The Institute of Supply Chain Management (IoSCM) is the number 1 UK institute for supply chain qualifications, available at award (price listed), certificate and diploma.
Their courses are delivered by industry experts who have gained experience within all areas of the supply chain.
IoSCM offers a unique learning method, which is adaptable around your experiences, goals and what you would like to achieve. The courses are 100% adapted to suit the individual; you can even submit your past experience and use your current role to contribute towards your qualification!
About the course
Guarantee success in your industry with IoSCM. We offer every student much more than just a qualification; we provide the opportunity to grow, learn and progress as a professional with our unrivalled support network.
You can custom build the IoSCM Level 2 manufacturing qualification in order to meet your career ambitions, current job specification or objective of your employer.
This qualification is industry recognised across the globe. The IoSCM level 3 manufacturing course was designed and developed by industry experts to provide first class study materials that meet National Occupational Standards (NOS). It also guarantees that we’re the best qualifications on the market.
What are National Occupational Standards?
The NOS framework specifies the UK standards of performance that people are expected to achieve in their work, and the knowledge and skills they need to perform effectively which are approved by UK government regulators.
Essentially, meeting the NOS framework means that with IoSCM you will learn exactly what is required in order to be successful in your job role and become a more valued asset than someone completing a more academic based programme.
WHAT WILL I RECEIVE?
Through completion of this IoSCM Level 2 qualification, you’ll receive an internationally recognised certification from IoSCM in Manufacturing, Production, Planning and Operations.
As well as this, you’ll be awarded an industry recognised qualification, Level 2 in Supply Chain and Operations from SFEDI Awards, who are the Ofqual regulated Awarding Organisation.
What is Ofqual?
Ofqual is the government organisation that regulates qualifications and the organisations which offer them, maintaining standards and therefore confidence in education across England.
Because we’re Ofqual regulated you can be assured that every single qualification we produce is of high-quality, valid and fit for purpose.
WHAT IS THIS QUALIFICATION EQUIVALENT TO?
The IoSCM Level 2 in Manufacturing, Production and Operations is of the same level as a GCSE graded A* to C and BTEC awards at Level 2 but studied in your own time, at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home.
The Level 2 is recognised and much sought after by employers and businesses. It gives you realistic, industry-specific knowledge and skills that is entirely tailored to you and the sector, giving you the best chance of gaining employment in the manufacturing sector.
You can study around your current commitments and still save time and money in comparison to a full time or classroom based course. If you’d like to find out how an IoSCM Level 2 qualification in Manufacturing can be significantly more beneficial to your career, give our expert Course Advisors a call today.
IoSCM Membership included.
Through completion of the IoSCM qualification you will receive certifications from IoSCM and also a regulated qualification certificate from SFEDI Awards as the Ofqual regulated Awarding Organisation.
You can submit prior experience to contribute towards your course.
Assessment based learning.
- The Roles and Responsibilities of a Team Leader:Authority and accountability levels of a team leader, How a team leader builds a shared sense of purpose within a team, The importance of effective communication within a team
- Teams and Groups:Task orientation, Degree of interdependence, Purpose, Degree of formal structure, Familiarity among members
- Team Development: Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, Adjourning
- Team Roles:Areas of Responsibility, Role of a Team Leader, Developing Team Members
- Leadership Styles:Laissez-Faire, Democratic, Authoritarian, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Handling Discrimination, Harassment and conflict
Introduction to Manufacturing Planning and Control
- Business Core Function:Marketing, Product Development, The Manufacturing Process
- Manufacturing Process Components:Raw Materials, Work in Progress, Finished Goods
- Support Functions:Quality assurance, Warehousing, Purchasing, Manufacturing Planning, Human Resources
- Manufacturing Requirements:Manpower, Methods, Machines, Materials, Minutes, Converting Input into Output
- Information Required:Process Time, Routing, Bill of Materials
- Production Planning:Preparation stage, Processing stage, Assembly stage, Finishing stage, Packaging stage
- Improvement Technique: Six Sigma, Lean, Total Quality Management
- Engaging external organisations:Purchasing, Subcontracting, Outsourcing, Recognising the Need, Specify the Need, Determine Sourcing Options, Select the Supplier, Prepare the Purchase Order, Issue the Purchase Order, Expedite the Purchase Order, Receive and Inspect the Delivery, Invoice and Pay, Maintain Records
- Planning and Control Techniques: Master Production Schedule, Bills of Materials, Rough Cut Capacity Planning, Materials Requirement Planning, Capacity Planning Requirements, Manufacturing Resource Planning, Enterprise Resource Planning, Advanced Planning and Scheduling
- Strategy: Demand chase strategy, Level production strategy, Mixed strategy
- Manufacturing Improvement Techniques: Lean Manufacturing, Total Productive Maintenance, Six Sigma, Reliable Centered Maintenance
IT in Manufacturing
- The function of IT in manufacturing
- The role of IT in manufacturing
- The policies and procedures that affect IT in manufacturing
Introduction to Business
- Range of Business:Types and Purpose of Business; Trader/Sole Proprietorship; Partnership; Corporation; Not for profit Company
- Business Functions and Departments:Research and Development; Production; Service Delivery; Business Finance; Human Resource; Sales; Marketing; Public Relations; Information Tech Support; Quality Support; Logistics; Purchasing; Customer Service
- Communication in Business:Brand management; Customer relations; Consumer behaviour; Advertising; Corporate communication; Community engagement; Reputation management; Interpersonal communication; Employee engagement; Event management; Techniques and Methods of Communication
- Quality Management Systems:Quality planning; Quality control; Quality assurance; Quality improvement; ISO 14001; SMART
Introduction to Supply Chain
- Supply Chain:The Supply Chain Route, Customers, Retailers, Wholesalers and distributors, Manufacturer, Components / raw material suppliers, Streams, Upstream Activities, Downstream Activities
- Successful Supply Chains:Satisfaction for the end user, Flexibility, Alignment, Distribution, Suppliers, Inventory Management, Lead Times, Measures
- Relationships between the links of a supply chain:External Supply Chain, Internal Supply Chain, Vertical, Horizontal, Transactional, Collaborative, Productive Relationships, Aims of Supply Chain Relationships
- Roles organisations play:Planning, Purchasing, Inventory, Manufacturing, Delivery, Supply Chain Operations
Introduction to Purchasing
- Functions of a purchasing system:Life Cycle Costing, Total Acquisition Cost Model
- Stages of the life cycle:Planning and design, Acquisition, Storage, Use, Disposal
- Stages of the purchasing process:Goods or service needs are identified, The goods or services are requested, The goods or services are authorised, A Purchase Order is placed with an appropriate provider, Supplier delivers goods or services, Goods or services are received, Payment is made, Order processing cycle
- Methods used to gain information:Word of mouth, Advertising and Marketing, Company information, Sampling, SWOT analysis
- Supplier development:Potential for partnership, Scope for development, Quantifiable outcomes
- Selection of suppliers:Identify Needs, Investigate the Supply Market, Collect Relevant Information, Assess Options, Make Decision
- Methods of Communication:Oral Communication, Written Communication, Nonverbal Communication (Body Language), Formal Communication, Informal Communication
Introduction to Movement of Goods
- Types of Goods:Public Goods, Private Goods, Perishable Goods, Container Cargo, Liquid Bulk, Dry Bulk, Breakbulk, Dangerous Goods, Indirect Goods
- Safe Handling of Goods:Special Handling, Hazardous Good, Perishable Goods, The European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road, The International Regulations concerning the Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail, The IMDG Code or the Baltic Sea Memorandum, International Air Transportation Association, Sterile Goods, Movement of Livestock, Security of Goods
- Movement Methods:Road, Air, Rail, Sea, Intermodal Transport, Intra-modal Transport, Combined Transport
- Appropriate Modes of Transport:Sources, Identifying the Appropriate Mode, Destinations
- Transport Planning and Scheduling:Routing, Regular Service, Non-Regular Service, Hub and Spoke Route System, Route Patterns, Linear Route System
Introduction to Logistics
- Logistics type: Just In Time (JIT), Military Logistics, Procurement Logistics, Distribution Logistics, After-sales Logistics, Disposal Logistics, Reverse Logistics, Green Logistics, Global Logistics, RAM logistics, Asset Control Logistics, POS Material Logistics, Emergency Logistics, Logistics Activities.
- Service:Marketing and Sales, Outbound Logistics, Operations, Inbound Logistics, Warehousing, Inventory Management, Transportation, Distribution, Procurement, Handling and Packaging
- Supply chain in a logistics environment:Inventory, Procurement, Planning and Forecasting, Demand Forecasting, Demand Planning, Demand Management, Management of Returns/Reverse of Supply Chain
- Types of logistics activities:Airfreight, Road Haulage, Sea Freight, Rail Freight, Storage and Warehousing, Wholesaling
Introduction to International Trade and Freight
- Trade:Types of Products and Market Conditions, Capital Products, Labour Products, Land Products, Local Trade, International Trade, Comparative Advantage, Trade and Tariffs
- Freight:Modes of Transport, Road, Rail, Waterways, Air Freight, Intermodal, Preferred Method of Transport, Factors effecting Mode Choice
- Goods Identification:Goods to be Traded, Perishable, Dangerous and Bulk goods
- Freight Organisations:Hauliers / Trucking Companies, Non Vessel Owning Common Carriers (NVOCC), 3rd Party Logistics Providers, Supplier Information, ISO Containers
- Trade Legislation and Regulations:Global Perspective, Customs Authorities, Customs Requirements, Consumer Contracts Regulations, Key Information Delivery, The Consumer Credit Act, Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, Consumer Rights Act 2015
Who is this course for?
As with most supply chain sectors, the roles and responsibilities of those in a Manufacturing, Production and Operations position can be varied. IoSCM’s Manufacturing and Production Academy enables those in industry to develop their skills through bespoke distance learning courses.
There are no previous requirements needed to study this course and IoSCM will evaluate whether this is the right course for you, ensuring you don’t waste valuable time and resources studying the wrong course.
This course is designed to give students an understanding of the manufacturing industry allowing them to further their knowledge and progress within their role.
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