AME's unique value proposition focuses on providing practical and hands-on learning experiences to help individuals, teams and organisations achieve operational excellence.
We start by taking the time to understand our members specific business problems, challenges, and pain points. Then, we provide resources and tailored training programs specifically designed to address those issues.
Our approach goes beyond just offering generic training courses. Instead, we use our expertise and experience to advise our members on the right resources they need to succeed. Whether it's coaching for individuals, team-building workshops, or comprehensive enterprise-wide programs, we have solutions that fit every need. By working with our members and providing customised support every step of the way, we help them achieve operational excellence and drive real-world results.
AME workshops are highly practical and focus on setting up the workplace to solve specific business problems. By providing a tailored approach, members can receive targeted training specific to their business-related problems, allowing them to acquire practical skills that can be immediately applied in the workplace. This workplace-based assessment allows professionals to confidently assess how they apply their newly acquired skills to solve a specific issue.
In addition, AME training can be used as a competency for further training, like a Diploma, giving professionals a valuable asset for career advancement.
Case Study Based Learning
AME provides case study based learning which can be highly beneficial for a few reasons. Firstly, it provides members with an opportunity to learn from real-world examples that relate to their field of interest. This type of training is more engaging and practical than theoretical learning, as it allows members to apply the concepts they learn to real-life scenarios.
Additionally, using case studies encourages critical thinking and problem-solving skills among members as they analyse and interpret complex situations and develop effective strategies to address them. This type of training also promotes collaboration among members as they work together to solve problems, share ideas and best practices.
Moreover, case study driven learning can be a valuable networking tool, as it brings together professionals who can share their experiences, perspectives, and knowledge with each other. This type of training builds relationships within the association and can lead to potential business partnerships, referrals, and collaborations.
Participating in experiential learning through AME provides numerous benefits for members. Firstly, experiential learning is a hands-on approach that allows members to learn by doing, which can be more engaging and effective than traditional classroom-style learning. This type of learning enables members to apply what they learn in realistic situations, making it more practical and relevant to their work.
Moreover, experiential learning fosters critical thinking and problem-solving skills as members are challenged to solve problems or overcome obstacles in real-time. This approach also helps members to develop their communication, teamwork, and leadership skills as they work together to achieve common goals.In addition to these benefits, experiential learning can be used as a networking tool. Members can build relationships with other professionals in their field by participating in group activities, sharing experiences, and exchanging ideas. This learning type can help create a more collaborative environment within the association and foster a sense of
community among members.
AME site tours allow members to observe and learn about operational excellence practices at other organisations, promoting real-world learning experiences. This approach offers networking opportunities and helps build valuable relationships within the association. Site tours promote continuous learning and professional development, encouraging members to apply new knowledge to their own operations, driving growth and success for both themselves and their organisations.
Simulations provide a risk-free way for learners to practice skills, acquire knowledge and concepts while having fun. They are an effective learning tool for lean and continuous improvement because they enable experimentation, hands-on learning, foster collaboration, and promote a culture of continuous improvement within an organisation. Simulations replicate real-world scenarios, providing the opportunity to gain experience without costly implementation.
Practitioner to Practitioner Networking
Practitioner-to-practitioner networking provides a platform for individuals to connect with peers in their field, share experiences and exchange knowledge and skills. It also offers opportunities for continuous learning and career development through attending events and workshops. Access to career resources and job opportunities is also available through coaching, resume reviews, and job postings. Moreover, building lasting relationships within the industry can lead to potential business partnerships, collaborations, and referral opportunities. Overall, practitioner-to-practitioner networking associations are essential for achieving operational excellence and organisational success.
The AME team comprises highly experienced professionals passionate about business excellence and the success of manufacturing and other industries. We provide expert advice to help individuals and organisations sustain success through proven continuous improvement practices. By identifying areas for improvement and working collaboratively with businesses, we help organisations achieve their goals and reach new levels of success. With a wealth of knowledge and expertise in continuous improvement practices, the AME team is committed to helping businesses thrive and achieve operational excellence.
"Attending the Lean Lego workshop was great. The hands-on approach using Lego blocks helped me understand lean concepts in a fun and engaging way. By simulating different scenarios within a simulated manufacturing process, I was able to acquire practical skills that can be applied in the real world. The workshop provided a collaborative and interactive learning environment, allowing me to practice problem-solving and critical thinking skills. I was impressed by the facilitator's extensive knowledge and experience in lean manufacturing, which added tremendous value to the workshop."