DEX ACADEMY

Organizations are facing enormous pressure to slash costs but are at the same time expected to sustain their competitiveness and long-term viability. Applying the concepts and methodologies of Lean, Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma Business Process Improvement and other cost-reduction programs, Dexterity has helped organizations balance the need to rapidly reduce costs while maintaining long term competitiveness. Our Green and Black Belt training courses concentrate on teaching the DMAIC structured problem-solving approach; along with Lean and Six Sigma principles and tools which anyone can successfully apply in any business environment to deliver significant and quantifiable improvements and benefits. Our public training sessions are enhanced by group work activities and practical sessions that provide excellent networking opportunities for delegates.

Module A: Engineering Strategy

Increasingly companies in global markets are competing through engineering. This module is designed to pursue the linkages between a company’s engineering strategy and its corporate strategy. The module equips participants with an overview of corporate strategy…

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Module B: Lean Operations Mastery

Lean Operations is based upon the principle of eliminating waste at all levels throughout the organisation. This module reviews the skills and techniques required to analyse systems and to design improved methods and layouts. It will use value stream mapping to understand…

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Module C: Operations Mastery

This course introduces delegates to the concepts underlying effective operation and control of manufacturing and service businesses. Approaches to operations strategy, production control, inventory policy, facilities planning, methods improvement and…

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Module D: Production Planning and Scheduling

The right product, at the right time, the right price, quality and cost are aims of a successful manufacturing business. In order to achieve these aims, companies must coordinate and synchronise the procurement of their materials, both in-house and through their supply chain.

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Module E: Corporate Innovation

This module empowers people to develop vision and strategy for innovative leadership within organizations and imparts knowledge and skills in corporate creativity and business design. The aim of this module is to enable companies to develop a creative perspective on new product ideas and business opportunities…

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Module F: Product Development Process

This module complements module D and considers the entire product development process from its fuzzy front end (need-finding, concept design) through concept specification, embodiment, detailed design to production and beyond. During each stage of the process the interactions and conflicting requirements…

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Module G: Project Management

This module prepares participants for managing organisational change through projects. It focuses on projects related to new products, new plant and equipment and new operating systems. It takes a high level, critical and evaluative view of the subject, emphasizing managerial and strategic use of the techniques…

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Module H: Total Quality Management

The intention of this module is to convey the importance of Quality as a strategy for continuous improvement in business performance. Accordingly the module evolves through strategies for competitive quality, quality in design and manufacture and the customer supply chain to the concept of Total Quality.

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Module I: Customer Service Improvement

This module seeks to:

  • Provide frontline staff with clear standards and expectations.
  • Ensure all customer contact reaches an appropriate conclusion.
  • Seek to provide a seamless service for customers.
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Module J: Budgeting and Financial Management

During this course standard financial tools would be introduced. Participants explore how to assess financial status and to make sound business decisions. Practical approach would be adopted by the lecturer to allow participants to familiarize themselves with standard financial documents…

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Module K: Advanced Certificate in Computerized Accounting System

CMIS (Centre for Management Information System) computerized accounting training course helps participants learn about the latest financial accounting and reporting software available in the industry.

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Module L: Oil and Gas Accounting

The Oil and Gas Accounting course will give you the opportunity to achieve good appreciation of oil and gas on the environment and attempts to mitigate those impacts; basic knowledge of the petroleum industry for the purpose of understanding the terminology and processes used in…

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Module M: Corporate Social Responsibility

This course is designed for people both in the Public and Private Sector. This course has been divided into two (2). They are Corporate Social Responsibility and International Environmental Law. Most people especially those in the Public Sector are tempted to think…

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Module N: Oil Politics and Local Content

This course has been designed for both the Public Sector and the Private Sector but with more emphasis on the Private Sector. The course has been divided into two (2) parts. The first part focuses on Oil Politics and the second part focuses on Local Content. Companies within the…

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Module P: Finance for Project Managers

What do engineers and project managers need to know of finance? Engineers and others in technical functions must be conversant with the terminology and statements that accountants use. Technical expertise in projects, service delivery, production or other areas can…

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Module Q: Project Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring is the systematic, regular collection and occasional analysis of information to identify and possibly measure changes over a period of time. Evaluation is the analysis of the effectiveness and direction of an activity and involves making a judgment about the progress…

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