Certified Operator Programs
Manufacturers frequently assign personnel to work centers without
understanding if the assignee is capable of performing work at required quality
levels. In many cases, manufacturers have not established specific job
requirements. Certified Operator Programs offer a vehicle for defining job
requirements, establishing workmanship standards, providing job-specific
training, and testing operators to confirm adequate skill-levels.
We offer two approaches to Certified Operator Program implementation:
Certified Operator Program Implementation Overview
This 4-hour training session outlines Certified Operator Program
implementation steps. Quality assurance managers, production managers,
senior operations managers, human resources managers, training managers,
manufacturing engineers, and quality engineers should attend this training.
Certified Operator Program Implementation
Our approach involves working with client personnel to develop a Certified
Operator Program procedure, digital-image-based workmanship standards,
work-center-specific training, and work-center-specific training for one to
three work centers. After that time, we continue to support client
Certified Operator Program implementation for remaining work centers on an
Certified Operator Program implementation is unique to each client.
Please contact us for additional information.