NEBB cleanroom testing seminar, exam
NEBB's Cleanroom Performance Testing seminar and exam is Oct. 21-23 in Holly Springs, N.C.
NEBB is offering a seminar and exam on for candidates to become Cleanroom Performance Testing Certified Professionals in October 2013. This course includes an overview of Cleanroom Performance Testing and is geared to management level positions. The seminar will be held from Oct. 21-23 in Holly Springs, N.C.
People encouraged to attend include:
- NEBB Certified Firms and non-NEBB firms are encouraged to send technicians and managers attend this refresher and informative seminar.
- Those who wish to have their NEBB Certified Technicians become NEBB Certified Professionals that meet the eligibility requirements stated on the NEBB website.
- Individuals wishing to refresh or advance their understanding of cleanroom performance testing (e.g., QA/QC managers, engineers, etc.).
Registration deadline is Oct. 16, 2013. Learn more.
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