CQI Diploma in Quality Management
Not only can we provide the most effective training and education for your people, you can also get a measurable positive and immediate impact on your investment.Typically in order for the student to make the intellectual link between theory and its application the application to the world of work, students are encouraged to select a work related problem that may be solved using the methods taught in the Unit. The syllabus for the Unit – ‘Using quality to improve business performance’ requires the student to learn and understand the principles behind the commonly used structured approaches. These include Root Cause Analysis, 8D and Six Sigma. These approaches have been developed by some of Quality’s best theorists and have real business wide relevance. Using the problem solving road maps selected for that year by the chief examiner, the student will learn the relevant problem solving tools and apply them to the project. Typically this will be as follows:
The student would be expected to write this up in the form of a report which is then examined by the service provider in the first instance and then by the CQI Chief Moderator. If there are several students in the same organisation it is perfectly reasonable that they might work on joint projects provided that they write them up separately. DHI can assist with the project but due to CQI regulations can only advise once on the structure of the report. However U505 provides students with the range of skills to complete their first business improvement project, and set them up for ongoing business improvement. Following the course DHI can still provide support for further projects if required.
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