The GDCh Continuing Education Programme offers you:
face-to-face instruction by experts from industry, universities and research institutes
challenging, crest-of-the-wave content and effective study plans
high-level forums for the exchange of information and experience
insight into modern methods, processes and procedures
Chemical Development and Scale-Up in the Fine Chemical and
November 24 - 26, 2020, Frankfurt/Main
For courses conducted in German see: www.gdch.de/fortbildung
To suit your particular needs, we are always happy to design new course concepts together with you or to organize courses in-house at your firm or institute on GDCh listed course subjects.
On site, in-house courses have many advantages:
Adaptation of course content to your particular needs and wishes
Targeted treatment of your particular issues and problems
No extra costs for employee travel and accommodation
Working time not wasted on travel
Exercises with familiar equipment
Discussion of questions and problems pertaining to particular equipment or instruments (in courses with experiments).
For the sake of greater learning- and cost efficiency, we recommend that you advise your company or institute to consider in-house courses whenever even four or five persons have shown an interest in a given subject.
You, too, can benefit from our years of experience in holding seminars: we will be glad to make you an offer, free of obligation, for an in-house GDCh course to be held on your premises.
Please do not hesitate to contact us personally for further, more detailed information.
|Continuing Education |
Tel.: +49 69 7917 485
In view of the currently dramatically increasing risk and hazard situation due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), the GDCh Board of Directors has unanimously decided to cancel all GDCh events (conferences, meetings, training courses, etc.) by June 30, 2020 or if necessary, postpone or use web-based formats. This decision was not an easy one for the Presiding Committee, the Board of Directors and the managing director. However, responsibility towards participants and those affected on site left no other choice. We ask for your understanding. We will keep you up to date with further developments.
Prof. Peter R. Schreiner
Prof. Wolfram Koch
zuletzt geändert am: 16.03.2020 16:39 Uhr von M.Bundschuh