Reinvigoration are really proud to support the fantastic efforts of the Babcock MCS Offshore team as they build Continuous Improvement capability across their business with bespoke LCS training.
Babcock has become the first Aviation Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) organisation to offer Lean training in conjunction with an accredited UK University. We have caught up with their team to understand what the LCS training really meant to them, and how they think we have best helped them. Here is what they said:
|“We think Lean training can make a huge difference to the way we operate. Now Babcock staff studying for Lean Green Belt status are assessed in conjunction with Reinvigoration, who offer formal accreditation from Cardiff University’s Lean Competency System (LCS).”
“Reinvigoration provide a detailed oversight of the Babcock training and examination process, ensuring trainees are given the highest-quality support and assessment throughout, backed with the rigour expected by top university standards.”
Dave White, Babcock’s Head of Engineering Continuous Improvement, added: “Having our programme endorsed and supported by Reinvigoration and Cardiff University, where the Lean Competency System was first developed, is a great indication of the importance Babcock places on this scheme and the commitment we are making to support staff who get involved.”
Chris Dando, Partner at Reinvigoration said: “We are particularly proud to support Babcok MCS Offshore as they build stronger operational excellence and continuous improvement capabilities across their business. Reinvigoration is one of the very few providers certified to provide official Lean Competency System accreditation at levels 1, 2 and 3 and we are committed to delivering high training standards and maintaining the integrity of the system. Working with the team at Babcock and supporting their development has been a really exciting and rewarding experience for us as consultants as their positive and invigorating attitude to training is without a doubt, contributing to the success of the programme.”