|Specific Training Objectives: As demonstrated through various practical exercises and a final written examination:
The cost of the course is $795 per student (course based in United States, additional charges may apply for courses outside the United States). This fee will cover the cost of registration, all course materials (including a take home copy of ISO/IEC 17025), training workshops, attendance certificates and a final exam. Attendees will be responsible for any travel, lodging and meal expenses. Lunches and breaks will be “on your own” and are not included in the fee.
Payment: ASCLD/LAB accepts payment by credit card, check or purchase order. Tax is not charged for course registration fees. Payment should be received by ASCLD/LAB prior to the class.
Location: The specific training location and logistical information will be provided to registered students. Students are not required to stay at the same facility as the training, but are encouraged to find lodging that is close by.
Class size: A minimum of 12 students and a maximum of 24 (depending on facilities).
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM – 10:30 AM – for travelers, class will end no later than 10:30 AM
Attendance is mandatory for the entire course regardless of previous ASCLD/LAB or ISO training.
One hour will be provided for lunch each day. Intermittent breaks will be provided to ensure student comfort. The course is provided in English. Special arrangements for second language and disability requirements (hearing/sight) are the financial responsibility of the student or their employer, and should be conveyed to the instructor prior to the course. Some materials can be made available in large print at no additional cost. Dress is suggested as business casual.
Interested parties should submit a completed the registration for training form to secure a seat in the course. Registrations can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to ANAB Training Applications, 2000 Regency Parkway, Suite 430, Cary, NC 27518. For faster processing, please e-mail.
Please note: For consideration to become an assessor, all participants that satisfactorily complete the assessor training must submit both the Application for Assessor Qualification and a signed Code of Conduct for Volunteers. These documents must be submitted within 1 year after successful completion of the exam. In addition, each participant under consideration shall possess the following amount of relevant work experience:
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