June 18, 2020
NEWARK, Delaware – In what is planned to be an ever-growing resource for laboratory informatics professionals everywhere, CSols Inc., the premier laboratory informatics consultancy, has launched CSols University, with its first-ever online course, Creating a Lab Informatics Risk Assessment. This one-hour course is the first to launch this summer, with more to come in the near future.
CSols University was created to provide online, on-demand training courses in a way that’s innovative in the laboratory informatics space. Rather than multi-day training that covers many topics, these are offered in 1- to 4-hour blocks and focus on a single skill or knowledge area. The courses provide efficient, affordable training that provides just what is needed, when it’s needed.
This is a good time to receive training or brush up on knowledge, because lab operations may have slowed down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Each of the competitively priced courses is developed by a CSols laboratory informatics expert from their firsthand, real-world experiences, which provide added value to enrollees. The mobile friendly, online course format allows the learner to build skills easily and learn on their own schedule. All attendees receive a certificate upon course completion.
Michele Zelk, Senior Project Manager, explains: “CSols University courses are an efficient, affordable way to gain skills in our changing world. We provide training that can be accessed anytime, anywhere, and registrants can stream our courses as much as they want for 60 days.”
Registrants will have a diverse range of topics to look forward to this summer:
Future courses will provide insights for LabWare, LabVantage, and STARLIMS, among other topics. The courses are intended for a range of learners, from beginners to those with some knowledge of laboratory informatics.
About CSols Inc.
CSols Inc. is the premier Laboratory Informatics Consultancy, providing objective guidance and tailored solutions through their services: strategic planning and vendor selection, implementation and enhancement, and computer system validation. For more information, visit www.csolsinc.com.