Melbec Now Offer Technical Training Courses

Melbec Microbiology’s range of Technical Training Courses are an excellent way for customers to increase their understanding of different microbiological topics. Our courses can help your staff drive new development, research and sales, and improve safety, knowledge and product quality.

The courses can be delivered in person at your site or ours, or remotely via the digital platform of your choice. Feel free to mix and match topics across courses to create a bespoke programme that best suits your staff members and their needs. Our courses include:

  • Basic Microbiology
    • Gain a fundamental understanding of microbiology and how this relates to industry and product development and safety, and an insight into typical terminology definitions which will allow you to converse more confidently in the language of microbiology.
    • Ideal for non-microbiology-based research and development lab technicians, graduates, apprentices, and anyone who works in a microbiology laboratory, as well as managers, production, engineering, and quality assurance staff.
  • Factory Hygiene
    • Gain a basic grasp of microbiology and a clear understanding of the importance of factory hygiene and hygiene monitoring in relation to product quality and safety.
    • Ideal for staff members involved in factory hygiene, including quality assurance, production, and engineering staff.
  • Practical Microbiology for Cosmetic Products
    • Gain a clear understanding of not only what happens in a microbiology lab, but why the tests are performed and how this relates to both product and consumer safety.
    • Ideal for research and development lab technicians, graduates, apprentices, and anyone who works in a microbiology laboratory, as well as managers, production, engineering and quality assurance staff who may be involved in the microbiological safety of cosmetic products both during development and manufacture.
  • Understanding Microbiological Data and Reports
    • Gain a clearer understanding of microbiological data and test reports which will allow for more informed decision making during the development or manufacture of cosmetic or biocidal products.
    • Ideal for research and development lab technicians, graduates, apprentices, and anyone who works in a microbiology laboratory, as well as managers, production, engineering and quality assurance staff.
  • The Human Skin Microbiome: The Basics
    • Gain a better understanding of the skin microbiome and its function in human health. Increased knowledge to better inform the development of new products and claims.
    • Ideal for research and development scientists and technicians, graduates, apprentices, marketers, and anyone who works in the development of novel products and claims.

Our Technical Training Courses are based on previous successful external client training we have delivered, plus the extensive knowledge held within the team at Melbec Microbiology.

If you would like more information on the technical training courses that we offer, including price and availability, please contact us today either by giving us a call at the office on 01706 214492 or by sending an email to info@melbecmicrobiology.co.uk.

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