New instrument? We won’t leave you behind.
In an abundance of caution, we have canceled in-person training classes for the beginning of 2021, and hope to resume business as usual soon. Some classes are being offered virtually; review the class lists below for more information.
We want to give you all the tools you need to succeed in your lab, and this means being there for you each step of the way—even after the sale. In our customer training classes, we can show you exactly how to use your new instrument to its full potential. You’ll get hands-on lab experience in our state-of-the-art training facilities and learn about an array of topics specific to your recent instrument purchase, ranging from daily operation to troubleshooting, as well as how to use more advanced features. Review our class schedules below.
- Analytical Training Classes
- GDS/Spectroscopy Training Classes
- Mass Spectrometry Training Classes
- Metallography Classes
Analytical Training Classes
LECO’s experienced customer training team provides educational opportunities to help customers make the most of our products. Available for a wide variety of LECO analytical instrumentation, our FREE virtual online training classes incorporate key topics in a combined lecture and “hands-on” format, including:
- Theory of operation
- Daily operation
- Proper maintenance
- Advanced features—calibration, drift correction, data export/import,
and database management
|2021 Virtual Class Training Schedule|
|CS744/844 & Derivatives||January 26-28, 2021||9:00 am to 12:00 pm|
|CS744/844 & Derivatives||March 9-11, 2021||9:00 am to 12:00 pm|
|FP/CN-828||January 19-21, 2021||9:00 am to 12:00 pm|
|FP/CN-828||March 23-25, 2021||9:00 am to 12:00 pm|
|FP/CN/CNS-928||February 9-11, 2021||9:00 am to 12:00 pm|
|ONH-736/836 & Derivatives||January 12-14, 2021||9:00 am to 12:00 pm|
|ONH-736/836 & Derivatives||March 16-18, 2021||9:00 am to 12:00 pm|
|SC/S/C-832 & Derivatives||February 16-18, 2021||9:00 am to 12:00 pm|
|TruMac N & Derivatives||February 23-25, 2021||9:00 am to 12:00 pm|
GDS/Spectroscopy Training Classes
Please check back soon for updated training opportunities.
Mass Spectrometry Training Classes
As nations across the world are beginning to resume normal day-to-day work activity amid great uncertainties, we at LECO are committed to your continued success. In consideration of the health and safety of our customers, employees, and families everywhere, LECO is taking the unprecedented step of cancelling all in-house training classes for the remainder of 2020.
As an alternative to in-house training, we now offer a number of online training options for the Pegasus BT and BT 4D, GCxGC FID and Pegasus GC-HRT+ and 4D. Learn about all of our Instrument Training Options here.
In addition, LECO is proud to introduce an online platform entitled “LECOLearn” for our Pegasus BT and BT 4D users. This supplementary and free training system offers an introductory course to the various aspects of the software. LECOLearn is self-guided, and the program can be completed at your pace and at your convenience. Learn more here.
As always, thank you for being a LECO customer. We look forward to serving you.
For more information, call (269) 982-5483.
LECO Corporation brings you the most up-to-date, comprehensive instruction for those working in metallography, metallurgy, quality control, or failure analysis. Our fully equipped Metallography Laboratory and lecture facility provide you with an environment for learning that is second-to-none. We offer services to enhance your learning experience, including course materials, coffee/snack breaks, lunches, one group dinner, and transportation to and from the local airport (as well as between the hotel and the classroom).
Register for classes online, or call (269) 985-5380.
Basic Metallographic Techniques
A 2½-day course in St. Joseph, Michigan covering the complete range of metallographic specimen preparation, micro-/macro-indentation testing, grain size determination, and photomicrography. An overview of optical terms and techniques will also be presented. Each day begins with three hours of lecture, with the rest of each day spent in the laboratory. Students are encouraged to bring samples of materials from their daily work for laboratory analysis. Watch for 2021 dates; Course fee is $725 (US).
Principles of Metallurgy and Interpretation of Microstructures in Ferrous Alloys
A 3-day course in St. Joseph, Michigan covering basic metallurgy principles, binary phase diagrams, TTT diagrams, heat treatment of steel, inclusion classification, and microstructure identification. The class curriculum is all lecture (no lab) and includes daily quizzes. ASM Handbook, Volume 9 (Metallography and Microstructures) is included (a $297 value). Prerequisites: Participants should have a basic working knowledge of metallographic techniques. Date: Watch for 2021 dates; Course fee is $1200 (US).