HPLC and UHPLC Troubleshooting: A Performance Qualification Approach

A comprehensive short course in the isolation, correction, and prevention of liquid chromatographic problems.

Cost: US$ 98 per user for 6 months access
What is included: 27 video modules, 27 assessment tests, Certificate of Completion
Link: https://www.analytical-training-solutions.com/

Note: the first module is free access to illustrate the value of the course

What does it cover?
“HPLC & UHPLC Troubleshooting: A Performance Qualification Approach” is an intensive online course that teaches you the ins and outs of solving problems that occur with your high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and ultra-high pressure liquid chromatography (UHPLC) methods. You will learn how to qualify the performance of your HPLC or UHPLC using specific tests that also can be used for isolating existing problems. More importantly, you’ll learn how to prevent many of these problems from happening in the first place.

Who should take this course?
This course is designed for anyone who works with HPLC or UHPLC. No previous experience with HPLC or UHPLC systems is assumed; however, much of the course will appeal to the more experienced worker.

What do you get?
You get full access to the 27 video modules and more than 7.5 hours of instruction.

What will I get from this course?
What you learn will demystify your instrument. You’ll find that all of the perplexing and frustrating problems your experience have simple and logical solutions. And, better yet, you’ll learn that most of these problems are preventable. The techniques you learn from this course will make you more effective at work and save you big headaches! Students tell us that this “extremely practical course” is a must for everyone who uses HPLC or UHPLC.

The course was designed by John Dolan, Tom Jupille, and Lloyd Snyder. This class is taught by John Dolan, considered to be the one of the world’s experts in HPLC. He has written more than 300 user-oriented articles on HPLC troubleshooting over the last 30 years in addition to more than 100 peer reviewed technical articles on HPLC and related techniques. His three books (co-authored with Lloyd Snyder), Troubleshooting HPLC Systems, Introduction to Modern Liquid Chromatography (3rd edn), and High-Performance Gradient Elution, are standard references on thousands of desks around the world. He also was intimately involved in the preparation of Snyder, Glajch, and Kirkland’s Practical HPLC Method Development (2nd edn) book. John is the author of Separation Science’s popular “HPLC Solutions” articles. From a method development standpoint, he has worked in a clinical chemistry department, managed an HPLC instrument manufacturer’s technical support laboratory, and written DryLab® software. He has taught HPLC training classes around the world to more than 10,000 students. His casual style and ability to get information across in a practical and understandable manner make him in high demand as a training instructor and conference speaker.