Certificate in Data Analytics for Business
Awarding Body: Dundalk Institute of Technology
Course Points: Credits 10
Course Duration: 1 Semester – one evening (Tuesdays) per week for 3 hours (6.00pm-9.00pm).
Course Level: Qualification – Level 7
Course Capacity: 20 Places
Course Venue: Cavan Innovation & Technology Centre (CITC Cavan), H12 R6D6 (IT Suite)
Commencement: Tuesday 22nd September 2020, DKIT: Wednesday 23rd September 2020
Course Summary: This 1-semester part-time course will enable candidates to utilise data for operational and strategic decision making in business. This programme is aimed at non-technical candidates and will provide them with a toolset to frame data problems in a business context, articulate business value, understand the organisation’s information supply chain and communicate and collaborate with data owners and teams. Through case studies, live projects and practical exercises, this programme gives non-technical managers a foundation and understanding of the world of data and the confidence to develop fundamental, business-oriented questions about what the business needs, what business value is and how data can be used to create business value.
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Duration: 5 days – Each delegate must attend all 5 days to qualify.
Time: 9:00 to 5:00
Price: – Subject to Demand
Venue: Cavan Innovation and Technology Centre, H12 R6D6
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Accreditation and Certification – In successful completion of this course learners will receive a NFQ Level 6 Instructing Manual Handling Certificate – Credit Value 10.
The purpose of this award is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to effectively design and deliver manual handling instruction in the workplace.
Course objectives – On completion of this course learners will be able to:
Explain the main components of relevant health and safety legislation
Define the main components of the spinal column
Explain the main risk factors for back injuries related to manual handling
Describe the concepts of ergonomics
Explain the manual handling risk assessment process
To be able to carry out manual handling risk assessments
Describe a range of controls to avoid and reduce the risk of injuries
Apply the main principles of inanimate manual handling to a range of manual handling tasks
Analyse the learners performance of manual handling techniques
Develop inanimate manual handling training programmes
Deliver effective manual handling training programmes
Demonstrate understanding of adult learning principles
Give effective instruction in practical manual handling techniques
Content – Manual Handling Instructor Course
Unit 1 Legislative requirements and health benefit
Unit 2 Anatomy and back care
Unit 3 Ergonomic principles and risk assessment
Unit 4 Manual handling principles and techniques
Unit 5 Planning and design of manual handling training programmes
Unit 6 Delivery of manual handling training
Certificate in Lean Six Sigma (Green Belt)
Course Points: Credits 10
Course Duration: 1 Semester – 12 weeks, one evening (Thursdays) per week for 3 hours 6.30pm-9.30pm plus 1 Saturday morning session (10.00am-1.00pm)
Course Level: Qualification Level 7 on the National Framework of Qualifications
Course Venue: Cavan Innovation & Technology Centre (CITC Cavan), H12 R6D6 (IT Suite).
Commencement: Thursday 24th September 2020: DKIT: Wednesday 23rd September 2020.
Course Summary: Lean Six Sigma has become the fastest growing and most successful approach to continuous improvement across all industries regardless of size, position in the supply chain or service provided. Our Lean Six Sigma courses aim to provide students with a balance of theoretical learning and practical know-how in Lean and Six Sigma methodologies.
This is one of the highest regarded Lean Six Sigma courses offered in the North East and is sought after by many employers as significant savings will be made as a result of the project. It is very interactive and practical with plenty of active learning, such as group activities, discussion and applying skills to your own in-company projects. This course will provide students with the knowledge and confidence to run Green Belt Projects within any role.
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