The University of Sierra Leone, in collaboration with the Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM), is set to launch a two-week short course aimed at enhancing the quality management system in Sierra Leone.

Hosted by the Short Course and Consultancy Unit, this program targets professionals seeking expertise in ISO9001, an internationally recognized standard for quality management systems.

The course promises to equip participants with comprehensive skills to comprehend, implement, audit, and efficiently manage quality systems in their respective workplaces, aligning with ISO9001 standards. Enriched with practical insights and real-world industry examples, the curriculum ensures thorough grounding in both theory and application.

In a strategic partnership, the University of West of Scotland, renowned for its global excellence in quality management system standards, collaborates in delivering this course, assuring participants of top-notch training.

Scheduled to commence on Tuesday, 11th June 2024, and spanning through Thursday, 20th June 2024, the sessions will be held at the IPAM Campus, A.J. Momoh Street, Tower Hill, Freetown, from 10:00am to 4:00pm daily.

The significance of this training extends to institutions, organizations, and companies, as it cultivates certified quality management systems coordinators. These professionals drive operational consistency, optimize process inputs and outputs, foster a culture of quality, bolster competitive advantage, and elevate customer satisfaction.

Interested parties are encouraged to enroll their staff in this transformative program. The course fee stands at Eight Thousand Leones (NLe8,000) for the entire duration.

For further details, including the application process and course specifics, refer to the attached flyer and application form.

Embrace this opportunity to contribute to the advancement of Sierra Leone’s development through enhanced quality management practices.