WORKSHOPS & WEBINARS
The dedicated LetzTEST team offers practical workshops and webinars tailored to the needs of its partners, progressive and adapted to the realities on the ground. The aim is to strengthen the participants in their goal, to test water quality and operate a successful water laboratory under limited conditions on the long term.
LetzTest has developed a step-by-step approach which is composed of multiple courses over intervals of several weeks or months. Each course is individually adapted. The webinars are designed so that they build on each other.
✓ Partners can choose a level of training adapted to the context
✓ Adequate time is given, to gradually put into practice each outcome
✓ Monitoring that partners successfully implement lessons from previous webinars
✓ Effective long-term support
Basic Courses - for Laboratory Technicians
Master your equipment
Hands on! Mastering your own equipment is very important. In this course the participants perform water quality testing in practice and receive a solid theoretical
and practical knowledge on water quality and water quality testing with regard to the parameters tested.
Ensuring quality in work practice and data management
Data obtained from laboratory analysis are often used for making decisions. These decisions could be:
Before going into the development of a Quality Management System, this course aims to communicate and ensure key Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) actions along the process of sampling, testing and data handling.
Advanced Courses - for Laboratory Managers
Critical success factors for a well performing and financially viable water laboratory under limited conditions
Running a water laboratory under limited conditions is a challenge. Major challenges one often encounters are:
This course addresses especially the laboratory managers and other decision makers. The participants get to know and will discuss 12 critical success factors for running a laboratory under limited conditions - making the laboratory a stable entity capable of sustaining good quality services and being financially viable. The participants will start to develop critical tools, documents and a framework for upcoming tasks.
How to conduct a representative water quality baseline study
Conducting a representative water quality baseline study in a specific project area can be of interest to national and international organizations such as NGOs which are involved in the water sector. To be able to demonstrate the competence of generating trustworthy and statistically relevant data can mean a significant source of income which supports the laboratory on the way towards financial viability.
In this course the participants will learn about and develop the different steps of conducting a baseline study. Furthermore they will use the appropriate methodologies, tools and documents and do it practically.
Office in Germany
Berrenrather Str. 260
Tel.: +49 (0) 157 / 89 62 75 36
Office in France
14, rue Simonis
Tel.: +33 (0)7 68 / 22 37-47