The following short courses are currently available from the CfPED:
Date/Time Event 17 September 2018 - 21 September 2018 MSc Lean Enterprise - Foundations, Standardization & Disruption (5 day short course) 18 September 2018 - 19 September 2018
08:30 - 17:00
How to Train & Sustain using TWI (Training within Industry) in your Organisation
For more information about our Centre for Professional & Executive Development, please get in touch.
Buckingham Lean Enterprise Unit (BLEU)
Since the publication in 1996 of Lean Thinking (Womack and Jones), ‘Lean’ has established itself as the most effective and most widely adopted improvement methodology for operations in the world. With roots in the Toyota Production System and in earlier approaches, Lean has expanded vertically into accounting, marketing, HR, IT, design and R&D, and logistics, and horizontally into service, health, government, and banking. Lean is now integrated with other effective approaches including Systems Thinking and Six Sigma.
‘Lean’ is all about creating more value for customers using fewer resources. Our short courses and workshops are led by experts in the field and are a must for anyone who is interested in improving their effectiveness.
Centre for Automotive Management (CAM)
A three day course A Comprehensive Introduction to the Global Automotive Industry provides a highly practical insight into the entire structure of the global automotive industry. This programme explains how the industry works today and how we can help to develop a sustainable industry for future generations.
This course is best suited to individuals and organisations looking to gain a broad contextual view of the automotive industry.
A series of dates are available to individuals or small groups from organisations. We are happy to run specific in house for organisations as required.
|17 September 2018 - 21 September 2018||MSc Lean Enterprise - Foundations, Standardization & Disruption (5 day short course)|
|18 September 2018 - 19 September 2018|
08:30 - 17:00
|How to Train & Sustain using TWI (Training within Industry) in your Organisation|