Quality Related Legislation and Regulation: Unit 507
SCQF Level 9
Focusing on the importance of quality related legislation and regulation in business.
Why take this course?
This qualification is aimed at those currently employed in a quality orientated role, who are looking to increase their knowledge and improve their career prospects. It acts as one unit towards the Diploma in Quality Management, for which nine mandatory units must be completed.
On completion of all units you will be awarded the Diploma in Quality Management, which will provide you with the auditing skills required to develop the ability to plan, conduct and report quality audits against quality criteria. After successful completion you can also use the designated letters DipQ as a suffix after your name, and apply for corporate membership of the CQI - this carries the designated letters MCQI after the suffix of your name. This is important for anyone wishing to progress in the field of quality.
What you will experience
The Diploma in Quality will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the management principles, disciplines and techniques which are used to control a business or organisation so that the quality of a product or service is consistently high. It will enable you to apply quality management methods to all activities within the business or organisation. Topics covered in this unit include:
- The factors to be considered in defining briefs for the development of new products and services
- Essential activities in the new product development process - from the initial idea through to market research, design, design review and product/service provision, to final disposal
- Identifying quality inputs and outputs for satisfactory completion of each activity and identifying risks that can result from inefficient completion of each activity
This course is assessed by assignments submitted in November, April and August.
This course will require you to manage your workload independently, with a basic level of tutor support.
Ideally you should have a CQI Certificate in Quality or equivalent, as well as a good standard of Maths and English (Standard Grade/GCSE Maths and English or equivalent are advisable). You should also be currently working in a quality role or have access to work/liaise with your quality department.
Only individuals who have submitted an ED-03 to the CQI for the Diploma Award prior to 31st December 2016 may commence study on this unit. If you are uncertain if you can start this unit please contact:
Iain Cocker, Business Development Manager
Tel: 01346 506027
What you need to know
CQI Exam/Assignment Registration/membership fees must be paid.
At North East Scotland College
The Diploma in Quality Management consists of 9 core units which all must be completed successfully to achieve the Diploma in Quality Management:
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|Paper applications only|
You must submit a paper application form for this course and return it to us completed and signed.
Completed forms should be returned to the following freepost address:
The Student Information & Admissions Manager
North East Scotland College
Aberdeen City Campus
UK AB25 1BN
Should you have any problems with your application, please contact the Student Advice Centre:
Telephone: 01224 612330
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