Certificate in Quality for Industry - Statistics & Management (Part Time)A 20 credit Special Purpose Award at Level 7 aimed at upskilling those who aspire to supervisory or management roles. Applications for 2019 are now closed.
Location: Galway - Dublin Road
NFQ Level: 7
Programme Duration: 30 Weeks
Mode of Study: Part time
Application Route: Apply direct to GMIT
Entry Requirements: There are no entry requirements to undertake this Certificate, but you must have completed the Certificate in Quality before commencing Six Sigma for Quality Management.
€400 for Production & Supervisory Management
€400 for Six Sigma for Quality Management
€800 for Project
- You want to upskill to work in supervisory or management roles
- This Certificate, along with the Certificate in Quality and Regulatory Affairs and the Certificate in Science in Quality, make up the add-on Bachelor of Science (Ordinary) Degree in Quality for Industry.
- You can undertake any/all individual module(s) and you can obtain any/all three Certificates.
The make-up of the Certificate in Quality - Statistics & Management is:
- Certificate in Quality (20 Credits, Level 7)
- Certificate in Quality & Regulatory Affairs (20 Credits, Level 7)
- Bachelor of Science (Ordinary) Degree in Quality
- Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Quality for Industry
- Production & Supervisory Management - Thursday evenings, from 7pm to 10pm, from September 2019 to December 2019. Commencing 19th September 2019
- Six Sigma for Quality Management - Thursday evenings, from 7pm to 10pm, from January 2020 to May 2020.
- Project - Done at place of employment, commencing September 2019. Supervision at agreed times with assigned lecturer.
Eligibility for the full Level 7 degree:
To do the full Level 7 degree in Quality for Industry, you need to hold a Level 6 award in Science, Business or Engineering. If you have foreign qualifications, please contact QQI / NARIC website (http://qsearch.qqi.ie/WebPart/Search?searchtype=recognitions) which may be able to map your foreign award to the Irish system.
Recognition of your experience in industry (also known as recognition of prior learning (RPL)):
If you don’t hold a Level 6 award, and if you have significant experience in industry (medical device, or pharmaceutical industry), then you could apply to GMIT to review your work experience to see if your work experience can be accredited as being the same as a Level 6 award. For further information and to apply for RPL go to http://www.myexperience.ie
Applying to study individual certificates or individual modules:
If you do not hold a Level 6 award, and do not have sufficient experience to get it recognized as equivalent to a Level 6 you can still do all the modules in the degree. You will not graduate with a degree, but will graduate with three separate Certificates. Alternatively, you can apply to do a particular Certificate or a particular module(s).
Closing Date for Applications
30th August 2019.
You must download, complete fully and return by email (not by post) the Application Form Incomplete files/ postal applications will be returned.
Students who enrol for this Certificate will qualify for issuing of a GMIT Student ID Card.