Sales and Operations Planning is a Process… Using the PDCA improvement/problem solving method provides an approach that will help you dramatically improve your Sales, Inventory, Capacity and Operations Plans and your company’s performance.
Corby: 28 - 29 March, 27 - 28 June, 26 - 27 September 2017
Fees: Standard fee £650
For further information please click Sales & Operation Planning.pdf or email email@example.com or tel 01536 740166.
When: 3 April 2017, 2pm
Speaker: Adrian Botham, Director at Servispart Consulting
The inaugural event from the new S&OP, Service and Servitisation Forum
We know servitisation can be a transformational game changer for manufacturers looking to increase growth, improve competitiveness and increase customer retention, but what about their customers and industry partners? What are the opportunities for them, if any?
Servitisation is often described by academics as a long, complicated process but it doesn’t have to be that way. Some manufacturers are accelerating their service transformation process and creating more value for their customers via the use of innovative 3PL partnering.
One of the UK’s leading servitisation and aftermarket specialists, Adrian Botham, will present, discuss and explore a real-life practical example of how partnering with a 3PL enabled an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to access new business opportunities with dramatic benefits for its customer too.
The webinar will be held on 3 April 2017, from 14:00 and consist of a 30-40 minute presentation to allow time for questions. Those who register and fail to attend will still be able to access a recording of the webinar for a short time afterwards but will obviously lose the opportunity to ask questions during the live webinar. We therefore encourage all registrants to attend live.
Follow this link to register your place today: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5882967031771614723
The purpose of this course is to deliver the knowledge and understanding of the key elements of warehouse management practice that are fundamental to commercial organisations.Course content: Picking methodology; Warehouse technology; Performance measurement; Health and safety and current legislation; Key performance indicators Learning outcomes: Course participants will learn the key management issues of getting the product to the customer on time, in full, to the right place, in the right condition, with the right paperwork and at the right cost. They will also learn how to adhere to the five basic tenets of warehouse management: accuracy, efficiency, safety, security and cleanliness. Benefits: Implementing efficient and effective management systems and harnessing new technology as appropriate can help warehouse operations contribute to the organisation’s overall increased profitability.Who this course is for:Junior and middle management requiring a greater insight into the role of the warehouse in today’s supply chain or senior managers seeking a more detailed understanding of warehousing.
Where: Corby, Northants
Dates: 19 - 20 April, 3 - 4 October 2017.
Cost: Member - £795 including toolkit
For further information click here, Warehouse Management.pdf or contact Professional Development, tel: 01536 740166 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This globally recognised course is focussed on the knowledge and skills required by those either involved in planning or who need a good understanding of planning techniques. This is one of the core modules in the APICS CPIM programme but is also a valued subject in its own right.
It is strongly recommended that delegates complete the BSCM module prior to selecting this course.
In MRP participants explore and learn to apply the principles of demand management, sales and operations planning, master scheduling, distribution planning, and to identify conditions that require action. This module evaluates knowledge of both supply and demand planning for mid- to long-term independent demand.
This course consists of 8 sessions covering a wide range of topics in detail. Topics include forecasting demand, demand management and customer service, distribution planning, S&OP and master scheduling, managing master scheduling and many more.
Delegates are required to pass an on-line, multiple-choice test to gain APICS recognition for this course.
Dates: 24 - 27 April 2017
For further information please call Professional Development 01536 740166 email email@example.com
When: 8 May 2017, 2pm
Speaker: Derek Small, Derek has worked around the world on six continents in sales, finance, procurement, production planning and operations management. He has become specialist in creating change leadership programmes. He is a committed life-long learner. He is passionate about helping businesses and organisations to do better, and has also gifted some of his time to helping students become better leaders.
At a time when there is much uncertainty in what the political future will bring, the only thing we can control is what we do and how we run our businesses and organisations. The best way to predict the future is to create it. Used properly Key Performance Indicators are an effective way to do this.Derek Small is an expert in managing the end to end performance of manufacturing operations. He will identify how to measure performance in a way that delivers your goals whilst avoiding sub-optimal or even poor overall outcomes.He will show ways in which we can more usefully respond to KPIs, and – perhaps – get rid of some of those that mislead management thinking and subvert overall business performance. You tend to get what you measure, and what gets rewarded gets repeated – even if it leads to the wrong results.
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This globally recognised course is focussed on the knowledge and skills required by those either involved in scheduling, or who need a good understanding of scheduling techniques. This is one of the core modules in the APICS CPIM programme but is also a valued subject in its own right.
DSP provides participants with a working knowledge of the tools and techniques for inventory planning, including planning techniques such as MRP, CRP, lean, TOC. Participants understand the effect of using each technique; know standard measurements for inventory, materials, capacity and supplier performance; and recognise when to escalate issues.
This course consists of 9 sessions covering a wide range of topics in detail. Topics include inventory policies and planning, using the material planning process, MRP mechanics, MRP outputs and managing projects, detailed capacity planning and management, supplier relationships and many more.
Delegates are required to pass an on-line, multiple-choice test is required to gain APICS recognition for this course.
Dates: 12 - 15 June 2017
Standard Fee £950.00
For further information click here or contact PD on 01536 740166
This course focuses on stock control for bought-in items, finished goods and general stores stock control. It will demonstrate how to reduce inventory investment and how to assess and react to changing customer requirements to deliver the best customer service. In addition, it will show how to integrate the inventory effectively into the supply chain, maximising control without increasing the workload.
Corby 19 - 20 June, 9 - 10 October 2017.
Cost: £650 - Standard Fee
For further information click here, Inventory Control Techniques.pdf or contact Professional Development, tel: 01536 740166 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is designed to show the opportunities for the development of processes and structures, the variety of techniques available and their application. It will also demonstrate how to ensure successful MRP and lean operations together with the distribution of involvement and responsibility.
Corby: 21 - 22 June, 11 - 12 October 2017
Cost: £650.00 – Standard
For further information click Effective Manufacturing.pdf, contact Professional Development, tel: 01536 740166 or email: email@example.com
This globally recognised course is focussed on teaching participants how to translate plans into operational activities and define and apply techniques in the operations field. This is one of the core modules in the APICS CPIM programme but is also a valued subject in its own right.
Location: Corby Dates: 14 - 17 February 2017, 21 - 24 August 2017
For further information please see link attached or call Professional Development 01536 740166 email firstname.lastname@example.org
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