Certificate in Validation Technologies
This course is delivered online over two semesters with 15 credits being completed in each semester. In semester 1 the student will complete 2 modules and in semester 2 there are 3 modules. Each module is delivered online via weekly live lectures. Attendance at live lectures is voluntary and recordings will be made available via moodle.
Other resources will also be made available to students via moodle. Assessment will be a combination of online quizzes, essays and mini projects and all modules will have an end of semester exam. Students can sit the end of semester exam in Sligo, Dublin or Cork.
The programme has also been approved by ulearning Skillnet for a fees subsidy of 20% for students whose company is a member of the ulearning Skillnet Network. Please note there are only a limited number of subsidies available and offers will be made on a first come, first served basis. Please visit www.ulearning.ie for further information.
The objective of this 30 credit Level 6 award in Validation Technologies is to enable students who are work-based to acquire key skills in the area of validation. The programme is applicable to students working in many different sectors such as pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, medical device, food and engineering.
The programme will prepare students to undertake different validation roles such as validation technician and will equip the student to complete many validation activities within their organisation. The impetus for the development of this programme has emerged from industry needs and the course content has been designed to meet this industry need.
Application Closing Date : 31st August 2017
|Mech. and Electronic Eng.||Special Purpose Award|
To qualify for entry to this Special Purpose Award a standard applicant must achieve a pass in the leaving certificate (or equivalent examinations) with five grade D's which must include Mathematics and English or Irish. An E in Higher Level Mathematics is also acceptable, as is a B2 or higher in Foundation Mathematics.
Applicants who may not meet the above minimum entry requirements can have their experiential, work-based learning assessed through the IT Sligo RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) process.
There is a requirement for students to attend a 1 day practical/ workshop in semester 2.
There will be a progression pathways for those students who successfully complete this Special Purpose Award in Validation Technologies and who wish to continue on to complete a degree in Quality, Manufacturing Management, or various Life Sciences at IT Sligo. Students will be required to meet the eligibility criteria to enter the full degree programme and are assessed on an individual basis.
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Who do I contact?
T: 353 (0) 71 931 8510