Manufacturing Facility Technical Or Operational Issues Solved By Training The People That Use The System Daily
In every manufacturing facility there are key technical or operational issues that can and should be solved by training the people that use the system daily. These issues, often very compartmentalized and discrete in nature, are typically not formally addressed due to a lack of resources that could develop the training or because training is not a core competency. As a result, the problems, and resultant impact, plague manufacturers and are not addressed at a root cause level.
Avanceon provides Training and One Point Lesson (OPL) course development for manufacturing that leverages our experience and our approach to knowledge transfer (based on the Adult Learning Model). Courses are typically focused on solving one key technical or operational problem such as:
– “How do I know if the problem is the control system code or is a physical issue?”
– “How do I develop a new report from Historian?”
– “How do I determine the root cause of a network issue?”
This process includes understanding the student’s aptitude and abilities before training is developed. From this people assessment, training is developed that achieves the results intended. Once the course is developed and reviewed with the customer, it can be delivered by the customer, by Avanceon or self-instructed.
Industry Experts Develop Custom Training Courses
This offer provides access to Avanceon industry experts to develop the training courses needed to improve the skill set of manufacturers technical and operational resources. Once resources are trained a significant hurdle is achieved and a focus on outcomes vs. excuses can be explored. This offer allows for manufacturers to have a training option when their key internal technical or operational resources are bandwidth constrained.
This offer is for Avanceon to provide our senior training experts to develop one course for delivery by the customer, self-taught or by Avanceon. Each training course typically takes 2 to 3 days to develop from an initial interview and investigation.