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2020 Chromatography Training Courses

Chromatography Training Courses


HPLC Training Courses

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How to Run HPLC Methods

Course Cost: £285 + VAT

Learn how to set up and run HPLC analysis with full understanding of all the method parameters such as the column, the mobile phase, the instrumentation, and sample preparation, and how to interpret and quantify the results of the analysis.This course is ideal for those who are new to HPLC.


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How to Develop HPLC Methods

Course Cost: £285 + VAT

Learn how to select appropriate method conditions and perform suitable investigative experiments to obtain a set of method parameters which enables the desired separation for mixtures of analytes. This course is ideal for those who have experience running HPLC methods and now want to learn how to develop new methods.


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How to Develop HPLC Methods for Challenging Separations

Course Cost: £285 + VAT

Learn how to implement strategies to achieve satisfactory separation for ‘complex’ samples and use computer modelling to develop robust and fit for purpose HPLC methods. This one day course is ideal for those who have experience developing HPLC methods but want to increase their knowledge to deal with more challenging separations. Although designed as a follow-up to the course “How to Develop HPLC Methods”, it is not a prerequisite. This course is suitable for learners who feel confident that they are familiar with all the content detailed for the course “How to Develop HPLC Methods”.


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How to Troubleshoot HPLC

Course Cost: £285 + VAT

Learn how to find solutions for problems encountered when running HPLC analysis by diagnosing symptoms and implementing appropriate preventative measures.
This course is ideal for those who have experience using HPLC and now want to develop their skills further.



LC-MS Training Courses

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An Introduction to LC-MS

Course Cost: £79 + VAT

Part I. Introduction to Liquid Chromatography: What is the role of the LC column in LC-MS? Why is it even necessary?; Part II. An introduction to LC-MS: Introduce and develop new practitioners by delivering an understanding of basic mechanisms associated with LC-MS/MS. As well as discussing mass spectrometry fundamentals, the material will then go on to examine the most commonly applied LC-MS techniques and the principles behind them.


Biologics Seminars Day

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Biologics Day

Course Cost: £79 +VAT

Brief outline: Phenomenex, SCIEX and SCIEX Separations, team up again  this year to host a series of Biologics days. Technical experts from each company will host a series of mini-seminars covering methods for characterisation and QC testing, troubleshooting and new trends in analysis for this industry. We will also have guest talks from experts on their respective technologies and new products applicable to this industry.


Gas Chromatography

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Gas Chromatography Seminar

Course Cost: £195 + VAT

Brief outline:
An Introduction to Gas Chromatography, leading on to Method development and optimisation challenges and also incorporating column selectivity and choice of accessory.

This course is ideal for:

  • Scientists new to Gas Chromatography.
  • Chromatographers with experience of running GC methods, but looking to develop new methods.
  • Gas Chromatographers wishing to refresh their knowledge of GC and to learn new troubleshooting tips.


Find Your Venue

Manchester: The Midland Hotel
16 Peter St, Manchester M60 2DS

Dublin: Louis Fitzgerald Hotel
Newland's Cross, Exit 1A, Naas Road, Dublin, Ireland

Glasgow: Biocity
Bo'Ness Rd, Newhouse, Chapelhall, Motherwell ML1 5UH

London: Grand Connaught Rooms
61-63 Great Queens Street, WC2B 5DA

Leeds: The Met Hotel Leeds
King Street, Leeds, LS1 2HQ

Cambridge: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
Granta Place, Mill Ln, Cambridge CB2 1RT

Newcastle: Copthorne Hotel
The Close, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3RT

Bristol: DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre
Redcliffe Way, Bristol BS1 6NJ

Meet the Presenters

Oona McPolinMrs Oona McPolin
Oona has considerable experience and is fully qualified in the areas of both pharmaceutical analysis and training practice. She has worked as an analytical chemist in the pharmaceutical industry for over 10 years on a range of drug development projects and has been responsible for many pharmaceutical analysis training programmes during this time. Her area of expertise is in the technique of HPLC with particular interest in strategies for method development.
Oona is the author of two books, “An Introduction to HPLC for Pharmaceutical Analysis” and “Validation of Analytical Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis”. Oona has obtained the industry standard qualification for training, the Certificate in Training Practice, awarded by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).


Niroda ShannanNiroda Shannan
As GC Specialist for Phenomenex, Niroda has key responsibility for Gas Chromatography in the UK office. Providing solutions to and troubleshooting customer enquiries; Assisting the development and optimisation of new and existing GC methods; As well as hosting full-day customer training programmes, Niroda also delivers short courses at customer sites.