Basic in vitro Laboratory Practice
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Owner/Developer: LabMagister Training and Science Ltd.
25 March 2018
We are offering this basic course for the people who wants to work in a Life sciences laboratory doing research. They have solide theoretical background but the hands-on lab practice is not emphasized enough or just missing from the education thematic of their host education organisation. The working behaviour and the attitude to work together with other scientists in a common laboratory, the adaptation and/or implementation into the practice what they leart in theoretical cources (measuring pH, using lab balances, centrifuges, microscopes, pipettes, pipettors etc.), HSE regulations etc. are involved in the thematic of this course. The participants will be trained how to use the self protecting clothes and devices (mascs and gloves) and their attention will also be drawn to the contingencies in association with the work in a laboratory. Besides teaching how to behave in the lab and use basic tools they will get practical instructions how to understand written protocols, doing simple experimental planning, data treatment and making quality complient lab book registrations.
For the implementation of these activities we are offering dedicated laboratory surface, rich scientific tool and equipment park. All the trainings are managed with the guidance and mentorship of the senior scientists of LabMagister.
Hands-on training, Lecture
Academia, Industry, Contract Research Organizations (CROs)
Continuing Professional Development
In vitro methods
Partial coverage (e.g. a module)
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Correct use of pH meters; how to choose and use laboratory balance; measuring substances by a lab balance; introduction and use of pipettes and pipettors; making dissolutions and dilutions; calculation; safety concerns about to use of lab tools; light microscopes data treatment and registrations; self proctetion devices; how to keep clean and tidy a lab and a workstations;
The trainees will learn the correct use of basic laboratory tools and devices, understand the safety concerns and will have opportunity to apply dissolution and dilutions calcultions in the practice. Besides of these they will learn how to work in an individual manner respecting the activities of others in the brench. They will also learn the correct way of the registration of the measured primery and secondary date in a lab notebook.
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