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This course has been designed to make you a confident process mapper and will also help you develop the skills needed to write and produce the content of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) using process maps in a regulated environment.
If you are involved in activities which would benefit from process mapping, continual process improvement, or writing SOPs, this is the course for you.
The course is designed for all those with responsibility for managing, documenting and implementing processes and SOPs. It assumes no prior experience or skills. The course does not recommend any specific software or approach, but explores the principles and ideas that can be applied in any organisation.
This course is structured to encourage delegates to:
Tutors will be comprised from the list below:
Director of Quality, Safety, Health & Environment, LGC Ltd
Director, Laura Brown Training and Development
"I liked the fact that we could practice during the training."
Please note timings may be subject to alteration
|9.00||Welcome, Introductions and Course Objectives
Why Companies manage by process.
|10.00||Exercise 1 - First Steps
Mechanisms for process mapping, levels at which it can be applied, and the roles and responsibilities of process owners.
|10.30||Exercise 1 - Feedback|
The stages involved in mapping processes including how to construct a SIPOC chart.
|11.45||Exercise 2 - Mapping A Process
A first opportunity to practice your new process mapping skills.
|12.30||Exercise 2 - Feedback|
|14.00||What Makes A Good SOP?|
|Exercise 3 - Discussion of Options for Format, Structure and Layout|
|14.45||Exercise 3 - Feedback|
|15.30||Exercise 4 - SOPs using Process Mapping|
|16.15||Exercise 4 - Feedback|
|16.30||Exercise 5 - Key SOP Writing Considerations|
|16.45||Exercise 5 - Feedback|
|17.00||Close of day|
|9.00||Review of Day 1|
Selecting and using metrics to monitor and improve processes
|10.00||Exercise 6 - Practice in Process Mapping
Creating Process Maps from multi-source information
|10.45||Exercise 6 - Feedback|
Common problems and tips for good Process Mapping
|11.45||Demonstration of Process Mapping on a PC|
|12.15||End of Session Wrap-up and Q&A|
|13.30||Exercise 7 - Mind Mapping followed by feedback|
|15.15||Exercise 8 - Using Process Maps to write an SOP followed by feedback
Applying your process mapping skills as part of writing an SOP
|15.45||Course Review and Follow-up|
|16.00||Close of course|
Following requests from attendees of previous RQA events we are pleased to offer course material in PDF format for delegates attending this course.
The material will be emailed in advance of the course and RQA will not be providing any printed copies of the course notes during the training itself. Delegates wishing to have a hard copy of the notes should print these in advance to bring with them. Alternatively delegates are welcome to bring along their own portable devices to view the material during the training sessions.
Where the venue is Madingley Hall, accommodation and dinner are available for the dates of the course (we recommend you take this as the location has few nearby facilities).
If you wish to book additional dates please specify in the ‘accommodation requirements’ box when making your booking and we will check availability with Madingley Hall. Bed and Breakfast is £77*, dinner (three courses with drinks, in the main dining room with other course participants) is £35* (* per night per person) - these can be selected during the booking process. As part of the booking process we ask for dietary requirements and these will be taken in to consideration by Madingley Hall. Alternatively bar snacks are available on a pay as you go basis, not bookable through RQA.
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