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College training project to aid business.

DEESIDE College's employer engagement department is helping to improve the way businesses operates across North Wales.

Businesses are being offered the opportunity to take advantage of a new Business Improvement Techniques (BIT) training programme, which helps organisations to improve operations, decrease costs, increase production and improve competitiveness - all extremely beneficial, especially in the current economic climate.

BIT lecturer Steve Morris said: "BIT is very unique in the sense that right from the application of the programme, the organisation starts to see operational improvements.

"The training works more like a consultancy service, working individually with an organisation to identify challenges and align objectives and strategies. It also provides individual employees with nationally recognised qualifications.

"Business Improvement Techniques are essential for organisations of all sizes, in all sectors, to keep a competitive edge in today's challenging business environment."

One organisation to have taken advantage of this new opportunity is Nice-Pak based in Flint who is already seeing operational improvements.

Operations Director Paul Symonds said: "Nice-Pak International Ltd was delighted to be one of the trailblazing companies associated with the Level 2 NVQ Business Improvement Techniques that was progressed through collaborative with Deeside College.

"The staff devoted a considerable amount of their own time to the project and they have all succeeded in gaining this important qualification. We are extremely proud of them. The results of what they achieved are noticeable in our workplace and as such, not only has the staff succeeded but the business has benefitted also. " ? More details on 01244 834545
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Mar 27, 2013
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