Course Overview This one day workshop provides comprehensive training in the principles of Measurement Uncertainty Analysis. It is best suited for experienced quality and calibration managers, engineers, and technicians, as well as any metrology professional who is seeking validity of measured results in their work. A higher foundational understanding of metrology concepts is strongly recommended. The full day course will combine lectures and classroom exercises to demonstrate the principles of Measurement Uncertainty in action. Course Instructor will provide learning materials, equipment, and exercises. Attendees are encouraged to bring a scientific calculator with trig functions, such as the TI30Xa, to assist with statistical calculations. Instruction will begin at 8:30am and end at 4:30pm, with a break for lunch (provided by MSI-Viking Gage). Attendees may arrive at MSI-Viking Gage headquarters at 8:00am for check-in. The address is 321 Tucapau Rd, Duncan, SC 29334. Agenda • Measurand and its importance in measurement uncertainty • Understanding Contributors and Influence Quantities • Similarities and differences in approaches by A2LA, ANAB, NVLAP and B89.7 in estimating measurement uncertainty • Setting the recipe for an effective and management uncertainty statement • Using Uncertainty statements to make decisions for conformance Objective After completing this course, participants will possess a deeper understanding of how uncertainty affects measurements and start applying knowledge immediately for tangible results – from improved productivity efficiencies to increased profitability. Attendees will retain course materials, documentation, and completed exercises for reference as they apply this acquired proficiency in Measurement Uncertainty.