The VIM (International Vocabulary of Metrology) has modified its definition of the term Calibration, adding an extra step to the application of calibration results in order to “establish a relationship that gives a measurement result based on an indication”.
This course teaches participants how to use this new concept and the M-CARE tool (developed by Deltamu on behalf of the Collège Français de Métrologie) and apply them to real-world scenarios.
Employees tasked with interpreting calibration results. R&D personnel seeking to model measurement results and manage uncertainties in models more effectively.
By the end of the course, the participant will have a good understanding of the latest VIM definition and know how to apply it to real-life cases using the M-CARE tool.
They will know how to select the model that is best suited for using the data, validate it in relation to the data, and understand its limitations.
Reminder of basic statistics principles
|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|