This course is designed for anyone seeking to improve their skills in evaluating measurement uncertainties: deal with systematic measurement errors, take account of covariances when they cannot be ignored, manage non-normal distribution in conventional scenarios (restricted occurrences, half-normal distribution, etc.). This course looks at all the scenarios where conventional methods are not suited to the task.
Engineers, researchers and technicians who want to learn how to evaluate and give reasons for the uncertainties in measurement and test results in complex cases.
By the end of the course, the participant will know how to apply the GUM method (Guide to the expression of Uncertainty in Measurement) and be aware of its limitations. They will know when to use other solutions to deal with complex, unconventional issues in evaluating measurement uncertainties.
|FP01||Practical introduction to calibration/verification techniques in the industrial sector|
|FP02||Extra practical course component delivered via video-conference|
|FP03||Setting up the drift method with Optimu|
|FP04||Setting up the OPPERET method|
|FP05||E-LEARNING CYCLE METROLOGY AND BUSINESS RESUMPTION PLAN Let’s make a fresh start!|
|FOP01||Measuring Instrument Management Module (MIM )|
|FOP06||Administrative Management module|
|FOP07||Further Theory and Practice Module FD X07-014|