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FD104 – ​Introduction to Change Management

FD104 – ​Introduction to Change Management

This course provides awareness of the key considerations and approaches to enable effective change in organisations and the ability to explain how understanding organisational change can be used to develop an approach to sustain improvement in customer and stakeholder satisfaction.

FD104 ​​Introduction to Change Management
Level: Foundation
Course duration: 8 hours indicative (4 Weeks)

Classroom Based (2 days) or Distance Learning Course 
*Minimum of 4 delegates for In-House Training

Who is it for?
Foundation courses are designed specifically for individuals who are new to quality, or who work in other functions or professions.

Indicative course content

  • Introduction to organisational change, values and cultures
    Change thinking: The Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle

Barriers and enablers of change:

  • Organisational barriers to change
  • Organisational enablers for change
  • Common approaches to change management
  • Common approaches to improvement-based change
  • Introduction to learning patterns:
    Process of learning and learning needs
    Learning styles
    PDCA in learning and improvement
    PDCA in audit, review and assessment

Increasing readiness to change:

  • Role of the customer/stakeholder
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Introduction to managing change:
  • Cycles of change and the change curve
  • Management processes
  • Planning
  • Roles

This course is certified by CQI and IRCA (the Chartered Quality Institute and the International Register of Certificated Auditors)

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