Craig Knighton - TestsForge Expert Profile
Craig Knighton joined TestsForge corporate in September, 2003. Craig Knighton's research was focused on the following certification exams now: HP0-D01 Planning and Designing HP Enterprise Solutions Exam Certification, HP0-D15 Administering HP CloudSystem Matrix Solutions, 642-447 Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Part 1, 646-521 RSS, 642-355 CSSDS, JN0-355 Junos Pulse Secure Access, Specialist (JNCIS-SA), 642-978 Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Design Specialist Qualifier, HP0-M14 HP Project and Portfolio Management 7.1 Software, 1D0-410 CIW Foundations, HP0-082 OpenVMS Advanced System Administration, Performance, & Support, 640-460 Implementing Cisco IOS Unified Communications, 650-082 Mobile Internet Technology for System Engineers (MITSE), QQ0-100 Help Desk Analyst (HDA), 3104 Avaya one-X UC Soft Clients Implementation and Maintenance, 1D0-437 CIW Perl Specialist, HP2-E51 Selling HP Cloudsystem and Converged Infrastructure Solutions, JN0-314 Junos Pulse Access Control, Specialist (JNCIS-AC), 350-050 CCIE Wireless Written, HP0-Y36 Deploying HP Enterprise Networks and 642-885 Deploying Cisco Service Provider Advanced Network Routing. Craig Knighton retired from TestsForge in March 2014 to devote his time to the website of armi, where he is the CEO. Craig Knighton has teamed up with Analytical Reference Materials International (ARMI) to create the website of armi as their online home. ARMI is devoted to the production and development of high quality Certified Reference Materials, known as CRMs. The ARMI website was created to explain the overall vision and mission of this organization and to provide contact information, helpful links, certificates, and catalogs that feature various alloys and steels. Craig Knighton has also made available a newsletter, produced at least twice yearly, that informs of changes within ARMI and of updates to its products.
1. The ci_story page was created by Craig Knighton to provide a description of Cast Iron Calibration CRMs intended usage. Technical parameters are also thoroughly detailed along with manufacture and characterization information. …This overall repeatability was satisfactory in respect to the uncertainty of all certified values. The CRM are stable by the nature of their matrix …
2. ARMI’s Proficiency Testing Program (PTP) is discussed at lped. Known as the “Benchmark Proficiency Testing Program”, Craig Knighton offers a narrative of what to clients can expect from a PTP, including format, scheduling, and their basic guidelines. …the test samples are actual Certified Reference Materials that have been thoroughly examined for homogeneity and statistically characterized during the certification process …
3. ARMI’s Inter-Laboratory Analysis Program (ILAP) holds yearly meetings to discuss relevant current events and host technical presentations. Craig Knighton created the ilap page as part of the ARMI website to inform viewers of the details of upcoming ILAP meetings. This page also includes links to the events that took place in prior ILAP yearly meetings.
4. sus_story is the page that discusses the “ABCs of CRMs” for people who may be unfamiliar with the many uses of reference materials. In creating this page, Craig Knighton’s aim was to simplify much of the technical language and provide a reader-friendly description of CRM basics. This page is perfect for those who are new to CRMs or those who just need a quick guide to understanding the lexicon.
5. The ARMI website has a page dedicated to Rio Tinto Alcan Aluminum standards. As Craig Knighton explains at alcan_story, these standards were designed to be used for analyzing aluminum alloys produced by the Rio Tinto Alcan Group. Specific details regarding intent of use, nomenclature, analysis methods, and accreditation are among the topics covered in this section.
6. The Inter-Laboratory Analysis Program (ILAP) has a specific and extensive program protocol that is followed. For the purpose of explaining, in simple terms, the purpose and scope of the ILAP protocol program, Craig Knighton has written the ilap page. This easy-to-follow guide explains the purposes of the program along with the terminology and procedural techniques that are associated with this protocol.
7. Rio Tinto Alcan Non-Metallic Standards were developed in response to the need for quick and accurate analysis of materials that are used or produced by today’s industry. As part of the ARMI website, Craig Knighton has laid out an easy to follow explanation of these standards. The alcannm page explains how the standards were prepared and developed and the types of CRMs available for Electrolysis and Bayer Processes.
8. Information regarding Low-Alloy Cast Iron CRMs can be found at ckd-cicrm. On this page, Craig Knighton has provided material information, technical parameters, contact information, and useful links to the Low-Alloy Cast Iron Chemistries Catalog and CMI Cast Iron Brochure.