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Apprenticeships after COVID-19
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30 years of outstanding delivery in the world of vocational learning and development
Written by Suzannah Hale
on March 18, 2019

Attending a short course is a great way to keep your mind active and sharp. Humans are naturally hungry for new knowledge and experiences. It is important to stimulate your mind and reinvigorate your work life by learning something new.

But getting the training signed off by your manager or organisation might prove difficult, so we've put together 5 simple steps to follow to have a better chance of getting your professional Lean Six Sigma training approved.  

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(Graphic designed by Viknesh Prabhakar) 

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