On October 15th & 16th, a group of delegates joined PRS founder Gary Tyne CRL, for our interactive, two-day Root Cause Analysis training course.
Designed by RCA experts, the two-day course, held in Huddersfield, outlined the practical applications of Root Cause Analysis, utilising 5 Whys and Cause and Effect.
From understanding the impact of a problem, delegates were guided through developing an analysis and identifying the solutions to the problem, to arm them with the ability to help solve issues in their own work environments.
Delegates & Their Businesses
From Health & Safety Managers, Operations Managers, Plant Engineers, to Process Engineers and beyond, we were thrilled to spend the two-day course with such a talented and varied group of delegates.
Adding value to any organisation, Root Cause Analysis brings together causes from various sources, linking them into a logical “big picture” relationship, supported by evidence. Identified solutions are made clear, and the investigation becomes part of corporate memory, helping to improve the bottom lines of the businesses utilising RCA.
Keen to provide an interactive course, packed with detail, with a good steady pace of learning, our delegates explored the whole Root Cause Analysis gamut.
Starting with understanding the difference between a proactive and reactive approach to PRCA, the benefits of each, and how to determine the triggers of an RCA investigation, we nailed down the RCA basics together.
Learning how to develop a timeline, identifying what information needs to be captured to support the analysis, and how to integrate RCA methodology with existing incident investigation processes followed.
With much to get through in just two days, we led our delegates through the ins and outs of impact statement writing, before launching into analysis of the “5 Why’s” with some interactive exercises.
Getting into the nitty gritty, analysis of cause and effect was next on the agenda to help set the foundations for delegates to identify solutions, before diving into the importance of evidence to support their investigations.
Next, the big one. The very purpose of RCA; solutions. Here delegates were guided through how to identify effective solutions to problems, before learning how to report their findings in a simple yet effective way,
To bring the second and final day to a close, delegates were split into small groups to complete a full investigation utilising the training received.
Curious about attending another Root Cause Analysis training course, or want to invite our founder Gary Tyne CRL into your business to help you leverage the power of Root Cause Analysis? Here’s what our delegates had to say about the course.
“Brilliant course Learnt a lot of new techniques and a new way of thinking”
“Fantastic and well-structured course. Extremely knowledgeable instructor and his passion is clear to see”
“Enthusiastic presentation by a well-versed instructor and practitioner”
“Good interaction, good pace of learning, great training that can be used in any industry”
“Very well presented with a great pace of learning”
“The best course I have attended in a long time, a must for everyone”
“A valuable skill that we should all learn”
“The instructors experience in leading and facilitating incidents helped to v=visualise how the process can be implemented”
“A well organised and interactive course”