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Most impactful online or print training resource
Winner: Anthias Consulting

This award puts the spotlight on laboratories who have successfully created an online or print training resource.    

Anthias Consulting successfully created and delivered outstanding online training resources, transitioning to online training at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

“I am nominating our team at Anthias Consulting for transitioning to online training at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. The training has received excellent feedback from attendees throughout and has continued to be successful 16 months after it was first launched.” – Alana Thompson, Website & Marketing Manager at Anthias Consulting Ltd. 

Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, Anthias regularly held public face-to-face training courses at The Open University in Milton Keynes, supporting laboratory analysts to improve their knowledge and skills. The training aims to enable analysts to make the most of their instrumentation by improving their knowledge and skills through a

range of hands-on and classroom-based courses. These courses range from
universal training in the base techniques, focussing on the theory and
chemistry of the analysis, through to practical training on a specific make and
model of instrument or software. Attendees from around the world from all
industries attend Anthias’ scheduled courses and trainers provide independent
expertise and advice to analysts from across industry and academia. Many of
Anthias’ training courses are approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
for the purposes of continuing professional development (CPD), providing a
valuable source of high-quality training. With delegates unable to travel from
overseas and travel restrictions within the UK due to the Covid-19 pandemic,
Anthias strived to continue to offer their CPD training courses. They quickly
adapted to online delivery of their analytical training and launched their
first live scheduled Virtual Classroom training course in April 2020. During
and between national lockdowns in the UK due to the pandemic, many analysts’
work patterns saw them alternating working from home and in the laboratory.
Some analysts needed training across multiple techniques to rapidly get up to
speed in other techniques used in their lab. The ability to attend an
RSC-approved training course virtually meant they could access the training
when working from home.

Most impactful online or print training resource

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.

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