Vocational Graduate Certificate in Competitive Manufacturing
This qualification provides professional development training and recognition to people exercising leadership or change management functions in an organisation using lean principles and other competitive manufacturing processes.
Job roles/employment outcomes
The Vocational Graduate Certificate in Competitive Manufacturing provides professional development for individuals who already have some previous training or work experience in competitive manufacturing systems and processes at AQF III or higher.
This qualification applies to team leaders, supervisors, managers and technical experts responsible for implementing competitive manufacturing practices in a manufacturing enterprise or working in part of a value chain linked to a manufacturing enterprise.
Pathways into the qualification
Entrants to the Vocational Graduate Certificate in Competitive Manufacturing are required to have one or more of the following:
a relevant Advanced Diploma or Diploma, or a relevant Certificate IV or Certificate III together with significant relevant vocational practice
relevant extensive vocational practice without formal qualifications
a Bachelor Degree
another higher education qualification, with relevant vocational practice.
A relevant qualification that would support entry to this Vocational Graduate Certificate should include aspects of manufacturing processes such as productivity measurement, efficiency and effectiveness.
For the purposes of this qualification the term 'vocational practice' is defined as experience with competitive processes, systems or tools in a manufacturing organisation or in an organisation that has applied similar systems and tools as a member of a manufacturing value chain.
Pathways from the qualification
Further training pathways from this qualification includes MSA81109 Vocational Graduate Diploma of Competitive Manufacturing.
There are no licensing implications for this qualification.