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NVQ Diploma in Business Improvements Techniques (Level 3)

Key course information

Engineering, Manufacturing and Civil Engineering

01/08/2019

1 year

Part time

3000.00

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Course Overview


This course is aimed at those who already hold a?Level 2 qualification in Business Improvement Techniques, or those that work in a role that requires them to?make?savings in efficiencies or improvement in quality.Such roles could involve ensuring part-machined or assembled products are delivered at the right time and place for further machining or assembly operations. Or monitoring quality in the manufacturing process by generating statistical and graphic data to measure and ensure continuous quality improvement.


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several students sat behind their computers (one has a laptop)
student sat down reading and scrolling through notes
lecturer stood at the front of the classroom

What will I learn?


Although this course will confirm the learners' current understanding of Business Improvement Techniques concepts, it will also challenge and stretch the learner where there are gaps in their knowledge. After acquiring this missing theory,?learners will then?need to prove that they can apply this by leading on efficiency or quality improvement at their place of work.

Entry Requirements


Applicants?must be in full time employment?and working in a role with the appropriate level of authority to carry out Business Improvement Techniques research and?application projects.

Study, Assessment and Qualifications


The course will be delivered at the learner's place of work, with the College Assessor visiting?every six to eight weeks.

After a period of consultation during which suitable projects will be identified, the Assessor will then work with you to create, and thereafter continue to build, a portfolio of diverse evidence that proves your understanding of the theory and application through a number of projects lead by the learner.

Additional Costs and Information


There are no additional costs for this course.

What Could I Do Next?

On completion of your course you may choose to progress onto these following courses

Engineering, Manufacturing and Civil Engineering


Career Opportunities

  • Project Engineer
  • Electronics Engineer
  • CAD Operator

  • CNC Machinist
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Renewables Engineer

108,000 engineering apprenticeships were started in 2018, the highest number in 10 years

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