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Leadership and Personal Development, Strategic Management, Lean Six Sigma & Quality Tools


This is a growing sector for Capella.  Organisations we've worked with so far in the Construction Sector…

Programme highlights…

  • Delivering a Six Sigma Green Belt programme for Harsco Infrastructure, training UK branch managers and supporting achievement of cost reduction targets
  • Delivered a Six Sigma Black Belt programme at Balfour Beatty for key people across the business and supported improvement projects to reduce quoting times, improve data collection and reduce rework
  • Delivered Six Sigma Green Belt training and project support at Coram Showers, Abacus Healthcare and Underwood Kitchens as part of Open programmes to improve business performance

Here’s what our clients say…

"The projects delivered during the training have already made a difference. Future projects will deliver further value to the benefit of all partners in Electricity Alliance”  Ian Currie, Alliance Manager

“The programme has delivered and exceeded expectations. Through the key tool box of skills, Coram can see numerous potential opportunities.”  Steve Hubbard, Operations Director, Coram Showers

“It’s been great to see the projects from the other branches – we can really learn from what’s being done” Mit Raven, Branch Manager, Harsco

“A dramatic change made in the perceptions of the people who have attended the Six Sigma courses in relation to their role in the Company. There is more understanding in the business of the need to obtain facts before proposing solutions. This will provide long term sustainable growth to the Company. A big thank you to the team at Capella.”  Mike Gilsenan, Managing Director, Abacus Healthcare 

Download case studies to see the results we've delivered…

Case Study - EAE (Balfour Beatty) Case Study - EAE (Balfour Beatty) (270 KB)

Case Study - Coram Case Study - Coram (268 KB)

Case study - Harsco Case study - Harsco (456 KB)

Case Study - Redhall Case Study - Redhall (95 KB)