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Qualification name Non regulated provision, Level 4, Engineering
Qualification level 4
Awarding organisation Generic award - no awarding body
Location
West Midlands
  • Warwickshire
Course type Work based
Course start date Flexible
Cost £6,000.00
Cost description Price includes End Point Assessment. The government will provide 95% funding for non levy (less than 3 million pay bill) paying employers

Discover the learning experience and opportunities you can expect from this course.

This modular programme combines classroom training with coaching and workshops linked to practical improvement projects and activities. Apprentices will develop a comprehensive range of competencies in Lean, Six Sigma and the business and team skills required to become an effective Business Improvement Practitioner. The programme is facilitated by our expert trainers with vast experience in supporting teams through high performance and results focused programmes. Extensive reference materials, tools and templates are provide and help to drive consistency in continuous improvement applications across the wider organisation. Regular coaching sessions ensure that Apprentices benefit from an optimum blend of support and encouragement throughout their learning and development programme.

Find out what qualifications and skills you will need for this course.

• In order to fulfil the Levy Funding criteria, candidates must have a role profile which requires the competencies and skills defined in the L4 Improvement Practitioner Standard which is representative of the skills required by a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. • Candidates must be in employment and 20% of their working week should be spent doing off-the-job training during the apprenticeship which will be completed over a period of 12 to 14 months.

Find out what material you will need.

Apprentices will need a PC – ideally a laptop. Minitab and/or Quantum Excel software will be required throughout the programme

Find out more about exams, assignments and assessments.

At the end of the programme there is an End Point Assessment (EPA). This consists of three distinct assessment methods: • Multi-choice exam – to assess knowledge elements of the standard • Project report, presentation & questioning – to holistically assess knowledge, skills and behaviours in the standard • Professional discussion underpinned by Apprentice’s log (the on going ‘diary’ which records the activities throughout their learning journey) • It is also required that Apprentices have met the criteria for English and mathematics proficiency (equivalent to GCSE Grade C or above). For candidates who do not currently have this qualification, an additional programme of learning support and testing will be required.

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