Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Performing Manufacturing

By: Business Impact UK Ltd  09/10/2013
Keywords: Performing Manufacturing Opertions

Programme: This NVQ at Level 2 covers a range of manufacturing processes which are common to a variety of industries and sectors. It is suitable for operators engaged in a wide range of production / operational processes. Confirmation of competence is assessed via a series of on the job observations each with a review and is carried out during normal working hours. Units: The qualification includes training which could be in the following areas; workplace organisation, the identification and elimination of waste, operational effectiveness, team work & communication and improvement & productivity. Or can be agreed by the company to meet internal requirements. Target: Any staff on the shop floor involved in production & operations Benefits: • Improved business performance to assist in winning contracts • Maximise profits and revenues • Helps reduce workplace accidents • Improves employee morale and motivation • Highlights the skill of the workforce to existing and potential customers • Buy into the best methods of working from employees and maybe a starting point for a learning journey *16-18 Fully funded, 19+ Co funded Get Trained, Get Paid, Get Qualified!

Keywords: Performing Manufacturing Opertions

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