Pittcon Announces 40+ New Classes in 2017 Short Course Program
News Sep 14, 2016
The Pittcon Short Course Committee has announced the 2017 Short Course program which runs from March 4 – 9. PIttcon will be held March 5-9, in Chicago, IL, in the West Hall of McCormick Place. Courses, offered at beginner and intermediate levels, range from one-half day up to two-days.
With more than 100 from which to choose, there are a wide variety of classes covering relevant analytical topics in food science, water/wastewater, environmental, life science, pharmaceutical.
Courses for broad-based application and general lab functions include lab management, quality control, technical writing, statistics, data management, and lab safety. This year, there are more than 40 new courses added to the schedule on topics such as, LC, GC, advanced techniques in HPLC, LIMS, scientific/technical writing, and data analysis, to name a few.
Short Course Chairman Stephanie Wetzel commented, “Year after year, our courses and instructors continually get high ratings by participants. A wide range of topics, expert instructors, affordability and convenience make these educational courses an excellent opportunity to add to one’s skill set.”
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