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Wandering Kitchen

March 21, 2018

11:00 am

- 2:00 pm

Ridgeway car park, Second Avenue, Harwell Campus, OX11 0QQ

Enjoy a walk and delicious lunch outdoors.

Soleluna – Wood fired pizza
Feed me eat me – Middle Eastern Wraps
Deux Chevaux Espresso – specialty coffee

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Springboard: Work and Personal Development for Women (Four Full Day Workshops)

May 8, 2018

Satellite Applications Catapult, Harwell Campus


Springboard is a hugely successful, award winning development programme for women. It has run previously at STFC, MRC and Diamond Light Source and also runs in many universities and other organisations. It supports women in their professional and personal progression, benefiting both individuals and their organisations, and contributes to diversity agendas.
Please see the website for details:
Lean 6 Sigma Yellow Belt (APMG)/Fundamentals of Green Belt Course (ILM) 26 – 29 March (4 days)

March 26, 2018

Explosive Learning Solutions,
4 The Terraces,
Harwell Campus

To book, please email fiona.smart@harwellcampus.com

Lean Six Sigma is a management approach to business performance improvement that has blended the two individual specialisms of Lean and Six Sigma.

The application of Lean Six Sigma allows quality and efficiency improvements to be effectively realized. The focus of Lean is about speed, efficiency and taking waste out of a process. Six Sigma focuses on effectiveness and removal of errors.

When combined and implemented properly it can be a powerful management tool that can greatly improve an organization’s performance, by providing a structured approach to resolving problems.

Who is the Yellow Belt for?

This belt is suitable for anyone who wants to learn basic Lean Six Sigma principles and the most important Lean Six Sigma instruments. Yellow Belts are experienced with the processes in daily practice and are therefore often involved in leading Kaizen projects or they are team member in a Green or Black Belt project.

For further course information and booking details please visit the website

Contract Management (Theories, Principles and Good Practice in Contract Sourcing) 22 – 23 April (2 days)

March 22, 2018

Explosive Learning Soulutions,
4 The Terraces,
Harwell Campus

Masterclass in the Principles and Practice in Contract Management, relationship building and ensuring realistic and achievable measures are in place to track contract progress and deliver value expected


  1. Understanding behaviours in Contract Management
  2. Identify key stakeholders and implementation of the contract
  3. Identify contract performance and implementation
  4. Understand enforcement options and impacts
  5. Effective closure of a contract and enduring rights

For further information and booking details please visit the website

SME Accountancy

March 20, 2018

Supplier – Richardsons Chartered Accountants

Details and Eventbrite booking links to follow. For further information and to be added to the invitation list for Connect Harwell Workshops, please contact

First Aid At Work Requalification – 2 day course

March 20, 2018

9:00 am

- 4:00 pm


Description: Existing workplace first aiders who need to renew their qualifications in compliance with Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations.

Learning Hours: 12 hours

Cost: £190+VAT

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