Business Improvement Techniques QCF Level 3

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Business Improvement Techniques QCF Level 3

Course Overview: 

This course is suitable for those employed as supervisors, team leaders or facilitators responsible for carrying out business improvement activities in a  manufacturing and engineering environments, though suitable for a variety of industries, or anyone responsible for contributing to quality and process improvements in the workplace.
Learners who wish to progress from EAL Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Business-Improvement Techniques.

Entry Requirements: 

Learners must be 16 or over and employed in an engineering/manufacturing environment.

Course Delivery: 

Assessment will be carried out in the workplace (unless otherwise specified) via observation and the collation of evidence in a portfolio.

Additional Information: 

• Encourages practices that can maximise profit by eliminating waste, improving workflow and reducing cost and variation.
 
• Recognises competence in contributing to quality and process
improvements in the workplace and also complements existing skills and qualifications. 
 
The qualification comprises of two pathways – Process Improvement or Quality Improvement. From their chosen pathway, the learner is required to complete all five mandatory assessment routes, plus the required number of optional assessment route(s), where one of these could come from either pathway

Contact: 

01792 284400


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