Student TEAMS Training
Designed to train students and learners of any organization in continuous improvement methodologies, Langford Student TEAMS (Training, Evaluating, Analyzing, and Measuring Systems) Training is an independent workshop that follows the quality improvement philosophy and structure. Students are provided the opportunity to develop communication skills, explore natural leadership situations, learn quality improvement tools, develop a purpose, understand and follow a vision, and apply problem-solving skills to improve the quality of their own learning. It is a step to building long-term profound changes in lifelong learning practices and the improvement of work and learning processes.
Students gather and analyze data regarding a problem, present their findings, and propose a plan for reducing or eliminating the problem by following the PDSA (Plan-Do-Study-Act) cycle. They will learn:
- Systems Thinking
- Problem-Solving Using PDSA
- Portfolio Development and Organization
- Learning Process Documentation
- Data Collection and Analysis
- How to Study Variation and It’s Effect on a System
- How to Build and Strengthen Communication Networks
Langford Student TEAMS Training offers educators and businesses the opportunity to focus on continual quality improvement techniques, processes, and theories. Each participant applies principles of continual quality improvement on a real life work-related problem.
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