Our courses will enable learners to make a difference within their workplaces, giving them the opportunity to generate a return on training investment by improving their organisation’s measurement capability.
NPL’s training courses have a high proportion of practical skills development, combined with classroom sessions or e-learning. Most fit within Ofqual’s regulated qualifications framework as national qualifications in metrology and all sit within NPL’s own training framework which provides skills progression and recognition from entry through to expert level.
NPL has collaborated with some of the world’s leading manufacturing organisations across multiple sectors to develop the courses. Our training is focused on directly meeting the skills gaps that exist in many manufacturing companies and industry.
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“I have learnt a lot about the different types of measurements that can be taken … the course has definitely improved my understanding of basic metrology”
“This course has developed and improved my knowledge in metrology, which will help me in my career”
“Excellent, very informative and enjoyable”
“Good course, learnt a lot; instructor was very good”
“I enjoyed the course and feel that it was presented and taught in a clear and well thought-out manner”
This three-day training course provides learners with an overview of key considerations when selecting and using different types of instrumentation and sensors.
In this training course, learners will be introduced to dimensional metrology and the importance of good measurement practice and the right measurement behaviours. This is a EAL approved qualification.
An intensive two-day course in geometrical tolerancing, which follows on from, and builds upon, the Level 1 course. This course is available for ASME Y14.5 or BS 8888 and ISO standards.
A two-day training course on understanding and evaluating measurement uncertainty. The course is based on the considerable experience gained by the presenters of the needs of practitioners in the area [...]