Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
V.Raghunathan
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Boss2966
Industrial Relations
Sarojdeka
Hr-professional
NK SUNDARAM
Soft Skill Trainer / Hr Consultant - India
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In a manufacturing company, What are the keen areas in which a continuous training should be provided, to make out a change in the organization. As i need to arrange some trainings in my organisation, but that should give an output to the company
From India, New Delhi
Hello HR 576
The details provided are inadequate.
Still you can build up your training programme on the basis of following questions.
1.0 What does your company manufacture?
2.0 Is it Engineering/ Process/ Chemicals/Others?
3.0 Who are your customers?
4.0 What are your raw materials?
5.0 What are the manufacturing steps?
6.0 How much power, water are required?
7.0 What is the current level of rejects/
8.0 What is the capacity?
9.0 Who are the competitors?
10.0 What is your company’s standing?
11.0 Training is to be given at what level?
12.0 Does management support the idea of training and improvement?
Once you gather answer to all the above queries, you can get in touch with
a suitable consultant to design and conduct a programme.
V.Raghunathan……………………………………… Navi Mumbai

From India
company policy vision
mission ethics
TQM approach
Quality policy importance customer care
Quality system Environment system
Safety
Waste identification
Waste elimination
Team and team work
Continuous improvement
Inter personal relation ship
Culture modification
Internal customer concept
Problem solving capabilities
decision making tools
Value Engineering
Process based approach to problems
Positive attitude
Communication
Time management

From India, Coimbatore
Hi,
First fix your output matrix
without finalizing training output you cann't measure / evaluate training program / session.
we need to indentify critical area for operation
BRgds/ Saroj Kumar Deka

From India, New Delhi
In any organisation, there will be constant inflow and outflow of employees. Therefore, technical or softskill programmes should happen as a matter of routine or, in other words, training programmes should be institutionalised. Normally softskill or behavioural skill programmes are conducted depending upon the need. Such programmes should be held as a matter of routine but should be need based. For achieving this, there should be training need analysis and also if the institution has a proper performance management system, it can also throw up needs. So one has to go by these factors for determining training programmes. Basically, in a manufacturing unit, Team Handling, Team Spirit, Leadership Skills, Time Management, Problem Solving, Decision making, Work Life Balance, Stress Management programmes are desirable ones.
From India
Hello HR576,
When you ask some query to others, business etiquettes demand disclosure of your name, what you produce, your designation, your role in organisation etc.
Now coming to your query. Three ratios are most important in manufacturing viz. inventory Turnover Ratio, Overall Equipment Effectiveness Ratio and Line Stoppage Ratio. Measure these ratios. Find out what needs to be done to increase these ratios and you will get replies to your question.
Thanks,
Dinesh V Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Dear HR576
Alongwith the above work related training programmes you can add up some soft skill development training programmes and life style changing training programmes to the top level and medium level managerial staff will surely increase productivity of your organisation.

From India, Kumbakonam
First of all any training is organised based on need. If there is a need for training in a certain area then you design a training programme. It also depends on the level of participants. It cannot be one- size- fits- all type. Therefore first analyse the training needs. Secondly decide on the training objectives. Thirdly decide about the training outcome you desire in terms of Knowledge, Skill and Attitude. Based on such analysis only the contents of training can be arrived at.
From India, Madras
Dear All
Thanks for your suggestions, My company is medium scale bearing manufacturing company and most of our employees are workers, who are not much qualified(8th passed). And our process includes more machine operating activities. So luking at these situations please suggest what kind of training should i arrange.
I have got to know 1 pain area of my company, i.e Material handling (of bearings). Can please any one provide me the training material for "material handling".
Regards
Neha

From India, New Delhi
Dear Neha,
With all friends suggested above will definitely suit your organization
Coming to material Handling kindly talk to your production manager and know the Do's & Dont's for Handling material and frame a standard operating procedure and display the charts on ( DO's & Dont's on how to handle material ) which you should see and formulate as per your company requirements.......It's so simple and all your problems may sought out........

From India, Bangalore

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