GC Method Development Video Training Course
4 Video Training Sessions, with Tutor Support
GC Method Development Video Course
Method development in the modern GC laboratory is challenging but can be approached very logically and is hugely rewarding when a fit for purpose method is produced. This course provides you with the underpinning knowledge to begin your GC method development career.
This course has been designed for those who are experience in GC and who are now looking to develop their experience and understanding of method development. During the course we will assume that you are familiar with the basic theories of gas phase chromatographic separations, but we’ll also revisit some theory to underpin the teaching.
Logical and informed method development leads to high quality, reproducible and robust GC methods. This course considers the wide array of equipment and chemistry choices available to method developers in the modern analytical laboratory and teaches a refined and logical approach to method development.
Each video session is accompanied by supporting modules from CHROMacademy and we will be using some of the thousands of movies within CHROMacademy to clearly demonstrate the principles and processes being discussed.
All four sessions should be attended in order to gain the level of understanding required in order to complete the Final Assessment, which is a mandatory element required in order to gain your certificate of course completion.
Course Delivery & Duration
Our CHROMacademy tutors will deliver four video training sessions over a four week period with all sessions made available on-demand after their release until the course end date.
It's important you register before the course start date! To gain a certificate of completion you must complete a final assessment before the course end date - this is typically seven weeks after we release session one.
Don't worry if you miss a session you can always catch up at anytime within the seven weeks period, however we strongly suggest that you keep up to date with the sessions as they are broadcast.
Who should take this course