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Introduction to quality management systems (QMS)
Topic area: (Self-) management
Format: Online or in-house workshop
Workload: 3 webinars of 1.5 h each = 1 workshop day
Trainer: Lisa Steinauser
Target group: MSc and PhD students, postdocs
In many companies, quality management knowledge is expected of graduates from the life sciences, but is rarely taught at universities. For this reason, this course offers an initial overview of the various quality management systems (QMS) and the associated processes in industry. The aim is to understand the requirements and keywords in job advertisements and to be able to better assess possible future professional fields.
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