Who should attend
Production planners, executive logistics managers, heads of departments, managers and specialists in production planning
Why should you attend this course
Production planning is business continuity planning. Based on this function, the course is a guide of techniques and tools to support production planners. The course orients trainees towards an integrated approach to planning at the organization level and with priority the production process.
What is the structure of this course?
Chapter 1: PLANNING PROCESS
Priority versus Production Capacity
Production planning control system - presenting the general structure
Terms and concepts used in production planning
Chapter 2: PLANNING PROCESS OF SALES AND OPERATIONS (SALES AND OPERATIONS PLANNING) Business Plan Presentation
Relationships in the planning process of sales and operations
Data input and output of S & OP process
Market equilibrium between demand and production
Product families - Provision codes
Chapter 3: FORECAST
The importance of forecast and forecast impacted areas
Pyramid forecasting Roll-up & Force down
Chapter 4: MASTER PLANNING PROCESS (Master Scheduling)
Terms and concepts
Sales and operations planning (S &OP) and Master Plan
Entries in the Master Planning (Master Scheduling) and its results
The relationship between production plan and Master Plan
Master Planning process within the business community
RCCP rough capacity planning and validation of Master Plan
The Final Assembly Plan (Final Assembly Schedule)
Chapter 5: CAPACITY PLANNING PROCESS IN DETAIL
The CRP model- Inputs / Outputs
Load balancing and capacity
Models load production capacity
Chapter 6: Capacity Management. CRP MODEL (Capacity Requirement Planning)
Dr. Goldratt –Theory of Constraints
Programming concept “Drum-buffer-rope”
Identify the constraints and loading Bottleneck type work centers
Methods of balancing the loads generated by production orders and production capacity
Chapter 7. INVENTORIES IN PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
MRP logic in the planning of production and supply WIP materials, SS, reordering Point
For a group of 10-14 participants we can run an in-house course that can be delivered at your headquarter or in any location of your choice, on a mutually agreed date.
"Rich in information and creative. Now I know what to change and what to improve in the work that I develop.
A theoretical experience necessary to improve practical production process. "