Manufacturing Control Courses

The control of manufacturing processes requires leadership toward reduction of waste in the production environment.

Overview

The control of manufacturing processes requires leadership toward reduction of waste in the production environment. This includes the understanding of lean concepts and total quality management.

Manufacturing Control Courses:

SCML04 - Gen Man: JIT & Lean Manufacturing

The Just In Time (JIT) Manufacturing is a planning system that allows you to optimize your inventory. You will be able to interpret what you need to produce, when, and how many units. The Just In Time system is an example of a pull system. It depends on the demand and it does not rely on the traditional push system where mass production occurs. One of the main advantages to your organization when you adopt the JIT system is that you will be reducing waste and decreasing the costs. You will have less inventory and you will only produce goods when they are needed. This qualification is intended for people working in the manufacturing environment or those who want to work in a manufacturing environment.

SCMSP04 - Manufacturing & Resources

The Lean Manufacturing Principles Skills Program is often called Just In Time (JIT) or Agile Manufacturing. It is an operating strategy that seeks to maximize operational effectiveness by creating value in the eyes of the end user/customer. Lean Manufacturing Principles can improve operating performance by focusing on the uninterrupted flow of products and materials through the value stream.

GWIPLM11a - Inventory in a Manufacturing Environment

Manufacturing is the process of converting raw materials and components into finished products. Different approaches to manufacturing will have a different impact on the quantity and type of inventory required to service the production facility. Issuing material to production and receiving unused material back into stock are important functions.

GSMPLM08 - Production Control

The lowest level of the planning hierarchy is the execution and control of production. This includes scheduling for daily jobs for manufacturing, daily management and optimizing of resources.

GSMPLM09 - Total Quality Management

There is much more to quality than just producing product without any defects. Achieving and managing consistently high levels of quality means continually pursuing excellence: ensuring that whatever your organization does, it is done with quality in mind.

US0703 - Material Requirements Planning

Having the right material at the right time to meet the production plan is a critical factor in keeping the supply chain running efficiently. To get the material requirements right, one needs to understand how demand is generated.

US0702 - Capacity Requirements Planning

Having the right material at the right time to meet the production plan is a critical factor in keeping the supply chain running efficiently. To get the material requirements right, one needs to understand how demand is generated.

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