Instrument operations courses cover basic theory, physical operation, and practical applications. Students learn how to sharpen their skills in the use of the instrument and accessories. They learn maintenance procedures tailored to give them a working knowledge of the mechanical functions of the instrument. Techniques for specimen preparation and various methods for displaying the resulting data are discussed.
Current Model SEMs for which we provide training: IT200/300/300HR/500/500HR/700HR/800HL/800SHL as well as the F100.
Past Model SEMs: We have various options for training on older SEM models. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
with specific requests.
Training includes both classroom lectures and practical hands-on instruction in alignment, console and/or computer controls, and uses of the instrument in its various operating modes. Initially, we typically have users watch our free Webinar “Principles of SEM – An Overview
”. This is good for new users and experienced users; it goes over SEM basics and is model independent. We also have a more advanced training discussing Low kV imaging
. We then have various options for online and hands on SEM training.
Both options are free, and we can schedule multiple sessions to target your needs. We utilize web conference software such as GoToMeeting, Zoom, and Microsoft Teams.
To discuss any of these options, or to get a course scheduled, please contact email@example.com
and include your model information. Or complete the form below.