LEARN HOW TO CALCULATE MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
Even if you don’t know anything about it!
INTRODUCING HOW TO CALCULATE MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
The most comprehensive measurement uncertainty training course available.
Are you seeking ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation?
Do you struggle with estimating measurement uncertainty?
Then, this course is for you.
You will learn how to estimate uncertainty in measurement from start to finish through a series of 12 lectures that will show you how to estimate uncertainty step-by-step.
Plus, you will learn the skills needed to get ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation that aren’t taught in other measurement uncertainty courses.
In the beginning, you will learn how to develop your uncertainty analysis:
● How to design the framework for your uncertainty analysis,
● Where to find sources of uncertainty,
● How to get the value for each source of uncertainty, and
● How to pick the right probability distribution for each component.
Next, you will learn how to use the GUM method for estimating uncertainty:
● How to convert your uncertainty components to a standard uncertainty,
● How to combine your uncertainty components using the GUM method,
● How to pick the right expansion factor (k-factor),
● How to calculate expanded uncertainty, and
● How to evaluate and validate your results.
Finally, you will learn additional skills needed for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation;
● How to create your own uncertainty budget and calculator,
● How to develop your scope of accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025,
● How to develop prediction equations for CMC Uncertainty, and
● How to report uncertainty in your reports.
This is the most comprehensive measurement uncertainty training course available. Other courses only teach the GUM method. In this course, you will learn everything that you need to know to get ISO/IEC 17025 accredited.
YOU GET ACCESS TO THE FOLLOWING
When you enroll, you will get access to the following:
12 Measurement Uncertainty Training Videos
12 Measurement Uncertainty Training PowerPoint Slides
9 Measurement Uncertainty Training Project Videos
12 Measurement Uncertainty Training Guides
1 Measurement Uncertainty Budget Calculator
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
This course is designed to teach the information and skills needed to estimate uncertainty in measurement like a pro. It’s more than just the basics of the GUM method, this course is going to teach you the same process that I use to calculate uncertainty step-by-step.
Plus, you are going to learn how to create your own uncertainty budgets and prepare a scope of accreditation for your laboratory; critical steps needed to get ISO/IEC 17025 accredited.
To give you an idea of what you are going to learn, check out the learning objectives of this course;
● How to estimate measurement uncertainty using the GUM method;
● How to find, quantify, and characterize sources of measurement uncertainty;
● How to create an uncertainty budget to show your calculations;
● How to calculate your CMC Uncertainty prediction equations;
● How to develop your scope of accreditation;
● How to report uncertainty in your test/calibration reports; and
● How to evaluate and validate your estimates of measurement uncertainty.
This is a complete training course focused on teaching you everything that you need to know to confidently estimate measurement uncertainty and get your laboratory ISO/IEC 17025 accredited.
“This course is going to teach you the Tactics and the Theory, Not Just Theory!”
THE COURSE CURRICULUM
This is a 4 week course designed to teach how to estimate uncertainty in measurement in 3 fundamental stages. Each week you will get access to new lectures and assignments aimed at teaching you the next set of skills.
Take a look below at the weekly breakdown of the course:
In week 1, you are going to learn the fundamental skills and procedures that you need to use each time you perform an uncertainty analysis.
Lesson 1: You will learn how to specify a measurement function, so you can narrow the focus of your uncertainty analysis.
Lesson 2: You will learn how to find sources uncertainty.
Lesson 3: You will learn how to find or calculate the value of each source of uncertainty.
Lesson 4: You will learn how to pick the right probability distributions for your uncertainty components.
In week 2, you are going to learn all about estimating uncertainty using the GUM method.
Lesson 5: You will learn how to convert your uncertainty components to standard uncertainty.
Lesson 6: You will learn the GUM method for combining uncertainty components.
Lesson 7: You will learn how to select expansion factors and calculate expanded uncertainty.
Lesson 8: You will learn how to evaluate your estimated uncertainty and validate it.
In week 3, you will learn how to create uncertainty budgets and a scope of accreditation, so you can apply for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.
Lesson 9: You will learn how to create an uncertainty budget in Excel that will automatically calculate uncertainty for you.
Lesson 10: You will learn to calculate CMC Uncertainty equations for your scope of accreditation.
Lesson 11: You will learn how to report uncertainty in your test and calibration certificates.
Lesson 12: You will learn how to develop your scope of accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.
Week 4 is a lecture-free week to allow you extra time to complete your course project. There are no lectures in week 4. Simply, complete your course project and submit it for review.
Afterward, the instructor will review your uncertainty budgets.
THE COURSE PROJECT
“Watch me estimate uncertainty step-by-step, start to finish. Then, repeat what you see. It’s that easy!”
To make sure that you learn how to calculate uncertainty, this course requires you to complete a course project to demonstrate what you have learned.
The goal of the course project is to have you take action and estimate uncertainty for a test or measurement function that you choose. Preferably, it should be for a test or measurement function performed in your laboratory.
The course project is made up of 9 assignments. Each assignment has an instructional video to help guide you through the process with step-by-step instructions.
At the end of the 9 assignments, you will have successfully estimated uncertainty and demonstrated the capability to perform the task yourself.
You have 4 weeks to complete the project.
To complete the course and earn your certificate, you must complete the course project.
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
You will receive a training certificate when you complete this course. Upon completion, it will be available for you to download and print.
It is recommended to add this certificate to your training record and update your list of qualifications.
AFTER COMPLETING THE COURSE
After you have completed the course and earned your certificate, you should expect to continue applying what you have learned.
I encourage you to keep estimating uncertainty for the activities in your laboratory.
The more frequently that you estimate uncertainty, the better that you will become at mastering the task.
YOUR EXPECTED RESULTS
When you complete this course, you should expect the following results:
● Confidently estimate uncertainty for your laboratory’s activities,
● Stop struggling to find sources of uncertainty,
● Quit wondering how to calculate the values for your sources of uncertainty,
● No longer fear your Auditor’s questions about where your uncertainties came from, and
● Stop questioning if you’re uncertainties are too large or too small.
HOW IT WORKS
Completing this course and learning how to estimate uncertainty is a pretty simple process. Just follow these 4 steps:
1. Watch the videos
2. Complete the assignments
3. Submit your results
4. Earn your certificate
1. Watch the videos
2. Complete the assignments
3. Submit your results
4. Earn your certificate
IS THIS COURSE FOR YOU?
This course is recommended for people who will be routinely estimating uncertainty for their laboratory, including:
● Quality Managers,
● Technical Managers,
● Quality Control personnel, and/or
● Data Entry Personnel.
If you will be the person who estimates uncertainty in measurement and develops a scope of accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025, this course is recommended for you.
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THIS COURSE IS NOT FOR YOU, IF…
This course is not recommended for people who will not be routinely estimating uncertainty in measurement. If you are not going the use the information in this course, then it is not for you.
This course is not recommended for people who:
● Do not estimate uncertainty,
● Are not seeking ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation,
● Are not interested in learning,
● Are not self-disciplined enough to complete an online course, and/or
● Are not willing to put in extra work to learn uncertainty analysis.
If you fall into any of the categories above, this course is not for you.
When enrolling in this course, you must realize that this is a complex task that requires a lot of effort (on your part) to learn how to estimate uncertainty.
You must be willing to put in the work (e.g. days, weeks, months, and years) after this course to apply what you have learned.
Sorry! There is not a push-button solution for estimating uncertainty. You have to apply what you have learned and get experience to become good at it.
If this describes you, please do not take this course. You should hire someone else to estimate uncertainty for you instead.
I am only seeking people who are motivated to learn the process in order to improve their laboratory.
This course is 21 days long, but you have up to 30 days to complete the course. If you need more time, notify the instructor to request an extension.
To participate and complete this course, you will need the following;
● High-speed internet connection,
● A computer,
● An email account,
● Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets,
● Adobe PDF Reader
7 DAY, RISK FREE, MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
I guarantee that this course will teach you how to estimate uncertainty for ISO/IEC 17025. If you are not satisfied, I will refund 100% of your money within the first 7 days of starting the course. After 7 days, I will offer you a free extension to repeat the course and/or provide you with a 1-on-1 coaching call.
CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY
You may cancel your enrollment at any time. To receive a refund, you must notify the instructor and cancel your enrollment within the first 7 days. After 7 days, you may cancel your enrollment but will not receive a refund. To notify the instructor, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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