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The following course is about workplace safety, health and welfare.
Unit 1 and 2 are compulsory, you and/or your employer can decide what additional optional units are relevant to your work.
Unit 1 Your health and safety induction
Unit 2 Health and safety at work
Unit 3 Manual handling
Unit 4 Ergonomics
Unit 5 Housekeeping
Unit 6 Chemical safety
Unit 7 Workplace transport safety
Unit 8 Noise and machinery
You can self enrol on this course by clicking on the "Enrol me" button. If you're a teacher, lecturer, employer or manager, you can also register a group to take a course using the Group Manager facility.
- Teacher: Enoadmin User
The purpose of this MOOC on eInvoicing is to:
- Enlighten Senior Managers in both the public and private sectors to the benefits of e-Invoicing,
- Educate Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable Personnel in the area of e-Invoicing and the business requirements for the implementation of e-Invoicing in an organisation.
- Provide an overview of the technical requirements for the implementation of e-Invoicing to IT Management and personnel.
If you wish to take this course you can register on this IT Sligo Free Online Course site and then enrolling on the course using the enrollment key: eInvoice0419
A career development module. This course is aimed at those wishing to find a job or develop their career further by helping them to consider what direction they wish to go in, how to identify opportunities that might be available, and how to apply for positions (CV and interview preparation). If you are not part of a group taking this course, you can join by registering on this site and then enrolling on this course using the key: 2017selfieA
This is an IT Sligo course developed for campus students that has been opened to the public on a pilot basis. Once you register on this site you can enroll yourself on this course using the enrolment key: First2017
The concept of Six Sigma quality was first introduced by Motorola in the mid 1980's whereas Lean is widely considered to originate from the world-class manufacturing techniques of the Japanese auto industry and in particular Toyota. It has since been embraced by leading global companies in the manufacturing and service sectors and is now the foremost process improvement approach for organisations that wish to attain world-class performance in quality and customer satisfaction. The tools and techniques are being used in healthcare, banking and government sectors where benefits have been achieved in productivity, efficiency and elimination of ‘waste’. In Lean Sigma terms ‘waste’ refers to anything that does not add value to the product or service in the eyes of the customer.