Introduction to Lean & Continuous Improvement
Back to work support – Learn new skills that employers are look for.
We are offering 20 free places on one of our eLearning courses to help people wanting to get back into work, develop new skills to take to employers.
What's included in this Pledge?
Many companies around the world have adopted a way of working that is often referred to as ‘Lean’. This means that all employees take a responsibility to not only do their jobs, but help find ways to improve them too. This approach has become known as Continuous Improvement and employers look favourably on prospective employees who have some experience of using these methods.
This eLearning course entitled; Introduction to Lean & Continuous Improvement is designed to give people who are new to the subject, a good foundation of understanding to take to prospective employers.
The standard course price is £99 and there are 20 spots available – so act fast!
Tell me about click2 learn
Click2 learn are here to help you build your skills and be able to apply your knowledge quickly in the real world.
By learning and applying these valuable skills to your good cause, you can navigate the challenges in the market and succeed.
The CPD accredited courses pledged to Make Good Grow will help those needing back to work support by assisting people to learn new skills, and business support for organisations needing to become more efficient.
For 2023 click2 learn have generously pledged over £7000 of training, delivered through their innovative eLearning platform.
Dan Briscoe, click2 learn’s Managing Director said: “It is our belief that Continuous Improvement can unlock business productivity and engage individuals to perform at their best. At click2 learn, we want to make learning these techniques easy and accessible to everyone. That is why we have made our content engaging and applicable to real-world situations.
“Make Good Grow is a fantastic organisation, helping Good Causes who support individuals wanting to upskill, or wanting to grow their own not-for-profit organisation and succeed, so we were more than happy to give our support in this unique way,”