As a Registered Training Organisation (Registered by VETAB, National Provider Number 91353) Segla will issue learners with a nationally recognised “AQF qualification of competence” on successful completion of the requirements defined in each course. Where learners have gained competency to selected components of the qualification, a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment will be awarded.
The Competitive Manufacturing Training Package (MCM04) has been developed to assist the manufacturing industry in improving their practices through effective vocational education and training. The following Nationally recognised qualifications are now available covering a broad range of modern manufacturing excellence and continuous improvement skills, making them accessible to all Australian manufacturing organisations.
MCM30104 Certificate III in Competitive Manufacturing
(8 units of competency)
MCM40104 Certificate IV in Competitive Manufacturing
(10 units of competency)
MCM50104 Diploma of Competitive Manufacturing
(10 new units of competency plus the 10 units from Cert IV)
Segla provides a combination of theory led and shop floor training to clients rolling out business improvement initiatives. Competency based training and assessment offers the dual effect of delivering significant business outcomes while developing staff with enhanced knowledge and skills, this assisting with the generation of business improvement results.
The competitive manufacturing training package integrates into its units of competency, many Lean and Six Sigma methodologies such as: Value Stream Mapping, 5S and Visual Controls, TPM, JIT, Mistake Proofing, Root Cause Analysis, Variance Reduction, Statistical Process Control and Change Management. The training also includes units covering project implementation, leadership skills and participation in actual improvement projects.
Segla works in consultation with our clients to tailor a training program encompassing relevant units of competency to match their company specific goals and deliver improved business performance.
Who should attend?
Certificates III and IV are predominantly targeted at team leaders and line supervisors tasked with contributing to change programs and continuous improvement initiatives aimed at delivering improved yield, quality, service delivery and costs management.
The diploma is aimed at supervisors and managers seeking comprehensive training in management of modern manufacturing improvement initiatives to deliver bottom line results.
Price will contingent upon the number of staff to be trained, level of training to be undertaken, facilities available in your workplace where the training will be conducted and the time frames for which the training is to occur.
Organisations may be eligible for government subsidies for these Competitive Manufacturing training courses and traineeships. Details of funding and eligibility can be discussed with your local Australian Apprenticeships Centre. Segla can assist in this regard by putting you in contact with the necessary persons.