Comprehensive GC Training (Agilent GC with OpenLAB CDS)
- Event Type:
- Workshops/Training Courses
- Nov. 22-25, 2021
- The Open University
- Milton Keynes , UK
This course has been approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry for purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
This course introduces the fundamental theory of gas chromatography along with the set-up, maintenance and troubleshooting of the Agilent GC hardware using GC OpenLAB CDS software.
The course covers the function and operation of the individual components of the Agilent Gas Chromatograph along with the logical steps of instrument troubleshooting and method development. Attendees will gain practical experience of adjusting the parameters and performing maintenance of the GC instrument. The course will review gas supply and gas handling, Agilent autosamplers, Agilent inlets including split-splitless and multi-mode, capillary columns, and detectors focusing on FID, ECD & TCD.
The course covers the operation of the GC OpenLAB CDS software, PC and data system installation, set-up and maintenance, an overview of the software, how to create a GC method, how to analyse individual samples and create sequences for analysing multiple samples, integration and reporting, quantitation and calibration, reviewing and reprocessing data, method maintenance and retention time locking.
- Independent - guaranteed non-sales environment and unbiased advice
- Training approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry
- Maximum class sizes to encourage participant interaction but provide focused support for your needs
- Plenty of opportunities to ask questions tailored to your needs
- Training has a strong practical and application focus, with lots of tips
- Taught by practicing analytical chemists with current skills
- Hundreds of attendees from a range of backgrounds successfully trained over the past 14 years
- Presented in English with visuals and props for clarity and instrument parts & consumables
- Price includes training manual, lunch and refreshments
- Prestigious training venue at The Open University – home to the expertise behind the Ptolemy instrument, on the Rosetta mission