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Problem Solving and Decision Making - last minute course availability

We have spaces remaining on the accredited leadership and management course, Problem Solving and Decision Making, taking place on Wednesday 15 June at Ansaldo NES – book now to avoid disappointment.

The course which is aimed at operational leaders (supervisors/managers) in manufacturing supply chain companies will provide an introduction to problem solving and the importance of decision making within the workplace.

Please call Andrew Stott on 01384 471163 to book or e-mail . Further course information is available below.

Course Content

Course overview:
An introduction to problem solving and the importance of decision making within companies.

Who should attend:
Operational Managers and/or Leaders within the Manufacturing Environment

Course structure (e.g. type of delivery, classroom, practical, simulated etc.):

Class room and practical

Benefits of attending:
By the end of the course the delegates will be able to understand….
•The various approaches to problem solving
•Decision making styles and how these function within the manufacturing workplace
•How to solve a work based problem using a proven and methodical approach

Key topics:
Problem Solving Methods:
•Cause and Effect
•PEA Model
•Force Field Analysis
•The Six Step Model
Decision Making – using the six step model for a real life example.

Course bookings and enquiries

Course information: is available to download here.
Course costs: £190 per person per course.
Course booking: Call 01384 471163 or e-mail  

For an informal discussion on the above course please call Colin Parker on 07944 268709 or e-mail 

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