Plan for Every Part (PFEP) is proven to be the most effective way to optimize end to end material flow. Breakthrough results in working capital improvement, inventory right-sizing, on-time-delivery, manufacturing throughput, and cost reduction are achieved through this solution, but how do you do it?
This series will work backwards from customer demand to manufacturing conveyance and presentation to supplier replenishment methods and frequencies in order to develop, deploy and sustain end to end lean material flow processes. You will learn the critical components of PFEP that ensure delivery of the right parts, at the right time, in the right place, in the right quantity, with the right quality, at the right cost.
Course 2: PFEP and Inventory Layout
How can my organization store inventory to support a PFEP program and optimize material flow? How can our warehousing processes enable PFEP? How do we best allocate resources?
Course 1: Introduction to Plan for Every Part (PFEP) and Inventory Sizing is May 15-16, 2018 (you may want to register for both courses to complete them in one week)
Who Should Attend
Executive through manager-level leaders responsible for working capital improvement, supply chain, logistics, materials, purchasing, production, warehousing, and transportation.
How You Will Benefit
- Understand how to design a warehouse and supermarket to support material flow objectives.
- Explore strategies for raw-material inventory sizing and conveyance.
- Learn how to slot inventory.
- Effectively calculate labor and MHE resources.
- Effectively calculate labor and material handling equipment resources.
- Develop Kanban and pull systems
What Is Covered
The course will cover the below content:
- Inventory Layout, Sizing and Conveyance
- Inventory Slotting
- Resource Calculating
Participants receive a course notebook and hand-out materials.
Course Prerequisite and Related Certificate Information
None, although Introduction to Plan for Every Part (PFEP) and Inventory Sizing is recommended. This course can be used towards the Supply Chain Management (SCM) certificate.
Standard: $1,450.00, Alumni/Org Discount: $1,305.00, Certificate: $1,203.50 (cost of each course when signing up for and paying for a multi-course certificate program).
First time attendees pay the listed course fee. If you are a returning student of the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) courses, you will receive a 10% discount which you will enter at the "Check Out" page. Use Coupon Code SCL-Alum.
There are also discounts available for multiple-team member registrations, to those who prepay for all the courses in a specific certificate, to active/retired military, or to members of certain organizations (click this link for a listing).
Discounts cannot be combined. To receive the coupon code for these discounts, call 404-385-8663 or send us an email prior to registration
The program fee for LIVE courses (non-online) includes continental breakfasts, lunches, breaks, parking, internet access, and all classroom materials.
If the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute must cancel a program, registrants will receive a full refund. Georgia Tech, however, cannot assume the responsibility for other costs incurred. Due to program enrollment limits, early registration is encouraged. Registrations will be acknowledged by a letter of confirmation from Professional Education.
On the first day, please check in at least 30 minutes before the class start time.
- First Day - 8:00am to 5:00pm
- Second Day - 8:00am to 5:00pm
Every effort is made to present the course as advertised herein; however, circumstances may make it necessary to alter the schedule and/or presenters.