Date(s) - 03rd March 2020
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Are you looking to achieve a high quality product that is ‘right first time’ every time?
Join SWMAS for two productive and enjoyable days, which will include interactive learning, and lively simulations to demonstrate ways of identifying and removing problems to move towards 100% process capability…how good can you get??
If you are frustrated by quality issues with your company processes, this is the course for you!
Throughout two days of fully funded* support, you will explore the principles and tools used within a structured problem solving approach – something that many businesses find daunting.
SWMAS will offer practical, straightforward learning so you leave with the skills and understanding to:
- Improve your internal processes
- Improve quality
- Engage members of your team to ensure continuous improvement going forward
Take away practical and effective improvement methods that can be immediately applied within your business!
Day one – Tuesday 18th February 2020
An introduction to problem solving, exploring the following aspects:
- A structured approach
- Defined methodology – DMAIC (Define/Measure/Analyse/Improve/Control)
- Interactive simulation
Day two – Tuesday 3rd March 2020
Explore the root cause of problems and develop lasting solutions by understanding:
- Problem and root cause analysis
- How to implement effective solutions
- Controls and monitoring
Who delivers this programme?
Phil Halse, Manufacturing and Continuous Improvement Specialist @ SWMAS Ltd
Phil is an experienced chartered engineer, business manager and consultant across a diverse range of industry sectors. He also spent 20 years working for a large electronics and telecommunications manufacturer focused on business process re-engineering, IT, manufacturing, and supply chain on a global scale.
Phil is passionate about helping businesses to achieve their goals, and enjoys working with them to focus on transforming and growing their business whilst developing their people.
Book your place:
*This workshop is fully funded for eligible SME (small/medium enterprise) companies based in the South West (subject to completion of SME and De Minimis Declarations to confirm eligibility).
Places are limited to a maximum of two delegates per company, and are offered on a first come, first served basis – book today to avoid disappointment…