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Hexagon Metrology UK has expanded its training academy programme

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Hexagon Metrology UK has expanded its training academy programme to include a trio of new courses offering foundation training in co-ordinate measurement.
The new options cover a practical guide to measurement uncertainty and introductions to co- ordinate measurement and dimensional metrology. Other new topics available in the coming months will include portable software and products plus a range of eLearning and blended learning courses.
They have been added to Hexagon Metrology’s existing foundation training schedule, which already provides a practical guide to geometric dimensioning and tolerancing as well as basic PC-DMIS and Quindos software courses.
The company has also extended its range of NPL qualifications with an introduction to metrology e-course. In addition, there are opportunities to further boost skills with a series of advanced courses in PC-DMIS and Quindos software.
All courses are specially designed and delivered by Hexagon Metrology’s team of fully- qualified, time served trainers and held throughout the year either at its Telford technical centre or new Milton Keynes precision centre.
“We have built a comprehensive picture of training needs and created a series of courses to deliver good quality skills and knowledge in the measurement sector,” explained UK aftermarket sales manager Sam O’Prey.
More information on the new courses and the complete 2014 training academy programme can be found online at

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