The units of competency in the qualification have been organised into flexible work based training with learner guides and some question and answer projects and also some data gathering projects. The program will include units of competency which are the basic knowledge units, these units are generic across all manufacturing codes. The trainer would need to tailor the units using enterprise production data and workplace specific information i.e. Production Schedules, Q.A manuals, Customer Specs, budgets and actual financial outcomes, inventory levels against production needs.
The government understands the nation’s competitive advantage is based on human capital, so a portion of Government revenue is given back in employer training incentives. This covers up to 100% of training undertaken by your team.
As an RTO (Registered Training Organisation) we are able to offer you the availability of having your employees trained and competent to a Government Certification Accreditation.
There is Government funding of up to $4,000 per person currently available to the employer for eligible participants enrolling in one of our nationally accredited programs.
The Government funding is all organised by us in conjunction with the New Apprenticeship Centre (NAC) in accordance with State Training Authority Guidelines.
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To achieve a Certificate III in Competitive Manufacturing, a total of 8 units must be completed.
MCMS200A APPLY COMPETITIVE MANUFACTURING PRACTICES
- This unit covers the skills needed to implement basic improvement practices within a competitive manufacturing organisation. The unit focuses on bringing together the basic concepts and the holistic application of these basic concepts and processes to manufacturing. It would typically be carried out working as part of a team.
MCMS401A ENSURE PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS ARE SUSTAINED
- This unit covers the knowledge and skills needed to ensure that the gains which have been made by using improved methods, processes and equipment are sustained as the new base line/standard to the team's area of work and so prevent regression to former practices, or digression to less efficient practices.
MCMT410A LEAD CHANGE IN A MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENT
- This unit covers the knowledge and skills needed by people who are given the responsibility of leading change processes in a manufacturing organisation. The change may be occurring in manufacturing or in the support functions of maintenance office, warehousing etc.
MCMT440A LEAD 5S IN A MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENT
- This unit covers the competencies needed to facilitate and improve the 5s housekeeping environement.
MCMT432A ANALYSE MANUAL HANDLING PROCESSES
- This unit covers the knowledge and skills to analyse manual handling in terms of its efficiency and safety.
MCMT450A UNDERTAKE PROCESS CAPABILITY IMPROVEMENTS
- This unit covers the knowledge and skills required by a team leader/technical expert to analyse data from the process, develop improvements to eliminate variation due to assignable causes and them implement actions.
MCMT240A APPLY 5S PROCEDURES IN A MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENT
- This unit covers the knowledge and skills needed for an employee to apply 5s procedures (a structural approach to housekeeping) to their own job and work area.
MCMT430A APPLY COST FACTORS IN WORK PRACTICES
- This unit covers the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate the product or process outcomes of a team in terms of their cost components and to be able to determine in general terms the cost impacts of alternative actions.