EFQM Certified Assessor Transformation Training is a 2-day deep dive during which you will be taken through its purpose and vision, the key concepts behind the changes, the amendments we have made and the red threads through each section. You will also gain familiarity with the latest version of EFQM’s diagnostic tool (RADAR) and have the opportunity to practice using EFQM’s new digital platform and its Assess Base. Competency in using the Assess Base will be added to the desired competencies for our certified Assessors. Lastly, you will understand our reasoning and plans for the introduction of a number of Lenses that focus on specific management topics.
- 8 & 9 April – 08.00-15.00 (CET – same time on both days)
- 22 & 23 April – 10.00-17.00 (CET – same time on both days)
- 9 & 10 June – 10.00-17.00 (CET – same time on both days)
Both days will have a mid-way break where a trainer will be available for advice and guidance.
These trainings will be delivered through Adobe Connect which will provide a fabulous learning experience. More details on how to connect and join your session will be sent upon registration.
Our trainers have delivered online training for global organisations such as BMW, Grundfos, GSK, Signify. We can work with your training team to develop suitable programmes for your organisation. Please contact us to discuss your ideas at email@example.com.
ECAT participation CRITERIA:
To be able to attend the ECAT participants must have taken either;
- an EAT since 1stJanuary 2016, or
- an EAT since 1stJanuary 2013 and performed an official EFQM certified assessment or one from our affiliated awards
If you haven’t done any assessments for EFQM but you have been an active Assessor with one of our National Partner Organisations or other entities using the EFQM model, please complete the form here and send it back to us so that we can qualify you to attend the training.
The new certification will last 3 years, and you will learn how to maintain this qualification on the course. The 2013 Model will be valid until December 2020 as will existing EAT qualifications.