The ASQ’s certifications recognise the capabilities and knowledge of employees from a broad range of industries. Whether you work in manufacturing, healthcare, banking or business, gaining an ASQ certification will help you to demonstrate your experience, your body of knowledge and your understanding of industry regulations.
Why study an ASQ course?
There are several benefits to studying an ASQ course.
- It will boost your earning potential and your employability because ASQ certifications are recognised as a guarantee of quality and excellence in 130 countries.
- There’s plenty of flexibility, as you can choose to study in a classroom or online. Certification exams are completed via computer and candidates can choose from 8000 testing locations.
- You’ll become an ASQ member, which will enable you to build connections, access resources, increase your body of knowledge and take part in professional development opportunities. Members of the ASQ also have the opportunity to join local communities, online communities and quality communities related to particular industries.
The ASQ also offers instructor-led courses that use teleconferencing technology, webinars and internet-based learning environments to create an online classroom experience. This enables students to interact with each other and their instructor.
What jobs can I do?
- Project Manager
- Validation Engineer
- Six Sigma Master Black Belt
- Software Quality Engineer
- Manager of Quality
- Quality Engineer
- Biomedical Auditor
- Pharmaceutical GMP Auditor
- Supplier Quality Engineer
What courses does the ASQ offer?
The ASQ offers 18 certifications with a variety of entry requirements. Some courses don’t require any previous experience, while others require several years of related work experience and experience in a decision-making post. However, if you have a degree, part of the required experience is often waived. For example:
- To become a certified calibration technician you’ll need five years of related work experience. With a degree, this requirement drops to three years.
- To become a certified biomedical auditor you’ll need five years of work experience plus one year in a decision-making post. With a degree, the work experience requirement drops to three years.
- To become a certified quality engineer you’ll need 8 years of work experience including three years in a decision-making post. With a degree, the required work experience drops to 4 years.
Some ASQ-accredited courses you may benefit from doing are:
- Become a Project Manager course
- Business Analysis Foundation & Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course
- Business Improvement Consultant Training Package course
- Lean Six Sigma Green Belt & Black Belt (AgilePM Foundation) course
- Lean Six Sigma Green Belt & Black Belt (PRINCE2 Foundation) course
- Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course
- Programme Management Training Course Bundle
- Project Management Starter Pack course