Unemployed active workers, mainly in the plastics-chemical sector.
– Mr. Enrique Añó: PhD in Chemical Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Valencia. He is responsible for the Sustainable Processes and Products Area (Industrial Environment) of the Territorial Development Unit of AIJU. It has more than 20 years of experience advising companies in the toy sector and the industrial fabric of the area in environmental management (technical and legal advice, implementation of management systems, systems integration, internal audits…). He has been qualified since 2005 by AENOR as a lead auditor in environmental management systems according to UNE-EN ISO 14001. It has carried out the management and technical execution of more than 30 regional, national and international R&D&I projects within different lines of work: Circular Economy, implementation of Best Available Techniques (BAT’s) in the sector (waste, wastewater…), adaptation of the sector to emerging environmental legislation, LCA and eco-design of products. It also regularly carries out training, awareness and sensitization activities within the sector through lectures, courses and participation in congresses.
– Mrs. Erika de Oliveira Jardim. PhD in Materials Science, University of Alicante (2012). She works as Project Manager in the Sustainable Processes and Products Area (Industrial Environment) of the Territorial Development Unit of AIJU. He has extensive experience in management and technical execution in more than 30 regional, national and international R&D&I projects within different lines of work: Circular Economy, Fuel Cells, Hydrogen, Materials, Sustainable Technologies, 3D Printing, CH4 and CO2 Capture and Storage. The work carried out has led to more than 45 scientific publications in high impact journals, more than 60 national and international conferences, the filing of two patents, and two six-year research periods (AVAP). Regarding teaching, E.O. Jardim is accredited as Assistant Professor Doctor by AVAP (AVAP16/AD/2/72674/A) and accredited by the English Teaching Qualification (UA). He has experience in teaching, both at the university level and in secondary school and training, in addition to giving lectures, courses and conferences.
– Interpret quality control plans, applying criteria to organize and supervise laboratory activities, including key aspects in Standard Operating Procedures.
– Assess the need to use Good Laboratory Practices or other established quality systems by applying them in the form of instructions for laboratory tasks.
1. Implementation of a Quality System in a laboratory.
– Elaboration of a standardized work procedure, according to the protocols of a given study.
– Quality assurance. Standard operating procedures. Standards and Standardization. Certification and Accreditation.
– Techniques and methods of evaluation of laboratory work.
– Process concept and process maps
– Diagrams of work processes.
2. Quality assurance in the laboratory.
– Basic quality principles. Quality in the laboratory. Quality control. Total quality. Laboratory quality manuals and systems (ISO 9000, ISO 17025, GLP, etc.).
– Handling quality manuals and recognizing standard operating procedures.
3. Application of statistical and documentary techniques for the analysis, control and quality of products in the laboratory.
– Documentation and communication techniques.
– Reporting techniques
– Reference materials.
– Calibration. Concepts on instrument calibration (balance, pH meter, atomic absorption, pipettes, etc.).
– Calibrate equipment and evaluate calibration certificates
– Control of inspection, measuring and testing equipment
– Significance testing. Evaluation of the regression line: residuals and confidence bands.
– Perform significance testing and construct a regression line.
– Control charts by variables and attributes. Interpretation of control charts.
4. Organization of the work according to the available means and resources, following criteria of quality, economic profitability and safety.
– Human and labor relations: Written and verbal communication techniques. Communication with customers. Effective time management. Operation of work teams. Meeting dynamics.
FREE. The training is completely free of charge as it is financed by LABORA. The Training Plan is aimed primarily at employed workers -preferably in the plastics/chemical sector- (working professionals who are registered on the first day of the course in the general Social Security system or as self-employed). Unemployed persons may also participate.
Academic entrance requirements for students
REQUIREMENTS FOR ACCESS CP LEVEL 3 (Article 20, Royal Decree 34/2008, of January 18, which regulates the certificates of professionalism)
a) Hold a baccalaureate degree.
b) To be in possession of a certificate of professionalism of the same level of the training module or modules and/or of the certificate of professionalism to which the applicant wishes to gain access.
c) To be in possession of a level 2 certificate of professionalism of the same family and professional area.
d) Fulfill the academic requirement for access to higher level training cycles, or have passed the corresponding entrance exams regulated by the educational administrations.
e) To have passed the university entrance exam for those over 25 and/or 45 years of age.
f) To have the necessary key competences, in accordance with Annex IV of this Royal Decree, to successfully complete the training corresponding to the certificate of professionalism.