Course content: improve and innovate
The main theme of Project Eden is to develop your technical expertise and operational management skills. All on-the-job training is project-based development activity that focuses on improving performance.
Here’s what to expect at Reaseheath:
Modules are delivered over two, six-week blocks, and include food and dairy safety, dairy workplace practices, and dairy chemistry and microbiology. These are vital in producing Dairy Technologists who can develop innovative techniques for the dairy industry of the future.
Modules are delivered over two, nine-week blocks and concentrate on the theory and practice of dairy products such as liquid milk, cheese, yogurt and butter.
Expect to gain a firm grasp of production processes through extensive practical work, and to be introduced to project management to prepare for your final year.
Modules are delivered over two, six-week blocks and puts your learning into practice through major project work. There’s less emphasis on formal teaching and more supported learning on your project topic. You focus on resolving issues related to your particular workplace, giving you experience that you can apply directly to Müller Wiseman Dairies.
The table below outlines Project Eden’s course content. All weeks start on Monday morning and finish on Friday afternoon.
2 x 6 weeks
2 x 9 weeks
2 x 6 weeks
|Term 1||Term 2||Term 3||Term 4||Term 5||Term 6|
|Food and dairy safety (I)||Food and dairy safety (II)||Milk
|Supply Chain (I)||Supply Chain (II)|
|Quality Assurance||Milk Chemistry||Fermented Products (I)||Fermented Products (II)||Environmental Awareness (I)||Environmental Awareness (II)|
|Milk and Dairy Derivatives as raw materials||Milk Microbiology||Butter and Milk Fat Tech (I)||Butter and Milk Fat Tech (II)||Financial Management (I)||Financial Management (II)|
|Continuous Improvement (II)||Continuous Improvement (III)||Continuous Improvement (IV)||Plant Automation|
|Dairy Workplace Practices (I)||Dairy Workplace Practices (II)||Chemical and
|Project Delivery (II)|