YUDE to open 2nd batch of two fully online certificate courses

The Yangon University of Distance Education will open the second batch of two online certificate courses from its Chemistry Department and led by the Human Resource Development Department in February, 2021.
The YUDE has invited applications for the two courses: Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Water and Sanitation for Occupational Purpose (WSOP). Instructions are available in Myanmar and English languages online via a web-based teaching system. Both courses will be 3-months long.
“These courses are the second batch, and there is no age limit for the students,” said Dr Thazin Lwin, Head of the Chemistry Department of YUDE, “the courses with online assignments and feedback system are open to students who have taken the matriculation exams, graduated civil servants, and the company or civil society organization members who can take them from any region or workplace they are located.”
The two courses are scheduled to launch on 18 February, and each course will accept 120 students.
Registering for the courses are available at www.udechem.edu.mm starting from 7 January.
Students will receive their username and password after successful payments and the courses will begin on 18 February.
Classes will be held 3 hours per week, and certificates of completion can be sent online or by mail.
Course graduates will be able to work in any manufacturing industry systematically and safely and have higher chances of being employed by factories and workshops.
GMP Course is divided into three modules: Introduction to Good Manufacturing Practice, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) and Good Manufacturing Practice in Food Production.
The Water and Sanitation for Occupational Purpose (WSOP) course aims to impart appropriate skills to maintain water resources, build the resilient human resource, and conserve the natural environment.
WSOP course is divided into three modules, namely Water on the Earth, Sanitation and WASH Programme and WASH Management for Occupational Purpose.
In addition to providing skills related to water resource research and environmental conservation, the courses will also increase employment opportunities.—GNLM

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