Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial Engineering Dublin FEB 18

Griffith College (BEIE FEB 18)
Key Programme Details
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Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial Engineering

NFQ Level

7 About NFQ

Delivery Method

Classroom - Evening

Mode

Part-Time

ECTS Credits

60

Department

Springboard

Skills Area

Advanced Manufacturing

General Information
Contact

Mary O'Carroll

Email

springboard@griffith.ie

Phone

01-4150442

Address

South Circular Road, Dublin 8

Role

Programme Administrator

Important Dates
Application Deadline

31/01/2018

Start Date

02/2018

About this Course

This course prepares learners to engage in developing a career in Ireland's leading companies in the manufacturing, biopharma and medical technology sectors. It is designed by industry specialists, The programme is endorsed by Ireland's Institute of Industrial Engineers and gives participants the practical knowledge and skills they require to measure and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of industrial engineering processes in the areas of cost, quality, safety, environmental sustainability and other related factors.
Graduates of the programme will be able to fill roles as industrial engineers, manufacturing engineers, process engineers, methods improvement analysts, continuous improvement team leaders, time-study engineers, logistics planners, capacity planners, schedulers, process expeditors, warehousing and distribution planners and other related roles.

Entry Requirements

All applicants are required to have the necessary capabilities to benefit from and succeed on this programme. These requirements can be met either by holding previous qualifications or having related work experience. The Programme Director meets all applicants in advance of the programme to identify the applicant's career aspirations and to ensure the appropriateness of the programme to their needs. Candidates apply on the basis of formal qualifications are required to hold a NFQ Level 6 Higher Certificate award ( in an engineering discipline or equivalent). Candidates applying on the basis of previous work experience are considered under the College's RPL procedures.

Long Description

This course prepares learners to engage in developing a career in Ireland's leading companies in the manufacturing, biopharma and medical technology sectors. It is designed by industry specialists, The programme is endorsed by Ireland's Institute of Industrial Engineers and gives participants the practical knowledge and skills they require to measure and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of industrial engineering processes in the areas of cost, quality, safety, environmental sustainability and other related factors.
Graduates of the programme will be able to fill roles as industrial engineers, manufacturing engineers, process engineers, methods improvement analysts, continuous improvement team leaders, time-study engineers, logistics planners, capacity planners, schedulers, process expeditors, warehousing and distribution planners and other related roles.

Timetable Info

to be confirmed

Delivery Location

South Circular Road, Dublin 8

Delivery Notes

To be confirmed

Admissions Contact Details
Instructor

Mary O'Carroll

Address

Griffith College Dublin, South Circular Rd, Dublin 8.

Phone

01 415 0442

Email

springboard@griffith.ie

RPL Information

Griffith College welcomes applications for the programme from mature learners and actively facilitates access for suitably experienced learners by means of the College's Policy on RPL. It is College policy to meet all Springboard applicants in person in advance of admission in order to first assess the suitability of the programme to their particular development needs. Where the programme is found to be suitable, candidates holding the requisite prior NFQ (or equivalent international frameworks) requirements for the programme with recent educational and training experience are directly admitted. Candidates with relevant experience arising from certified and/or experiential learning are considered. This involves the presentation of the learners experiences against nationally equivalent standards of knowledge, skills and competences. This consideration is undertaken formally by the College's RPL committee in accordance with the College Quality Assurance procedures approved by QQI. (See Attached).Candidates who fail to meet the entry requirements, or for whom the programme is currently unsuitable are advised of access, transfer and progression paths to alternative programmes. Unsuccessful candidates who can complete additional bridging training are encouraged to re-apply for admission.