KCTS completes another successful TPM Instructor Course with all 32 delegates passing…
All newly appointed TPM Instructors now move on to successfully implement continuous improvement projects in their own locations.
Wirral, UK. 19th May 2010.
After successfully completing their twenty third World Class Manufacturing Instructor course, Wirral specialist training provider Kaizen Consultancy & Training Services are proud to announce another record beating result. All thirty two delegates who underwent the intense two week training course in Total Productive Maintenance have passed with flying colours.
The TPM Instructor Course which was held on behalf of global leading building materials manufacturer, Saint Gobain Gyproc is the thirteenth of its kind to be conducted as part of their journey to World Class. The training is the highest level TPM training that can be achieved and covers industry specific topics such as; problem solving, people development, leadership, maintenance, health & Safety, quality and workplace organisation.
‘This was another inspirational and life changing event for all that attended’, says Paul Steven, TPM Course Instructor. ‘Many of the live improvement projects that were presented to us by the host factory in Shanghai were solved during the two weeks. All teams displayed exceptional skills in World Class Manufacturing techniques; however only one team is selected for best overall outstanding achievement and this time it was the Blue Team, for consistent application of World Class Manufacturing skills.
All delegates who attended the training event will now go back to their individual plants and begin work on their 100 Day plans. This structured implementation of a rigid plan helps to embed the learning that is gained over the 2 weeks, whilst immediately providing payback and a return-on-investment for the respective individual sites.
KCTS are located on the Wirral peninsula and are an international training & consultancy provider of specialist World Class Manufacturing (WCM) standards. Delivering TPM, Lean, Change Management and Policy Deployment programmes to the manufacturing and service industries Worldwide. Through these proven methodologies KCTS can reduce costs by identifying and removing losses within a process or value stream. For further information regarding this press release or KCTS, please contact; KCTS on 0151 608 9036 or visit www.kcts.co.uk