Lifelong Education: UL committed to continuing professional development

The University of Limerick (UL) has long been recognised for its appetite and ability to deliver cutting-edge, innovative programmes that satisfy Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements.

26th January, 2014
Graduates of distance learning programmes run by ULearning with the Department of Design and Manufacturing Technology, University of Limerick. From left: Dr Ann Ledwith, director of Continuing and Professional Education; Declan Denny, graduate of specialist diploma in Lean Healthcare; Collette Kavanagh, graduate of specialist diploma in Six Sigma; Mark Hennessy, graduate of specialist diploma in Six Sigma; Kevin Baker, graduate of specialist diploma in Six Sigma; Anda Adascalitei, graduate of specialist diploma in Six Sigma; Dr Seamus Gordon, head of the Department of Design and Manufacturing Technology.

The University of Limerick (UL) has long been recognised for its appetite and ability to deliver cutting-edge, innovative programmes that satisfy Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements, while also addressing skill gaps in industry.

The university provides a range of flexible programmes that are accessible to both individuals and to companies.

Michael Hennessy, education programmes manager, is charged with collaborating with industry to design, accredit and deliver education programmes that address the 21st century skills needs...

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