May 13-15, 2014
- Powerful “how-to” workshop
- Learn measurement uncertainty concepts and techniques
- Understand the uncertainty budgeting process
MET-302 Hands-On Metrology Statistics is a three-day course that will teach you how to develop uncertainty budgets and to understand the necessary calibration processes and techniques to obtain repeatable results.
Continue reading May 13-15 MET-302 Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty
Apr 8-10, 2014
QUAMETEC Institute of Measurement
3-Day Measurement Uncertainty Workshop
$1995 USD per Student Software Included!
The Complete Measurement Uncertainty Analysis Solution!
ISO GUM Concepts, Hands-on Workshop, and features/techniques unique in the industry to QUAMETEC, such as; “Measurement Range Uncertainty” analysis for analyzing an entire measuring range, “Uncertainty Matrixing” for addressing the measurement uncertainties of an entire laboratory and “UncertaintyToolbox™” software, reported to be the favorite measurement uncertainty analysis software of America’s accredited laboratories and assessor’s alike, due to it’s ease of use and full calculation and reporting in Microsoft® Excel®, allowing users to provide their analysis work in digital form to their assessor. James Jenkins, the developer/instructor, has been a trainer/technical advisor for several ISO/IEC17025 accreditation bodies. Attendees receive up to date and appropriate guidance in meeting the accreditation requirements for uncertainty analysis. To ensure the attendee’s learning objectives are met, class size is limited to 8 students and each attendee receives FREE review of uncertainty budgets for 30 days. To Register Call 810-225-8588.
Continue reading Apr 8-10 Measurement Uncertainty Workshop – Fenton, MI
A2LA Offers “Fundamentals of Force Calibration” Course in Partnership with Morehouse Instrument Co., Inc.
This course will cover applied force calibration techniques and will include live demonstrations using dead weight primary standards and secondary standards to exhibit potential errors made in everyday force measurements. The measurement errors demonstrated and discussed will include errors associated with improper alignment, use of different and/or incorrect adapter types, thread depth and thread loading.
This course will also cover the importance of calibrating force measurement devices in the manner in which they are being used in order to reduce measurement errors and to lower uncertainty.
Continue reading Jun 18 Fundamentals of Force Calibration – York, PA
Feb 26, 2014
Measurement is fundamental to the control of quality, efficiency and safety. It is vital that all those using industrial measurement recognise that measurement is not an exact science. Understanding the magnitude of the uncertainty associated with any measurement is the first step to improving accuracy. An ability to identify the key issues affecting accuracy is the crucial step in ensuring that limited resources are correctly targeted in any drive to improve accuracy.
This course will introduce delegates to the techniques required to identify what affects measurements and by how much. By ranking the effects, delegates will be able to guard against invalid conclusions and ensure that the key measurements are targeted for investment in new instrumentation.
Continue reading Feb 26 Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty Training Course – Aberdeen, UK
Hosted by WorkPlace Training
Mar 3-4, 2014
Boca Raton FL
This workshop introduces basic measurement uncertainty and traceability concepts. The concepts taught are then put in practice by developing sample measurement uncertainty budgets. Attendees are encouraged to work their sample uncertainty budgets with instructor input. Hands-on development of the uncertainty budget helps in the comprehension process. Excel spreadsheets are utilized for developing measurement uncertainty budgets.
Continue reading Mar 3-4 Measurement Uncertainty (per ILAC P14 Guidelines) – Boca Raton FL