Training Policies

Shimadzu Training Policies

To assure that optimum productivity is achieved in each class environment, both the facilitator and the students will be held accountable to understand and abide by the policies set forth below. If there any questions, please contact the instructor before the class begins.

Safety
Although the majority of materials and procedures that are performed during the laboratory sections have low risk of accident, it is required that everyone wear appropriate safety glasses and light-weight laboratory coats during the laboratory sections of the course. In addition, open toed shoes and sandals are not allowed. Finally, contact lenses are not recommended. Gloves if needed will be provided.

Attendance and Participation
It is understood that work continues even while students are in training. However, to assure the best experience for all present please utilize the breaks that are worked into the daily schedule to tend to work needs. Laptops and cell phones can be used to take notes and to follow along with software during software training sessions. We ask that all cell phones be turned to silent ring (this is not vibrate) during the classroom session. In addition, we required that all students be timely in arrival and stay for the complete class. It is disruptive and unfair to the class and facilitator when students arrive late, exit the class frequently and leave early. Persons exhibiting such behavior may be asked to permanently leave the classroom.

Classroom Assessment
Each class will have an assessment exam to establish that confidence in the material covered and achievement of the daily goals were met and the Certificate of Compentency. These assessments may be either in written, practical, or electronic form. Customers have the option of taking the assessment exam or opting out. If it is elected to opt out of the exam, a Certificate of Accomplishment will be awarded instead. Shimadzu Education Units will be awarded with each certificate.

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