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05/09/2016
Further bite-sized management and leadership courses launched for Autumn-Winter 2016-17

Due to continuing demand and following the success of our bite-sized management and leadership courses, the Black Country Skills Factory has launched a further programme of courses for Autumn/Winter 2016-17.

The programme of accredited courses reflects the current training needs of Black Country companies and is suitable for operational leaders within manufacturing companies.
 
Course topics include: Material Planning & Production Control, Lean, Communication Skills and Developing & Coaching Staff, and will all be held at a manufacturing business in the Black Country enabling delegates to benchmark and learn from the host company.

For further information on course content, please click on the relevant links below.

Lean                 09 November 2016
Material Planning & Production Control 16 November 2016
Communication Skills         18 January 2017
Developing & Coaching Staff         15 March 2017

Course bookings and enquiries

Bookings and enquiries can be made by clicking on course titles (above) and registering your interest directly through the Skills Factory website.

Course costs: £190 per person, per course (+VAT)

For further information, call Andrew Stott on 01384 471163.
 
www.blackcountryskillsfactory.co.uk/courses 

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