This two-day face-to-face course has been specifically designed to help you solve everything from everyday practical problems through to tough and recurring systemic issues. It delivers both practical and analytical expertise in areas including: identifying hidden problems, solving systemic problems, running major investigations, addressing risk, improving institutional learning.
Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is a process and skill that is applicable to all career levels and disciplines, from front-line managers to strategic planners, however, this course will be of particular interest to:
It will also be of interest to individuals or teams who currently use RCA, or processes such as Six Sigma or Lean, and wish to develop their skills further.
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£895 + VAT = £1074
Included in the course fee, you will receive a licence to the Sologic RCA charting and reporting software “Causelink Desktop”, which will support the learning, the RCA process and the use of RCA within your organisation.
Please note that bookings should be made through 'My CIWEM' using the booking link above. Your place is confirmed once you have clicked ‘proceed & submit’ in the cart and received a confirmation email. Non-members can book via CIWEM by creating an account on the booking page.
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