- Problem Solving Model
- Definition of a Problem
- Data Collection Methods
- Tools and Techniques for Problem Solving (1)
- Tools and Techniques for Problem Solving (2)
- Feedback Mechanisms
- Adjustment and Consolidation
Aim The aim of the course is to show how problems can be easily solved by harnessing the expertise and experience of the work force and by using a variety of tools and techniques.
Audience Anyone who will be directly involved in Continuous Improvement Programmes, individuals responsible for Quality Assurance, and Team Leaders/Participants in Improvement Teams.
Price Please Contact Us for details.
| ||Jack Dunn |
Jack Dunn - Director MSc, FIQA, AMIEE IRCA Registered Lead Auditor IQA Registered Senior Consultant
| ||Catherine Macneil |
West of Scotland Consultant/Marketing Executive