Dak Consulting

Developing Improvement Leaders

Telephone: 01491 845 504

Upcoming Courses

  • Course Title: Lean Office Team Leader
    Date: 31st July - 2nd August 2017

    This workshop, based on the lessons learned by well-known and award-winning organisations on their Lean Office journey, provides managers, team leaders, and change agents with a "how to" guide to streamline administration, increase office throughput and improve business process resilience.

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  • Date: 5th - 7th September 2017

    Understand the fundamental principles behind good maintenance management: Learn how to apply these to secure the safe and reliable operation of physical assets to achieve business targets. For managers, team leaders and change agents with responsibility for organising maintenance resources to achieve high levels of asset reliability and maintenance cost effectiveness. 24 CPD Points awarded with this course.

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  • Date: 12th - 14th September 2017

    This course introduces candidates to the role of audit, how to prepare, undertake and report an audit as well as some of the one to one interview skills necessary to the role. The includes guidance on identifying Best Practice and gaps against current practice (using benchmarking as appropriate) and through example and exercises how an audit report might highlight and recommend Performance Improvement. 

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In-house Training

  • In-House Training

    The DAK Training Academy provides practical training in the application of improvement tools for key managers, team leaders and change agents. In addition to our "open" workshops, DAK offer in-house customised programme's that will fit the needs of individual organisations. Give us a call today and let us help you to develop organisations improvement leaders with a blend of in house training, coaching and hands on support.  Its completely free with no obligation.

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Newsletters

  • Early Equipment Management / Maintenance Prevention

     

    Most managers have had experience of projects which failed to deliver their promise or where costs escalated farbeyond their original estimate.  Research shows that root causes are most frequently traced back to the early project stages. This newsletter explains how Early Equipment Management deals with potential project risks and supports the delivery of enhanced project value, on time, on budget.

     

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Clients Including

Kohler Mira

  KERRY Howdens ACO LogoForbo logoGreencore Group

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