Level 2 NVQ - Food Manufacturing Excellence

By: Business Impact UK Ltd  29/04/2013
Keywords: lean, Continuous Improvement, Waste Identification

Course review:

"Productivity", "Lean Thinking", "Continuous Improvement" and "Waste" - all these terms are synonymous with the Manufacturing Sector.

This qualification is designed for learners who are working in a food manufacturing environment or a supply chain environment. It offers a sustainable Continuous Improvement Programme for the workplace. Learners will have the opportunity to develop the skills and knowledge required to prove their competence at work.

Programme:

It explores the concept of continuous improvement and demonstrates how eliminating waste, reducing variation and preventing defects can dramatically improve business performance. Delivered at your workplace, the programme sees your employees implementing improvement projects on your shoop floor.

Units:

Units typically include; complying with statutory regualtions & organisational safety requirments, contributing to effective team working, applying workplace organisation techniques, applying continuous improvement (Kaizen) techniques, creating visual management systems, applying problem solving techniques and food manufacturing excellence knowledge.

Length:

Typically up to 20 weeks (depending on individual circumstances & company requirements)

Enrolement Session:

2.5 hours (max 12 per group)

Other Sessions:

Training sessions on the necessary tools & techniques to be agreed plus improvement projects

This qualification is also available at level 3

Keywords: Continuous Improvement, lean, Waste Identification

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