Six Sigma Fundamentals
Six Sigma Fundamentals is the first stage on your Six Sigma journey. Participants explore the well regarded DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control) philosophy, and the essentials of continuous improvement.
Contract - Law and Risk Management
Understanding the legal position and the most significant risks within a contract can help offset the exposure of an organisation to losses in people, time, money and reputation. This program reveals the most important aspects of the law as they relate to contracts as well as providing tools for identifying and classifying risks.
Internal and External Auditor Training
Whilst aimed at Auditors, this program provides the skills for anyone to assess the way they do business, evaluate whether it is working for them, and determine ways of doing it better. It provides the knowledge and competencies for internal and external auditors from 'what is an audit?' through to practical operational improvements as a direct consequence of the audit.
Business Process Improvement
Every manager and supervisor needs to be constantly looking for ways they can improve. Often, there is considerable scope for improvement in the processes that govern everyday work. This program will help you identify and implement those process improvements.
Lead Auditor Training
After attending Internal and External Auditor Training, this program will provide you with a higher level of skills to operate as a lead auditor within your organisation.
Contract - Planning and Procurement
This program examines the early stages of setting up a contract. It helps prepare participants for the phases of establishing, planning and procuring the necessary elements to increase the likelihood of the contract achieving its objectives.
Contract - Execution and Close-Out
This program gets to the heart of ensuring the contract delivers on the promise and any variations are tackled promptly and skilfully. It also takes participants through the process of closing-out a contract in a manner that is prudent and compliant.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
This program takes away the confusion of choosing between conflicting approaches by covering all the core business improvement methodologies. It provides, amongst others, the fundamentals of Lean, Six Sigma and business process management with the added key focus on which tool or methodology to apply to which business problem.
Project Management Fundamentals
If you are asking questions about 'how to manage a project successfully, best ways to manage a project or what tools can I use for project management', this program is your answer. Aimed at those who are new to project management, this Perth based short course is ideal as it will introduce you to the ten project management knowledge areas and the project lifecycle. With applications across all industries including construction, civil, safety, mining, food, Government and more, this training program is the perfect introduction to project management fundamentals on-site or in the office.
The Project Manager
This program extends the learning from the Applied Project Management program to dimensions of governance, cost control, variations and the performance of people on the project.
Process Mapping for Improvement
Process mapping knowledge and skills enable you to analyse and continuously improve the operations within your organisation. This program provides a snapshot of this valuable business improvement technique.
Explore the five principles of Lean which will help improve processes and operations through the reduction and elimination of waste within your organisation.
Applied Project Management
This program is a broad and deep exploration of the ten project management knowledge areas and covers essential tools and techniques that address all of the project life cycle, including dealing with risks, issues and changes. It will explain the work breakdown structure that enables the schedule, budget and human resources to be identified and tracked throughout the project.
Agile with Scrum Project Management
Agile is one of the most misunderstood approaches to project management. Far from being a loose, free-for-all, it is a disciplined approach to managing projects where the final end point is not known at the beginning.