KEEPING THE COGS TURNING

If the current situation is disrupting your workflow with staff self-isolating or production lines halted, there are ways to keep adding value to your manufacturing business.

 

Workforce development increases the skills and knowledge that your team can apply to processes. These don't have to be huge interventions, every small improvement can drive positive change.

 

Practical safety training is always a good idea, with health & safety or first aid training available at different levels depending on the responsibilities of each employee. ELearning is a great way to develop the knowledge needed before taking practical tests or assessments in the workplace.

 

Lean Organisational Management at level 2 is a great course for introducing Kaizen and other theories. This distance learning course can be completed online and is fully funded for many people (please contact CQM Learning on 0114 281 5761 or info@cqmlearning.co.uk to see if funding is available for your team).

 

 

 

Our top five short courses for manufacturing businesses

 

  1. Health & Safety - wide range of courses available
  2. Emergency First Aid at Work eLearning - knowledge to prepare for test £15 per person
  3. Lean Organisational Management - distance learning, fully funded for many people
  4. Manual handling eLearning - from £10 per person
  5. Storage & Warehousing - eLearning knowledge for level 2 £80 per person