PRACTICAL – RELEVANT – CUTTING EDGE!
Our LC/MS On-Line Training instructors have spent their careers working in the real-world of contract research laboratories, government facilities and academic research. In this environment, they have encountered nearly every conceivable problem, instrument malfunction, difficulty or challenge involved in every-day mass spec analysis. They are not just college professors; but hands-on, ‘under-the-hood’ scientists with practical experience and up-to-date with cutting edge technology and techniques.
Busy scientists and laboratory personnel no longer have the time or budget necessary for travel to distant locations for traditional classroom training. LC/MS on-line training brings the class room to you! All of our on-line training courses have been filmed before live audiences. The content features the same audio / video / presentation slides / and handouts students receive when attending the class in person. However, your out-of-pocket tuition for our on-line courses will be a fraction of your investment for traditional LC/MS classroom training which include the cost of the speaker, travel, room, board and time away from home. All of our LC/MS On-Line courses are priced at $395 or less.
IMMEDIATE ACCESS / AUTOMATED REMINDERS
Purchase any LC/MS on-line training course using our secure credit card platform and you will receive via e-mail immediate access to the full curriculum of topics. The lectures range in length from 20 to 45 minutes. You may complete the lectures at your own pace or rely on our automated e-mail reminders every four weeks which prompt you to view the next lecture you have not yet viewed. You may return to any lecture during the duration of your subscription.
JOIN THE CONVERSATION
Once you become a part of our LC/MS on-line membership community, you can network with our instructors, other students and a variety of industry organizations through our social media connections. Stay current with cutting edge information provided from our regularly posted articles / podcasts and webcasts. Ask questions; describe problems and challenges you face; or comment on current topics of interest to our LC/MS on-line community.