Life Sciences Manufacturing Operations
The purpose of the QQI Lebel 5 Award in Life Sciences Manufacturing Operations listed on this framework is to enable the learner to develop the requisite knowledge, skill and competence to work independently and under supervision whilst working in the life sciences industry and or to progress to further and or higher education and training.
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QQI Life Sciences Manufacturing Operations – 5M2162
Learners should have achieved a Level 4 or equivalent to access this course
Statutory School Leaving Age 16+
Be able to exercise some initiative and independence in carrying out defined activities; join and function within multiple, complex and heterogeneous groups
Experience of working in a manufacturing environment desirable but not essential
|Health, Safety and Environmental Awareness||Health, Safety & Environmental Awareness (5N2158)||QQI|
|Quality and Good Manufacturing Practice||Quality & Good Manufacturing Practice (5N1959)||QQI|
|Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing||Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing (5N1915)||QQI|
|Cleanroom Operations||Cleanroom Operations (5N1921)||QQI|
|Packaging and Labelling||Packaging & Labelling (5N2160)||QQI|
|Process Science Skills||Process Science Skills (5N1968)||QQI|
|Work Experience (Community)||Work Experience (5N1356)||QQI|
Utilise a range of continuous improvement methodologies whilst working at operative level in the life sciences manufacturing sector.
perform a range of tasks in compliance with current health, safety and environmental regulations and controls for the manufacturing or services sector.
The purpose of this module is to bring the training provider’s attention to the optional modules listed directly following this module. ONE of these optional modules must be included in this programme.
Communicate verbally and nonverbally in standard everyday tasks and in work-related tasks, operating independently while under general direction.
Examine the roles, responsibilities, characteristics and skills of team members including leaders; analyse the stages of team development and multi-team environments; set team objectives; evaluate performance and progress; monitor personal strengths and weaknesses and demonstrate appropriate communication skills whilst participating in core teamworking activities.
The purpose of this module is to bring the training provider’s attention to the optional modules listed directly following this module. THREE of these optional modules must be included in this programme.
Undertake a range of tasks whilst working at operative level in the cleanroom environment in the life sciences manufacturing sector.
undertake a range of packaging and labelling tasks whilst working at operative level in the life sciences manufacturing sector.
Undertake a range of scientific, mathematical and precision measurement tasks whilst working at operative level.
undertake a range of fluid transfer related tasks whilst working at operative level in the life sciences manufacturing sector.
undertake a range of tasks whilst working at operative level in the area of bioprocessing within the life sciences manufacturing sector.
Participate in the workplace for a limited time carrying out work-related tasks independently while under general direction.