Innovation practitioner certification program launched
New Delhi, June 19 (ANI/Business Wire India): QAI Global Services (www.qaiglobal.com), with a vision to create an innovative workforce in India, has recently launched a new Innovation Practitioner Certification program for individuals across all domains. The program consists of online training and one-on-one mentoring from accredited trainers. The certification awarded at the end of the course is MATRIZ Level 1.
MATRIZ or the International Association of TRIZ is the international authority recognized by organizations such GE, Intel, Siemens, Motorola, LG, Samsung, Unilever, P and G and many other leading organizations. These organizations have trained thousands of their staff on MATRIZ body of knowledge to make the process of innovation structured and predictable.
The mentors have been trained by multiple TRIZ Masters such as Dr. Yury Salamatov, Nikolai Khomenko, Dr. Alla Zusman, Boris Zlotin and are authorized by MATRIZ to set up TRIZ Association of Asia to train students of different age groups.
Innovation Practitioner Certification program has nine modules with a minimum of eighty nine tasks to be completed in four months. Each module concludes with assignments that focus on development of specific skills. The training provided in the modules can also be embedded within other frameworks such as Six sigma, Lean and PDCA. The mentoring and the structure of the program is focused towards developing introspective analytical thinking skills in individuals. The program is a rich blend of strong theory backed by rigorous practical application.
Commenting on the launch, Navyug Mohnot, CEO, QAI said, "Years of rigorous research, training and practice in real world projects as consultants, has led to the creation of this program, suited for individuals irrespective of age or industry. With courses on Morphological Analysis, Identifying and Formulating Contradictions and Size-Time-Cost (STC) Operator amidst many others, this program is a part of our endeavor to create a truly innovative workforce." (ANI)