MANUFACTURING TRAINING FOR WORKING PROFESSIONALS
In Academy of Business Training manufacturing training classes, working professionals, from front-line workers to executive management, will learn to optimize their operations through efficient design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of manufacturing activities with the objectives of creating net value, building a competitive infrastructure, leveraging logistics, synchronizing supply with demand, and measuring performance. Emphasis is placed on the emerging technologies disrupting the entire supply chain. The Academy of Business Training is the leading U. S. provider of short term (1 – 5 days) college-level manufacturing courses. We use the same textbooks, by well-known publishers like Cengage Learning and Pearson, as major colleges and universities. The most significant difference between us and a college or university is ABT instructors have a minimum of 30 years business experience and have held a senior management position for at least five years in the course they are teaching. Most business school instructors come from an educational background and have very little on the job experience (remember the movie Back to School with Rodney Dangerfield). When you take an ABT business training class, you are learning from a business professional trained in facilitative learning…not educators with no experience.
Industry Related Courses
In the Cost Accounting Training Course, students will learn the accounting process used for the recording, classifying, analyzing, summarizing, allocating, and evaluating all key costs, including inventory valuation, job costing, production process costing, standard costing, and fixed costs such overhead and depreciation of capital equipment, to enable management to consider various alternative courses of action and control of costs based on cost efficiency and company capability.
Maximizing Profits through the Integration of Lean, Six Sigma, and the Theory of Constraints will show you how to draw the best from Lean and Six Sigma by employing principles drawn from the Theory of Constraints. This approach will ensure your effort is focused in the right place, at the right time, using the right tools, and the right amount of resources. This multi-pronged approach addresses cost accounting, variation, waste, and performance measurements. But most importantly, it focuses your organization on the right areas to optimize.
In the MRO Planning and Scheduling Course students will learn the administrative processes that cover all aspects of operations, from workforce activities to asset maintenance, repair, and overhaul that take place in a fleet MRO operation.
In the production planning, scheduling, and control course students will learn the administrative processes that cover all aspects of operations, from workforce activities to product delivery, that take place in a manufacturing company. The course examines the basic concepts of what to produce, when to produce, how much to produce, etc. to create finished products.
Six Sigma has taken the corporate world by storm and represents the thrust of numerous efforts in manufacturing and service organizations to improve products, services, and processes. Although Six Sigma brings a new direction to quality and productivity improvement, its underlying tools and philosophy are grounded in the fundamental principles of total quality and continuous improvement that have been used for many decades. Nevertheless, Six Sigma has brought a renewed interest in quality and improvement that few can argue with, and has kept alive the principles of total quality developed in the latter part of the 20th Century.
In the supply chain management (SCM) training class, working professionals will learn to optimize their supply chain operations through efficient design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of supply chain activities with the objectives of creating net value, building a competitive infrastructure, leveraging logistics, synchronizing supply with demand, and measuring performance.