Improvement Practitioners use a blend of Lean and Six Sigma, project and change management principles and tools to identify and lead the delivery of change across organisational functions and processes. Improvement Practitioners can be found across all sectors and functions including automotive, banking, engineering, food products, IT, property, retail, telecoms etc.
Typically, Practitioners lead smaller projects and/or play a key supporting role in a larger programme – tackling issues that may require swift problem solving, or re-occurring challenges that require in-depth analysis and the implementation of a range of effective and sustainable countermeasures. They are the focal point for all stakeholders and responsible for communication throughout a project. Typical activities include:
There are a variety of job titles associated with the occupation, these include, but are not limited to: Business Improvement Practitioner, Continuous Improvement Manager, Process Excellence Manager, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and Quality Control Senior Analyst.
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Improvement Practitioners have the knowledge and understanding of:
Improvement Practitioners have the skills to:
Improvement Practitioners demonstrate the following behaviours:
On successful completion, you will achieve a Level 4 Improvement Practitioner Apprenticeship.
You must have a GCSE grade A*-C or 4-9 in GCSE maths and English.
This apprenticeship is delivered remotely with visits to workplace locations.
There is no fee for the learner. For information on costs to the employer, please contact us.
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