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Continuing Professional Development

Release: 21st February 2018

Invest in your CPD training via Stratlab
What is it?
Why is it important for you?
How Anthias RSC approved courses can benefit you?



Invest in your CPD training via Stratlab
Stratlab work closely with training provider Anthias Consulting to help your Continuing Professional Development.
The following details are applicable to everyone, but especially if you are involved in chromatography and some spectroscopy techniques.
Stratlab offers a 5% discount off the Anthias course prices.
Current course details are shown using the link below.
If what you want is not detailed, please contact us on to discuss your requirements.


CPD: What is it?
CPD is a record of what you experience, learn and then apply.
It refers to the process of tracking and documenting the skills, knowledge and experience that you gain both formally and informally as you work, beyond any initial training.
Why CPD is it important for you?
CPD helps you as an employee by:
  • helping keep your knowledge and skills up-to-date
  • ensuring that the professional standard of their qualifications and registrations is maintained
  • contributing to your professional sense of direction
  • helping build confidence and credibility
  • allowing you to showcase your achievements and
  • equiping you with the tools to cope positively with change
  • improving your salary prospects
CPD helps you as an employer by:
  • benefiting an employee's career progression and advancement
  • improving the knowledge and skills base within an organisation
  • utlimately improving profitability of the business

How Anthias RSC approved courses can benefit you
Most of Anthias Consulting’s training courses are approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry for Continuing Professional Development (CPD). You will receive the best training from the best people.
  • The Royal Society of Chemistry’s CPD approval process is one of peer review, involving assessment to a set of criteria by experts in their field
  • The course content adheres to rigorous quality standards, provide relevant course content and must demonstrate the continual appraisal and improvement of the course
  • The experience, training and CPD of the trainers are also taken into account, along with course organisation and information
As well as training on specific instrumentation, Anthias offers generic, instrument-independent training, providing transferrable skills and knowledge. These manufacturer-neutral courses deliver fundamental theoretical, maintenance and troubleshooting knowledge of the technique, making them ideal for professional development.
Training is available for all levels of experience, whether you are an absolute beginner in the technique or experienced in a certain area and looking to expand your knowledge.
Courses are run in small groups with maximum class sizes, to encourage participant interaction and ensure focused support.
All Anthias trainers are practicing analytical chemists with currents skills. Training has a strong practical and application focus, with lots of tips, helping you to keep your knowledge and skills up to date.
As well as their longer courses, Anthias offers lots of individual 1-day courses, providing an effective and affordable way to meet your personal learning goals.
Anthias run a regular programme of scheduled courses throughout the year at their training facility at The Open University in Milton Keynes, UK.
Training courses can be tailored to suit your exact needs and delivered onsite at your location or offsite.
CPD-approved courses can be found on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s searchable database:

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