Forrest Breyfogle was honored for his cutting-edge approach to traditional Six Sigma methodologies in his book, Implementing Six Sigma, 2nd edition (ISS2) at the 2005 American Society for Quality (ASQ) World Conference. ISS2 referred by many as the "how to" book recommended by ASQ, and is now receiving the coveted Phillip B. Crosby Medal. This honor is presented to the individual who has authored a distinguished book contributing significantly to the extension of the philosophy and application of the principles, methods, or techniques of quality management. Forrest has authored or co-authored eleven books, published over 150+ technical articles for a wide range of publications, and has been interviewed by television, radio, and publication editors about managing the dynamics of organizations and the application of all forms of enterprise improvement methodologies.
At Clacton County High School we work with a range of partners to ensure that we offer the widest choice of courses.
The North East Essex Education Partnership consists of schools in the Tendring and Colchester area. It aims to improve teaching and learning and expand opportunities for our students attending the Partnership schools.
The NEEEP Partnership consists of Clacton County High School, Harwich and Dovercourt High School, The Stanway School, The Gilberd School, Manningtree High School, Thomas Lord Audley School and St Helena High School.
Many of our students will have the opportunity to work with students from these schools as part of the 'Working Towards an A Grade' Maths workshop held at Colchester United’s ground.
Participants will discover some unique techniques that can dramatically improve skills, sophistication and confidence needed to enhance their business image. These three-day course will help teach participants how to develop the right business leadership philosophy required to: