Tuesday 12 January 2010

Training at Maintec

Visitors to the MCP stand at Maintec 2010 in Birmingham (GB 2/3 Marckh 2010), will be able to spend time talking to hands-on training and consultancy experts. Of particular relevance, in the current climate, is that MCP can show how effective maintenance can reduce business costs, with typical ROI of 200% within 2 years.

New courses launched
Newly launched are the 2 day courses focused on Maintenance Explained for Operators, Technicians and Maintenances Staff, and how these can help develop a lean manufacturing strategy. These are run in parallel with Managing Plant Reliability courses which cover the new EC machinery directives.

National skills academy champion
As the champion for the Food and Drinks Manufacturing National Skills Academy, MCP can provide specialist advice for those in interested in improving the performance of their operatives in these sectors. The aim is to multi-skill operators and technicians to undertake maintenance, electrical and mechanical tasks safely.

Mechanical to electrical conversion
For the technician and engineer, specific technical training course are offered at centres around Britain. In particular City and Guilds mechanical to electrical conversion course are proving popular. Other courses include PLCs, Control and Instrumentation and 17th Edition electrical training

Speaker session
The speaker session at the seminars will be given by Peter Jackson: This is entitled
‘What about maintenance skills?’ In the current climate the desire to be ‘Lean’ means necessitates people needing a wider range of skills. Asset management encompasses a vast number of techniques and principles which require a clear understanding in order to be effective. To produce the desired results manufacturers need a structured approach to maintenance training. He will explain how a training framework (developed by MCP and NSA Food and Drink Manufacturing) will help deliver manufacturing excellence.

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