day OWM volume metrology seminar is designed to enable metrologists to apply fundamental measurement concepts to volume calibrations. A large percentage of time is spent on hands-on measurements, applying procedures and equations discussed in the classroom. The seminar focuses on the comprehension and application of the procedures, the equations, calculations involved, and the operation of the laboratory equipment, review of publications, standards, specifications, and tolerances relevant to the measurements. Training covers volume calibration procedures published in NISTIR 7383 as well as supplemental procedures from NISTIR 6969. Specific volume transfer procedures include SOP 14, 16, 18, 19, and 21. SOP 14 is a gravimetric volume procedure and builds on the mass procedures SOP 2 and SOP 4 (thus the prerequisite for the Mass Metrology Seminar). This course is suitable for the calibration of volumetric standards for NIST HB 105-2, HB 105-3, HB 105-4, and concepts related to HB 105-7. The entire seminar incorporates statistical analysis, process measurement control methods, uncertainty analyses, traceability assessments, and generation of ISO/IEC 17025 compliant calibration certificates for all measurements made during the seminar and builds on the concepts covered in the Fundamentals of Metrology and Mass seminars.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this seminar, using Standard Operating Procedures 2, 14, 17, 18, 19, 21, 29 and 30 and Good Measurement Practices 3, 11, and 13, participants will be able to:
  • Accurately CALIBRATE volumetric glassware, field standard test measures and provers, LPG provers;
  • EVALUATE compliance of volumetric standards to NIST Handbook 105-2 and other documentary standards;
  • IMPLEMENT measurement assurance practices to monitor the measurement standards and processes;
  • CALCULATE and REPORT correct measurement results and uncertainties; and
  • PREPARE calibration certificates for volumetric calibrations that are ISO/IEC 17025:2017 compliant."
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http://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2019/08/5571-volume-metrology-seminar
8/14/2019Laboratory Quality Management, Christchurch, New ZealandThe provision of reliable and timely information is critical in the modern testing laboratory environment. It is vital that well documented quality management systems and validated testing procedures are effectively implemented and the laboratory is operated by well-trained and competent staff. This three-day course is particularly suited for staff new to a laboratory environment. It gives participants guidance and training in the skills needed to develop and implement an effective laboratory quality management system. The course is based on NZS ISO/IEC 17025:2018, the standard used for accrediting laboratories in New Zealand.

Upon completion of the course you will have gained knowledge and an understanding of:
      Quality management concepts and culture The elements of NZS ISO/IEC 17025
      The development & the role of international standards
      Method selection and validation
      Selection, training and supervision of staff
      Equipment management and calibration
      Analytical variation and the uncertainty of measurement
      Test records and reports
      The accreditation process including signatory approval
      The development, documentation and implementation of quality systems.
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http://www.nzqc.co.nz/courses/laboratory-quality-management
8/15/2019Contract Review, WebinarThis 2 hour webinar will introduce the fundamentals of contract review that are necessary to meet customer expectations and successfully implement ISO/IEC 17025:2017.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this session, using your notes and ISO/IEC 17025:2017 or NIST Handbook 143, you will be able to:
  • LIST 3 activities that make up an effective Contract Review process;
  • DEFINE the purpose of a request, tender, and contract as it applies in the metrology laboratory management system;
  • IDENTIFY 2 qualities for which requests, tenders, and contracts are reviewed;
  • EXAMINE potential areas where the contract review process can break down; and
  • EXPLAIN the benefits of a robust contract review process.
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http://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2019/08/5572-contract-review
8/16/2019Humidity and Moisture Calibration Workshop, Auckland, New ZealandThis practical one-day course will introduce you to humidity generation, calibration and measurement, along with the conceptual framework for understanding the various limitations in humidity measurements.

Humidity is often a critical measurement. For example, in the export of food there is an increasing risk of products being rejected or spoilt through inadequate humidity control during storage or transit. Humidity is the second most important parameter, after temperature, to be considered in the product cycle. Poor humidity control can lead to poor quality, poor shelf life or weight loss, as well as poor energy usage.

This practical one-day course will introduce you to humidity generation, calibration and measurement, along with the conceptual framework for understanding the various limitations in humidity measurements. More ⇒
http://measurement.govt.nz/training/humidity-and-moisture-calibration-workshop-2/
8/20/2019MET-302 Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty, Everett, WashingtonThis course will teach you how to develop uncertainty budgets and how to understand the necessary calibration processes and techniques to obtain repeatable results. It is recommended that attendees have a high school education and a basic understanding of math, algebra, physics and science. Some hands-on experience in dc-1f electrical calibration, temperature calibration, pressure and flow calibration is helpful. Formal statistics training is not required

Course topics:
  • What is Uncertainty in a Measurement?
  • Introduction to Basic Metrology Statistics
  • Instrument Specifications
  • Statistical Distributions
  • Calculating Measurement Uncertainty
  • Using the Student's t Distribution and the Welch-Satterthwaite Equation
  • Creating a Basic Uncertainty Budget
  • Statistical Techniques in Metrology
  • Guardbanding and Risk Analysis
  • Uncertainty in Temperature Measurement
  • Uncertainty in Pressure Measurement
    MET-302 Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty Course Outline (663.29 KB)
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/electrical-calibration-training/met-302-introduction-measurement-uncertainty
8/22/2019METTLER TOLEDO’s Contribution to Lean Laboratory, WebinarThis webinar explains the analogies of lean manufacturing with lean lab and suggests aspects of our instruments that can help you convert your lab into a lean lab. Attending this webinar will give you some ideas how you can use technical aspects of your laboratory equipment and workflows to optimize your processes according to the lean idea. More ⇒http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/lean-laboratory.html
8/26/2019Introduction To ISO/IEC 17025, Minneapolis, MinnesotaThis course helps you understand and apply the requirements of the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 standard. You’ll examine the origins of the standard, and learn practical concepts like document control, internal auditing, proficiency testing, traceability, measurement uncertainty, and method witnessing.

This course will provide students with a general overview of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. Most of the elements of the standard will be reviewed, as well as the standard’s applicability, origin, purpose, and marketplace. Important concepts such as document control, internal auditing, proficiency testing, traceability, measurement uncertainty, and method witnessing will be reviewed. There will also be a discussion on the international oversight of the standard and recognition.
Learning Objectives:
  • Gain an understanding of what the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 standard requires
  • Learn how a quality manual is designed and audited
  • Examine the origin of the standard, the benefits of accreditation, and the role of accreditation bodies
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http://asq.org/training/introduction-to-isoiec-170252017-intro170252017
8/29/2019Document Control and Record Keeping, WebinarThis 2 hour webinar will introduce the fundamentals of Laboratory Management System Document Control and Record Keeping that are necessary to successfully implement ISO/IEC 17025:2017.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of this session, using your notes and ISO/IEC 17025:2017 or NIST Handbook 143, you will be able to:
  • LIST 3 properties of management system documents that must be controlled;
  • IDENTIFY at least 5 types of laboratory documents that must be controlled;
  • DEFINE the purpose of a Master List;
  • IDENTIFY the 5 phases of the document control process;
  • RECOGNIZE methods that are used to document revisions;
  • EXPLAIN the relationship between documents and records; and
  • IDENTIFY the types of typical laboratory records that must be maintained.
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http://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2019/08/5573-document-control-and-record-keeping
8/29/2019DMA Principles and Basic Applications, WebinarThis webinar explains the basic DMA principles and at the same time introduces a high-performance DMA instrument for carrying out various applications.

Dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) is one of the most important techniques in thermal analysis. It can be used to study the viscoelastic properties and behavior of a wide range of materials as a function of temperature or frequency. This helps to ensure that suitable materials with the right mechanical properties are used. The types of materials that can be analyzed include thermoplastics, thermosets, elastomers, adhesives, paints and lacquers, films and fibers, composites, foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals, fats and oils, ceramics, constructional materials and metals. More ⇒
http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/dynamic-mechanical-analysis_DMA.html
9/3/2019Technical Competence Trio©: Analytical Method Validation, Measurement Uncertainty and Metrological Traceability, Auckland, New ZealandThey are requirements for competence, as specified in the International Standard NZS ISO/IEC 17025:2018 (substantially structurally changed from the previous edition) and necessary for accreditation. Users of laboratory measurements need to be assured that analytical methods are validated for their intended purpose, have known confidence levels and have comparability in time and space, whether local or international.

This interactive one day course provides guidance on principles and laboratory processes that allow user needs to be met. It is intended as an overview and is applicable to a laboratory for both Validation and Verification of standard methods. By attending this one day course, participants should be able to:
      Promote the necessity, outline the stages and enumerate the considerable benefits of conducting Analytical Method Validation;
      Recall the principles of Measurement Uncertainty estimations obtained by various methods, including use of validation data;
      Identify requirements and procedures that achieve Traceability for analytical results;
      Apply their updated knowledge of the Technical Competence Trio© to improve practices and management associated with their laboratory.
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http://www.nzqc.co.nz/courses/technical-competence-trio
9/3/2019Traceable Electrical Energy Metering Workshop, Lower Hutt, New ZealandThis course is focused on understanding the steps required to make traceable measurements, and will include training in the calculation of measurement uncertainties. More ⇒http://measurement.govt.nz/training/traceable-electrical-energy-metering-workshop/
9/4/2019Analytical Method Validation, Auckland, New ZealandThe laboratory must generate consistently reliable test results. End users depend on these for their business decisions. Analytical Method Validation is the key. It is essential.The laboratory may conduct validation to gain accreditation, by fulfilling requirements of NZS ISO/IEC 17025:2018 (substantially structurally changed from the previous edition) and ISO 15189.Even more compelling reasons include the need to:
      Determine and understand the characteristics of their analytical methods;
      Identify critical influences, capabilities and limitations of the methods.
The course includes sessions/workshops on:
      Considerations, guidelines, perspective of NZS ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO 15189 and statistical background
      Systematic approach to validation/verification;
      Performance characteristics of laboratory methods;
      Factors impacting on analytical method validation;
      Measurement uncertainty and traceability, with worked examples; relation with validation.
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http://www.nzqc.co.nz/courses/analytical-method-validation
9/4/2019Electrical Measurement, Lindfield, AustraliaElectrical Measurement, Lindfield, AustraliaThis two-day course (9 am to 5 pm) covers essential knowledge of the theory and practice of electrical measurement using digital multimeters and calibrators; special attention is given to important practical issues such as grounding, interference and thermal effects. Please find the link to the brochure here.
The topics covered include:
     overview of primary standards
     measurement of resistance
     principles of operation of digital multimeters and calibrators
     measurement of direct voltage and current
     principles of calibration
     measurement of alternating voltage and current
     measurement of high voltage
     reporting calibration data and uncertainties
     estimating measurement uncertainty
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http://shop.measurement.gov.au/collections/physical-metrology-training/products/electrical-measurement?variant=20034258947
9/10/2019Dimensional Measurement Training: Level 1 - Measurement User, INSPHERE Ltd, Bristol, United KingdomA three day training course introducing dimensional metrology, the importance of good measurement practice and the right measurement behaviours.
Aims & Objectives
  • To provide underpinning knowledge and expertise in using measurement tools and an appreciation of the importance of measurement
  • The deliver practical training for people who are required to use dimensional measurement techniques to complete their daily tasks
  • To instil and encourage a questioning culture
Benefits to the learner:
  • To understand the importance of using the correct measurement tools for varying applications
  • Give delegates a sense of responsibility for the measurement process and its practical application
  • Hands-on experience of why measurement is critical to the entire manufacturing engineering process
  • To encourage learners to develop a measurement strategy in the workplace
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9/10/2019Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty (EMU 101), Frederick, MarylandThis course is a suitable introduction for both calibration and testing laboratory participants, focusing on the concepts and mathematics of the measurement uncertainty evaluation process. The participant will gain an understanding of the statistical techniques required to estimate measurement uncertainty, and will practice those skills to create basic uncertainty budgets.

Course Content
  • Introduction:
    • The requirement for uncertainty estimates.
    • Uncertainty References, Definitions, The GUM; and other more user-friendly material.
  • Mathematics:
    • Significant digits, scientific notation, and units conversion.
    • Basic statistics used in the GUM.
  • Estimating Uncertainties:
    • Type A and Type B methods.
    • Distributions, confidence levels, standard deviation.
    • Distributions and Applying corrections.
    • Outside limit estimates.
    • How many measurements (sample size).
    • Combination of uncertainties.
    • Correlated vs. uncorrelated.
    • Expanded uncertainty; and confidence intervals.
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http://www.a2la.org/events/introduction-to-measurement-uncertainty-emu-101
9/11/2019Applied Measurement Uncertainty for Calibration Laboratories, Frederick, MarylandDuring this workshop, the participant will be introduced to several tools and techniques that can be applied in the testing laboratory environment to efficiently and effectively create measurement uncertainty budgets which comply with ISO/IEC 17025 requirements. The tools presented are generic in nature such that they may be applied in a variety of testing laboratories.

Course Content
  • Metrology terminology and definitions.
  • Requirements for metrological traceability.
  • Statistical applications using Microsoft Excel.
  • The uncertainty estimation process.
  • Repeatability and reproducibility methods.
  • Development of the test uncertainty budget.
  • Understanding and reporting measurement uncertainty in test reports.
After successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  1. Discuss the concepts within the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty of Measurement (The GUM);
  2. List and define the contributors for testing laboratory measurement uncertainty estimates;
  3. Determine how contributors are considered for inclusion in the uncertainty budget; and
  4. Build a basic Test Measurement Uncertainty Budget.
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http://www.a2la.org/events/applied-measurement-uncertainty-for-testing-laboratories-emu-201
9/11/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Grand Rapids, MichiganThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
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http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
9/15/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor, Abu Dhabi, U.A.ELearn everything you need to know about ISO/IEC 17025 laboratory accreditation. We’ll take you through every stage of the certification journey on our ISO/IEC 17025 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor training course. Start with a detailed overview of the standard and its requirements. And discover how to meet these in your laboratory by implementing an ISO/IEC 17025 quality control system. Our experts will also explain auditing techniques so you can maintain accreditation by monitoring, assessing and improving performance.
Learning Objectives:
  • The requirements and scope of the ISO/IEC 17025 standard
  • How to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025
  • The principles and application of quality control
  • Understand the laboratory accreditation process
  • How to monitor and continually improve quality control processes
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http://www.bsigroup.com/en-AE/Our-services/Training-courses/Laboratory-Accreditation-ISOIEC-17025-training/ISOIEC-17025-Introduction-Implementation-and-Internal-Auditing/
9/16/2019Advanced Topics in Temperature Metrology, American Fork, UtahA three-day course for those who need to get into the details of temperature metrology. This course is for experienced calibration technicians, metrologists, engineers, and technical experts working in primary and secondary-level temperature calibration laboratories who would like to validate, refresh, or expand their understanding of advanced topics in temperature metrology. You’ll have the opportunity to interact directly with Fluke design engineers, metrologists, and calibration experts to get your questions answered.

Course topics:
  • ITS-90 calibration
  • Process design
  • Curve fitting
  • Uncertainty analysis
  • Advanced procedures for reducing uncertainties
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/temperature-calibration-training/advanced-topics-temperature-metrology
9/17/2019Traceable Electrical Energy Metering Workshop, Lower Hutt, New ZealandThis course is focused on understanding the steps required to make traceable measurements, and will include training in the calculation of measurement uncertainties.

This course is focused on understanding the steps required to make traceable measurements, and will include training in the calculation of measurement uncertainties. Students will enhance their competence in ensuring that metering components and installations are meeting the metrology requirements of Part 10 of the Electricity Industry Participation Code.

At the competition of the course students can expect to be able to carry out the Calibration and Measurement Capability (CMC) calculations required for the Class A test houses and also to calculate the uncertainty of energy metering measurements both in the laboratory and in the field.

This year emphasis will be placed on the calibration of current transformers and the effect of burden on the measured errors. Practical examples will be worked through so that each participant can return to their laboratory more confident of their work. More ⇒
http://measurement.govt.nz/training/traceable-electrical-energy-metering-workshop/
9/19/2019RF and microwave measurement uncertainty, Lower Hutt, New ZealandThis course explores practical scenarios for RF measurements of power and impedance while giving insight into the underlying relationship between measurement uncertainty and error.

This course explores practical scenarios for RF measurements of power and impedance while giving insight into the underlying relationship between measurement uncertainty and error. It covers basic notions, with an emphasis on complex quantities. It explains how sources of measurement error are described mathematically, how the associated uncertainty is calculated and how to report the final uncertainty in a measurement result.

Measurement best-practice at radio and microwave frequencies involves quantities that are inherently complex-valued (such as scattering parameters). International guidelines, such as the recent EURAMET calibration guide for vector network analysers (cg-12 version 3), assume familiarity with the measurement uncertainty of complex quantities. This course provides a suitable introduction to such concepts.

Where possible, the course material on the day will be illustrated by examples of interest to attendees.
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http://measurement.govt.nz/training/rf-and-microwave-measurement-uncertainty/
9/19/2019Infrared Calibration, American Fork, UtahA two-day course with plenty of hands on experience in infrared temperature metrology. This course is for calibration technicians, engineers, metrologists, and technical experts who are beginning or sustaining an infrared temperature calibration program.

Course topics:
  • Emissivity
  • Size of source effect
  • Reflected temperature
  • Spot size
  • Calibration schemes
  • Calibration sources
  • Alignment
  • Uncertainty analysis
  • IR thermometry usage
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/temperature-calibration-training/infrared-calibration-training
9/19/2019Integrated Quality Management, Louisville, KentuckyLearn how to integrate quality management into your organization’s processes. You’ll leave this course with a draft action plan customized to fit the needs of your business. These concepts are applicable to a wide range of industries including manufacturing, service, education, and healthcare.

Quality management just makes sense. You need to know how to make it a part of your organization. In this course, you'll review advanced quality management principles, best practice techniques, tools, and skills. You'll find these concepts useful in a wide range of businesses and organizations including manufacturing, service, government, education, and healthcare. The course uses adult learning principles including Discovery Learning techniques, small group work, self assessments, articles, and mini-case study reviews. You will create a list of key areas for improvement and develop a draft action plan that you can finalize back on the job.This two-day virtual course provides you with a comprehensive review and working knowledge of key concepts and practices included in the following:ASQ's Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence Body of Knowledge ASQ's Certified Quality Improvement Associate Body of Knowledge The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Performance Excellence Criteria
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http://asq.org/training/integrated-quality-management-iqm
9/23/2019MET-301 Advanced Hands-On Metrology, Everett, WashingtonThis course introduces the student to advanced measurement concepts and math used in standards laboratories. The student will learn how to make various types of measurements using different measurement methods. We will also teach techniques for making good high precision measurements using reference standards. A class project will teach the student how to collect and analyze data from a series of measurements to determine the device's value, and the uncertainty associated with it. The student will be competent to make measurements in a standards lab after he/she passes the final exam. This course covers advanced topics and requires existing experience and knowledge of basic metrological principles. Students are strongly encourages to attend the MET-101 course or have other formal metrology training prior to enrolling in MET-301.

Course topics:
  • Quality systems that drive good metrology
  • Basics of DC and low frequency metrology
  • Lab instrumentation
  • Environmental impact on measurement uncertainty
  • Advanced metrology math for the metrologist
  • Understanding and using instrument specifications in procedure development
  • How cables, connectors, and adapters impact high precision measurement results
  • Complex calibration configurations involving shields and guards
  • Advanced ratio measurement techniques and calculations
  • Precision thermometry principles
    MET-101 Basic Hands-On Metrology Course Outline (197.28 KB)
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9/26/2019Thermal Analysis of Medical Materials, WebinarMedical materials and compounds can be characterized using various thermal analysis techniques. Thermal Analysis is an excellent method of testing many different chemical and physical properties such as the glass transition temperature, moisture content, composition, long-term stability and a material’s behavior during decomposition. Such analyses give the producers confidence that their products are made to the right standard and are uncontaminated.

Continuing developments in medical science have revolutionized human healthcare. The goal of human healthcare is not only the treatment of disease and injury but also the diagnosis and prevention of potentially harmful conditions. Medical products can only serve their purpose if adequate quality control measures are implemented. More ⇒
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9/29/20197th Autumn School METTI (Thermal Measurements and Inverse Techniques), Porquerolles Island (Hyères, South of France)Finding causes from measured 'Consequences' using a mathematical model linking the two is an inverse problem. This is met in different areas of physical sciences, especially in Heat Transfer. Techniques for solving inverse problems as well as their applications may seem quite obscure for newcomers to the field. Experimentalists desiring to go beyond traditional data processing techniques for estimating the parameters of a model with the maximum accuracy feel often ill prepared in front of inverse techniques. In order to avoid biases at different levels of this kind of involved task, it seems compulsory that specialists of measurement inversion techniques, modelling techniques and experimental techniques share a wide common culture and language. These exchanges are necessary to take into account the difficulties associated to all these fields. It is in this state of mind that this school is proposed. The METTI Group (Thermal Measurements and Inverse Techniques), which is a division of the French Heat Transfer Society (SFT), has already run or co-organized six similar schools, in the Alps (Aussois, 1995 and 2005), in the Pyrenees (Bolquere-Odeillo, 1999), in Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, 2009), in Bretagne (Roscoff, 2011) and in Pays Basque (Biarritz, 2015b). For this seventh edition the school is again open to participants from the European Community with the support of the Eurotherm Committee.http://iusti.cnrs.fr/metti7/
9/30/2019TWB 1031 MET/CAL® Procedure Development Web-Based TrainingLearn to create procedures with the latest version of MET/CAL®, without leaving your office. This web seminar is offered to MET/CAL® users who need assistance writing procedures but have a limited travel budget.The course is designed for those who are directly involved in the operation of MET/CAL® calibration software and are required to write or modify procedures. The workshop is presented as a five-part, ten-hour course with each two-hour session scheduled on consecutive days, typically from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (Noon) Pacific Standard Time (Everett, Washington USA). Equipment and system requirements of web session: Computer with current version of Microsoft Internet Explorer or other web browser Computer monitor 17 inches or larger Broadband Internet connection Touch-tone telephone near the computer.
Course topics:
  • Configuring the Run Time
  • Using the Editor
  • Creating Projects, Solutions, PKM, and PXE files
  • Running procedures
  • Learn the use of the Function Select Codes (FSCs) through instructor-presented examples
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    This is not one-on-on web training. This is a group setting.

http://us.flukecal.com/training/calibration-software-training/twb-1031-metcal%C2%AE-procedure-development-web-based-training
9/30/2019Principles of Pressure Calibration, Phoenix, ArizonaA five-day training course on the principles and practices of pressure calibration using digital pressure calibrators and piston gauges (pressure balances).The class is designed to focus on the practical considerations of pressure calibrations.

Course topics:
  • Fundamental physics of pressure
  • Moves through Metrological terminology
  • Calibration principles
  • Piston gauge fundamentals
  • Day-to-day issues that can influence the quality of a calibration
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9/30/2019Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty (EMU 101), Grayslake, IllinoisThis course is a suitable introduction for both calibration and testing laboratory participants, focusing on the concepts and mathematics of the measurement uncertainty evaluation process. The participant will gain an understanding of the statistical techniques required to estimate measurement uncertainty, and will practice those skills to create basic uncertainty budgets.

Course Content
  • Introduction:
    • The requirement for uncertainty estimates.
    • Uncertainty References, Definitions, The GUM; and other more user-friendly material.
  • Mathematics:
    • Significant digits, scientific notation, and units conversion.
    • Basic statistics used in the GUM.
  • Estimating Uncertainties:
    • Type A and Type B methods.
    • Distributions, confidence levels, standard deviation.
    • Distributions and Applying corrections.
    • Outside limit estimates.
    • How many measurements (sample size).
    • Combination of uncertainties.
    • Correlated vs. uncorrelated.
    • Expanded uncertainty; and confidence intervals.
    More ⇒
http://www.a2la.org/events/introduction-to-measurement-uncertainty-emu-101
10/1/2019Applied Measurement Uncertainty for Calibration Laboratories, Grayslake, IllinoisDuring this workshop, the participant will be introduced to several tools and techniques that can be applied in the testing laboratory environment to efficiently and effectively create measurement uncertainty budgets which comply with ISO/IEC 17025 requirements. The tools presented are generic in nature such that they may be applied in a variety of testing laboratories.

Course Content
  • Metrology terminology and definitions.
  • Requirements for metrological traceability.
  • Statistical applications using Microsoft Excel.
  • The uncertainty estimation process.
  • Repeatability and reproducibility methods.
  • Development of the test uncertainty budget.
  • Understanding and reporting measurement uncertainty in test reports.
After successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  1. Discuss the concepts within the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty of Measurement (The GUM);
  2. List and define the contributors for testing laboratory measurement uncertainty estimates;
  3. Determine how contributors are considered for inclusion in the uncertainty budget; and
  4. Build a basic Test Measurement Uncertainty Budget.
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http://www.a2la.org/events/applied-measurement-uncertainty-for-testing-laboratories-emu-201
10/3/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - effective quality management for labs, French edition, Brussels, BelgiumThe new version of ISO/IEC 17025:2017, which covers the general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories, has been published end December 2017.

During this information session, discover the new technical and organisational requirements for carrying out tests and calibrations in laboratories. In addition, learn how to adapt your own quality management process to meet the new standard.

During this information session:
  • You will discover the core requirements, key elements and issues of ISO/IEC 17025:2017;
  • You will learn which new components of the standard are vital to your quality management system;
  • You will discover which components of your system you should adjust to comply with ISO/IEC 17025:2017;
  • You will find out how you can perform this adjustment successfully;
  • You will gain insight into the possible interpretations of the standard and the requirements of an accreditation process.
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http://www.nbn.be/en/isoiec-170252017-effective-quality-management-labs
10/7/2019MC-205 MET/TEAM® Asset management, Everett, WashingtonThis five-day course presents a comprehensive overview of how to use MET/TEAM® Test Equipment and Asset Management Software in an Internet browser to develop your asset management system. You will learn a systematic approach to collect the information you need to manage your lab assets routinely, consistently and completely. You will work in hands-on sessions with the latest version of MET/TEAM® software running on individual computers.

Course topics:
  • Manage workflow through your entire lab
  • Create types of instruments
  • Add procedures and assign to a type of asset
  • Add assets whether they be metrology recalled assets or non-recalled assets
  • Schedule and generate recalls, including email alerts
  • Receive assets-single or batch
  • Learn what a work order is and how to use it
  • Return assets
  • Generate certificates
  • View business status
  • Enter and manage your parts inventory
  • Track shipping of assets
  • Tool assignment
  • Maintain compliance with regulatory standards
  • Commerce-billing, quoting, contract pricing
  • Customer Portal-how to set up and use read-only access
  • MET/TEAM® Mobile-overview of functionality
  • Problem reports
  • Configuration of system defaults
  • Configure and customize for your business rules
  • Track changes to help comply with 21 CFR Part 11
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/calibration-software-training/mc-205-metteam®-asset-management
10/8/2019Dimensional Measurement Training: Level 2 - Measurement Applier, INSPHERE Ltd, Bristol, United KingdomA four day training course building on the knowledge and measurement principles gained through the Level 1 training course.
Aims & Objectives
  • To provide knowledge and expertise in the application of measurement
  • To enable organisations to save time and money through the implementation of best measurement practice
  • To encourage a planning culture
Benefits to the learner
  • Application of the fundamental principles of geometrical product specification and measurement tools
  • To understand the fundamental principles of calibration
  • To apply fundamental measurement calculations
  • Respond to measurement results and related uncertainty
  • Communicate, question and plan the measurement process
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10/9/2019Measurement of humidity and moisture, Aarhus, DenmarkAcquire knowledge about how humidity and moisture are measured and how the various humidity parameters and units are interconnected. The course covers practical and theoretical aspects of humidity measurements, calibration and maintenance. You will learn how to measure humidity and how the various measures of humidity are interconnected. You will be introduced to different methods for measuring humidity in air and to concepts such as water activity, sorption isotherms and material moisture. You will learn in detail about common instrumentation and methods and guidelines for calibrations and measurements that you can use immediately in your daily work. The course is a combination of lectures and practical exercises which - depending on the number of participants - take place in our state-of-the-art humidity laboratory. The course is designed to be highly interactive to enable you to benefit from the experience of the other participants and the presenters.

After the course you will have obtained:
  • Knowledge about concepts for humidity and moisture measurements
  • An understanding of the principles of operation of humidity sensors and their instrumentation, especially dew point mirror meters and impedance based sensors
  • An overview of physical principles, treatment of uncertainties, validation of climatic chambers and issues concerning calibration
  • The insight needed to identify sources of error that affect measurements as well as tips and tricks in order to recognize problems.
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http://www.dti.dk/specialists/measurement-of-humidity-and-moisture/k27665
10/10/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - effective quality management for labs, Dutch edition, Gent, BelgiumThe new version of ISO/IEC 17025:2017, which covers the general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories, has been published end December 2017.

During this information session, discover the new technical and organisational requirements for carrying out tests and calibrations in laboratories. In addition, learn how to adapt your own quality management process to meet the new standard.

During this information session:
  • You will discover the core requirements, key elements and issues of ISO/IEC 17025:2017;
  • You will learn which new components of the standard are vital to your quality management system;
  • You will discover which components of your system you should adjust to comply with ISO/IEC 17025:2017;
  • You will find out how you can perform this adjustment successfully;
  • You will gain insight into the possible interpretations of the standard and the requirements of an accreditation process.
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http://www.nbn.be/en/isoiec-170252017-effective-quality-management-labs
10/15/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Charlotte, North CarolinaThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
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http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
10/16/2019Laboratory Quality Management, Auckland, New ZealandThe provision of reliable and timely information is critical in the modern testing laboratory environment. It is vital that well documented quality management systems and validated testing procedures are effectively implemented and the laboratory is operated by well-trained and competent staff. This three-day course is particularly suited for staff new to a laboratory environment. It gives participants guidance and training in the skills needed to develop and implement an effective laboratory quality management system. The course is based on NZS ISO/IEC 17025:2018, the standard used for accrediting laboratories in New Zealand.

Upon completion of the course you will have gained knowledge and an understanding of:
      Quality management concepts and culture The elements of NZS ISO/IEC 17025
      The development & the role of international standards
      Method selection and validation
      Selection, training and supervision of staff
      Equipment management and calibration
      Analytical variation and the uncertainty of measurement
      Test records and reports
      The accreditation process including signatory approval
      The development, documentation and implementation of quality systems.
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http://www.nzqc.co.nz/courses/laboratory-quality-management
10/21/2019MET-101 Basic Hands-On Metrology, Everett, WashingtonThis course introduces the student to basic measurement concepts, basic electronics related to measurement instruments and math used in calibration. We will also teach various techniques used to make good measurements using calibration equipment. The student will be competent to make measurements after passing the final exam. Attendees of this course should have a basic understanding of math, algebra, physics and science. Some hands-on experience in plant process maintenance, process calibration or meter calibration is helpful but not required.

Course topics:
  • Introduction to measurement
  • Safety in the cal lab
  • Math for the calibration specialist
  • Basic electronics for metrology
  • Working and secondary standards
  • Lab instrumentation and precautions
  • Environmental impact on measurement uncertainty
  • Understanding and using instrumentation specifications
  • Important considerations regarding cables, connectors, and adapters
  • What is a "guard" and when to use it
  • Digital multimeters calibration principles
  • Basic thermometry calibration principles
  • Basic pressure calibration methods and techniques
  • Handheld scope calibration considerations and concerns
  • Documentary quality standards and the calibration professional
  • Course exam
    MET-101 Basic Hands-On Metrology Course Outline (166.1 KB)
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/electrical-calibration-training/met-101-basic-hands-metrology
10/21/2019Advanced Piston Gauge Metrology, Phoenix, ArizonaFocus is on the theory, use and calibration of piston gauges and dead weight testers.

Course topics:
  • Complete Piston Gauge theory including term by term discussion of the pressure equation
  • Review of all Piston Gauge modes and calculation of required mass loads for each
  • How to maintain and calibrate the piston gauge metrological elements
  • History and challenges in traceability of Piston Gauges
  • Determination of effective area by dimensional characterization and crossfloat
  • Hands on crossfloat of gas and hydraulic piston-cylinders
  • Calibration of crossfloating to determine the effective area of piston-cylinders
  • Sources of uncertainty and uncertainty analysis of pressure and effective area
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/pressure-calibration-training/advanced-piston-gauge-metrology
10/21/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Lead Assessor Training, Phoenix, ArizonaDevelop your expertise and value as an ISO/IEC 17025:2017 specialist. Review, write, and understand ISO/IEC 17025:2017 nonconformances. Hone your skills; understand the rigors of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. This course is invaluable for new assessors and as a refresher for long-time assessors of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. Consultants who help transition clients from other ISO standards and from the 2005 version to the requirements of the latest ISO/IEC 17025:2017 will also benefit from this course.

The 4.5-day ISO/IEC 17025 Lead Assessor Training course is designed to further develop your understanding of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and help you understand how to plan and lead an ISO/IEC 17025 assessment. Attendees will gain an understanding of uncertainty, traceability, and PT/ILC and how they are assessed. This course will prepare you to meet technical demands of the assessment while providing practical exercises to aid comprehension.Attending an ISO/IEC 17025 Lead Assessor Training course is just one of the necessary steps in becoming a contract assessor for an accreditation body.
Learning Objectives:
  • Understand all the elements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017.
  • Cover the full range of assessment techniques, good practices, and assessor responsibilities.
  • Benefit from practical assessment exercises.
  • Gain an understanding and assessing uncertainty, traceability, and PT/ILC.
  • Get practical experience of planning, running, and reporting on assessments.
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http://asq.org/training/isoiec-170252017-lead-assessor-training-la17
10/21/2019Certified Quality Technician Certification Preparation, Phoenix, ArizonaReinforce your current understanding of the Certified Quality Technician (CQT) Body of Knowledge. Get practice in applications that may not be used every day, and become familiar with “exam-style” questions throughout the course.

Students receive course materials and a copy of ASQ’s Certified Quality Technician Handbook: Second Edition. Please bring a non-programmable calculator to class (T130 is recommended).

Note: This course is a refresher and, due to time limitations, is not intended to cover all the components of the Body of Knowledge in great depth. Taking this course does not constitute, nor imply, the successful passing of the ASQ Certified Quality Technician examination.
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http://asq.org/training/certified-quality-technician-certification-preparation-cqtcpasq
10/22/2019Dimensional Measurement Training: Level 1 - Measurement User, INSPHERE Ltd, Bristol, United KingdomA three day training course introducing dimensional metrology, the importance of good measurement practice and the right measurement behaviours.
Aims & Objectives
  • To provide underpinning knowledge and expertise in using measurement tools and an appreciation of the importance of measurement
  • The deliver practical training for people who are required to use dimensional measurement techniques to complete their daily tasks
  • To instil and encourage a questioning culture
Benefits to the learner:
  • To understand the importance of using the correct measurement tools for varying applications
  • Give delegates a sense of responsibility for the measurement process and its practical application
  • Hands-on experience of why measurement is critical to the entire manufacturing engineering process
  • To encourage learners to develop a measurement strategy in the workplace
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http://www.npl.co.uk/commercial-services/products-and-services/training/training-courses/dimensional-measurement-training-level-1-measurement-user/
10/22/2019Laboratory Internal Audit, Denham Grove, Uxbridge, United KingdomAll laboratories need to carry out an internal audit of their business processes and performance of tests and calibrations to ensure delivery of a competent service to their clients. An accredited laboratory needs to check not only that laboratory personnel at all levels are implementing the prescribed processes but also that its systems and practices are compatible with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025.

The course aims to help delegates gain a sound understanding of the internal audit process and its value to management. This interactive course allows delegates to gain confidence in performing an internal audit through role-play. Click here to download a course programme.
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10/22/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Awareness, Denham Grove, United KingdomThis course aims to provide an awareness of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. In particular how the business processes of individual laboratories may be informed and enhanced in meeting its requirements. The course focuses from a personal perspective, reflecting primarily on the structure, resource, process, management and general requirements. The course will enable delegates to gain an awareness of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and its function as a framework for demonstrating competence and to gain an understanding of conformity - all of which is achieved through a combination of presentations, exercises and discussion.
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10/23/2019Uncertainty Analysis - Training Course, Aarhus, DenmarkGet the practical and theoretical aspects of ensuring traceability in measurements with emphasis on methods for use and calibration of equipment. Measurements are the basis of all commercial decisions and the uncertainty is an assessment of the risk of making wrong decisions. They influence our decisions in quality control, the operation of industrial plant and product sale and purchase and can in this way be directly profit related. Traceability of measurements ensures integrity of the results and that the results will be understood by other people. Calibration is the process that ensures that instruments are accurate and reliable and a part of the process of ensuring that the measurements are traceable. The course covers the practical and theoretical aspects of ensuring traceability in measurements with emphasis on methods for use and calibration of equipment. It will provide you with a set of skills and tools that you can immediately use at your workplace and give you a clear step-by-step approach to uncertainty estimation with practical examples. The course also outlines statistical decision-making. The fundamental concepts are taught by exploring a variety of real world applications and the necessary statistical concepts. There will be a number of theoretical exercises during the course.

After the course you will have obtained:
  • An understanding of the concepts involved in the calculation of measurement uncertainty
  • Skills necessary to calculate measurement uncertainty in a practical and pragmatic manner
  • Knowledge necessary to apply ISO’s Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement successfully at the workplace.
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http://www.dti.dk/specialists/uncertainty-analysis-training-course/k27661
10/24/2019Internal Auditing Best Practices, WebinarThis 2 hour webinar will consider internal auditing techniques and best practices that are used by a metrology laboratory to comply with ISO/IEC 17025:2017 criteria.
Learning Objectives:
During this webinar, using your notes and ISO/IEC 17025:2017 or NIST Handbook 143, you will:
  • IDENTIFY internal auditing criteria (Section 8.8) in ISO/IEC 17025:2017 & NIST Handbook 143;
  • IDENTIFY the steps of an audit cycle;
  • DESCRIBE the difference between a “desk audit,” “functional audit,” “technical audit,” and “management system audit”;
  • IDENTIFY template checklists and other tools that can be used to successfully document the audit process; and
  • APPLY best practices to conduct an effective internal management system audit within your laboratory.
Pre-Work:
  • Read ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Section 8.8 Internal Auditing. Review your laboratory management system Audit policy (quality manual), procedure, and associated forms. Review the most recent internal audit documentation (e.g., audit checklist and objective evidence).
  • Write a short essay describing specific challenges you (or your laboratory) have with operating an internal auditing system and/or specific questions that you hope to address by participating in this learning event.
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http://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2019/10/5576-internal-auditing-best-practices
10/28/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Portland, OregonThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
    More ⇒
http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
10/31/2019Thermal Analysis of Petrochemicals describes methods used to characterize petrochemical materials, WebinarIn the webinar titled "Thermal Analysis of Petrochemicals", we describe a number of examples that illustrate how thermal analysis can be used to investigate the physical properties and behavior of petrochemicals.

Petrochemical compounds are derived from crude oil, making this raw material the starting point and basis for very many products. The products include fuels, different kinds of chemicals and practically everything made of plastics. This is why the analysis of petrochemical compounds is so important. More ⇒
http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/thermal-analysis-of-petrochemicals.html
11/2/2019Dimensional Measurement Training: Level 1 - Measurement User, INSPHERE Ltd Bristol, United KingdomA three day training course introducing dimensional metrology, the importance of good measurement practice and the right measurement behaviours.
Aims & Objectives
  • To provide underpinning knowledge and expertise in using measurement tools and an appreciation of the importance of measurement
  • The deliver practical training for people who are required to use dimensional measurement techniques to complete their daily tasks
  • To instil and encourage a questioning culture
Benefits to the learner:
  • To understand the importance of using the correct measurement tools for varying applications
  • Give delegates a sense of responsibility for the measurement process and its practical application
  • Hands-on experience of why measurement is critical to the entire manufacturing engineering process
  • To encourage learners to develop a measurement strategy in the workplace
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http://www.npl.co.uk/commercial-services/products-and-services/training/training-courses/dimensional-measurement-training-level-1-measurement-user/
11/3/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor, Qatar City Centre Rotana Hotel, DohaLearn everything you need to know about ISO/IEC 17025 laboratory accreditation. We’ll take you through every stage of the certification journey on our ISO/IEC 17025 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor training course. Start with a detailed overview of the standard and its requirements. And discover how to meet these in your laboratory by implementing an ISO/IEC 17025 quality control system. Our experts will also explain auditing techniques so you can maintain accreditation by monitoring, assessing and improving performance.
Learning Objectives:
  • The requirements and scope of the ISO/IEC 17025 standard
  • How to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025
  • The principles and application of quality control
  • Understand the laboratory accreditation process
  • How to monitor and continually improve quality control processes
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http://www.bsigroup.com/en-AE/Our-services/Training-courses/Laboratory-Accreditation-ISOIEC-17025-training/ISOIEC-17025-Introduction-Implementation-and-Internal-Auditing/
11/4/2019Introduction to Mechanical Drawings and GD&T, Plymouth, MinnesotaThis course is designed to familiarize students with the basic components, sections, views, terminology and graphical representation of engineering drawings.
Course outline:
The evolution of engineering drawings, Related engineering standards, Review of terms and definitions.
The components of a blueprint
  • Line types
  • Dimensions (baseline, chainline, coordinate, basic & reference)
  • Tolerances (linear, angular, bilateral, unilateral)
  • Symbols
  • Border
  • Title block
  • Revision block
  • Notes (general & specific)
Basic drafting conventions
  • Third angle projection vs first angle projection
  • Isometric views
  • Orthographic views
  • Section views
Evaluating a sample part
Exercises to reinforce views, projections and drafting practices

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http://www.gagesite.com/introduction-to-mechanical-drawings-and-gdt-p-3300633.html
11/4/2019Gas Flow calibration using molbloc/molbox, Phoenix, ArizonaGas Flow Calibration Using molbloc/molbox is a four day training course in the operation and maintenance of a Fluke Calibration molbloc/molbox system. The course’s central objective is to assure optimum system use. Equipment The molsystems used in class examples consist of:
  • molbox1+
  • molbox RFM
  • molbloc-L and molbloc-S, various ranges
  • molstic-L and molstic-S mounting systems
  • MFC switchbox and MFC-CB
  • COMPASS® for Flow calibration software
Devices under test (DUTs), various examples Students are encouraged to bring devices under test or other hardware that will enable them to more closely duplicate the actual application in which their system is used. This course is intended for technicians, managers and engineers that are current or future molsystem users or are responsible for molsystem implementation. The course is frequently attended by potential customers to help them determine an optional molbloc/molbox system configuration for their application.
Course topics:
  • Review of the fundamentals of mass flow measurement
  • Operating theory of molbloc/molbox
  • Detailed use of a molsystem to perform a variety of typical calibration and measurement tasks
  • Proper techniques for test setup, operation and data collection, both manually and with COMPASS®
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/flow-calibration-training/gas-flow-calibration-using-molblocmolbox
11/5/2019GD&T - Intermediate Principles, Plymouth, MinnesotaCourse outline:
Theory and rules of Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing: Introduction
  • Rule 1 on feature size
  • Rules 2 & 3 on material condition principles applied to features
  • Pitch diameter rule
  • Comparison of changes between ANSI U14.5M-1982 and ASME Y14.5.1M-1994
Linear transformation to GD&T
  • Implications of +/- tolerancing
  • Conversion of square zone to diametral
  • Datums and datum features
Datum precedence
  • Planar datum features
  • Datum features of size
  • Inclined datums
  • Compound datums
  • Datum targets & partial datum features
  • MMC, LMC & RFS applied to datum features
  • Introduction to multiple hole patterns defined as a single datum
  • 14 geometric symbols
Symbols & definitions
  • Tolerance zones
  • Actual mating envelope
  • Supporting symbology
  • Feature control frames
Single-segment feature control frames
  • Composite feature control frames
  • 2D analysis of single-segment & composite feature control frames
  • Virtual condition principles
  • Simultaneous requirements
  • Beginning levels of 3D analysis
  • Beginning analysis of measurement applications
Negative implications of specific measurement procedures
  • Analysis of data from case studies and formula calculations
  • Position calculation exercises & review of general guidelines
  • Global simplification of GD&T
GD&T boundary comparisons
  • Reduction of symbology (14 symbols down to 3)
  • Preview of GD&T Level III: Advanced Applications & Analysis
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http://www.gagesite.com/gdt-intermediate-principles-p-3300634.html
11/5/2019Uncertainty of Measurement, Manchester, United KingdomDrawing on experience of training skills of estimating uncertainty of measurement to more than two thousand testing and calibration practitioners over the years, this course aims to provide delegates with an appreciation of the concept of uncertainty of measurement in both a testing and calibration environment, and uses a combination of lectures and interactive exercises and demonstrations to take delegates through the process of calculating uncertainties.
Click here to download a course programme. More ⇒
http://www.ukas.com/booking-course/?id=OTI2Mg==
11/6/2019Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty (EMU 101), Frederick, MarylandThis course is a suitable introduction for both calibration and testing laboratory participants, focusing on the concepts and mathematics of the measurement uncertainty evaluation process. The participant will gain an understanding of the statistical techniques required to estimate measurement uncertainty, and will practice those skills to create basic uncertainty budgets.

Course Content
  • Introduction:
    • The requirement for uncertainty estimates.
    • Uncertainty References, Definitions, The GUM; and other more user-friendly material.
  • Mathematics:
    • Significant digits, scientific notation, and units conversion.
    • Basic statistics used in the GUM.
  • Estimating Uncertainties:
    • Type A and Type B methods.
    • Distributions, confidence levels, standard deviation.
    • Distributions and Applying corrections.
    • Outside limit estimates.
    • How many measurements (sample size).
    • Combination of uncertainties.
    • Correlated vs. uncorrelated.
    • Expanded uncertainty; and confidence intervals.
    More ⇒
http://www.a2la.org/events/introduction-to-measurement-uncertainty-emu-101
11/7/2019Applied Measurement Uncertainty for Calibration Laboratories, Frederick, MarylandDuring this workshop, the participant will be introduced to several tools and techniques that can be applied in the testing laboratory environment to efficiently and effectively create measurement uncertainty budgets which comply with ISO/IEC 17025 requirements. The tools presented are generic in nature such that they may be applied in a variety of testing laboratories.

Course Content
  • Metrology terminology and definitions.
  • Requirements for metrological traceability.
  • Statistical applications using Microsoft Excel.
  • The uncertainty estimation process.
  • Repeatability and reproducibility methods.
  • Development of the test uncertainty budget.
  • Understanding and reporting measurement uncertainty in test reports.
After successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  1. Discuss the concepts within the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty of Measurement (The GUM);
  2. List and define the contributors for testing laboratory measurement uncertainty estimates;
  3. Determine how contributors are considered for inclusion in the uncertainty budget; and
  4. Build a basic Test Measurement Uncertainty Budget.
More ⇒
http://www.a2la.org/events/applied-measurement-uncertainty-for-testing-laboratories-emu-201
11/7/2019GD&T - Advanced Applications, Plymouth, MinnesotaCourse outline:
In-depth analysis & implications of advanced ASME Y14.5 principles
  • Multiple feature patterns used to define a single datum & negative implications of using "non-functional" surfaces as datum features
  • 3D analysis of composite position callouts in relationship to multiple hole patterns defined as single datums
  • Calculations for determining allowable position tolerance for floating and fixed fastener designs
  • Positioning holes and patterns of holes at "zero tolerance" for optimizing manufacturability and critical cost reductions
  • Positioning functional coaxial cylinders from independent datum features vs. to each other and defined as compound datum features
  • Boundary principles used with profile for non-cylindrical shapes
  • Contoured surfaces as datum features
  • Mathematical definitions and implications of ASME Y14.5.1M-1994
  • Surface roughness implications for features of size and form constraints
  • Optimization strategies in applications and analysis of design, manufacturing, and measurement
Common error implications of dimensioning & tolerancing of tooling and functional gaging, based on product designs
  • Negative implications of common incorrect measurement procedures on CMMs and procedures to resolve/minimize problems
  • Profile definitions and boundary implications in corner transition areas
  • Uncertainty implications of ASME Y14.5 and transformation/development efforts that affect all technical areas
  • Chracterization of physical-to-functional heirarchies and the importance of this analysis to realizing optimum functional intent
  • Examination of students' drawings with an eye toward making them clearer so as to optimize design intent and maximize ROI
  • Advanced tolerancing development within ASME Y14.5
Extension principles for datums used in non-standard designs
  • Complex 3D profile geometry and tolerance boundaries
  • Critical simplification of ASME Y14.5
  • Statistical tolerancing
  • Implications of GD&T for Six-sigma initiatives and product reliability
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http://www.gagesite.com/gdt-advanced-applications-p-3300635.html
11/11/2019MC-206 Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing, Everett, WashingtonIn this five-day Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing course, you will learn to configure MET/CAL® software to create, edit, and maintain calibration solutions, projects and procedures. Acquire the knowledge to program more effectively in the MET/CAL® language using all the features of the software. The majority of the class time is spent in hands-on development of MET/CAL® procedures and reports The Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing course is designed for cal lab personnel who have hands-on experience with the operation of MET/CAL® software prior to attending the class.

Course topics:
  • Basic operation of MET/CAL® software
  • Adding standards
  • Using non-reference standards
  • Running reports
  • Customizing the run prompts
  • Overview of the Function Selection Codes (FSC)
  • Examples of MATH and LIB FSCs
  • Examples of IEEE, SCPI and PORT FSCs
  • Establishing uncertainty in MET/CAL®software
  • Complete a working procedure for a Fluke handheld DMM
  • Test your procedure using a Fluke calibrator
  • Full results table
  • Examples of uncertainty in a procedure
  • Using Crystal Reports
    MC-206 Basic MET/CAL® Procedure Writing Course Outline (190.58 KB)
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/calibration-software-training/mc-206-basic-metcal%C2%AE-procedure-writing
11/12/2019Practical Temperature Calibration, American Fork, UtahA three-day course loaded with valuable principles and hands-on training designed to help calibration technicians and engineers get a solid base of temperature calibration fundamentals. The course material, developed by Fluke calibration experts, is taken from years of technical support experience covering common temperature calibration questions and is based on the techniques used in our world-class calibration laboratories.

Course topics:
  • Accreditation issues
  • Risk Assessment
  • Future changes in temperature traceability
  • Realizing a triple-point of water
  • How to check RTPW
  • How to calibrate a metrology well
  • How to maintain a temperature calibration equipment
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http://us.flukecal.com/training/temperature-calibration-training/practical-temperature-calibration
11/28/2019Thermal Analysis for Safety Evaluation of Chemical Processes in the Chemical Industry, WebinarThis webinar describes the various uses of thermal analysis for safety assessment in the chemical industry. In recent years, a number of serious accidents have occurred in chemical production facilities. Many of these accidents have resulted in severe injuries, or even to the death of plant operators, and have often had a dramatic impact on the local environment. In many cases, thermal runaway reactions were the primary cause of the accidents. An efficient thermal screening system for chemicals and chemical processes is therefore crucial for reducing accidents in the chemical industry. More ⇒http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/safety-studies-using-thermal-analysis.html
12/3/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Waltham, MaineThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
    More ⇒
http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
12/3/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Awareness, Denham Grove, United KingdomThis course aims to provide an awareness of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. In particular how the business processes of individual laboratories may be informed and enhanced in meeting its requirements. The course focuses from a personal perspective, reflecting primarily on the structure, resource, process, management and general requirements. The course will enable delegates to gain an awareness of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and its function as a framework for demonstrating competence and to gain an understanding of conformity - all of which is achieved through a combination of presentations, exercises and discussion.
Click here to download a course programme.
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http://www.ukas.com/booking-course/?id=MTczNzky
12/8/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor, Dubai, U.A.E.Learn everything you need to know about ISO/IEC 17025 laboratory accreditation. We’ll take you through every stage of the certification journey on our ISO/IEC 17025 Introduction, Implementation and Internal Auditor training course. Start with a detailed overview of the standard and its requirements. And discover how to meet these in your laboratory by implementing an ISO/IEC 17025 quality control system. Our experts will also explain auditing techniques so you can maintain accreditation by monitoring, assessing and improving performance.
Learning Objectives:
  • The requirements and scope of the ISO/IEC 17025 standard
  • How to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025
  • The principles and application of quality control
  • Understand the laboratory accreditation process
  • How to monitor and continually improve quality control processes
More ⇒
http://www.bsigroup.com/en-AE/Our-services/Training-courses/Laboratory-Accreditation-ISOIEC-17025-training/ISOIEC-17025-Introduction-Implementation-and-Internal-Auditing/
12/9/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 - The New Standard for Laboratory Competence (MS 111), Las Vegas, NevadaThis course is a comprehensive review of the philosophies and requirements of this international Standard. The participant will gain an understanding of conformity assessment using the risks and opportunities-based approach.

Course Content
  1. Course Introduction
  2. Registration vs. Accreditation vs. Certification
  3. Mutual Recognition Arrangements
  4. Requirements from the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Standard:
    1. New Definitions and Concepts
    2. Impartiality and Confidentiality
    3. Organizational and Management Structure
    4. Personnel and Measurement Resources (competence, facilities, and equipment)
    5. Laboratory Processes using the PDCA model (customer work requests through to final report/certificate delivery)
    6. Management System (document and record control, internal audits and management reviews, and handling and prevention of non-conforming work events)
  5. Advertising accreditation status and Reporting accredited results
  6. Traceability requirements for measurement equipment
  7. Participation in proficiency testing
    More ⇒
http://www.a2la.org/events/new-iso-iec-17025-2017-the-new-standard-for-laboratory-competence-ms-111
12/9/2019ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Lead Assessor Training, New Orleans, LouisianaDevelop your expertise and value as an ISO/IEC 17025:2017 specialist. Review, write, and understand ISO/IEC 17025:2017 nonconformances. Hone your skills; understand the rigors of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. This course is invaluable for new assessors and as a refresher for long-time assessors of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. Consultants who help transition clients from other ISO standards and from the 2005 version to the requirements of the latest ISO/IEC 17025:2017 will also benefit from this course.

The 4.5-day ISO/IEC 17025 Lead Assessor Training course is designed to further develop your understanding of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and help you understand how to plan and lead an ISO/IEC 17025 assessment. Attendees will gain an understanding of uncertainty, traceability, and PT/ILC and how they are assessed. This course will prepare you to meet technical demands of the assessment while providing practical exercises to aid comprehension.Attending an ISO/IEC 17025 Lead Assessor Training course is just one of the necessary steps in becoming a contract assessor for an accreditation body.
Learning Objectives:
  • Understand all the elements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017.
  • Cover the full range of assessment techniques, good practices, and assessor responsibilities.
  • Benefit from practical assessment exercises.
  • Gain an understanding and assessing uncertainty, traceability, and PT/ILC.
  • Get practical experience of planning, running, and reporting on assessments.
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http://asq.org/training/isoiec-170252017-lead-assessor-training-la17
12/10/2019Dimensional Measurement Training: Level 2 - Measurement Applier, INSPHERE Ltd, Bristol, United KingdomA four day training course building on the knowledge and measurement principles gained through the Level 1 training course.
Aims & Objectives
  • To provide knowledge and expertise in the application of measurement
  • To enable organisations to save time and money through the implementation of best measurement practice
  • To encourage a planning culture
Benefits to the learner
  • Application of the fundamental principles of geometrical product specification and measurement tools
  • To understand the fundamental principles of calibration
  • To apply fundamental measurement calculations
  • Respond to measurement results and related uncertainty
  • Communicate, question and plan the measurement process
Download Course Flyer
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http://www.npl.co.uk/commercial-services/products-and-services/training/training-courses/dimensional-measurement-training-level-2-measurement-applier/
12/11/2019Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty (EMU 101), Frederick, MarylandIntroduction to Measurement Uncertainty (EMU 101), http://www.a2la.org/events/introduction-to-measurement-uncertainty-emu-101 This course is a suitable introduction for both calibration and testing laboratory participants, focusing on the concepts and mathematics of the measurement uncertainty evaluation process. The participant will gain an understanding of the statistical techniques required to estimate measurement uncertainty, and will practice those skills to create basic uncertainty budgets.

Course Content
  • Introduction:
    • The requirement for uncertainty estimates.
    • Uncertainty References, Definitions, The GUM; and other more user-friendly material.
  • Mathematics:
    • Significant digits, scientific notation, and units conversion.
    • Basic statistics used in the GUM.
  • Estimating Uncertainties:
    • Type A and Type B methods.
    • Distributions, confidence levels, standard deviation.
    • Distributions and Applying corrections.
    • Outside limit estimates.
    • How many measurements (sample size).
    • Combination of uncertainties.
    • Correlated vs. uncorrelated.
    • Expanded uncertainty; and confidence intervals.
    More ⇒
http://www.a2la.org/events/introduction-to-measurement-uncertainty-emu-101
12/12/2019Applied Measurement Uncertainty for Calibration Laboratories, Frederick, MarylandDuring this workshop, the participant will be introduced to several tools and techniques that can be applied in the testing laboratory environment to efficiently and effectively create measurement uncertainty budgets which comply with ISO/IEC 17025 requirements. The tools presented are generic in nature such that they may be applied in a variety of testing laboratories.

Course Content
  • Metrology terminology and definitions.
  • Requirements for metrological traceability.
  • Statistical applications using Microsoft Excel.
  • The uncertainty estimation process.
  • Repeatability and reproducibility methods.
  • Development of the test uncertainty budget.
  • Understanding and reporting measurement uncertainty in test reports.
After successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  1. Discuss the concepts within the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty of Measurement (The GUM);
  2. List and define the contributors for testing laboratory measurement uncertainty estimates;
  3. Determine how contributors are considered for inclusion in the uncertainty budget; and
  4. Build a basic Test Measurement Uncertainty Budget.
More ⇒
http://www.a2la.org/events/applied-measurement-uncertainty-for-testing-laboratories-emu-201
12/12/2019Seminar - Refresher für externe Auditoren, Nürnberg, GermanyRechtliche und Technische Entwicklungen für Auditoren der Normen ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 / ISO 45001 und ISO 50001 (V8274). Diese Veranstaltung richtet sich an externe Umwelt-, Arbeitsschutz- und Energiemanagementauditoren, die ihr Fachwissen auffrischen möchten, im speziellen an DQS Auditoren. Mehr ⇒http://www.concada.de/seminare/seminar/refresher-fuer-externe-auditoren-rechtliche-und-technische-entwicklungen-fuer-auditoren-der-normen-iso-14001-ohsas-18001-iso-45001-und-iso-50001/
12/12/2019Crucibles for Thermal Analysis, WebinarCrucibles for thermal analysis serve as sample holders during thermoanalytical measurements. The right crucible choice is essential for obtaining accurate results and protects the measuring cell against contamination. In addition, sample loading and removal can be performed fully automatically using the sample robot.

High quality crucibles are essential when it comes to the accuracy and repeatability of results; flat bases ensure perfect thermal contact with the sample, minimize the appearance of artifacts and permit optimum heat transfer • even at extremely low temperature gradients. More ⇒
http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/crucibles-for-thermal-analysis.html
12/12/2019METTLER TOLEDO’s Contribution to Lean Laboratory, WebinarThis webinar explains the analogies of lean manufacturing with lean lab and suggests aspects of our instruments that can help you convert your lab into a lean lab. Attending this webinar will give you some ideas how you can use technical aspects of your laboratory equipment and workflows to optimize your processes according to the lean idea. More ⇒http://www.mt.com/us/en/home/events/live-webinars/lab-analytical-instruments/lean-laboratory.html
1/14/2020Laboratory Internal Audit, Manchester, United KingdomAll laboratories need to carry out an internal audit of their business processes and performance of tests and calibrations to ensure delivery of a competent service to their clients. An accredited laboratory needs to check not only that laboratory personnel at all levels are implementing the prescribed processes but also that its systems and practices are compatible with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025.

The course aims to help delegates gain a sound understanding of the internal audit process and its value to management. This interactive course allows delegates to gain confidence in performing an internal audit through role-play.
Click here to download a course programme.
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http://www.ukas.com/booking-course/?id=MjY5OA==
2/4/2020Uncertainty of Measurement, Denham Grove, Uxbridge, United KingdomDrawing on experience of training skills of estimating uncertainty of measurement to more than two thousand testing and calibration practitioners over the years, this course aims to provide delegates with an appreciation of the concept of uncertainty of measurement in both a testing and calibration environment, and uses a combination of lectures and interactive exercises and demonstrations to take delegates through the process of calculating uncertainties.
Click here to download a course programme.
More ⇒
http://www.ukas.com/booking-course/?id=OTI2Mg==
2/12/2020Preparation for Laboratory Accreditation, UKAS Head Office, Staines, United KingdomThe course covers the key aspects associated with the accreditation process and provides laboratory personnel preparing for accreditation and initial assessment with important information regarding ISO/IEC 17025.
Click here to download a course programme.
More ⇒
http://www.ukas.com/booking-course/?id=MTExMjY=
3/3/2020ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Awareness, Denham Grove, United KingdomThis course aims to provide an awareness of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. In particular how the business processes of individual laboratories may be informed and enhanced in meeting its requirements. The course focuses from a personal perspective, reflecting primarily on the structure, resource, process, management and general requirements. The course will enable delegates to gain an awareness of ISO/IEC 17025:2017 and its function as a framework for demonstrating competence and to gain an understanding of conformity - all of which is achieved through a combination of presentations, exercises and discussion.
Click here to download a course programme.
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3/10/2020Laboratory Internal Audit, Denham Grove, Uxbridge, United KingdomAll laboratories need to carry out an internal audit of their business processes and performance of tests and calibrations to ensure delivery of a competent service to their clients. An accredited laboratory needs to check not only that laboratory personnel at all levels are implementing the prescribed processes but also that its systems and practices are compatible with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025.

The course aims to help delegates gain a sound understanding of the internal audit process and its value to management. This interactive course allows delegates to gain confidence in performing an internal audit through role-play. Click here to download a course programme. More ⇒
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10/20/2020Time and Frequency Measurement, Lindfield, AustraliaThis two-day course (9 am to 5 pm) covers the broad range of equipment and techniques used to measure time and frequency and to calibrate time and frequency instruments. Please find the link to the brochure here.
The topics covered include:
     clocks, oscillators and frequency standards
     time scales and international timekeeping
     evaluating the performance of time and frequency standards
     selection of clocks and oscillators to suit applications
     primary standards and traceability
     the Global Positioning System (GPS)
     time and frequency transfer, including TV-sync, GPS and two-way satellite transfer
     computer time and Network Time Protocol
     frequency and time interval measuring instruments
     measurement and analysis techniques for time and frequency calibrations
     estimating measurement uncertainty
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