Continued success of the Business Improvement Techniques Qualification


Continued success of the Business Improvement Techniques Qualification

The growth of the Business Improvement Techniques continues to excel expectations with companies undergoing training such as Tata Steel Port Talbot and Newport, BSC, Macmillans, Sony Pencoed, AAH Pharmaceutical and, recently, Dunbia at Llanybydda and Felinfach sites.

Tata Steel has just started Business Improvement Frameworks at its Newport plant with Dunbia starting Level 2 NVQs for their Senior Management teams.

The training has been developed to tailor to the specific individual needs of the companies taking part. It has been delivered through workshops in the workplace with observations carried out by our trained assessors to minimise disruption to production.

The success of the program has meant that John Hindley and Rebecca Spruce are going to one of the most prestigious Universities, Al Alzar in Egypt, to deliver a tailor made two-day course on Project Management and the BIT’s Program.

The Business Improvement Team has grown to accommodate the increased demand of companies now taking part.

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“The Regional Training Agency seeks to provide relevant, practical and professional high quality training for support staff in schools.  Working in association with GCS Training has meant we’ve been able to offer hands-on training in the workshop, for site staff wishing to improve their practical skills.  The facilities and training were excellent, and received outstanding evaluations from our delegates.  We’re thrilled with the result and look forward to working with GCS Training at Gower College Swansea again in the future. ”
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