Online Certificate

Quality Assurance Technician

When products like cell phones, computers or automobiles leave the factory, it's the quality assurance technician who makes sure they work. Also known as inspectors or testers, quality assurance technicians work on a wide range of challenging projects across multiple industries. Critical to the success of any product development team, they make a difference. Quality assurance technicians reduce the cost of production, decrease maintenance expenses, and increase customer safety and satisfaction.

This Program Is a Great Fit For

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Working Adults

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Aspiring Advanced Manufacturing Professionals

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Recent high school graduates

About the Quality Assurance Technician Certificate

Course length

10 weeks

Weekly time commitment

20 hours

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Regional Data (North Carolina)

Manufacturers in North Carolina account for 17.09% of the total output in the state, employing 10.36% of the workforce. Total output from manufacturing was $102.34 billion in 2021.

Source: National Association of Manufacturers


Career Paths 


Quality Assurance Technician


Quality Control Technician


Quality Inspector


Quality Auditor


Manufacturing Technician


Process Technician


Calibration Technician


Materials Testing Technician


Supplier Quality Technician


Documentation Specialist

How Much Does a Quality Assurance Technician Certificate Cost?

We believe everyone should have access to higher education. With the option to pay in full, break down payments or utilize government grant funding, we help expand that access. Speak with an enrollment advisor to see what payment option you may qualify for.

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Payment begins 30 days after your course start date.

*This advertised payment is for qualified applicants who choose the 18-month financing option. Other payment options available. Minimum deposit of $200 required to enroll.