Quality Training

Quality and Good Manufacturing Practice

*This industry led programme is funded under Skills Connect and is for people who are currently seeking employment, subject to eligibility criteria* Objectives

This programme aims to provide the Life Sciences Sector with a course in quality and good manufacturing practice, which will be available to employees and potential entrants to the sector. It will provide the opportunity to equip trainees with the knowledge, skill and competence to perform a range of manufacturing tasks in compliance with quality standards and good manufacturing practice.

Content includes

Explore the related regulatory framework as it applies to the life sciences manufacturing sector
  • Gain knowledge of the key elements of quality management systems and good manufacturing practice and related documentation
  • Distinguish between conforming and non-conforming products and practices
  • Acquire skills necessary to implement good manufacturing practice in line with appropriate procedure and regulation
  • Develop the academic and vocational language, literacy and/or numeracy skills related to quality and current good manufacturing practice

Schedule of learning
  • Weeks 1 - 3 : Pre-recorded lectures along with reading / mini-assignment (approx 3 - 4 hours work weekly)
  • Week 4 - Live 1 hour tutorial with lecturer. On-line exam.
  • Portfolio of work due before week 12
  • Week 1 June 1st- Welcome and Introduction to the module material released weekly  
  • Week 2 June 7 Recorded lectures and study material -  up to 2.5  hours  per week plus small assignment 
  • Week 3 June 14 Recorded lectures and study material -  up to 2.5  hours  per week plus small assignment 
  • Week 4 June 21 Recorded lectures and study material -  up to 2.5  hours  per week plus small assignment 
  • Week 5 22 June followed by on-line tutorial and exam (1.5 hours allowed to complete) 
        • (you will receive a cert of completion if you sit the exam)
  • Week 12 Portfolio of work due on or before week 12.
        • (if you complete the portfolio of work, you will receive the QQI Level 5 minor award on NFQ)
 

Who should attend

Personnel working in the Life Sciences Sector, individuals who are unemployed/on PUP

Qualification

QQI Level 5 minor award on NFQ

Upcoming dates:

Location
Dates

Virtual - online, ignoreEntry
Week 1 June 1st- Week 2 June 7 Week 3 June 14 Week 4 June 21Week 5 22 June Week 12 - August
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Course

Quality and Good Manufacturing Practice

Training Days

4 weeks or 12 weeks

Training Location

Available nationally, based on demand

Course Cost

IMDA Skillnet Member: €350
* Cost quoted per person