High Volume Manufacturing (HVM) Digitization for Technician

Course Overview

Training and Learning (T&L) program for Foundation of HVM for a Technician are necessary part of preparing new and current employees for the technical and cultural aspects of working in a high-volume manufacturing (HVM) operation or plant.  

Every company has its own unique ways of performing tasks and handling day-to-day operations, and T&L can turn into a long, drawn-out process while everything is explained. Utilize this program to start digitizing your HVM operation employees maintain their focus, producing high quality products, world-class high productivity level and positive mind-set. 

Who Should Attend?

  • Unemployed graduates who have obtained SPM/Diploma / Degree 
  • School leavers aged between 18 to 40 years with school/exam certificate 
  • Retrenched workers aged between 18 to 55 years who are registered with Employment Insurance System (EIS) 


Come with open-minded and ready to embrace change  

Course Outlines

Day 1

Lean supply chain management is about promoting efficiency by removing unwanted or wasted components from a process. This process is most often applied to manufacturing, where supplies can be ordered as they’re needed rather than holding a lot of inventory as back stock. 

  • Learning Objective and key takeaways  
  • Mission, Vision, Goals – Ice breaking session 

Day 2  

SPC or statistical process control is a statistically-based family of tools used to monitor, control, and improve processes. Statistical Process Control (SPC) training can be time consuming and frustrating because of the complex nature of the statistics underlying SPC control charts. Basic SPC is a comprehensive online SPC training course for engineers, operators, and technicians that makes understanding and applying statistical process control (SPC) concepts easy. 

  • What is SPC?  
  • What are Process Variations?  
  • Introduction to Variation 
  • Measuring Variation 
  • Patterns of Variation 
  • Measures of Variation 
  • What is SPC Control Chart?  
  • What a Control Chart Looks Like 
  • Interpreting Control Charts & Taking Action 
  • Types of Control Charts 
  • Control chart variables  
  • Control chart pattern  
  • Why SPC is important in HVM?  
  • How the SPC process flow works?  
  • Identify defined process 
  • Identify measurable attributes of process 
  • Further control 
  • Who is the Person in Charge (PIC)?  

Day 3 

This course teaches the optimal planning and writing process to convey technical and complex information effectively. And, participant will learn how to write reports more efficiently, saving time and reducing frustration. The course also includes to review final report and ensure future reports are strong. 

  • Project Management for Technical Report Writing 
  • Teamwork and Logistics for Major Reports 
  • Estimating Your Development Time 
  • Generate the Blueprint 
  • Action Oriented Technical Reporting 
  • Organize the Sections and Components 
  • The Numbering System 
  • Content from Existing Documents, Systems and Experts 

Day 4 

KAIZEN is a Japanese word meaning gradual, orderly, change for better, continuous improvement. The KAIZEN business strategy involves everyone in an organization working together to make improvements without large capital investments. By improving standardized programmes and processes, kaizen aims to eliminate waste called Lean Manufacturing.  

Kaizen is a daily process, the purpose of which goes beyond simple productivity improvement. Kaizen also teaches people how to perform experiments on their work using the method and how to learn to spot and eliminate waste in business processes and the process suggests a humanized approach to workers and to increasing productivity. 

  • Concepts and Principles of Kaizen 
  • Kaizen Application Insight 
  • Crucial Implementation Issues and Strategies 
  • Maintaining Kaizen Implementation 

Day 5 

Poka-Yoke training is an important component of quality management initiatives for an enterprise to ensure they adhere to Zero Quality Control (ZQC) approach.  

This approach is usually used with processes that have catastrophic consequences in service failures. Participants taking up this Poka-Yoke training will learn about Poka-Yoke, Zero Defect Quality, Cause of  Defects, Types of Human Errors, Waste, 3 rules of Poka-Yoke, and more. 

  • What is Poka-Yoke?  
  • History of Poka-Yoke  
  • Zero Defect Quality  
  • What is Zero Defect Quality?  
  • Components of Zero Defect Quality  
  • Causes of Defects  
  • Types of Human Errors  
  • Types of Inspection  
  • Zero Defect Quality – Point of Origin Inspection  
  • Zero Defect Quality – 100% Audit Checks  
  • Zero Defect Quality – Immediate Feedback  
  • Zero Defect Quality – Poka-Yoke  
  • Waste  
  • Poka-Yoke - 6 Principles  
  • Poka-Yoke System Approaches  
  • System Approaches for Poka-Yoke 
  • Poka-yoke Methods  
  • Poka-Yoke Methods - Contact  
  • Poka-Yoke Methods - Counting  
  • Poka-Yoke Methods – Motion Sequence  
  • Poka-Yoke Guidelines  
  • Poka-Yoke Implementation  
  • 3 Rules Of Poka-Yoke  
  • Poka-Yoke Exercise 

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