ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Gert Oberholster has many years of experience in different aspects of Production, Project, Logistics and Quality Management while being employed by various organisations. At present he is a self-employed professional, where he makes use of process consultation techniques to operate, on assignment, as an independent advisor in the fields of Quality, Project and Production Management. He is a part time university lecturer and has 8 years’ experience in facilitation; assessments; moderations; training; education and basic auditing. He has done courses in all major areas in South Africa; Namibia; Zambia; Tanzania and Ghana. It is his experience that counts the most.
Gert has received training on the Toyota Production Systems at the Toyota Manufacturing plant in Durban. Toyota is the worlds’ most productive company, and their Kaizen champions know how to instil productivity into any other type of organisation. He is also familiar with lean manufacturing; Just in Time and other productivity systems while working with Volkswagen; Mercedes; BMW; Nampak and other dynamic organisations.
He holds a degree in Project Management, and supporting qualification in Production, Quality; Logistics and HR.
Price per person: R9,900.00 for 5 Days
“Our Quality and Service makes us different”
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17 - 21 March 2014
Jhb / Mpumalanga
Effective & Reliable Maintenance provides a competitive edge in many companies. Effective planning and scheduling contribute significantly to the following:
Improved maintenance systems improve people and motivation as a consequence. It is no secret that good leaders create good followers. Maintenance Planning and Scheduling is all about improving quality of maintenance work by adopting the best methods and procedures and assigning the most qualified workers for the job. The true benefit of effective maintenance is an inventory and production improvement in TAKT time; Cycle time; Basic time and Standard time.
This planning training is packed with the insights and the powerful techniques of successful maintenance planning and scheduling for high equipment reliability.
The comprehensive content introduces you to best practice maintenance planning and scheduling systems and explains how to produce great task productivity and maintenance work quality. You learn what to do and why to do it so you can get the production plant back into operation faster and running for longer.
The objectives of this course includes an understanding of:
Practical exercises of the different tools to help delegates find the tools that are easiest for them or that work best under certain conditions.
The ratio of theory to practical is: 10% theory; 90% practical; including working on soft copies.
Case Studies will be provided and worked through with delegates in a separate workbook supplied.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This course is designed for:
Course Duration: 5 Days
SAAMA Accredited: 5 CPD Points
Cell Number: 074 876 4437
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“Our quality and service makes us different”