While many of us are practicing social distancing and working from our home or remote offices, CARO is pleased to continue to offer training opportunities for you and your staff to stay sharp. Anyone can register, so feel free to pass this schedule on to your peers/colleagues and together we can make self-isolation feel a bit less lonely!
To register for one of the seminars, please complete the fields provided below select the Webinar you wish to attend. You will then be sent a link to login to the Webinar on the day and time specified.
If you are looking to learn about something that is not on this list, tell us about it here.
We look forward to helping you stay Ahead of the Curve!
|Topic||Description||Date & Time|
|Soil Vapor & IAQ||How TD tubes work, how to set up and conduct a sampling program, and how TD can be advantageous for your soil vapour and indoor air quality projects. It’s an ideal workshop for field techs and project managers wanting to learn more about this topic.||April 30th – 11:00 PST|
|Understanding your Data: Chromatogram Interpretation & Interferences||An introduction to chromatography and the range of analysis for which it is relied upon. We will dive into chromatograms for common organic based contamination (Diesel, Gasoline, Oils) and look at how they can help you identify the possible source of your problem. |
This presentation would be great for anyone submitting samples or reading and interpreting our reports.
|May 5th – 11:00 PST|
|Sampling Refresher||Quality data starts in the field. Learn how to follow all QA/QC measures to collecting a representative sample. This course is great for anyone who ever finds themselves taking samples in the field.||May 13th – 11:00 PST|
|CARO’s Online Bottle Order System: Help it Help you!||Learn how to use CARO’s online bottle order system, that can help you get the bottles you want, the way you want them!||May 21st – 11:00 PST|
|A Conversation about Cannabis Testing||This presentation will serve as an introduction to laboratory testing requirements as per the regulatory guidelines developed by Health Canada. We will cover the basic test requirements and look at some of the keys for a successful relationship between the producer and laboratory. |
This presentation is suited for anyone new to the cannabis industry looking for a refresher, or simply a general interest in one of the newest industries in Canada.
|May 28th 2020 – 11:00am|