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IDEXX Water understands that education is essential to building your technical knowledge and enhancing your laboratory skills.
Our educational offerings are part of an ongoing commitment to our customers to help you grow professionally and personally through online training, live webinars, and industry news articles.
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IDEXX Water Academy

 

Featured Courses

NEW! IDEXX Tecta: Automation in Water Microbiology
IDEXX Tecta, the newest addition to IDEXX's innovative product portfolio, is a self-contained, automated microbiology testing system. Incorporating IDEXX Tecta into your lab gives you the flexibility to do more. Be more responsive in emergencies, increase your testing offerings, deal with non-routine workflows, and deliver accurate results when and where stakeholders need them. 

NEW! Accreditation: Getting Started
Earning accreditation for a water testing method can be a complex and confusing process. This introductory-level course examines what is meant by accreditation and walks through high-level processes that are common to many accreditation agencies.

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Water webinars

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Upcoming live webinars

Automate your workflow with IDEXX Tecta
Thursday, March 23 1-2 PM ET 

Using IDEXX and Tecta together gives labs the flexibility to do more - to be more responsive in emergencies, to expand testing services, and to deliver accurate results when and where you need them. Join Len White, IDEXX Global Marketing Director, and Emily Frawley IDEXX Product Manager, as they discuss what IDEXX Tecta is, how it works, and the science behind it. This session also includes time for interactive questions and answers. 

Please note that this is a live, encore presentation of the IDEXX Tecta webinar held in December. 

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