A manufacturing professional is always on his feet, ready to tackle real-time challenges. A manufacturing professional with enough experience will have prior knowledge of the situations at hand. Presence of mind is key in this sector, as any mistake will derail the entire production of the end product, bringing in significant losses.
A Certified Manufacturing Professional will have the right tools to navigate through mishaps in the production process. With a detailed view of what to do at each point of the production.
Who Can Enroll:
A person with a proven track record in Manufacturing, with 4 to 8 years’ of experience in the field.
- Assessing the overall effectiveness of operations.
- Assessing the effectiveness of equipment.
- Finding the Total Effective Equipment Performance.
- Right First Time – How to adopt this methodology to prevent future losses to the company.
- Comprehensive practical training to enforce theoretical principles.
- Limited Registrations, effective presentations.
- Course can be customized to the needs of different businesses and LOGO added to presentations.
- Course cost covers training sessions, a set of comprehensive notes, support material, templates and hand-outs with soft copy.
- Professionally planned, prepared and presented.
- Internationally recognized certificate for lifetime validity of training completion. (For this, Participants must achieve 80% in the CHOOLS exam)
- Support from subject matter experts. Query Handling Facility
Industry related project support. Career guidance and candidate promotion.
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