BUFFALO, N.Y. – Many professionals want to launch an
improvement project at their company, but they’re unsure
where to start and how to gain maximum impact.
UB TCIE is offering a new, one-day seminar called Strategic
Project Selection that helps professionals develop a practical,
interactive approach to selecting and launching an improvement
project that won’t fizzle before it’s completed.
Professionals are invited to attend the seminar, as well as
three other TCIE spring/summer courses aimed at enhancing
organizational performance. Here are the details:
- Strategic Project Selection – The seminar runs from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 13, at the Ramada Hotel and Conference
Center, 2402 N. Forest Rd., Getzville. Register by June 6.
- Certified Lean Professional – Classes run 8:30-11:30 a.m.
The class meets on April 29, May 13, May 20, June 10, June 17, June
26, July 8, July 15, July 22, July 29, Aug. 12, Sept. 9 and Sept.
23. The 39-hour course is offered at UB’s Baird Research
Park, 1576 Sweet Home Rd., Amherst. It introduces participants to
the Lean methodology of saving money and reducing waste by
identifying unnecessary processes. Register by April 22.
- Root Cause Analysis and Corrective Action Training – The
program runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on May 21, at the Ramada Hotel
in Getzville. This program is designed to improve the
problem-solving skills of employees at all levels by providing an
understanding of the processes and techniques for determining the
root cause of a nonconformance and the corrective action needed to
prevent the problem from occurring again. Register by May 14.
- ISO Can Make You Money – It’ s a lunch
presentation, noon to 1 p.m. on June 18 at the Country Inn &
Suites–Rochester Henrietta, 4635 West Henrietta Rd.,
Henrietta, N.Y. Intended for senior managers and personnel tasked
with profit and loss responsibilities, this presentation explores
how to utilize an ISO-based management system to improve your
company’s financial position. Register by June 11.
For more course details and to register, visit: http://www.tcie.buffalo.edu/what-we-do/professional-development/.
You can also contact Mariah Glass, TCIE training program
coordinator, at 716-645-8840 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
TCIE is Western New York's bridge to excellence; it provides a
dynamic link between UB’s expert resources and the
region’s business community. Its core focus on engineering
solutions and operational excellence drives continual improvements,
and ignites innovation and technological advantages. For more
information on how TCIE can assist Western New York businesses,
visit www.tcie.buffalo.edu or