UKQ UK Approved Diploma in Production and Operation Management Course in Islamabad Pakistan

UKQ UK Approved Diploma in Production and Operation Management Course in Islamabad Pakistan

UKQ UK Approved Diploma in Production and Operation Management Course

To deliver value to customers in products and services, operations management requires the company to do the following: identify customer needs and convert them into specific product or service (numbers of products required for specific period of time), do backward working to identify raw material requirements based on product requirement. Engage internal and external vendors to establish a supply chain for raw materials and finished goods between the vendor, the manufacturing facility, and the customers.

Line and support functions in successful organizations are well defined and efficient. Production is a line function that has a direct impact on customer experience and, as a result, the organization’s future. The goal of the production function is to add value to a product or service, resulting in a strong and long-lasting customer relationship association. This can be accomplished through healthy and productive collaboration between marketing and production personnel. People in the marketing function are the company’s front-line representatives, providing insights into real product needs of customers. To provide value to customers, effective planning and control of production parameters are required.

Operation strategy is vital for achieving operational goals that are aligned with the company’s overall goal. Operational strategy is intended to improve business effectiveness or to gain a competitive advantage. Because organizational goals change from time to time in this global competitive age, operations strategy must also be dynamic in nature.

Course Contents:

Introduction to production and operation management

  • Historical Evolution of Production and Operations Management.
  • Concept of Production.
  • Production System.
  • Production Management.
  • Operating System.
  • Operations Management.
  • Managing Global Operations.
  • Scope of Production and Operations Management.

Plant location and layout:

  • Need for Selecting a Suitable Location
  • Factors Influencing Plant Location/Facility Location
  • Location Theories, Location Models.
  • Location Economics.
  • Plant Layout.
  • Classification of Layout.
  • Design of Product Layout
  • Design of Process Layout
  • Service Layout
  • Organization of Physical Facilities

Material handling:

  • Objectives of Material Handling.
  • Principles of Material Handling.
  • Selection of Material Handling Equipments.
  • Evaluation of Material Handling System.
  • Material Handing Equipments.
  • Guidelines for Effective Utilization of Material Handling Equipments.
  • Relationship between Plant Layout and Material Handling.

Materials management:

  • Scope or Functions of Materials Management.
  • Material Planning and Control.
  • Purchasing.
  • Stores Management.
  • Inventory Control or Management.
  • Standardization.
  • Simplification.
  • Value Analysis.
  • Ergonomics (Human Engineering).
  • Just-In-Time (JIT) Manufacturing.

Production planning and control

  • Need and Objectives for Production Planning and Control.
  • Phases of Production Planning and Control.
  • Functions of Production Planning and Control.
  • Operations Planning and Scheduling Systems & Scheduling Methodology.
  • Aggregate Planning.
  • Master Production Schedule (MPS).
  • Material Requirement Planning (MRP).
  • Capacity Planning.
  • Techniques of Routing.

Quality control:

  • Quality & Control & Inspection.
  • Quality Control.
  • Statistical Process Control.
  • Quality Circles.
  • Total Quality Management.
  • ISO 9000 Series.
  • Application ISO 9000: ISO 14000 Series.

Work study (time and motion study)

  • Introduction Productivity
  • Work Study
  • Method Study
  • Work Measurement
  • Time Study

Maintenance management:

  • Objectives of Maintenance.
  • Types of Maintenance.
  • Maintenance Planning & Scheduling & Schedule Techniques.
  • Modern Scientific Maintenance Methods.
  • Total Productive Maintenance (TPM).

Waste management

  • Reasons for Generation and Accumulation of Obsolete, Surplus and Scrap Items.
  • Identification and Control of Waste.
  • Disposal of Scrap.


  • Types of Automation
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • Reasons for Automation
  • Advantages & Disadvantages of Automation
  • Automation Strategies
  • Automated Flow Lines & Guided Vehicles Systems & Storage/Retrieval Systems.
  • Types of AS/RS & Basic Components of an AS/RS
  • Carousel Storage Systems & Applications

Who should take or profit for this course:

  • Students Management.
  • Entrepreneurs.
  • Business people.
  • Managers companies.
  • Production Managers operations consultants.
  • Production workers.
  • Business owners.

Awarding Body:

United Kingdom Qualifications (UKQ) Limited today is an international awarding organisation, offering qualifications at different levels and in a wide range of subject areas. UK-Qualifications recognises the skills, knowledge and understanding achieved by a learner at a particular level and in a particular subject.

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