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Perform non-standard calibrations

Perform non-standard calibrations

  • 71500 (includes shipping and handling)

All prices are in AUD and exclusive of GST

The following surcharge fees will apply to the final total: Visa and MasterCard 0.462%, American Express 1.595%


For those who are paying by purchase order, you will need to download and complete the enrolment form (DOCX 116KB). Send your completed enrolment form to training@measurement.gov.au.

Background

MSL905001 Perform Non-standard Calibrations is aligned to assessment for pressure measurement. 

This unit of competency forms part of MSL40116 Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques and MSL50116 Diploma of Laboratory Technology.

To be assessed as competent you will need to collect a portfolio of evidence that demonstrates you can perform to the required standard. Once you have been assessed as competent, you will be awarded a statement of attainment for each completed unit.

Read the Physical Metrology Assessment Process and ensure you have practical experience that allows you to generate evidence.

Participants

Participants should be able:

  • to perform calculations of scientific quantities using calculator or Microsoft excel
  • to use scientific notation and relevant scientific and technical terminology
  • to prepare graphs, tables and charts and interpreting trends
  • to convert units involving multiples and submultiples
  • to determine statistical values of data such as mean, median, mode and standard deviation
  • to transpose and evaluate formulae
  • to perform calculations involving fractions, decimals, proportions and per cent

Resources

Resources may include:

  • specialised calibration/test equipment, reference standards and laboratory facilities
  • access to a library of calibration methods, procedures and equipment specifications
  • enterprise quality manual and procedures.

Further information

For more information contact +61 2 8467 3789 or nmiadministrator@measurement.gov.au.

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NMI is a registered training organisation (RTO code 91419).