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An Essential Three-Day Course for Understanding Data Validation and MARLAP Fundamentals
* Upon successful completion of this course you will be elgible to take the optional Certification Exam
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The objective of this course is to provide participants with the fundamental skills necessary for proper Data Validation & Review of Radiometric Data. For all radiological and hazardous sites investigations, it is essential to know the quality of the data used for decision-making purposes. The process of generating radiochemistry data of known quality begins in the planning stages when data quality objectives (DQO) are established; continues during sample collection activities and laboratory analysis; is re-evaluated when validating the analytical data; and is finalizes as part of the data quality assessment process. This course provides students with an essential explanation of radiometric data validation as prescribed in MARLAP. Radiometric Data Validation is performance based while both inorganic and organic are prescriptive. The student will gain valuable insight to this significant difference.
Who Should Attend
Data validation specialists, chemists, program managers, data users and all personnel who are involved with the data usability activities.
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Program Agenda *All courses are taught from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm each day
Cost for this course is $1,995.00 [U.S.] and the optional Certification Exam is an additional $250.00 [U.S.], with All Proceeds going to the Radiochemistry Society. Space is extremely limited. In order to assure placement we encourage a prompt response.
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