NPL Humidity Measurement & Calibration

TWO DAY COURSE | 7 – 8 Oct 2010

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Teddington, UK –?? A two day training course on humidity measurement and calibration, covering measurement techniques, terms and definitions;,calculations, traceability and calibration and hands-on laboratory sessions.

The course will open with an introductory session on humidity terms and definitions followed by talks that will cover the necessary background to the subject with full course notes provided. A tour of the NPL Humidity laboratory, plus ‘hands-on’ sessions, will give a practical introduction to humidity measurement and calibration techniques.

This will be reinforced with talks on uncertainties, traceability and accreditation.

To view the programme, click here for the current/most recent course flyer.

All participants will receive a certificate of attendance.

This course is suitable for technicians and technical managers closely concerned with humidity measurement and calibration.

The course will be given by members of the NPL Engineering Measurement team.

Additional Information

A two/three day Temperature Measurement and Calibration course is scheduled to precede to this Humidity Measurement and Calibration course.??You may register for both courses at the same time on the registration form.

This course has been endorsed by the Institute of Physics (IOP):

  • If you are a member of the IOP, you will receive a 10% discount on the course fee
  • CPD points will be awarded on this course at a rate of 3 per hour

Contact:For further technical information, please??contact: Stephanie Bell

Registration: Click here to register online

Exhibition:Cost: ??250 (incl VAT)????|????Click here to download exhibition registration form

Contact: Gill Roe

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The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is the UK’s National Measurement Institute and is a world-leading centre of excellence in developing and applying the most accurate measurement standards, science and technology.