Learn while you are working! The DHI approach

It is a well known fact that people learn best by doing. For over 40 years now, DHI have specialised in Workplace Learning. At last people are beginning to realise that sitting for hours in a classroom staring at a board or screen with a lecturer droning on is not a pleasant experience but one which people have resigned themselves to in order to become qualified.

DHI have never done that. Always, our courses have been team based, often on site in the clients factory or offices and with the participants immediately applying what they are learning to the realities of every day life where they work. It is extraordinary what has been achieved if you check our Case Study page.

Now we have applied that process to our Diploma in Quality Leadership and the Higher Diploma. Not only do our students end up with a qualification and unique state of the art knowledge but also something even more valuable than all of that. They will have completed an intense study of the validity and usefulness of all the core concepts in the quality sciences and disciplines to their organisation. In effect, the accumulation of their Assignments through the course will each become an invaluable implementation guide that can be used by them and the Company Top Team to create a programme designed to put them at the forefront of their industry. We believe this course to be unique in this respect.

Throw you books on the shelf and get on with the job! How many times have we heard people say that after completing an intensive course that has taken them away from their families. When they get back to their organisations, nobody has even noticed they have been away, nobody is interested in what they have learned and it was all a waste of time. The DHI Diploma just cannot, by the way it is structured result in such a situation.

Here is how it works

 1. Potential student realises maybe as a consequence of a benchmarking visit or discussions with acquaintances, the need to learn more about Quality for his/her own career development and/or to help make his/her own organisation more competitive

1. Potential student realises maybe as a consequence of a benchmarking visit or discussions with acquaintances, the need to learn more about Quality for his/her own career development and/or to help make his/her own organisation more competitive

 4. Also discovers that the DHI Courses do not involve simply staring at a computer screen but can if used in the best way, can also involve work colleagues so that not only is the student learning but has the opportunity to apply  what they have learned  at the same time

4. Also discovers that the DHI Courses do not involve simply staring at a computer screen but can if used in the best way, can also involve work colleagues so that not only is the student learning but has the opportunity to apply  what they have learned at the same time

 7. In summary. You become the expert in your organisation. You are skilled in being able to help others from the CEO to the Workforce

7. In summary. You become the expert in your organisation. You are skilled in being able to help others from the CEO to the Workforce

 2. Considers the choice of a talk and chalk course, or workplace learning. Discovers that credible talk and chalk courses are few and far between and also the knowledge and experience of the tutors is either unknown or questionable. 

2. Considers the choice of a talk and chalk course, or workplace learning. Discovers that credible talk and chalk courses are few and far between and also the knowledge and experience of the tutors is either unknown or questionable. 

 5. The student signs up for the Diploma. He/she immediately discovers there are two ways their knowledge is being tested. Firstly, by the numerous multi choice questions that are distributed through the learning materials and also by the need to write a 4500 word report to his/her Ceo on the relevance of each section of the materials to the organisation.

5. The student signs up for the Diploma. He/she immediately discovers there are two ways their knowledge is being tested. Firstly, by the numerous multi choice questions that are distributed through the learning materials and also by the need to write a 4500 word report to his/her Ceo on the relevance of each section of the materials to the organisation.

 8. You could be the expert representing your organisation on foreign trips

8. You could be the expert representing your organisation on foreign trips

 3. Discovers the DHI Workplace Learning suite of courses. Also discovers that these were designed and conducted by world class internationally recognised tutors with many years of first hand experience in over 40 countries and that the materials are state of the art.  

3. Discovers the DHI Workplace Learning suite of courses. Also discovers that these were designed and conducted by world class internationally recognised tutors with many years of first hand experience in over 40 countries and that the materials are state of the art.
 

 6. On completion of the course, not only will the student have experienced the application of the whole range of Concepts available but can work with his/her top team as being the local expert to implement a full  Hoshin Kanri  Management with no need for expensive outside assistance. 

6. On completion of the course, not only will the student have experienced the application of the whole range of Concepts available but can work with his/her top team as being the local expert to implement a full Hoshin Kanri Management with no need for expensive outside assistance. 

 9. you could be the expert doing the judging. our colleague, Professor Richard Ennals judging a  quality circle  presentation in lucknow india  Why not sign up now? contact DHIQC using the contact form on this web site.

9. you could be the expert doing the judging. our colleague, Professor Richard Ennals judging a quality circle presentation in lucknow india

Why not sign up now? contact DHIQC using the contact form on this web site.