Business Improvement Apprenticeships
Funded Lean Six Sigma training for all businesses
Increase productivity and streamline efficiency in your business with Business Improvement Apprenticeship training
Our trainers work closely with your organisation to identify gaps in efficiency. This enables the training to be tailored to align with the specific business needs and goals.
Business Improvement Apprenticeships teach a philosophy of continuous improvement that will implement change across the whole organisation. Lean and Six Sigma tools and techniques are taught identify and eliminate non-value added wastes to effectively optimise business productivity and increase profits.
All of the courses below are fully funded through the Apprenticeship Levy
Lean Manufacturing Operative
Level 2 – This qualification blends lean continuous improvement principles with good manufacturing practices that are required for fostering the appropriate combinations of skill, knowledge and behaviour.
Level 3 (Yellow Belt) – Improvement Technicians are responsible for the delivery and coaching of improvement activity within their area of responsibility.
Level 4 (Green Belt) – Improvement Practitioners project and change management principles using a blend of tools to identify and lead the delivery of change across organisational functions and processes.
Level 5 (Black Belt) – Improvement Specialists are responsible for leading the deployment of improvement strategy and for training others. They’re also responsible for providing deep technical expertise in advanced Lean Six Sigma, Project and Change Management principles and tools.
Level 6 (Master Black Belt) – Improvement Leaders have high-level expertise in Lean Six Sigma, Project and Change management and are recognised as the specialists in leading improvement strategy.
Our Improvement Apprenticeships from Level 3 Improvement Technician. to Level 6 Improvement Leader, can be delivered to smaller cohorts and individuals via our Open Programmes. Find out more here.
Identify Your Gaps
Discover Your Starting Point in your organisation
Take this lean assessment and identify where your current starting point should be.