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The workshop will: Provide a background in quality management Introduce the role of quality manager Demonstrate the framework within which quality managers operate Introduce basic tools Provide pointers for future activities. Suitable for: Newly appointed quality managers (or those who wish to be) who have had little formal training in quality...

  • Course
  • Chester
  • 2 Days
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£470

Suitable for those whose role involves: evaluating the internal assessment process. monitoring and reviewing internal assessment audit systems. carrying out related internal verification or moderation activities. This Award is work-oriented and therefore is suitable for those who have real work experience....

  • Vocational qualification
  • Chester
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This engaging NHS & Social Care-specific module will look at why good quality information underpins sound....

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  • Online
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£30
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Java has developed into a robust, adaptable and extensible language well suited to a range of development environments. This course is about taking your core Java development skills to the next level. Learn about Generics, Multi-threading and working with Java APIs to develop applications in many different contexts. After completing this course,...

  • Training
  • Online
  • 3 Months
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£39
+ VAT
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  • Distance Learning
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Suitable for: This is suitable for people who would like the knowledge of how to quality assure, not necessarily be involved in the process of quality assurance....

  • BTEC
  • Distance Learning
  • 12 Months
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£1,100

The aim is to enable the operational manager to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the management of the quality function by means of: Optimum tactical utilisation of resources. Effective communications. Development of the team as a coherent, mutually-supportive and motivated group of people who, with the manager, share a common vision and...

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  • Distance Learning
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£1,800
VAT exempt