Led by leadership and industry experts Dr David Paulson from the William J Clinton Leadership Institute and William Ussher from the Centre for Competitiveness, the new programme aims to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence of those working in manufacturing.
Designed for those working on the production front lines the course will help to maximise opportunities for sustainable growth of the sector across Northern Ireland.
‘We are proud to launch the new Advanced Manufacturing executive education programme, that aims to equip supervisors and team leaders for future leadership roles in the face of digital disruption and transformation. By synergizing academic research and rigor with practical expertise, the programme is designed and delivered in partnership with the Centre for Competitiveness (C4C) to advance Northern Ireland’s competitive edge locally and internationally’ explained Laith Dajani, Executive Director.
Sponsored by the Department for the Economy NI (DfE) with support from the Queen’s University Belfast Bright Minds initiative, the oversubscribed programme will run over a five-month period and has already welcomed its first cohort of students, with a second cohort in September 2022.
Read more and apply for the next cohort in September ⇩