Good Manufacturing Practices (Online)
What are world class manufacturing practices? Why are some companies role modals for others? Is your company a leader or a follower? The programme intends to shed some light and is designed to provide the participants a good overview of what is generally required in terms of good practices in manufacturing, with key focus in the areas of quality, productivity, supervisory functions and other related components of manufacturing. With participation of personnel from various departments and functions, this program will achieve beyond its published contents by allowing teamwork and competitiveness to be enhanced.
Who Should Attend:
Experienced or new team leads, managers and senior managers.
1. to provide comprehensive understanding of the functions and roles of manufacturing planning
2. to acquire the appropriate concepts, techniques and practices to solve problems
3. to develop skills to motivate workers
4. to provide activities to enhance participants’ understanding and applications
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
1. Productivity, Quality Concepts & Measurements
– Why GMP?
– Types of Production System
2. Example of Productivity Measurements
– Productivity concept
– Key Volume Indicators
– Case Study
– Added Value
3. Roles & Functions of Supervisory Managers
– 3 Types of Supervisory Skills
– Human Matrix
4. ISO 9000 Standards & Total Quality Control
– TQC/TQM defined
– Worker-friendly Case
5. Quality Control Circles & Their 7 Techniques
– What is QCC?
– Objectives and Processes
– The 7 QC Tools
6. Total Productive Maintenance & 5S Housekeeping
– TPM & QEE
– Visual Factors
– 5S & Implementation
7. Industrial Ergonomics for Shopfloor Improvements
– Meaning & Scope of Ergonomics
2 days (9.00am ~ 5.00pm)
SMF Member: $520
Course fees before GST
Note that purchases of goods and services from GST-registered businesses before 1 Jan 2023 will be subject to GST at 7%, and purchases on or after 1 Jan 2023 will be subject to GST at 8%.
Note: Eligible company may qualify for course funding
Completed O-level and are able to speak, read and write in basic English
An applicant must be at least 18 years of age on admission to the programme.
1. All notice of withdrawal must be given in writing before the issuance of letter of confirmation. Once confirmation letter is sent to participant, no cancellation will be allowed or penalty charges will apply.
If notice of withdrawal is received:
– At least 1 week before commencement of the course, a 20% of the full course fee will be charged. For government-funded course, a 20% of full course fee before funding will be charged.
– Less than 1 week before commencement of the course, a 30% of the full course fee will be charged. For government-funded course, a 30% of full course fee before funding will be charged.
– No show on the scheduled date, a full course fee will be levied. For government-funded course, a full course fee before funding will be charged.
2. For all government-funded programmes (WSQ & Non-WSQ), funding is only applicable to:
– Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents
– Participants who have achieved at least 75% attendance and passed all required assessments
Full course fee will be charged to participants who fail to meet the above-mentioned criteria.
3. When a course is cancelled, fail to commence or fail to complete under unforeseen circumstances, participant is allowed to defer the intake at no cost or withdraw from the course; under such situation, a full refund of the advance payment will be given.
4. Notice of change in participant’s name must be given in writing, not less than 5 days before the course commencement date.
5. SMF CCL reserves the right, at our sole discretion, to change, modify or otherwise alter these terms and conditions at any time. Such modifications shall become effective immediately upon the posting thereof.
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1. The candidate has the right to disagree with the assessment decision made by the assessor.
2. When giving feedback to the candidate, the assessor must check with the candidate if he agrees with the assessment outcome.
3. If the candidate agrees with the assessment outcome, the assessor & the candidate must sign the Assessment Summary Record.
4. If the candidate disagrees with the assessment outcome, he/she should not sign in the Assessment Summary Record.
5. If the candidate intends to appeal the decision, he/she should first discuss the matter with the assessor/assessment manager.
6. If the candidate is still not satisfied with the decision, the candidate must notify the assessor of the decision to appeal. The assessor will reflect the candidate’s intention in the Feedback Section of the Assessment Summary Record.
7. The assessor will notify the assessor manager about the candidate’s intention to lodge an appeal.
8. The candidate must lodge the appeal within 7 days, giving reasons for appeal together with the appeal fee of $108.00 (inclusive of 8% GST).
9. The assessor can help the candidate with writing and lodging the appeal.
10. The assessment manager will collect information from the candidate & assessor and give a final decision.
11. A record of the appeal and any subsequent actions and findings will be made.
12. An Assessment Appeal Panel will be formed to review and give a decision.
13. The outcome of the appeal will be made known to the candidate within 2 weeks from the date the appeal was lodged.
14. The decision of the Assessment Appeal Panel is final and no further appeal will be entertained.
15. Please click the link below to fill up the Candidates Appeal Form.