CIT links with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) to provide industry specific modules
Published on: Friday, 22 March 2013
During autumn 2012 six employees of GSK, Currabinny, took part in a Quality Systems module delivered by the Department of Applied Physics and Instrumentation. This enabled company employees to train in-house with lecture notes and case studies relating to their work. This type of programme gives employees the opportunity to accumulate European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) credits within the work environment.
It is envisaged similar courses will continue between CIT and GSK, Currabinny throughout 2013.
(L - R) Eamon Bourke, Engineering Manager, GSK; Frank Haynes, David O’Donovan, Con Aherne, Jim Meskell, Leonard Cunningham, John Magee with James Barrett, Lecturer, Department of Applied Physics and Instrumentation, CIT.