Friday 12 November 2010

How to Troubleshoot HPLC – External Training Courses

The best way to avoid and resolve problems when using HPLC is to have a sound understanding of how the technique works and the role of each component in the HPLC system. On the course How to Troubleshoot HPLC, sponsored by Phenomenex, we look at each component of a HPLC system in turn, explaining the role that it plays and how it works, and then identifying the causes of potential problems. This allows you to implement appropriate preventative measures and apply what you have learned to any brand of HPLC instrumentation. You will receive lots of helpful advice and tips on how to consistently achieve trouble free HPLC analyses.

We will focus on the practical application of your new skills and knowledge so that you are fully equipped to effectively troubleshoot HPLC when you return to your lab. This is achieved by putting your newfound problem solving skills into practice using numerous real-life case studies. You are encouraged to bring along your HPLC problems for discussion during the training.

The available dates are as follows:

Thursday 18th November
Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Naas Road, Dublin

Tuesday 23rd November
De Vere Wychwood Park, Weston, Crewe, Cheshire

Tuesday 30th November
The Lensbury, Broom Road, Teddington, West London

The course costs £195 which includes the full day of training (including post training assessment), course literature, technical brochures, lunch & refreshments. To register click here.

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