This month we as a nation celebrate Black History Month. In the USA, Black History Month has been celebrated every February since 1970, it was not officially celebrated in the UK until 1987 when Akyaaba Addai-Sebo, the activist, organized it. At that time, he was the coordinator for special projects for the Greater London Council….Read More
Improvement Practitioner L4
- Qualification Type: Apprenticeship
- Level: 4
- Course Duration: 14 Months
- Course Value: £6000
Improvement Practitioners can be found across all sectors and functions within organisations. They’re usually responsible for leading smaller projects or play a key support role in larger projects and programmes.
They tackle issues that require swift problem solving or re-occurring challenges that require in-depth analysis.
Improvement Practitioners use a blend of Lean and Six Sigma, project and change management principles and tools to identify and lead the delivery of change across organisational functions and processes.
Small, Medium Employer (under £3m annual payroll)
- £30.00 per learner per month (5% employer contribution *10 months = £300) + VAT
Levy Employer (over £3m annual payroll)
- On Programme: £342.86 per learner per month * 14 months = £4,800 (80%)
- End Point Assessment: £1,200 (20%)
- Total Cost = £6,000
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Around 7.6 million jobs, or 24% of the UK workforce, are at the risk because of Covid-19 related lockdowns. People and places with the lowest incomes are the most vulnerable. The effects of Covid-19 have seen a huge impact on economies around the world. It was 23rd March 2020, that the UK went into a nationwide lockdown, to control the pandemic. This seems…Read More