Typically, Improvement Practitioners lead smaller projects or can play a key supporting role in a larger programme. They tackle issues that may require swift problem solving or re-occurring challenges that require in-depth analysis and the implementation of a range of effective and sustainable countermeasures. They are the focal point for all stakeholders and responsible for communication throughout a project.
“The leading foundation qualification for Lean Six Sigma in any industrial sector today”
Improvement Practitioners are found in all industry sectors and functions including Automotive, Pharmaceutical, Telecommunication, Retail, Finance, Food, Drink, Travel and Leisure.
There are a wide range of job titles associated with the occupation, these could include: Business Improvement Practitioner, Continuous Improvement Manager, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and Quality Control Senior Analyst.
Drive for Results:
Continuous drive for change and encourages others to deliver results across functional areas capturing and standardising best practice.
Awareness of own and others working styles. Creates high performing team.
Promotes a moral, legal and socially appropriate working manner, aligns behaviours to the organisation’s values. Maintains flexibility to needs of project.
Proactively seeks and acts on feedback. Reflects on performance and has a desire for development. Adapts quickly to working with new situations/ stakeholders/ challenges.
Ensures safety of self and others, speaks out to challenge safety issues.
Typically, this apprenticeship will take 14-18 months.
More information about the Core Knowledge, Skills and behaviours, and the entry requirements can be found here.