Dr David Scrimshire commented: “back in 2005 I wanted to create a super-effective way in which to qualify Six Sigma Belts in as short a time as possible for the aerospace and defence sectors” and incorporate the tools and approaches of lean manufacturing. “So, I used the principles and practices of Accelerated Learning to devise a programme which could deliver the knowledge in a manner that would be easily to grasp by students and immediately put to work to the benefit of their organizations”.
Many SC21 signatories have used the Six Sigma Training Programme to address major projects identified in their CSIP. These 'break-through' dramatically upgrade the people skills and deliver substantial improvements in organization performance in the areas of quality and delivery.
TEC Transnational’s Lean Six Sigma Training Programme consists of 5 (five) 2-day training sessions following the D-M-A-I-C cycle - delivered on a monthly basis. Each session contains ‘homework’ sessions to ensure that the principles and practices are fully understood. In parallel, students undertake individual ‘break-through’ projects to ensure that their newly acquired skills are put to use immediately to the benefit of their organizations – “achieving excellence through accelerated learning”!
Each of the 2-day courses is highly interactive and uses worked examples and group exercises to illustrate the principles, methodologies and statistics involved. The course timings are -
The on-site programme can be delivered at any time. The next 'Public' programme commences in first quarter 2018.
The practical training is delivered as ‘group’ sessions scheduled over five to six months (2-days training per session) to maximize the benefits and minimize any disruption to routine work activities.
The improvement project activities commence after the Define step and serve to support and accelerate the progress of learning for the staff involved and maximize their organization’s return on its investment. Each training session has ‘homework’ exercises focused on the selected topics to be undertaken by participants that are submitted to TEC Transnational for assessment and individual feedback.
The course covers the following areas:
The individual ‘break-through’ projects are agreed with a senior member of the organization’s staff, which are documented in a Project Charter.
In-company courses may be organised at any time and are extremely cost-effective on a ‘cost-per-student’ basis. The host company is responsible for the venue costs.
We can accommodate up to 10 (maximum) delegates per session.Details/quote
Participants are typically Team Leaders, Continuous Improvement Champions and SC21 Change Agents. Some organization prefer to choose a group of 4 – 10 participants and have the courses delivered on site.
Every participant elects to undertake a major 'break-through' project which they work on over 3- to 6-month period. Consequently their newly acquired project management and continual improvement skills can be put to work immediately to the benefit of their organization.
TEC Transnational have chosen Minitab-18 as the preferred applications software for their Six Sigma Training Programme.
TEC Transnational’s 'Master Trainers' have extensive experience deploying Six Sigma in the aviation, defence, automotive, motorsport and rail sectors. We work with individual companies and supply chain groups.
Larger teams might benefit from our in-house courses. Fill out the form below and we will contact you with further details.