The Competitive Systems and Practices program has been designed to assist Australian organisations become more globally competitive through innovative training and sustainable business outcomes.
The objective of the Competitive Systems and Practices Diploma course is to develop student skills to a level where they can apply the individual tools and techniques to a diverse range of work environments, lead organisations in the deployment of Lean Six Sigma and provide strategic input to the organisation’s business improvement agenda.
This qualification, which provides more advanced skills in Lean Six Sigma, is nationally accredited under the Australian Skills Quality Authority. Efficiency Works will tailor the workshop agenda and training content to customer requirements, and to the workshop participants.
The competency-based training is structured around Lean Six Sigma concepts, coupled with coaching aimed at creating maximum ownership and engagement. Students’ assessments are based on workplace improvement projects that are practical and action-oriented.
The program comprises a combination of units aimed at facilitating behavioural change through the application of specific business improvement techniques, tailored to suit the organisations’ business needs. The candidate assessments are mapped back to the training package and the resultant qualification for successful candidates is a MSS50316 Diploma of Competitive Systems and Practices.
The course comprises 20 units of competency that are selected from 29 available UoC which have been identified through consultation with industries experts, industry partners and through consultation with clients.
As with all with all Efficiency Works courses, the Diploma course can be tailored to meet specific organisational needs.
Key areas covered within the Diploma Course
The course content has been designed with a focus on ensuring strategy and improvements are developed using real data from the relevant processes. In this way, the application of Visual Management systems and the use of data becomes a central theme to the training, with the emphasis on ensuring continuous improvement is deployed throughout the organisation and driven from the regular review of process metrics and real time data.
Many options are available in tailoring the units of study however, as an example, the course could be structured as detailed below:
The Diploma within Competitive Systems and Practices are comprised of 20 Units of Competence, which are made up of the following packaging rules.
This training program delivers the following outcomes for participants and the organisation:
The program is competency based, so durations vary, however it is estimated that the course will extend over a period of approximately 24 months, pending on your knowledge and attendance to undertaking the Units of Competency.
Efficiency Works acknowledge participants require to undertake their day-to-day activities and can assist in scheduling the program to meet their needs. Coaching and support is available online research using our Learning Management System (LMS).
The emphasis in the qualification is on leading and implementing competitive systems and practices in developing organisational strategies and lead business and continuous improvement programs
On completion of this qualification, you will be awarded with a Diploma in competitive Systems and Practices.
The Diploma of Competitive Systems and Practices course is designed to provide students with the skills and a working knowledge of Lean Six Sigma, combined with the competencies required to lead organisations in the deployment of Lean Six Sigma. The course is suitable for:
Efficiency Works utilises experienced and qualified trainers for all training courses. All trainers hold a Certificate IV in Training & Assessment (TAE40116), a qualification that reflects the roles of trainers in the vocational educational and training (VET) sector, and a requirement of the Australian Quality Training Framework for a structured VET program.
Efficiency Works’ process is heavily centered on business improvement and applying the theory to improve the organisation. Rather than using theoretical case studies and scenarios, we work ‘live’ in your organisation providing students with real experience in Competitive Systems and Practices and demonstrated competence through the delivery of organisational improvements.
Our approach is inherently consultative providing significant interaction between the process we use to liaise with students, the Business Improvement team and Management, all of whom are stakeholders in the training program.
A certificate is issues when a student successfully completes the required units of competency for the qualification. A statement of Attainment is proof you’ve completed certain Units of Competency.
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Depending on what program you are undertaking with Efficiency Works, your learning will be assessed through the completion of a combination of activities, short answer questions, individual projects, team projects and class participation.