Amnis, the quality, innovation and productivity enabler, has announced a collaborative training programme with The Institute of Operations Management (IOM), an executive arm of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) and the professional organisation for operational management professionals.
This is the fifth year that Amnis and the IOM have collaborated to deliver a high quality training programme and, to date, this has benefited many hundreds of members and non-institute members of the IOM.
Amnis’ managing director, Mark Eaton, said: “The partnership between Amnis and the IOM works very well as it enables us to bring our high quality training and support to a much wider audience and, at the same time, adds real value to IOM members as well as raising the profile of the institute and its excellent work.”
The programme for 2010 includes a broad range of topics around Lean and Transformational Change – including how to change cultures and how to ensure that Lean becomes embedded inside organisations.
Leonie Edwards, manager of the IOM on behalf of the CILT, commented: “The workshops and masterclasses we have run with Amnis have proved hugely popular with Institute members and non-members alike. They have given value to hundreds of people over the last four years.
“Our 2010 programme with Amnis contains existing favourite workshops and exciting new ones. With Amnis, we are also offering institute members and non-members the opportunity to participate in the extremely practical ‘Accelerated Lean Skills Programme’ on 29th and 30th September and 1st October 2009 and, again, in April 2010.”
More information is available from Ruth Bodman on +44 (0) 870 446 1002.