Participants of the three-day course are given in-depth information on geometric dimensioning and tolerancing according to ISO and ASME for measurement engineers who work at interfaces to other departments.

Design engineers, developers, and production engineers gain insight into geometric dimensioning and tolerancing from the measurement engineer’s point of view, who metrologically implements drawing specifications. A holistic understanding of the measurement tasks and influential variables enables the participants to communicate information reliably across different departments and to reduce measurement uncertainties. As a result, they increase the reliability and comparability of the measuring results.

  • Basics of the ISO standard on Geometrical Product Specification (GPS)
  • Form and position tolerances
  • Tolerancing principles I and II
  • Tolerances of form, orientation, location and run-out – ASME

GOM GmbH, Schmitzstraße 2

  • August 19 - August 21, 2019 (Week 34)
  • November 04 - November 06, 2019 (Week 45)

Additional dates on request.


GOM Süd, Wilhelm-Röntgen-Straße 11

  • October 21 - October 23, 2019 (Week 43)

Additional dates on request.

Duration: 3 days
Certificate: AUKOM GD&T

Target group: Persons with advanced knowledge of metrology


  • Production metrology
  • Development
  • Design
  • Quality management


  • For production measurement engineers: passed exam of the AUKOM Level 2 training recommended
  • For other target groups: no special knowledge required