Medical Device Manufacturing Processes

The Medical Device Manufacturing Processes program is eligible for Learn & Work funding to cover the cost of tuition. Utah residency is required.

The Medical Device Manufacturing: Processes and Practices certificate program includes a series of courses addressing the competencies outlined by the medical device industry and covers basic core knowledge and skills required for entry-level positions. Each course content aligns with national industry-recognized standards. A core knowledge and skills certificate will be awarded upon the successful completion. This training is appropriate for those new to the industry, transitioning from a related discipline or professionals wanting refresher courses.

Occupation

Salary / Monthly Openings

Entry-Level Wages: $15.54 | Median Wages: $24.00
Openings: 109
Entry-Level Wages: $11.74 | Median Wages: $19.49
Openings: 59

Certification

  • 4 courses
  • 16 weeks
  • $1,596

Individual Classes

Title Time Commitment Investment
Introduction to Medical Device Industry 6 Weeks | 1 day a week $399
Basic Manufacturing Skills 7 Weeks |1 day a week $399
Intro to FDA Regulations 7 Weeks |1 day a week $399
Intro to Quality Systems 8 Weeks |1 day a week $399
Intro to Quality Control ONLINE 8 Weeks $399
QA Auditing Concepts 8 Weeks |1 day a week $299

Benefits

Certificate program, core knowledge of regulatory and quality systems

Complete the certificate in 16 weeks

Over 100 Medical Device companies in greater Salt Lake area

Excellent career path

FAQ

* Does this program offer a certificate?

- Yes. You can earn the certificate in 16 short weeks

* Is there a credit pathway for this program?

- These courses are not-for-credit; however, there is a pathway that can lead to credit. After completion of both WTMD 0910 and WTMD 0920, students can apply for credit in SLCC BTEC 1025 (3 credits). After completion of both WTMD 0930 and 0940, students can apply for credit for SLCC BTEC 2035 (2 credits).

* Do I need to apply for admission to SLCC to register for this program?

- No

* What job will I be prepared following this training?

- These foundational courses provide the basic knowledge and skills required for individuals to gain entry-level positions in the medical device industry such as Quality Inspector, Quality Assurance Technician or Quality Control Techncian.

Funding

100% funding available through Learn & Work

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Contact

Kay Carter | 801-957-5373 | kay.carter@slcc.edu