Our training

Furthermore, we want to transfer our expertise, tools, methods and know-how to our clients and often to their suppliers as well.

As a certified training organisation, professional training generates over 20% of our turnover.

We support various types of training activities:

Inter Intra
We organize training within our premises in Toulouse / Paris / Lyon or leveraging hotels across the world. We gather several partners & clients for these events. We also organize training in production environment in a workshop, “hands-on” mode: see or “Lean Productions Series” offer! We organize training sessions within your organization, adapting & tailoring it to your specific needs & context.

More informations about our supply chain programs

Case studies : supply chain & lean training

Work study techniques training (TET training)

Methods technician training

Objectives

Success target

  • Company: Optimisation of production process
  • Participant:
    • Identification of areas of poor productivity
    • Optimisation of technical means, reduction of unproductive waiting times, generation and enhancement of data bases
    • Adaptation of workstations and their environment to the worker
    • Ability to evaluate times

Context

Busy warehouse with pallet trucks working

  • Desire to improve industrialisation process and control work order times
  • Industry: automotive transmissions
  • County: France

Actions

Skilled Workers

  • Methods department in the company
  • Workstation study (OCORDAC method)
    • Observation summary (ABC, instantaneous observation, product analysis, process, sequence, dynamic indicators, machine performance)
    • Choice of workstation to be analysed: ABC (element categorisation), instantaneous observation (activity rate estimation)
    • Detailed workstation Observation: execution analysis, sequence analysis, simochart, motion analysis, workstation evaluation (organisation, security ergonomics relation)
    • Reflect: WWWWWH, rules for reducing motion 
    • Decide: present possible improvement solutions, set up financial balance, calculate depreciation (quantity – duration)
    • Act: put in place new workstation (operation mode)
    • Control: gap analysis and launch of corrective actions
  • Time measurement: means of measure (timing, MTM1, MTM2, standard time method); determination of elementary times (rate100 BTE); application of coefficients for rest and buffer time 
  • Support techniques:
    5S – SMED – communication – TOC: theory of constraints– line balance 

Résults

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  • Company:  Production process optimisation
  • Participant:
    • Research and identification of areas of poor productivity
    • Optimisation of technical means
    • Reduction of unproductive waiting times
    • Data base management
    • Adaptation of workstations
    • Time evaluation

Supply Chain Management introduction

3 day in-house training course

Objectives

Success target

  • Train employees on the basics of SCM including:
    • Aerosopace industry
    • Client Supply Chain
    • Risk Management
    • Lean concept

Context

Busy warehouse with pallet trucks working

  • Continuous Improvement project in major aerospace company
  • Supply Chain Management has been identified as a company key competency
  • Industry: Aerospace
  • Country: France

Actions

Skilled Workers

  • Definition of training content
  • Development of course material
  • Leading of pilot training course
  • Update of training course to include improvement suggestions from pilot session
  • Deliver trainings

Résults

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  • Training course re-run for 4 consecutive years
  • Over 50 managers trained

Management workshop: Production substracting

Workshop and on the ground coaching

Objectives

Success target

  • Inform general, regional, commercial, technical and operational management about methods and tools used to improve competitiveness in production delegation, logistics and administrative projects
  • Understanding and application of organisational principles creating productivity gains

Context

Busy warehouse with pallet trucks working

  • Delegation of business: very competitive sector based on cost competitiveness
  • Strong business expertise
  • Traditional organisational approach
  • Extremely diverse people
  • Industry: Production and logistical delegation (to clients)
  • Country: France

Actions

Skilled Workers

  • Workshops and on the ground coaching offered
  • Information workshop and Industrial and Logistics simulation:
    • Competitive environment
    • Organisational methods and principles (SCM, Lean, Continuous Improvement)
    • Tools and associated indicators
    • Visual participative management
  • Oversight of implementation on business sites:
    • Diagnostic
    • Specific trainings
    • Management coaching

Résults

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  • Industrial and logistics system training
  • Assistance in implementation of recommended practices