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GSE Opportunities: Free NPL Training

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National Physical Laboratory offers access to all E-learning courses for free until June 30th

To address the challenges many are facing in adapting to operating remotely on a full-time basis, the National Physical Laboratory has made its full suite of e-learning training courses available free of charge until 30 June 2020.

NPL has always played a leading role in providing training in measurement science – an essential skill for the current and future workforce. Making the catalogue of E-Learning courses available free of charge, will help participants develop or extend skills and understanding across General Measurement, Dimensional Measurement and a range of Specialist Measurement courses.

You can view the entire list of e-learning content here

This e-learning offer provides learners with the chance to learn from home at their own pace. Full certificates and recognition of completion will be provided in the same way as with fully paid e-learning courses.

Training that may be of particular interest to government colleagues include some of our courses on general measurement and measurement uncertainty for example:

Introduction to Measurement and Metrology

Introduction to Measurement Uncertainty

Understanding Uncertainty Budgets

Understanding and Evaluating Measurement Uncertainty

Measurement Fundamentals Explained

Measurement Uncertainty Explained

 

Find out more or contact the training team


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