Level 3 NVQ in Business Improvement Techniques (BIT)

By: Business Impact UK Ltd  19/04/2011
Keywords: business, manufacturing, Continuous Improvement

Following on from Level 2, this Business Improvement Techniques qualification at Level 3 is designed for employees that have an important role to play within the business. The qualification enables those individuals to develop the skills they need to be able to act as continuous improvement facilitators / lean champions within the organisation and lead improvement projects. Programme: The training is followed by three facilitated improvement projects where the learner utilises the tools and techniques they have learned. Units: The qualification includes training in the following areas; Leading Effective Teams, Applying Problem Solving Techniques and Creating & Maintaining Standard Operating Procedures plus an additional unit from; Flow Process Analysis, SMED (a waste reduction tool to assist rapid changeover) and TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) Target: Managers, Team Leaders, Supervisors, Lean Champions, Change Agents Benefits: • Reduce costs, variation and waste • Improve business performance • Maximise profits and revenue • Helps reduce workplace accidents • Achieve results with minimal disruption to operations • Improved staff morale • Nationally recognised Qualification *16-18 Fully funded, 19+ Co funded Get Trained, Get Paid, Get Qualified!

Keywords: business, Business Improvement Techniques, Continuous Improvement, manufacturing

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