After analysing the gap in the company how we can provide effective training for the employees in a manufacturing plant?
From India, Mumbai
Based on the competency gap found how we will be able to collect data just by observing the employees in a manufacturing plant?
From India, Mumbai
Dinesh Divekar
6870

Business Mentor, Consultant and Trainer
Dear friend,
If you are from manufacturing company, then for your business controlling the following costs is important:
a) Inventory Carrying Cost of Raw Materials
b) Work in Progress (WIP) Inventory Costs
c) Inventory Carrying Cost of Finished Goods
d) Capital costs to run the operations
e) Capacity costs
f) Maintenance costs
g) Quality costs
h) Inspection costs
Therefore, your focus should be on controlling the above costs and not on the enhancement of the competency per se. What if the competencies are built but the costs are not reduced? That will be ineffective training. Therefore, you may decide your priorities on the business requirements or the competencies of the staff.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Hi,Myself Prashali. working with Pvt Ltd. company as HR .company comes into sheet metal works and fabrications, LOcated at Bhosari(Pune) in my company manpower is 35 Nos. .
I want to take all types of training related to my company profile.
Anyone please suggest me topic for training as weli as trainer.

From India, Pen
The competency is to be reduced for the operators whose skills are less.
From India, Mumbai
V.Raghunathan
1317

Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill Specialist
Both the questions raised by anonymous are unclear.
It is mentioned that the GAP has been found and analysed.
This means at least two inputs are available and they are
1 DESIRED LEVEL (Standard)
2 EXISTING LEVEL,
gap being the difference between the two.
In my view the above is possible only after taking the necessary data. After this follows process to determine the type of training required, be it functional or behavioral.
V.Raghunathan
Chennai

From India
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