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Qualitrain Joins Prestige Training Consortium as Business Improvement Specialists

Qualitrain is delighted to have joined forces with the United Centre of Excellence (UCE) consortium.

Based on its first class track record in the delivery of Lean manufacturing programmes, including thousands of Business Improvement Techniques apprenticeships within the Rail, Automotive, Aerospace and Manufacturing sectors, Qualitrain has now been selected to join the UCE consortium of leading business improvement specialists.

The UCE consortium, whose customer base includes the likes of Bombardier, Toyota, Rolls-Royce and British Aerospace aims to lead the way in Lean Six Sigma provision and accreditation in the UK by uniting the individual strengths of a number of key providers.

“From the very outset,” said Qualitrain MD Richard Bates, “it was always Qualitrain’s avowed mission to make available the skills, knowledge and practices that give British businesses the chance to succeed in an increasingly global marketplace. We have already helped many businesses, large and small, to make vital gains in performance, but this new association with UCE will allow us and our partners to do so much more.

Any organisation which wants to deploy the very best in Lean Six Sigma training, and prefers to work with training partners who can offer real, hands-on experience and a proven track record of success, will now have straight-forward access to the best there is.”

If you are interested in how Lean Six Sigma training can improve productivity in your business, take a look at our selection of Business Improvement Apprenticeships. Each Apprenticeship is a recognised qualification that uses tools and techniques to eliminate waste within your business processes and increase efficiency and profits. These skills can be applied to any area of the business, not just manufacturing.

If you’re looking for a more bespoke service to improve and stabilise your business, please get in touch for exclusive expert advice and guidance – we are here to help.