Following the completion of the latest continuous improvement apprenticeships cohort at AB Agri, we caught up with Adam Grimwood, Head of Performance Improvement, and the learners graduating the Improvement Practitioner and Improvement Technician programmes.
In this case study we explore how working closely together with Oxfordshire County Council on Lean Apprenticeships makes a huge difference to its people and operations. We delve into why it is so important for organisations to invest in apprenticeships and support their learners throughout, working in partnership with the right training provider.
Himanshu provides an overview of how his Improving Operational Performance level 2 apprenticeship has gone including his project that is saving £50,000 a year!
Kirsty discusses how she found her Improvement Practitioner Level 4 Apprenticeship (Green Belt), including her brilliant project on her way to distinction
Thomas provides an overview of how Tate & Lyle have found the process of working with CQM on continuous improvement through their latest cohort to complete the Improving Operational Performance level 2 apprenticeship.
Celebrating the latest Robinsons Brewery group’s success, we reveal how working together to create the right business solution can create fantastic results.
Chelsea is working towards the Improvement Practitioner Level 4 (Lean Six Sigma Green Belt) Apprenticeship – Read her story for far…
Bakkavor Pizza Harrow have a long standing workforce, whose diversity meant that English was predominantly a second language to most. Up-skilling the team was a key to driver to improve performance and motivate an increase in the ownership of processes
Premier Foods has a well-established workforce with a very low staff turnover. The company realised it had to act to prevent a skills shortage within its workforce and therefore decided to invest in recruiting and training its own home-grown talent for the future. The company was one of the first food manufacturers to offer the Advanced Food Operator (Level 3) Apprenticeship when it was introduced in 2016.
Swizzels Matlow is a family run business in all respects. It is run by the 3rd generation of the founding families, and is where generations from the same families work side by side. Employing nearly 600 employees, this New Mills based confectionery manufacturer and global exporter, encourages incredible staff loyalty, with over 20% of employees having worked for the company for over 20 years.