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## “DISCOVER THE BEST WAY TO ESTIMATE MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY AND MEET ISO/IEC 17025:2017 REQUIREMENTS”

### (This is 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 14 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 are not taught in other measurement uncertainty training courses.

In the beginning, you will learn how to develop your uncertainty analysis:

1. How to design the framework for your uncertainty analysis,
2. Where to find sources of uncertainty,
3. How to get the value for each source of uncertainty, and
4. How to pick the right probability distribution for each component.

Next, you will learn how to use the GUM method for estimating uncertainty:

1. How to convert your uncertainty components to a standard uncertainty,
2. How to combine your uncertainty components using the GUM method,
3. How to pick the right expansion factor (k-factor),
4. How to calculate expanded uncertainty, and
5. How to evaluate and validate your results.

Finally, you will learn additional skills needed for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation;

1. How to create your own uncertainty budget and calculator,
2. How to develop your scope of accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025,
3. How to develop prediction equations for CMC Uncertainty, and
4. How to report uncertainty in your reports.

This is the most comprehensive measurement uncertainty training course available. Other courses only teach the GUM method and a few statistical analyses (i.e. average and standard deviation). In this course, you will learn everything that you need to know to get ISO/IEC 17025 accredited.

## Join This Course Today.

1. How to Calculate Measurement Uncertainty Training Course
2. 14 Video Lectures (9hrs of Video)
3. 9 Project Videos (2.5hrs of Video)
4. 12 PowerPoint Presentations
5. 12 Measurement Uncertainty Guides
6. 1 Measurement Uncertainty Calculator

## COURSE CURRICULUM

This is a 4 module course designed to teach how to estimate uncertainty in measurement in 3 fundamental stages. Each module you will get access to new lectures and assignments aimed at teaching you the next set of skills.

Take a look below at the step by step breakdown of my measurement uncertainty training course:

### Module 1 – Uncertainty Analysis

In step 1, you will learn the fundamental skills and procedures that you need to use each time you perform an uncertainty analysis.

Lesson 1: Specify the Measurement Function
You will learn how to set up your uncertainty analysis, so you can narrow the focus of your analysis on the right information and data.

Lesson 2: Identify Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to find sources uncertainty for your uncertainty analysis and which sources you should focus on.

Lesson 3: Quantify Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to analyze your equipment’s calibration data and Type A data to calculate the value of each source of uncertainty.

Lesson 4: Characterize Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to pick the right uncertainty type (e.g. Type A or Type B) and probability distributions for your uncertainty components.

### Module 2 – Estimating Uncertainty

In step 2, you will learn how to estimate uncertainty using the GUM method. Then, I will show you how to automate it with a measurement uncertainty calculator.

Lesson 5: Convert Uncertainty To Standard Deviations
You will learn how to convert your uncertainty components to standard uncertainty.

Lesson 6: Calculate the Combined Uncertainty
You will learn the GUM method for combining uncertainty components.

Lesson 7: Calculate Expanded Uncertainty
You will learn how to select expansion factors and calculate expanded uncertainty.

Lesson 8: Evaluate The Expanded Uncertainty
You will learn how to evaluate your estimated uncertainty and validate it.

### Step 3 – Preparing for ISO/IEC 17025 Accreditation

In step 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: Create an Uncertainty Budget
You will learn how to create an uncertainty budget in Excel that will automatically calculate uncertainty.

Lesson 10: Calculate the CMC Uncertainty
You will learn to calculate CMC Uncertainty equations for your scope of accreditation.

Lesson 11: Reporting Measurement Uncertainty
You will learn how to report uncertainty in your test and calibration certificates.

Lesson 12: Creating and Updating the Scope of Accreditation
You will learn how to develop your scope of accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.

Lesson 13: Statements of Conformity and Decision Rules
You will learn how other labs are meeting ISO/IEC 17025:2017 requirements with examples. New

Lesson 14: One Factor at a Time Analysis
You will learn the #1 secret tactic that I use to quantify sources of uncertainty. New

### Step 4 – Perform an Uncertainty Analysis

Before you complete measurement uncertainty training, I want to make sure that you can estimate uncertainty and create uncertainty budgets.

In Step 4, you will estimate uncertainty for a test or calibration that you perform in your laboratory. First, you will watch a demonstration of me performing each step of the process. Next, I will ask you to repeat exactly what I have done.

Afterward, I will review your uncertainty budgets, give you feedback, and answer any questions that you have.

Below is a list of the assignments associated with Step 4:

Project 1: Specify the Measurement Function
You will learn how to set up your uncertainty analysis, so you can narrow the focus of your analysis on the right information and data.

Project 2: Identify Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to find sources uncertainty for your uncertainty analysis and which sources you should focus on.

Project 3: Quantify Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to analyze your equipment’s calibration data and Type A data to calculate the value of each source of uncertainty.

Project 4: Characterize Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to pick the right uncertainty type (e.g. Type A or Type B) and probability distributions for your uncertainty components.

Project 5: Calculate the Combined Uncertainty
You will learn the GUM method for combining uncertainty components.

Project 6: Calculate Expanded Uncertainty
You will learn how to select expansion factors and calculate expanded uncertainty.

Project 7: Find Significant Contributors to Uncertainty
You will learn how to find the most significant contributors to uncertainty.

Project 8: Calculate Effective Degrees of Freedom
You will learn how to calculate the effective degrees of freedom using the Welch Satterthwaitte equation.

Project 9: Evaluate The Expanded Uncertainty
You will learn how to evaluate your estimated uncertainty and validate it.

## LEARNING OBJECTIVES

In this course, you can expect to learn the following:

1. ISO/IEC 17025:2017 requirements,
2. GUM method,
3. 8 Step process for estimating uncertainty,
4. Finding sources of uncertainty,
5. Collect and analyze Type A data,
6. Analysis of calibration data,
7. Mean, standard deviation, and degrees of freedom
8. Repeatability and reproducibility,
9. Stability, bias, drift, and resolution,
10. Reference standard uncertainty and reference standard stability,
11. Uncertainty types,
12. Type A uncertainty,
13. Type B uncertainty,
1. Probability distributions,
2. Divisors to reduce uncertainty,
3. Combining uncertainty,
4. Sensitivity coefficients,
5. Effective degrees of freedom,
6. Coverage factors,
7. Expanding uncertainty,
8. Student T table,
9. Significant figures,
10. Rounding uncertainty,
11. Reporting uncertainty,
12. Evaluating uncertainty,
13. Creating an uncertainty budget,
14. Creating a scope of accreditation.

## “WHY THIS IS THE ONLY UNCERTAINTY TRAINING COURSE OF ITS KIND… AND WHY IT WILL TRANSFORM THE WAY YOU ESTIMATE UNCERTAINTY”

This course is jam-packed full of powerful information that is not taught in any other course. I will show you exactly how to do everything step by step in simple and practical ways. Each process that you will learn works and has actually been used in labs that are ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited.

No one else teaches a process. They teach theory! The same stuff you could learn for free if you pick up and read the GUM, the UKAS M3003, or the NIST Technical Note 1297. Except, you are paying them to read it to you with a few PowerPoint slides!

I do things much differently! I teach theory too, but cover so much more information. Additionally, I teach step-by-step processes that allow you to estimate uncertainty just by following instructions. Plus, you get to watch me perform each process so there is no doubt about how to do it.

I am literally going to help you master the process of estimating measurement uncertainty.

Finally, I will show you how to meet ISO/IEC 17025:2017 requirements, including creating uncertainty budgets, drafting a scope of accreditation, calculating CMC Uncertainty equations, and reporting uncertainty. Each of these processes is critical to getting accredited. You can’t get accredited without them! Yet, no other course teaches it.

So, the choice is yours. Do you really want to learn how to estimate uncertainty or do you want to say that you have had training but have no clue what to do?

If you want to learn how to estimate measurement uncertainty, join this course and let me teach you. Check out the information below to see what is included.

## WHAT INCLUDED IN THIS COURSE

### 14 Measurement Uncertainty Training Lecture Videos

This course has 14 video lectures that will teach you the fundamental skills and procedures that you need to perform when estimating measurement uncertainty.

Lesson 1: Specify the Measurement Function
You will learn how to set up your uncertainty analysis, so you can narrow the focus of your analysis on the right information and data.

Lesson 2: Identify Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to find sources uncertainty for your uncertainty analysis and which sources you should focus on.

Lesson 3: Quantify Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to analyze your equipment’s calibration data and Type A data to calculate the value of each source of uncertainty.

Lesson 4: Characterize Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to pick the right uncertainty type (e.g. Type A or Type B) and probability distributions for your uncertainty components.

Lesson 5: Convert Uncertainty To Standard Deviations
You will learn how to convert your uncertainty components to standard uncertainty.

Lesson 6: Calculate the Combined Uncertainty
You will learn the GUM method for combining uncertainty components.

Lesson 7: Calculate Expanded Uncertainty
You will learn how to select expansion factors and calculate expanded uncertainty.

Lesson 8: Evaluate The Expanded Uncertainty
You will learn how to evaluate your estimated uncertainty and validate it.

Lesson 9: Create an Uncertainty Budget
You will learn how to create an uncertainty budget in Excel that will automatically calculate uncertainty.

Lesson 10: Calculate the CMC Uncertainty
You will learn to calculate CMC Uncertainty equations for your scope of accreditation.

Lesson 11: Reporting Measurement Uncertainty
You will learn how to report uncertainty in your test and calibration certificates.

Lesson 12: Creating and Updating the Scope of Accreditation
You will learn how to develop your scope of accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.

Lesson 13: Statements of Conformity and Decision Rules
You will learn how other labs are meeting ISO/IEC 17025:2017 requirements with examples. New

Lesson 14: One Factor at a Time Analysis
You will learn the #1 secret tactic that I use to quantify sources of uncertainty. New

### 9 Measurement Uncertainty Training Demonstration Videos

This course has 9 video demonstrations that will show how I estimate measurement uncertainty step by step. You will learn exactly how to perform each step of the process from beginning to end, including all formula, functions, and tools you need to perform uncertainty analysis.

Project 1: Specify the Measurement Function
You will learn how to set up your uncertainty analysis, so you can narrow the focus of your analysis on the right information and data.

Project 2: Identify Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to find sources uncertainty for your uncertainty analysis and which sources you should focus on.

Project 3: Quantify Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to analyze your equipment’s calibration data and Type A data to calculate the value of each source of uncertainty.

Project 4: Characterize Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to pick the right uncertainty type (e.g. Type A or Type B) and probability distributions for your uncertainty components.

Project 5: Calculate the Combined Uncertainty
You will learn the GUM method for combining uncertainty components.

Project 6: Calculate Expanded Uncertainty
You will learn how to select expansion factors and calculate expanded uncertainty.

Project 7: Find Significant Contributors to Uncertainty
You will learn how to find the most significant contributors to uncertainty.

Project 8: Calculate Effective Degrees of Freedom
You will learn how to calculate the effective degrees of freedom using the Welch Satterthwaitte equation.

Project 9: Evaluate The Expanded Uncertainty
You will learn how to evaluate your estimated uncertainty and validate it.

### 1 Measurement Uncertainty Calculator for Microsoft Excel

This course includes 1 measurement uncertainty calculator for Microsoft Excel. This uncertainty calculator is more advanced than any template provided by your accreditation body, and you will learn how to make professional uncertainty budgets that support your scope of accreditation and get your laboratory ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited.

Calculator 1: Simple Uncertainty Calculator
This advanced uncertainty calculator is the perfect solution for:

1. Calibration Labs,
2. Dimensional Testing Labs,
3. Mechanical Testing Labs,
4. Electrical Testing Labs,
5. Chemical Testing Labs, and
6. Any other lab that performs physical measurements.

This calculator has the following features:

1. Supports up to 15 Uncertainty Contributors,
2. Allows the use of sensitivity coefficients,
3. Allows the use of contributors with different units of measurement,
4. Allows you to enter degrees of freedom,
5. Allows you to select your expansion coefficient,
6. Dropdown menu for selecting Uncertainty Types (i.e. A and B)
7. Dropdown menu for selecting Probability Distributions,
8. Automatically selects divisors and converts uncertainties to standard uncertainty,
9. Automatically calculates combined uncertainty,
10. Automatically calculates expanded measurement uncertainty,
11. Automatically calculates effective degrees of freedom (using the Welch Satterthwaite equation,
12. Includes a section for describing the measurement function, method, equipment, range, and test point, and
13. Includes a section for notes and comments.

### Bonus #1: 14 Measurement Uncertainty Training PowerPoint Slides

Included with this course are the PointPoint Slides for all 12 lecture videos. These are a great asset to save to your computer keep when you want to review the information again in the future or train other personnel in your lab.

Lesson 1: Specify the Measurement Function
You will learn how to set up your uncertainty analysis, so you can narrow the focus of your analysis on the right information and data.

Lesson 2: Identify Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to find sources uncertainty for your uncertainty analysis and which sources you should focus on.

Lesson 3: Quantify Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to analyze your equipment’s calibration data and Type A data to calculate the value of each source of uncertainty.

Lesson 4: Characterize Sources of Uncertainty
You will learn how to pick the right uncertainty type (e.g. Type A or Type B) and probability distributions for your uncertainty components.

Lesson 5: Convert Uncertainty To Standard Deviations
You will learn how to convert your uncertainty components to standard uncertainty.

Lesson 6: Calculate the Combined Uncertainty
You will learn the GUM method for combining uncertainty components.

Lesson 7: Calculate Expanded Uncertainty
You will learn how to select expansion factors and calculate expanded uncertainty.

Lesson 8: Evaluate The Expanded Uncertainty
You will learn how to evaluate your estimated uncertainty and validate it.

Lesson 9: Create an Uncertainty Budget
You will learn how to create an uncertainty budget in Excel that will automatically calculate uncertainty.

Lesson 10: Calculate the CMC Uncertainty
You will learn to calculate CMC Uncertainty equations for your scope of accreditation.

Lesson 11: Reporting Measurement Uncertainty
You will learn how to report uncertainty in your test and calibration certificates.

Lesson 12: Creating and Updating the Scope of Accreditation
You will learn how to develop your scope of accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.

Lesson 13: Statements of Conformity and Decision Rules
You will learn how other labs are meeting ISO/IEC 17025:2017 requirements with examples. New

Lesson 14: One Factor at a Time Analysis
You will learn the #1 secret tactic that I use to quantify sources of uncertainty. New

### Bonus #2: 12 Measurement Uncertainty Training Guides (\$350 value)

Included with this course are 12 measurement uncertainty training guides that will give you step by step procedures to help you estimate uncertainty and prepare for ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accreditation. These are the same guides available on my site in the Training Bundle for \$350. Now, they are yours for FREE included with the course.

Guide 1: 7 Steps to Calculate Measurement Uncertainty Guide
Learn the 7 step process to estimating measurement uncertainty.

Guide 2: 15 Places to Find Sources of Uncertainty in Measurement Guide
Learn how to find sources of uncertainty and discover 15 resources you can use to find them quickly.

Guide 3: 8 Sources of Uncertainty for Every Uncertainty Budget Guide
Learn how to evaluate and quantify 8 uncertainty sources that I use in every uncertainty budget. This will help you meet A2LA R205 requirements.

Guide 4: Type A & Type B Uncertainty Guide
Learn everything you need to know about Type A and Type B uncertainty. This simplifies the GUM descriptions and help you decide whether you should select Type A or Type B uncertainty.

Guide 5: Probability Distributions and Divisors for Estimating Uncertainty Guide
Learn the most common probability distributions used in uncertainty analysis. Plus, learn how to pick the right distributions for your analysis and what divisors you should use.

Guide 6: How to Calculate Sensitivity Coefficients Guide
Learn all about sensitivity coefficients and how to calculate them for your uncertainty analysis.

Guide 7: How to Calculate Uncertainty with Different Units of Measurement Guide
Learn how to use sensitivity coefficients to estimate uncertainty when contributors have different units of measurement.

Guide 8: Expanded Uncertainty and Coverage Factors Guide
Learn how to pick an expansion factor and calculate the expanded measurement uncertainty. Plus, learn how to use the Student’s T Table and automate the process.

Guide 9: How to Find Significant Contributors to Measurement Uncertainty Guide
Learn how to evaluate and validate your uncertainty budgets. Plus, learn how to find your largest contributors to uncertainty and how it can help you reduce uncertainty.

Guide 10: How to Create an Uncertainty Budget in Microsoft Excel Guide
Learn how to make an uncertainty budget calculator in Microsoft Excel from scratch. Learn all of the formulas and functions so you can make your own calculators.

Guide 11: How to Calculate CMC Uncertainty Equations for Your Scope of Accreditation Guide
Learn how to calculate CMC Uncertainty equations from your uncertainty analysis results. Then, learn how to use these equations in your scope of accreditation.

Guide 12: How to Develop a Scope of Accreditation Guide
Learn how to develop your scope of accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025:2017. This guide includes some great tactics to help you make the perfect scope of accreditation, so customers can find your laboratory.

## “MORE THAN 25,000 PEOPLE VISIT ISOBUDGETS.COM EACH MONTH TO LEARN ABOUT MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY”

If you are not sure whether or not you should join this course. Just visit my blog and see all of the great information that I give away for FREE. In fact, I would recommend that you check it out first before joining my course. I want you to see the amount of information that I give away and how easy it is to follow and implement.

Imagine, if that is what I give away for free, then think about what you will learn in a course that you pay for.

There is a reason why so many people visit my website each month and that number just keeps climbing. I give away a lot of great information that helps people estimate measurement uncertainty and it works!

## HI, I’M RICK HOGAN

#### I’m an expert at estimating uncertainty. Here’s how I can help you.

I’ve been estimating uncertainty in measurement since 2008. Over the years, I have developed simple and clever ways to calculate measurement uncertainty.

In 2010, I developed a systematic process to estimate measurement uncertainty that works and no one else teaches it! Since then, I have used this same process to perform more than 3,000 uncertainty analyses for my customer’s laboratories. Now, I am teaching you the exact process that I use.

When you read most measurement uncertainty guides, you get overwhelmed by all of the information. They are not clear on teaching you exactly what steps you should take to complete an uncertainty analysis.

Most measurement uncertainty training courses are good at teaching you the GUM method, but fail to show you how to find sources of uncertainty and estimate their contribution to uncertainty. Furthermore, none of them teach you how to prepare for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation. I think that is insane! Especially for the courses offered by an accreditation body. Sure, the accreditation bodies have guides to help you develop your scope of accreditation, but why don’t they offer training to show you how to draft your scope.

In this course, I have fixed all of that!

You will learn EVERYTHING you that need to know to actually estimate uncertainty, create an uncertainty budget, and prepare your scope of accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025:2017.

I have spent years listening to my customers and documenting their problems and complaints. Then, I used that information to create the most comprehensive measurement uncertainty training course available today.

Now, I am offering this training to you. My goal is to give you the information, processes, and tools you need to estimate uncertainty for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.

Join my course and let me teach you how to estimate measurement uncertainty like a pro.

## “HERE’S JUST A FRACTION OF THE AMAZING INFORMATION YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS COURSE”

1. ISO/IEC 17025:2017 requirements,
2. GUM method,
3. 8 Step process for estimating uncertainty,
4. Finding sources of uncertainty,
5. Collect and analyze Type A data,
6. Analysis of calibration data,
7. Mean, standard deviation, and degrees of freedom
8. Repeatability and reproducibility,
9. Stability, bias, drift, and resolution,
10. Reference standard uncertainty and reference standard stability,
11. Uncertainty types,
12. Type A uncertainty,
13. Type B uncertainty,
1. Probability distributions,
2. Divisors to reduce uncertainty,
3. Combining uncertainty,
4. Sensitivity coefficients,
5. Effective degrees of freedom,
6. Coverage factors,
7. Expanding uncertainty,
8. Student T table,
9. Significant figures,
10. Rounding uncertainty,
11. Reporting uncertainty,
12. Evaluating uncertainty,
13. Creating an uncertainty budget,
14. Creating a scope of accreditation.

## PLUS, GET YOUR TRAINING CERTIFICATE WHEN YOU COMPLETE THE COURSE

You will receive a training certificate when you complete this course. Make sure to add this certificate to your training record and update your list of qualifications.

## 7 DAY, RISK FREE, MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

I guarantee that this measurement uncertainty training 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 [email protected].

## WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING

• ### Who should take this course?

This course is recommended for personnel that work in the following types of laboratories:

1. Calibration Laboratory,
2. Mechanical Testing Laboratory,
3. Dimensional Testing Laboratory,
4. Electrical Testing Laboratory,
5. Chemical Testing Laboratory*, and/or
6. Microbiology Laboratories**.

You will have 3, 6, or 12 month access to the course depending on the course level you register for.

### What equipment/software will I need to complete the course?

To complete this course, you will only need a computer, an email account, an internet connection, and Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, or Apple Numbers. We will provide with uncertainty calculator that you will use for the course.

It is recommended to have access to test equipment and calibration reports in order to perform an uncertainty analysis during the course.

### What do I do if I need help?

If you have a question related to this course, email [email protected]. I will be your instructor throughout the course. As a student, you have direct, personal access to me anytime you need help!

### How long is the course?

Plan to take about 3 days to 3 weeks to complete the course. Some people complete the course in 3 days. Most complete it in 21 days.

There are 28 videos totaling over 9 hours of video content. Most videos are 15–30 minutes long, with the shortest video around 6 minutes and the longest about 43 minutes.

### Can I pay with PayPal?

Yes. On the checkout page under the “Billing Information” section, select the “Pay with PayPal” button. This will allow you to pay with PayPal.

### Can I pay with a Purchase Order?

Yes. You can pay using a purchase order with NET 30 terms. Submit purchase orders to [email protected]. Once approved, students will be manually registered and login information will be emailed directly to the student. To manually register students, we will need the name and email address of each student to create an account and email login information.

### Is there a discount for multiple students?

Yes. There is a group discount when 3 or more students join the course. Email [email protected] for a quote to receive the group discount.

### I need to get approval first, will you hold the sale price for me?

Yes. Make sure to email [email protected] and let us know that you are waiting on approval to purchase the course. We will hold the sale price for you until you receive approval. Once approved, notify us and we will send you a private link to buy the course at the sale price.

### What if I am unhappy with the course?

Oh no! We don’t want that! We offer a 7-day money-back guarantee. If you are unhappy with the course for any reason, let us know and we will refund your payment within 30 days. We would appreciate notification within the first 7 days of the course.

• ### When does the course start and finish?

The course is offered periodically throughout the year. Typically, we offer training about every other month. Make sure to join our mailing list to receive notifications when the enrollment is available. Once you have enrolled, you have ongoing access and assistance from me. The course is self-paced and you may take as long as you need to complete it.

### Can I join the course just to use the videos as a reference?

Yes. You can join the course only to use it as a reference. You do not have to complete the course (although, we recommend you do). Plenty of students join the course only to help them as they create uncertainty budgets for an audit. That is why you get access to the course for 1 year.

### Can I use this course to train other employees/coworkers?

Yes. You can use this course to train more than one employee or coworker. While you should purchase training for each employee, We cannot tell who is logged into your profile. So, feel free to use your account to train more than one employee. However, only the registered student will receive a training certificate after the course is completed.

### Can I transfer my course seat to another employee/coworker?

Yes. You can transfer your account to another employee or coworker. For any reason, if you are unable to participate in the training and have not completed the course, you can transfer your seat to another employee or coworker. Make sure to notify me and I will create an account for the new student.

### Can I preregister for the course?

Yes. You can preregister for the course. If you cannot join us for the current training session, you can register for a future class. Just email [email protected] to request a quote and an electronic invoice.

### Can I repeat the course as many times as I like?

Yes. You can take the course as many times as you like. You get 12 months access to the course and repeat it an unlimited number of times during your one year period.

### Is this course video on demand or live webinars?

The courses are video on demand, so you can watch the videos any time you like. However, the instructor is available to answer questions and offer help for the first 30 days. This includes email and telephone calls. If help is needed via a live webinar, an additional fee may be required.

### Why don’t you offer these courses all the time?

Courses are only offered certain times of the year (usually once a month or every other month) because students get access to instructor help for the first 30 days. You can take the off schedule if you like, but you will pay the full price for the course.

### Why is your course more expensive than other uncertainty courses?

The courses are more expensive for 3 reasons; value, the amount of information, and access to the instructor for help. Our courses have a lot more information than other courses (about 5 to 7 times the amount of information). Some competitor courses require you to take two courses to complete measurement uncertainty training which together is more expensive than one of our courses, but still does not have nearly the amount of information that we offer. My course is the only course available that will teach you how to meet ISO/IEC 17025 requirements (e.g. CMC Uncertainty equations, draft a scope of accreditation, etc.) and A2LA R205 requirements.

*This course is best for estimating uncertainty for physical measurements and not chemical analysis results. If you need help estimating uncertainty for chemical analysis, check this course instead: How to Calculate Uncertainty in Chemical Analysis.

**This course is best for estimating uncertainty for physical measurements and microbiology results. If you need help estimating uncertainty for plate counting results, check this course instead: How to Estimate Uncertainty in MicroBiology Counting Methods.

## HERE’S WHAT TO DO NEXT

Like I mentioned before, this is the best measurement uncertainty training course available today. No other course will teach you half the information that I am about to give to you. Best of all, if you don’t like the course, let me know within 7 days and I will give you 100% of your money back!

If you need to learn how to estimate uncertainty, then you should take this course! It is going to teach you everything that you need to know to estimate uncertainty, create uncertainty budgets, and draft a scope of accreditation. Let me show you the processes to take you from zero to expert so you get your laboratory ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited.