Youget a lot of learningin a shorttime span. It is very concentratedwhich for me is the bestthing. It is very valuable. It is like a livingor better a practical MBA. It is not merely a technicaltraining, but also a personaland leadershiptrainingwhere youstart understandingorganisations– whichis not easy and denitelynot easy to learn. Julio Gonzalez Bedia, General Manager, Aliad Spain
This course is addressed to inpiduals who intend to become a qualified EFQM Assessor, and those who would like a more detailed understanding of the EFQM Excellence Model and the RADAR Logic.
This course is a pass or fail. For, you will be assessed based on your team work contributions, your evaluation of information, your feedback and written exercises. Prior to the training, you will be asked to analyse a case study - another pre-requisite for successfully going through the training. Passing formally qualifies you as an ExcellenceAssessor.
Act as an Award Assessor
Once you have successfully passed this training, you can apply to act as an Assessor in the Excellence Awards. Through this enriching experience, Assessors benefit from a unique leadershipand management development opportunity. You will carry out a high-profile, high expectation assignment, under great time pressure, as a member of a newly formed multicultural and multifunctional team.
The Royal College of Radiologists
This certificate leads to the specialty of clinical oncology and clinical radiology
throughout the United Kingdom. Its role is to advance the science and practice
of radiology and oncology.