Dick Delaney, a Fellow of the Academy of Biomedical Science, started his career in Clinical Chemistry working in a number of hospitals in Ireland before being seconded to the World Health Organization in Africa. In 1980 he moved to Galway Mayo Institute of Technology as lecturer and course co-ordinator in Medical Laboratory Science. In 1992 Dick completed an MSc in Applied Statistics and has since been involved in lecturing on the statistical aspects of Quality Management to Diploma and Degree students. Through links with the pharmaceutical and medical device industry he has been responsible for a number of projects in process control and improvement, uncertainty estimation and SPC training. One of Dick’s main strengths is his ability to explain complex statistical concepts in simple everyday language. He believes in keeping the theory to a minimum, the emphasis being on practical applications using statistical software.
Dick has extensive experience in the quality tools involved in problem solving and working in teams to resolve.
I believe in making training days interesting, enjoyable and of course grounded in practical application: even courses in statistics!
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