A very interesting article, published last week in The West Australian supplement of Skills West Expo 2013. Brad Darcy-Evans, Metallurgy Technician and Team Leader at ALS Metallurgy, talks about his experience after finishing a traineeship to obtain a Diploma in Laboratory Technology. Click hereRead More
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Careers in Lab Ops
Pathology Collection & Testing
Pathology laboratories are responsible for the collection and processing of pathological samples such as blood, urine and tissues, to determine underlying causes of health problems. These laboratories are Nationally recognised by the National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA).
Minerals & Environmental Analysis
Laboratories associated with the mining industry are responsible for the metallurgical testing and quantitative analysis of a wide range of the earth’s natural resources. The services offered by metallurgical testing facilities include bench-scale extractive metallurgy, pilot plant operations and automated extraction techniques.
Construction Materials Testing
Construction Materials Testing (CMT) includes testing in the field and in the laboratory of materials such as soil, concrete, aggregate and rock, mostly to determine the physical and mechanical properties of a material.
Occupational Health and Safety
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) is an important part of every industry. Over the past few years there has been a push to harmonise the current OHS legislation across all states and territories in Australia, to create a much smoother and easy to manage system.
LTT has expanded its specialist laboratory training service with a brand new school and training pathway. In addition to the Laboratory Operations Training Package already delivered at its Osborne Park Training Centre, LTT has opened a new School of Pathology (LTT Path). LTT Path will deliver vocational phlebotomy training from its newly equipped Pathology Training School,...Read More