HPLC Training from John Dolan, Mel Euerby and other leading Chromatography Experts - Hichrom’s 2017 Training Courses
Feb 09 2017 Read 1692 Times
With courses delivered by world-renowned experts including John Dolan, Mel Euerby, Mark Powell, Diane Turner, Alan McKeown, Geoff Pickerell, Brian Montgomery, Helen Poole, Gemma Lo and Annette Larder, the new 2017 Hichrom training calendar is now available! Whether you are a relative newcomer to chromatography or a seasoned veteran, you can benefit from one of our courses.
Our courses will show you how to decrease costs, increase throughput, prevent costly method problems occurring, transfer methods between laboratories or from HPLC to UHPLC and develop faster, more reproducible HPLC/UHPLC or GC assays in a time effective manner. In fact, all of these courses are guaranteed to increase productivity and efficiency in your laboratory, reducing your analysis costs. If this doesn’t happen Hichrom will happily refund your money! New courses for 2017 include Pharmaceutical Data Integrity, Preparative HPLC and Method Development for HILIC Separations.
With costs for our courses from just £55 for a short course and from £195 for a day course these events present valuable opportunities to update and improve your chromatography skills. Additionally, ChromSoc, RSC and IBMS members all receive a 10% discount on all our courses.
Courses are running at a variety of locations across the UK and additional on-site courses can be arranged at dates and locations to suit your exact requirements.
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