If you are under 23 years old on 1 January you must have achieved Grade D3 in five Leaving Certificate subjects, including Mathematics and English or Irish or a FETAC Level 5 qualification or equivalent unless otherwise stated. That is 5 subjects: O6/H7, English or Irish: O6/H7 and Mathematics: O6/H7, or better to apply for year one of this programme.
Mature Students over (23 years on 1 January 2020) are eligible. Eligible candidates may be interviewed. All applicants must have competence in spoken and written English.
The Medical devices industry is undergoing major changes globally as many new products enter the FDA approval pipeline. The move is for more high cost products to come to be manufactured in Ireland and there is also a move towards more combined products where medical devices are now being classified not just as medical devices but also as medicines.
The Students will study techniques in Medical Device Manufacture and best practices in the industry.
Ireland, because of its favourable tax regime for the manufacturing industry, the availability of a highly trained workforce, and its long track record in successfully supporting healthcare manufacturing has gained great economic benefits by continuing to attract many of the top manufacturers to her shores. The requirement for skilled staff is essential and opportunities are arising now.
- Critical Skills Development
- Introduction to Medical Devices
- GMP 1/Quality Assurance
- GMP2/Quality Control
- Process Improvement
2 evenings per week over 1 year
Students' can choose to progress their studies at TU Dublin Tallaght.