The results are in – Gas Chromatography is the next free e-course!

About two months back we had asked you a question “What would you like the next free e-course to be?” and we are very pleased to say that we got a very good response in the form of over 120 e-mails and comments suggesting what we should offer as the next free e-course.  

You have suggested many courses, but most of your replies focused on five main options, Gas Chromatography, Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy, Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectroscopy, Chemical analysis and Spectroscopic methods of analysis.

You have also suggested the sequence in which you would like to receive the free courses. The majority has given preference for a course on GC followed by AAS, ICP-MS, Chemical Analysis and Spectroscopy. The next free launches will be in this sequence. Tough based on ongoing comments from you, we might alter the sequence and the choice of courses to be offered. The results of the polling are graphically presented below clearly showing the choices made by you.

Gas Chromatography is the clear winner!

It gives me great pleasure to announce the launch of our free Gas Chromatography e-course! If you are an existing subscribers you will have to fill the form to update your preferences and start getting the GC course.

New subscriber can also join by filling the form below!

You will start receiving the individual modules of the 10 part course after 3 – 4 days each. I once again thank you for your continued interest and I am confident that you will continue to share information about this course with your friends and associates through social networking and professional portals. Please feel free to offer your valuable suggestions and motivational comments for future improvements.

I am thankful to all the readers who registered for the free HPLC Course which has received overwhelming response and several encouraging comments which have serve to motivate all my team members. Some of the comments are reproduced below – 

Join the free Gas Chromatography Course

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Comments

  1. Charu Singh says:

    it will relay very useful for future. thank u for providing me this facility

  2. highly informative, easy to comprehend and approaches to real problems

  3. I missed e-course on HPLC, please advise on how l can get access to this info.

  4. Mónica Seco says:

    Hello!
    I’m new here. I does this course really works? We just receive the modules and read tehm for informstion or exists an exame at the end?
    Thank you.

    • Saurabh Arora says:

      HI Monica, There is no exam at the end of this course but we are going to be launching a premium course where you will have to pass an exam and then you will also get a certificate! But I would say it will still be a good thing to go on you CV/Bio Data as it shows your eagerness to learn and that is always a plus point!

  5. These are actually enormous ideas in on the topic of
    blogging. You have touched some pleasant factors here.

    Any way keep up wrinting.

    • Thanks Aleisha.Now a more advanced certificate programme on GC is under preparation and its launch will be announced hopefully in the first quarter next year. Please keep track of the site for launch announcements.

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