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3 Feb 2016

Problem Solving & Decision Making

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Description: If you are tired of applying dead-end solutions to recurring problems in your company, this course should help you reconstruct your efforts and learn new ways to approach problem-solving, and develop practical ways to solve some of your most pressing problems and reach win-win decisions. Topics included in this course: Learning Styles, Making Win-Win Decisions, Problem Solving Defined, The Problem-Solving Model: Problem Identification, Decision Making, and Planning and Organizing, A problem solving toolkit, the problem solving process, fishbone analysis, gradients of agreement, fact vs. information, decision making traps, implementation, types of decisions, and a personal action plan.

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3 Feb 2016

Project Management – PMP

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Description: Whether or not your organization has a robust Project Management infrastructure in place, the need to successfully manage small to medium-sized projects will play a large role in determining its success. This course focuses on the skills required to plan and implement a project that will fulfill the stated requirements, as well as, meet time and budget constraints. You will be presented a methodology to document project requirements, identify necessary resources, identify and mitigate potential risks, schedule and track project activity, monitor and control project outcomes, and formally close projects. This course emphasizes project management basics including practical tips, tricks, and templates, to facilitate managing small to medium-size projects with a minimum investment in project management infrastructure. The course focuses on understanding the PMI® Project Management Methodology as described in the Project Management Book of Knowledge® (PMBOK®). Particular emphasis is placed on the vocabulary that PMI® uses in describing the Project Management Framework and Project Management Knowledge Areas, as well as, a theoretical understanding of how the concepts are applied in implementing the project management methodology espoused by the PMI®. The course also discusses strategies to enhance the student’s potential to successfully complete the industry examination. This course can also prepare the student to take the Certified Associate in Project Management® (CAPM®) examination. The material covered for both examinations is similar, the difference is in the expected hands on project management experience level, and the nature of the examination questions – for the PMP® examination there are significantly more hours of project management experience required to be certified to take the examination, and the questions are more situational rather than theoretical. The class does NOT provide the exam.

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3 Feb 2016

Certificate in Lean Sigma Green Belt

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Lean Sigma Green Belt

Overview: This Lean Sigma Green Belt training is designed to develop a professional who is well versed in the Lean Sigma Methodology who leads or supports improvement projects. This Lean Sigma Green Belt class will provide a thorough understanding of all aspects within the phases of D-M-A-I-C. In addition, you will learn how to perform and interpret Six Sigma tools and how to use standard principles of Lean. The Cases used in this class will be covered more in depth, allowing the student to experience the level of detail a Green Belt would support. At this level the student is also encouraged to take a Certification exam to quantify their skills based on an industry exam.

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29 Jan 2016

Bud to Boss

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Description: This course is for those people who are new supervisors or who are interested in a supervisory position, as well as those who are lead hands or part-time supervisors without a great deal of authority. This course is designed to help you overcome many of the supervisory problems you will encounter in your first few weeks as a boss. Dealing with the many problems a new supervisor encounters isn’t easy but it doesn’t have to lead to discouragement.

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