The APICS Execution and Control of Operations course starts on Wednesday, January 27, 2016.
Execution and Control of Operations (ECO) is a CPIM training module that teaches you how to translate plans into operational activities and define and apply techniques in the operations field.
This 9-session course aims your staff at the next level of value, both to your organization and for themselves. It is very common for our students to return to their jobs the next day after a class with lots of ideas on how they can improve performance.
This 9-session course focuses on prioritizing and sequencing work, executing work plans, implementing controls, reporting activity results, and evaluating and providing feedback on performance. Topics covered:
- Planning Execution and Control Overviews
- Scheduling Production and Process Operations
- Push Systems – Schedules, Expediting, Order Releases, Dispatching, Staging/Kitting, WIP, Work Assignments, Materials, Capacity Resources
- Pull Systems – Kanban, visual reorder points, synchronizing productions, WIP, Count Points
- Planning capacity – Repetitive and mixed environments, processing industries
- Collaborative Supply Chain Materials Management
- Statistical Process Control – Monitoring supplier performance, quality audits, delivery performance
- Evaluating Performance – Inventory records, eliminate waste, reduce set up time
Our APICS trainers are experienced professional consultants and retired executives/managers who have the real world, day-to-day experience to make this material very understandable.
Nine training sessions on Wednesdays from 5:00 to 8:30 PM.
Student course workbook provided.
The course also now include online examination practice examination, and 80% of our students who take the exam pass it!
Domenico’s Italian Restaurant
236 W. Huntington Dr.
Monrovia, CA 91006
Phone: (626) 357-7975
Fees for early registration (more than 14 days before class start):
APICS member: $495; non-member: $550
To register click here (PayPal available)
Chuck Jones, Director of Marketing
Brittany Jones, Director of Education