Course duration and cost
This is a 5 day course, Monday to Friday.
Remember, you need to have taken Module 1 Productivity Foundation before Module 2b, preferably on consecutive weeks.
This Module 2b costs £1,655 + VAT. This price includes examination, registration and Maynard/Accenture certification, a MOST® text book and a current data card. Other than the necessary £235 IMS 5-year Affiliate Membership, all other Institute fees for course registration and an externally marked examination are included in our published course fee.
Our fees also include the provision of comprehensive notes for each delegate’s future reference.
The successful completion of both Modules 1 and 2b result in an Institute qualification, the IMS Measurement Practitioner, which is recognised across all business sectors and in many overseas countries.
We always ask delegates on our training courses for their feedback so that we can monitor our performance and ensure we’re delivering the best possible learning experience. As well as an opportunity for general comments the feedback includes asking them to rate from 1 (poor) to 10 (great) the following questions:
How well did the course and content meet your expectations?
How much have you learnt during the course?
How well did you feel the course was presented?
How interesting was the course for you?
How equipped are you now to apply what you have learnt here in your workplace?
The current average for delivering this course, as assessed by our delegates, is 9.80
“Very well delivered by Ian. Kept the group interested. Teaching methods very personable.”
KM, Manufacturing sector, October 2022
“Ian is an excellent trainer. He is patient and explains everything very well. He offered additional support which was over and above expectations. Highly recommend trainer and assessor.”
GR, Manufacturing sector, July 2022
“Relaxed atmosphere and worked to everyone’s pace. Enjoyed the course”
JD, Manufacturing sector, June 2022
“Ian has been fantastic throughout, was always happy to review or assist if needed. I would happily recommend”
KR, Logistics sector, May 2022
“Ian did a great job bringing the subject matter to life. He used numerous real world examples to show how BasicMOST can be used outside of the prescribed card definition which will really help me applying in my role as an operating model modeller”
MB, Retail sector, March 2022
“Ian was patient, methodical and flexible throughout his teaching. He made the course enjoyable and supported all delegates when required. The course was interesting and presented very well.”
SB, Manufacturing sector, August 2021
“Ian was amazing and engaging. Very patient and gave us an opportunity to analyse and apply it to our job with conversations. This course would not have been as ‘fun’ if it wasn’t for Ian”
CS, Food Distribution sector, June 2021
“Great course, best tutor in the last 10 years. Good environment. Congratulations on a well delivered course.”
IS, Manufacturing sector, September 2019
“Great teacher, he was very patient and explains all well. Even for non native speaker it was easy to follow him and understand the content.”
AH, Distribution sector, May 2019
“Unlike other courses I found this one to be stimulating and challenging, which helped keep my attention on what the course was trying to teach me. One of the best courses I have ever been on.”
LR, Manufacturing sector, March 2019
“Lecturer presented the course with great knowledge. I feel I have managed to really understand the techniques taught and will have a use for these within my place of work. Thank you.”
AB, Automotive sector, February 2019
“Really enjoyed the course. Thanks for all your help.”
RJ, Distribution sector, January 2019
PF, Manufacturing sector, June 2018
“Really enjoyed this – thanks !”
RF, Retail sector, April 2018
“Excellent course, well delivered. I look forward to applying what I’ve learnt in the workplace.”
AG, Construction sector, Jan 2018
“A fantastic introduction to an interesting technique, well presented by David who ensured we’re fully equipped to use MOST in the workplace”
CH, Distribution sector, Nov 2017