Training

Training Courses

BPC distributes its clinical chemistry instrumentation in Italy and in many foreign countries through commercial partnerships with local distributors. The company pays great attention to the training of specialists able to work competently on the analyzers and provide the necessary support to the customers. The training courses are for people with technical-scientific education and good reasoning skills and problem solving. The course dates are programmed in accordance with the needs of the instructor and participants. For reasons closely related to the achievement of best quality objectives, the course is held at the premises of the BPC. In the presence of special needs, the course is organized at the premises of the distributor. Training courses are of two types, course for application specialists and that for technicians. It is essential understanding and speaking English.


Course for application specialists

Participants are require chemical and biological expertise, knowledge of laboratory techniques, clinical chemistry and computer science. On average the courses last two to three working days. At the end of the course the specialist must be able to operate autonomously on the analyzer. He must have acquired the concept of calibration and able to install a new method in the instrument. Must know how to distinguish whether the imprecision and / or poor reproducibility of the results is linked to chemistry or is caused by a fault of the instrument. To keep the instrument perfectly efficient, must be able to perform all the scheduled maintenance operations. Finally, must be able to instruct his customers to use the new analyzer.


Course for technicians

Participants are required skills of electronics, computer science, mechanics, hydraulics, and chemistry. Is important to have good manual skills and problem solving skill. On average the courses last three to five working days. At the end of the course the technician must be able to operate with sufficient autonomy on the instrument. He must have clear the concept of calibration and able to test the instrument after the repair. Must know how to distinguish whether the imprecision and / or poor reproducibility of the results is linked to chemistry or is caused by a fault of the instrument. Must know how to remove and refit any assembly and how to perform the mechanical procedures of alignment and electronic regulation.

For further information on the courses contact Mr F.Ballerini to the following address:

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