The near future we are facing will see progress in innovation and technology, at pace we have never experienced before. The question we need to ask ourselves is; are we ready?
Queen’s University is offering free places, funded by the Department for the Economy’s Skill UP, the flexible skills fund on the below courses including Advanced Manufacturing Leadership and Mechanical Engineering with Management.
Build yourself a brighter future with a free qualification in Advanced Manufacturing.
This course is designed to develop the skills and disciplinary knowledge needed to sustain our growing advanced Mechanical Engineering sector. With regional growth and opportunity bolstered by the Belfast Region City Deal (BRCD) and the establishment of the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre (AMIC), the demand for the skills that will be acquired at the completion of this course has never been greater.
Start date: 20 Sep 2021 – Mar 2022
Mode of delivery: Blended
Application deadline: 12 noon 10 September
From leadership principles to design thinking, from basic continuous improvement principles to Industry 4.0 manufacturing techniques, from operational activities to their impact on finance and strategy, this programme will give participants and their organisation an injection of leadership energy into the most critical areas of their operations. It combines advanced training in operational excellence with the development of business knowledge and leadership expertise, to increase participants’ self-confidence in their ability to help deliver transformative change within their business. It will benefit manufacturing sector supervisors, high-potential individuals and mid-level managers.
Start date: Nov 2021
Mode of delivery: Block module
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Please note, course fees on detail pages will be waived for applicants via this programme.
Applicants must meet the entry criteria for the course and be:
- over 18 years of age;
- eligible to work in Northern Ireland;
- settled’ in Northern Ireland, and has been ordinarily resident in the UK for at least three years; or
- is a person who has indefinite leave to enter or remain in the UK