Training Courses

  • Expert Witness Seminar 14th February 2014

    05/02/2014 - Royal Society of Chemistry, London Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA

    This seminar follows from a successful session at ‘Reading 2012’ and will take the form of a ‘Court Interactive’.

    The session will begin with a brief introduction and then take each ‘case’ in the order decided by the bench. Decisions of the Bench are binding on the day. See attached flyer for full details. Registration form also attached.

  • DNA extraction seminar (approaches to support food labelling enforcement) 5th March 2014

    05/02/2014 - LGC, Queens Road, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 0LY, UK

    To provide practical advice, guidance and training to support the isolation of high quality DNA from a range of different tissue types and matrices.

    DNA-based techniques have proved powerful in combating food fraud and assuring food authenticity. Following a series of successful Defra/FSA Knowledge Transfer (KT) events held at LGC’s Headquarters in South West London (Teddington), LGC will be hosting a further KT event to provide Public Analysts with best practice guidance and to disseminate knowledge within this critical area.

  • BMSS Annual Meeting 2014

    13/12/2013 - AstraZeneca Conference Facility, Alderley Park, Cheshire

    Registration and Abstract Submission for the BMSS Annual Meeting 2014 is now open.

    Please refer to the attached for further details or visit the BMSS Website http://www.bmss.org.uk/ Also, an introduction to Mass Spectrometry course at the same venue on Monday 31st March. Registration for the course is available via the Main Meeting Registration form located on the BMSS Website. Please note, registration for this course does not include registration for the main meeting and vice-versa.

  • One Day Conference Accredited and Traceable Measurements in Food Laboratories

    19/09/2013 - Hauser Forum, University of Cambridge

    The British Measurement and Testing Association -One Day Conference - Accredited and Traceable Measurements in Food Laboratories To be held at the Hauser Forum, University of Cambridge on 6 November 2013. Cost £190 including lunch. Speakers from LGC, Fera, Schneider Electric and Newcastle University. Full details can be found on attached booking form.

    BMTA presents two separate event streams covering respectively accredited and traceable measurements in medical/clinical and in food laboratories. The UKAS presentations will emphasise the importance of accreditation and traceability for food and medical laboratories and a review will be given of changes and developments at UKAS. After the keynote UKAS presentation, delegates will be able to take part in either the Food or Medical event and then come together at the end of the day for a review of the proceedings. The Food Programme is presented at a time when the ‘horsemeat scandal’ has highlighted the need to know the exact constituents of processed food products. In one of the presentations, LGC will look at the need for reference materials and proficiency testing to address urgent issues that arise in the food industry. Representatives of FERA and Schneider Electric will discuss traceability and authenticity in foods and detection and quantification of horsemeat in food products. Future quality control requirements will be discussed by a representative of the Newcastle University Human Nutrition Research Centre.

  • Evaluating Measurement Uncertainty for Chemical Testing Laboratories

    17/09/2013 - LGC, Teddington

    LGC measurement uncertainty course, 15-16 October, reduced fees for APA delegates – booking form attached.

  • Advances in Food Safety Analysis eSeminar

    17/09/2013 - eSeminar

    Standards for food analysis and Allergen testing and best practice for allergen management.

    The Allergen seminar features Michael Walker (LGC, UK)
    Allergen Management in the Food Industry, Bert Pöpping (Eurofins, Netherlands)
    Food Allergen Testing: Why We Need Better Method, Mark Sykes (FERA, UK)
    Interpretation of Proficiency Test Results in Food Analysis, Michael Walker (LGC, UK).
    These webinars are free to register for and information is that they will be run again - see http://www.sepscience.com/Sectors/Food/Food-Safety-eSeminar

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