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Hichrom Training Courses & Short Seminars 2018

Hichrom Training Courses & Short Seminars 2018

Book before 1st March 2018 and receive a 15% early-bird discount off all courses

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Hichrom Short Seminars

20.03.2018 to 20.11.2018

Multiple locations

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HPLC Troubleshooting

13.03.2018 to 09.10.2018

Multiple locations

HPLC and UHPLC Troubleshooting is an intensive one day course that teaches you how to solve the common problems that can occur with your LC methods. You will learn how to qualify the performance of your HPLC/UHPLC instrument using specific tests that can also be used for isolating existing problems. You'll also learn how to prevent many of these problems from occurring in the first place. This course is designed for anyone who works with HPLC or UHPLC

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HPLC Method Development

14.03.2018

Reading

This course is for scientists involved in HPLC method development, as well as those involved in the transfer of existing methods between laboratories. This course focuses on the fundamentals of chromatographic separation and applies them in a time proven strategy for developing robust HPLC methods quickly. The important principles of resolution will be explored in order to provide a solid platform from which delegates will be able to implement a systematic, efficient approach to developing rugged, robust reversed-phase HPLC methods.

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Stepwise Introduction to ‘Practical’ HPLC - Part 1

24.04.2018

Nottingham

This course is in two separate 1 day ‘stepwise' parts for ease of learning and covers the essential concepts and operational principles of High Performance Liquid Chromatography. This course is for you if you are involved in HPLC or are going to be involved in HPLC, in a practical, hands on capacity. No previous HPLC training is necessary, although a basic understanding of HPLC would be helpful. Delegates will receive the greatest benefit by registering for both parts, although it is entirely possible to take either part independently from the other.

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Stepwise Introduction to ‘Practical’ HPLC - Part 2

22.05.2018

Nottingham

This course is in two separate 1 day ‘stepwise' parts for ease of learning and covers the essential concepts and operational principles of High Performance Liquid Chromatography. This course is for you if you are involved in HPLC or are going to be involved in HPLC, in a practical, hands on capacity. No previous HPLC training is necessary, although a basic understanding of HPLC would be helpful. Delegates will receive the greatest benefit by registering for both parts, although it is entirely possible to take either part independently from the other.

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HPLC Method Development

24.05.2018

York

This course is for scientists involved in HPLC method development, as well as those involved in the transfer of existing methods between laboratories. This course focuses on the fundamentals of chromatographic separation and applies them in a time proven strategy for developing robust HPLC methods quickly. The important principles of resolution will be explored in order to provide a solid platform from which delegates will be able to implement a systematic, efficient approach to developing rugged, robust reversed-phase HPLC methods.

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Data Integrity for the Pharmaceutical Industry - Full day

05.06.2018

Manchester

This course is designed for laboratory personnel responsible for ensuring & auditing integrity of data in today's laboratory. It will also be useful for managers and other staff involved in the process. For those workers who need to be aware of this area but are not directly repsonsible, this class will give an insight into the requirements of data integrity. Those with some lab experience will benefit from this course more than those with no experience.

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HPLC Method Development

13.06.2018

Edinburgh

This course is for scientists involved in HPLC method development, as well as those involved in the transfer of existing methods between laboratories. This course focuses on the fundamentals of chromatographic separation and applies them in a time proven strategy for developing robust HPLC methods quickly. The important principles of resolution will be explored in order to provide a solid platform from which delegates will be able to implement a systematic, efficient approach to developing rugged, robust reversed-phase HPLC methods.

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Absolute Basics of GC & GC-MS

20.06.2018

Manchester

The course covers the what, why, where, when and how of GC & GC-MS and is designed to allow attendees to boost their knowledge and confidence in all aspects of these techniques. If you have no or very little knowledge of gas chromatography, are an analyst, technician, engineer or work in sales and would like to improve your knowledge in this area, then this is the course for you. Those returning to work with GC will find this to be an excellent refresher course on the subject. This course is RSC approved.

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HPLC Method Development

04.07.2018

London

This course is for scientists involved in HPLC method development, as well as those involved in the transfer of existing methods between laboratories. This course focuses on the fundamentals of chromatographic separation and applies them in a time proven strategy for developing robust HPLC methods quickly. The important principles of resolution will be explored in order to provide a solid platform from which delegates will be able to implement a systematic, efficient approach to developing rugged, robust reversed-phase HPLC methods.

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Stepwise Introduction to ‘Practical’ HPLC - Part 1

18.09.2018

Reading

This course is in two separate 1 day ‘stepwise' parts for ease of learning and covers the essential concepts and operational principles of High Performance Liquid Chromatography. This course is for you if you are involved in HPLC or are going to be involved in HPLC, in a practical, hands on capacity. No previous HPLC training is necessary, although a basic understanding of HPLC would be helpful. Delegates will receive the greatest benefit by registering for both parts, although it is entirely possible to take either part independently from the other.

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HPLC Method Development

10.10.2018

Manchester

This course is for scientists involved in HPLC method development, as well as those involved in the transfer of existing methods between laboratories. This course focuses on the fundamentals of chromatographic separation and applies them in a time proven strategy for developing robust HPLC methods quickly. The important principles of resolution will be explored in order to provide a solid platform from which delegates will be able to implement a systematic, efficient approach to developing rugged, robust reversed-phase HPLC methods.

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Stepwise Introduction to ‘Practical’ HPLC - Part 2

30.10.2018

Reading

This course is in two separate 1 day ‘stepwise' parts for ease of learning and covers the essential concepts and operational principles of High Performance Liquid Chromatography. This course is for you if you are involved in HPLC or are going to be involved in HPLC, in a practical, hands on capacity. No previous HPLC training is necessary, although a basic understanding of HPLC would be helpful. Delegates will receive the greatest benefit by registering for both parts, although it is entirely possible to take either part independently from the other.

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Big Molecules – Big Challenges 11 (SEC, HIC, Affinity)

06.11.2018

Cambridge

This seminar explores the advantages and applications of techniques such as size exclusion, ion exchange and affinity chromatography in the analysis of biomolecules. The course is suitable both for scientists already using these techniques and those familiar with small molecules who are looking to apply chromatographic techniques to larger molecules. It will acquaint you with how to characterise proteins, monoclonal antibodies, pharmaceutical excipients and similar molecules.
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