Production Planning, Scheduling and Control

  • Start Date

    26 Oct, 2021

  • End Date

    29 Oct, 2021

  • Price

    ₦350,000

  • WiFi

    Free wifi

Event Details

Participants will gain appreciation and develop their own creative solutions in areas such as implementation of company-wide measurement and control systems, addressing inventory reduction challenge without compromising customer satisfaction.

 

CONTENT

Introduction to production planning and control

  • Purpose of production planning, order sequencing, production scheduling and production control
  • Manufacturing operation process - production philosophy
  • Advantages of production control
  • Sources of production control
  • Characteristics of modern manufacturing management - MRP II process

Frame work of production planning and control

  • Problems faced by production managers in diverse manufacturing units
  • Resolving the issues
  • Strategies for production planning and control

Master Production Scheduling (MPS)

  • Forecasting and demand management
  • Master production scheduling (MPS) activity
  • Symptoms of MPS
  • Aggregate planning
  • Work exercises

Capacity Requirement Planning

  • Capacity management and planning
  • Types of capacity planning
  • Factors affecting facility and capacity planning

Materials Requirement Planning (MRP II)

  • MRPII overview
  • Independent and dependent demands
  • Materials planning process

Inventory Control (IC)

  • Inventory planning involving management and control
  • Finished goods inventories control
  • Calculations on lot order sizing

Production Scheduling and Technique

  • Scheduling objectives
  • Job scheduling –Forward/Back scheduling
  • Input/output control
  • Dispatching rules –FIFS, ODD, SPT. Etc
  • Critical ratio rule

Theory of constraint (TOC) principles

  • What is TOC?
  • Bottleneck and non-bottleneck resources
  • Generic TOC principles
  • Drum-buffer-rope (DBR) scheduling

Just-In-Time Manufacturing

  • Principles of JIT
  • Identify the causes of JIT wastes
  • JIT manufacturing key activities and its features
  • JIT implementation and its draw back.
  • Continuous improvement
  • The primary causes of inventories
  • Schedule released and planned areas

 

FOR WHOM:

Operation/Production Managers, Technicians, Machine Operators, Supervisors, Directors, and others who are involved in the day to day activities in the manufacturing sector.

 

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

The training methodology combines lectures, discussions, group exercises and illustrations. Participants will gain both theoretical and practical knowledge of the topics. The emphasis is on the practical application of the topics and as a result participant will go back to the workplace with both the ability and the confidence to apply the techniques learned to their duties.

 

DATE

1ST BATCH:  2nd – 5th Feb, 2021

2ND BATCH: 8th – 11th June, 2021

3RD BATCH: 26th - 29th Oct, 2021

Other Dates

Start Date End Date
02 Feb, 2021 05 Feb, 2021
Start Date End Date
08 Jun, 2021 11 Jun, 2021
Start Date End Date
26 Oct, 2021 29 Oct, 2021
  • Venue

    Alpha Partners Professional Training Conference Centre. 200, Muritala Mohammed Way (3rd Floor), Yaba Lagos.

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