Production Management Professional Diploma
In today’s modern economy, all industries need innovative production management. In return, these industries require professionals who has the knowledge of production. That’s why knowledge in production management is said to be exciting, popular, and innovative career choice for people.
This Capital Business School professional diploma in production management will give participants the practical application of production management in the business world. This course is designed for individuals who want to progress in their career in production management. This course will provide learners with the necessary skills to get the best results out of people and processes. This course will teach learners how to plan and implement production competencies that translate to what every organization needs, which is a better production line. This diploma course will teach participants the necessary understanding needed to plan and manage production and its function within the supply chain. Participants will also learn how to provide high-quality plan and how to make the best use of time and skills of workers, material resources so that the efficiency in production will be increased.
This diploma course is designed to provide learners with basic knowledge in production process, starting with the allocation of resources efficiently and development of strategic ideas and ending with improving the required processes and logistics for a profitable production organization. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of how operations performance can affect an organisation success. The course will also provide the tools and technique for each stage of production, from ideation and conceptualization to project management.
At the end of this diploma course, participants will be awarded with Production Management Professional Diploma, and will also be able to:
Oversee the production process by drawing up a production schedule
Ensure that the production is cost effective and decide on what resources are required
Draft a timescale for a job, estimate costs and set the quality standards
Monitor the production processes and adjust schedules as needed
Monitor product standards and implement quality-control programs
Work with managers to implement the company’s policies and goals
Ensure that health and safety guidelines are followed
Supervise and motivate a team of workers, review worker performance, and identify training needs.