Berufsbgeleitende Training Profession For Quality Assurance

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Thumbs up for the graduates of part-time studies to the / r quality Manager (FH) on June 15, 2013 13 graduates of the year of the studies received for production and organizational processes 2012/2013 their certificates by the Scientific Director of the Center for continuing education, Mr Professor Dr. Hubert Dechant. The ceremony in the Auditorium of the University of applied sciences Schmalkalden was a worthy end of semester continuing education studies. Angelika Wattrodt, vintage best of course, pointed out in her graduation speech, how important is lifelong learning, especially in the area of quality management. She stressed that many of the skills acquired in the study could be implemented directly in the workplace and that the students themselves greatly benefit from a good ratio of Faculty of science and practice, as well as the exchange of experience.

Last winter semester, the 13 participants started her studies in Schmalkalden. In two semesters, she learned the most important skills you need as a quality manager in a company - how to Sustainably optimised production and organizational processes and increases the competitiveness of a company. The study also gave participants in addition to the main tools and methods of quality and process management how to quickly recognize problems in business processes, solves and avoids repeating. In addition to professional training, improving the communication skills was on the curriculum. In exercise groups, students optimized your communication and presentation techniques. Two-thirds of the student spent the participants in the self-study. During this time, they worked through the advance received teaching materials and prepared for the testing and attendance phases. Through the Division of studies in self-study and attendance phases, which take place once a month from Friday to Sunday, you can optimally reconcile employment and study", so Mrs.

Kohler, study coordinator at the Centre for continuing education. The inspections are integrated directly into the presence phases and small vintage groups as well as individual attention of for students provide excellent study conditions." There is more information about this study on the homepage of the Center for continuing education at Qualitaetsmanager.html or at Mrs. Kohler, by phone at 03683 688 can reach 1740 or by email at. M. Weber