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Hi All,
I have recently joined a Automotive Manufacturing Industry, can any one please suggest what type of training's can be taken to the employees.
What all employee awareness programs can be done in a manufacturing Industry.
Thanks & Regards,
Vini
9th January 2013 From India, Bangalore
Please move them closely, co-ordinationing with their managers then find them where they are lacking and give them training depends on the same.
9th January 2013 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Sir, Thanks for your positive reply. Only process oriented training will be conducted or can we do some knowledge based training’s also. Regards, Vini
9th January 2013 From India, Bangalore
Hi Vini,
Please mention the timings of training , then you may include the topics ESIC, PF, Safety Precautions and then soft skills, HR Polices like leave, resignation, notice period and what organization is doing for them so that they can feel that company is take caring of them.
9th January 2013 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Vini,

The whole automotive industry relies on supply chain efficiency. Therefore, managing supply chain is key to your growth.

However, managing supply chain is much easier said than done. For this you need to have long term relationship with your vendors. It is not just long term relationship but it should be collaborative relationship as well. Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has shown to the world that by treating vendors as business partners, how you can improve the competitiveness of your enterprise. You can implement best practices of TMC.

To do all this first you need to train your procurement professionals. For this, the right programme for you is "Strategic Procurement" You may click here to know details of this programme. If you wish to refer my profile, then you may click here.

In the field of purchase and inventory management, I do whole lot of programmes. If you wish to download the list, then you may download the attachment.

I have already conducted training for one automotive company located at Whitefield area of Bangalore. Another automotive major from Chennai had sent me to Pune to train their procurement professionals on "Negotiations Skills for Procurement Professionals".

Thanks and I look forward to here from you.

Dinesh V Divekar


9th January 2013 From India, Bangalore

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Dear Vini
You may browse through our 2 websites www.piiconsultants.com and www.sunilchandra.com

If you like the credentials you may revert.
We offer consultancy services for sustained growth as also training on a large number of topics to create a dedicated and engaged workshop.
Sunil Chandra
9818212290
9th January 2013 From India, Calcutta
- Good Manufacturing Procedure - Supply Chain Management - Purchasing and Inventory - Five S (5S)
10th January 2013 From Philippines, Taguig City
Dear Vini
Industrial safety including Safety in Materials Handling, Fire and Explosion Hazards, Use of Personal Protective Equipment will be the most appropriate and important theme/s for training. Best way is to undertake risk assessment in the work activities and decide on the training needs.
A good number of organisations and consultants are available to support your risk assessment and training needs. Details can be provided if you need.
Best wishes to your venture
Nityananda
+919866377183
10th January 2013 From India, Hyderabad
Dear VINI
For sustainability and growth of any business organization, training is a must for it's employees which should be an ongoing process and should include both Technical skills and Behavioral competencies including soft skills. On need based training you need to undertake a survey of the employees beforehand
and take suitable actions accordingly .Trainings should be both participative and interactive so that the purpose is more fruitful.
Any further assistance, may pl contact .
regards
bk mohanty
Advisor and Sr Consultant
9937822563
10th January 2013 From India, Bhubaneswar
Hi Vini,
On the manufacturing side of an industry you have to focus on supervisory skills, crisis communiication, conflict mangement, some leadership and mangerial skills programs. For front line sales persons there are retail outlet sales and product trainings which would be useful. Most auto manufacturers would already have quality and safety programs in place. If you want us to support you professionally, or need some more specific inputs, do write to me at , it would be a pleasure to revert.
We do have considerable exposure in both manufacturing and in automobiles industry. Regards, Pramod Akula
10th January 2013 From India, Delhi
Hi Vini,
In the automotive manufacturing industries main focus on delivery on time, Zero PPM, Zero accident, & Maintaining the 5-S on the shop Floor. And all these result you get from Shop-floor related staff. Mainly Workforce & supervisory Staff. If you want to get good result than focus on the bottom line staff & middle management. For any further assistance you can email me
Regard
Sunil K Chauhan
10th January 2013 From India, Calcutta
Dear Vini
In addition to all the suggestions given by our peers , I would like add:
. ISO / TS 16949 is the base. All employees must be aware of the requirements.
For processes SPC (Statistical Process Control) must be practised throughout the organisation
Also Training on Basic 7QC tools, Poka Yoke, Naze-Naze (Why-Why / Root cause Analysis) is a must for an Engineer's asenal of problem solving tools to reduce variation in the process and addressing Customer complaints.
The 8_Disciplines of problem solving / report writing will be a requirement to addressing customer complaints.
Also some Automotive customers follow the German spec : VDA version 6.2.
I hope that my input is relevant to your querry.
Best Regards
Audi Narasingam
11th January 2013 From Singapore, Singapore
Dear Vini,
To do it in a structured way you need to do a TNA (Training need analysis) by identifying the gaps between the management structure, Based on it you frame a training calender. You conduct Inbound training in the areas where major employees need to horn a particular skill set. You send participants to public program on specific topics.And there is the induction for new joinees / you could conduct induction programs if it has not been done earlier.
In the training calender you could put a mix of Behavioral & Technical aspects as per the organisation requirement. You can also conduct sessions on Statutory topics, Laws & Finance, where these are general topics as all employees need to know and benefit in their day to day life. We feel it would be a structured approach to follow in the long run. The training program would be followed by study on effectiveness,assessment, impact and ROI.
Rajah Mohan
Founder - ABC Staffing Solution
9444038115
11th January 2013 From India, Madras
Hai,
Vini
Good time to talk you i am to working the same field as you, i am struggle at first in fixing training programs on employees at automobile sector finally i come to know the soft skill training give more importance than the technical training programs so i suggest you to give an soft skill training at various level it helps to come up the employees in a good attitude and mentality.
Regds,
SANDEEP K K HR,
08606081094
11th January 2013 From India, Ernakulam
We should keep in mind that training is given to 1. fill up the gaps in performance/skills and 2. to prepare the employees for future assignments/requirements. To ascertain these gaps and requirements a training need analysis (TNA) is to be done in the first place. Then you have to draw the training programes to meet these needs. How you conduct the TNA depends on the size and structure of the company.
11th January 2013 From India, Madras
Dear,
i am not believe the old methods of training just think one, today employees are a smart worker they have the potential to do the things but the attitude will not be reach that level , here we wants develop a KSA of the employees bcs the 100% of result given by the attitude formation.
11th January 2013 From India, Ernakulam
Hi Vini,
As you are looking for awareness programs relevant to the manufacturing Industry, I would suggest checking out the cycle1 courses from The "Supply Chain Foundation" (SCF). The entry course is available in most large cities in India. Best Regards, Olivier BRUSLE
11th January 2013 From Belgium, Brussels
Hi Mr Vini
Iam Rajendra ,a corporate consultant for the past 15 years, I take up all the CAD?CAM trainings for the Manufacturing and Design Industry.
For any CAD/CAM training or softskill training you can call me on 9845659190 or mail rajendra (dot) kodangi (at) gmail (dot) com
Regards
Rajendra
11th January 2013 From India, Bangalore
Dear Vini
I assume the training program you are looking is for Employee Development. ( not process specific or technical)
The best training for Understanding who you are , what you are meant to be and Understanding the value of others is NLP.
Numerous companies have benefited out of this program. The best in class low cost - high quality is www INDIANNLP com.
or you may try www Shinota com.
Regards
Alex
12th January 2013
Dear Vini,
I am sure you have professionals working in Projects and Product Development Divisons.
We at PM-Skills, serve practitioners and organizations in understanding good project management practices and using tools. We can conduct MS-Project Training in your office. At PM Skills, our mission is to offer best training and consultancy services to meet all your corporate Project Management requirements. We have served clients like Crompton Greaves, Juniper Networks,Quest
Pl. do visit our web-site PM Skills - Home , to learn more. Call us to discuss more! Looking forward to discussing your training needs.
Regards.
-Ulhas
17th January 2013 From India, Mumbai
DEAR VINI,
Greetings the morning
Before days i am too face the same problems to identify the needs and wants of the employees in our concern for the continuous evaluation and repeated observation,questionnaire,closed observation helps to me to identify the specific needs of the employee in the manufacturing industries Dear vini pls mention your company name and email id.you can accept or reject my views bcs am just an entry person in hr and need analysis ways so i hope you should taken my words on the same manner.now am going to an detailed evaluation process if you need any help from my side you can codacts me at8606081094
Thanks&Regards
SANDEEP K GOVIND
HR ADVICER
18th January 2013 From India, Ernakulam
Hi
I am looking for a specimen of a blue print for initiatig skill development programme for workers shop floor employees of a company with 7000 workers in its rolls.
I am looking forward in getting your help to prepre a blue print for srarting in-house, skill development training programmes.
Regards,
T,P,V. Ravindran
23rd February 2013 From India, Bangalore
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