QUALITY IMPROVEMENT CERTIFICATIONS

 

The education and training alliance with higher education partners, like UWF, complements the quality student development programs already established in the regions’ college networks. This alliance also complements the quality manufacturing academy programs launched across Northwest Florida by including those already employed by our manufacturing members.  Through a partnership between the University of West Florida and the Northwest Florida Manufacturers Council, select quality improvement training is being offered to our members at no cost.

GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING & TOLERANCING (GD&T)

TIME COMMITMENT:

2 Days

REGISTRATION AND COURSE SCHEDULE:

Wednesday, August 16 – Thursday, August 17

TUITION: $900 

(No cost to NWFMC members)

LOCATION: 

UWF Fort Walton Beach

Introduce the symbols, theory, and advantages of GD&T, including cost reduction and “bonus tolerance,” using discussion, practical application, and hands-on exercises. An evaluation form will be provided at the end of class as well as contact information for follow-up questions to the instructor.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL

TIME COMMITMENT:

5 Days (3 Days in class)

REGISTRATION AND COURSE SCHEDULE:

Tuesday, August 22 – Thursday, August 24; 9AM – 5PM

TUITION:

$1,900 (No cost to NWFMC members)

TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

10

LOCATION: 

UWF Pensacola

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

Project management is growing exponentially. It’s now used in virtually all industries, such as: construction, health care, government, education and engineering. Projects are how these organizations streamline to improve productivity. Expertise in project management is a source of security, prosperity and power to these survivors. To take the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification test, 35 contact hours of project management education are needed. These hours must include “content on project quality, scope, time, cost, human resources, communications, risk, procurement, and integration management.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

The Project Management program is designed for professionals seeking PMP certification or for other business professionals seeking to improve their professional repertoire with knowledge of project management.

CERTIFICATION INFORMATION:

There are no specific prerequisites for this course; however, if you plan to take the PMP Exam, you will need a Bachelor’s degree and 4,500 hours of project management experience in addition to this course, or a High School Diploma or GED and 7,500 hours of project management experience.

 

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