Lean manufacturing competitiveness programme
Lean manufacturing competitiveness programmeNew Delhi, Oct 31 (KNN) In order to enhance productivity and competitiveness of MSME units by reduction of wastages in the manufacturing processes, inventory management, space management and energy consumption, the National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD) is organising a programme to build awareness on lean manufacturing.
The five day training programme which is a part of the Asia Lean Manufacturing Awareness Series is scheduled to be held from December 8 to 12, 2014 at the NIESBUD Noida campus.
The event is sponsored by I am SME of India Association, EnKing International Technical Academy , Germany, EKI Energy Services Limited , India and True Quality Certifications Pvt Ltd, India.
On successful completion of the programme, candidates will receive an International Lean Manufacturing Practitioner Certificate and will apply the lean tools to a live practice project.
The implementation of LM technologies in an enterprise will lead to increasing return to scale such as economy of scale that reduce per unit production cost, increased productivity of the enterprises and enhanced competitiveness in domestic and overseas markets.
Participants will learn about LMC scenario in India, application procedure to become approved LMC by MSME Development Commissioner, how to become successful LM consultant in India, application procedure to become LMC, how to win a cluster advisory service, how to prepare detail study report and how to prepare milestone based report.
The programme is suitable for quality management consultants, top and middle level management personnel of small, medium and large scale companies, production managers and executives, quality assurance engineers, project managers, team leaders, software professionals, management team of organizations who intend to implement and practice LM and future managers including management students.
There will be detailed expert lectures on LM techniques approved by MSME DC scheme including 5S System, visual control, standard operating procedures, just in time, KANBAN System, cellular layout, value stream mapping, poka yoke or mistake proofing and many more.
India has around one crore manufacturing SMEs and about 1000 potential clusters.
DCMSME is implementing up-scaled LMC Scheme for the benefit of MSMEs during the 12th five year plan, after successful completion of the pilot phase. The scheme will be implemented in 500 mini clusters during this period. (KNN/ST)