Good Manufacturing Practice & Technology Part-time (Higher Certificate)
Field of Study
Good Manufacturing Practice
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Application Closing Date:
18th January 2017
Applications are welcome from persons over 23 years of age by 1 January of year of entry.
Applicants under the age of 23 must have obtained at least 5 passes at Ordinary Grade D3 in the Irish Leaving Certificate Examinations to include English and Mathematics. Alternative Maths does not qualify applicants on this basis. Other examinations/qualifications taken such as GCE/GCSE, trade/craft exams are considered.
A nationally accredited education programme designed to meet the education and training needs of people in the areas of Production, Quality Assurance and Validation in the Biopharmaceutical, Pharmaceutical, Medical Devices, and Food industries.
Process, Energy and Transport Engineering
€450 per 5 credit module
1 - 4 evenings a week depending on the number of modules taken. A number of daytime workshops to be decided.
This course is designed for existing employees or potential new recruits in the Biopharmaceutical, Pharmaceutical, and Medical Devices, and Food industries who would like an accredited qualification.
Modules will include:
Credits and Certificates are awarded for each subject passed, allowing participants to select accredited modules appropriate to skill need and/or gather credits towards the award of Higher Certificate.
Applicants who have appropriate experience and knowledge of the Pharmaceutical, Biopharmaceutical or Medical Devices industries may be considered exempt from examination of some upon providing evidence via the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) scheme of the Institute.
Students completing the Higher Certificate in Good Manufacturing Practice & Technology have the opportunity to proceed to a Bachelor of Science in Good Manufacturing Practice (Level 7). Please contact Elaine McCarthy T: 021 4335150 or by email email@example.com for more details.
Note: All classes 6pm - 9pm
The running of individual modules will be dependent on a sufficient number of students enrolling on the course. The module may be withdrawn if this requirement is not fulfilled.
- Online application is open for courses commencing semester 2 2016/2017 (week beginning the 30th of January 2017).
- Note: The running of individual modules will be dependent on a sufficient number of students enrolling on the course. The module may be withdrawn if this requirement is not fulfilled.
- Please attach and upload any documents such as transcripts, CV, other details relevant to the application.
- Please note that applicants will be required to pay an acceptance fee of €250 online if a place on a course is offered. This fee is deductible from the overall course fee.