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Most impactful F2F training
Winner: Anthias Consulting

This award puts the spotlight on laboratories who have successfully delivered F2F training.    

Anthias Consulting defied all odds and successfully and safely delivered face-to-face training this year, despite the challenges that Covid-19 presented. They delivered onsite face-to-face training throughout the pandemic, supporting analysts across the UK with hands-on instrument and software training, method development and troubleshooting.

“I am nominating our trainers at Anthias Consulting for delivering onsite face-to-face training throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, supporting analysts across the UK with hands-on instrument and software training, method development and troubleshooting.” – Alana Thompson, Website & Marketing Manager at Anthias Consulting Ltd.

 Throughout the past 16 months, the Anthias team have delivered onsite training across the UK, continuing to support analysts with hands-on instrument hardware training, software training, method development and optimisation, method validation and troubleshooting. Anthias has provided a valuable training resource for customers to be able to continue to access face-to-face training throughout the pandemic. The training has facilitated the continuation of analysis in laboratories where analysts have been faced with challenges such as new instrumentation to understand how to operate, training to provide cover on other techniques/instruments during the pandemic alongside troubleshooting instrument and application problems. Many of Anthias’ training courses are approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry for the purposes of continuing professional development (CPD), serving to underpin the high quality of the training. For onsite training, the course is tailored to the customer’s needs to suit the experience level of the team, the depth of topics covered and to include additional topics and techniques used.

 

Most impactful F2F training

The Lab Awards are taking place on the evening of the 3 November 2021 at the ICC, Birmingham. Organised by Lab Innovations and powered by Laboratory News, the awards are the place to celebrate the reunion of the industry and the fantastic collaborations, products, companies and people within the laboratory industry.

There are 16 categories open for submission, follow the link below to view all categories and submit your entry!

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