Continuous Improvement For Teams

Give your teams the skills and knowledge to safely and wisely apply continuous improvement concepts in your company

At A Glance

New Zealand Certificate in Competitive Systems and Practices

Unit Standard: N/A

Level 3 | Credits 40

6 months | 6 workshops

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Continuous Improvement For Front Line Staff

On completion of this course your front line staff will be able to put in place Continuous Improvement principles leading to improved performance for the business.

Course participants will be introduced to:

  • Value Add versus Waste
  • 5S Principles
  • Quick change
  • Standardisation
  • Mistake proofing
  • Problem Solving and Root Cause Analysis
  • Process mapping
  • Cost of quality

The qualification linked to this continuous improvement programme is the NZ Certificate in Systems and Practices Level 3.

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Continuous Improvement For Teams

This Level 3 certificate qualification equips your team with sound knowledge to help your workplace implement a continuous improvement strategy.

In this training course your people will gain the knowledge to describe a large range of systems and practice concepts and approaches so they can help you and your teams improve performance.

This qualification is the start of the Continuous Improvement pathway and moves your workers along the path and practice of looking for workplace improvements on a daily basis.

  • Identify waste within a process and take action to minimise it
  • Funnel-dollar Identify cost factors within own control and take action to improve cost efficiency
  • User-check Apply CI concepts to improvements in own work
  • Code-branch Understand and address the impact of change resulting from implementing CI in your own work
  • Cogs Sustain implemented CI improvements

Entry Criteria

To be eligible to enrol in this programme you must meet the following entry criteria.

  • Be aged over 16 years old.
  • Be a Citizen or Resident of Australia or New Zealand.
  • Open entry. There may be availability to train through your ITO (Industry Training Organisation). BMINZ will work with you to ascertain if you are eligible for a training subsidy through your ITO.