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IMPLEMENT OEE FOR PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT (48 HOURS)

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OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) is a key machine performance metric to identify hidden capacities and improve manufacturing productivity. The three key OEE factors include availability, performance, and quality. By analysing its OEE losses including machine breakdown, machine slow-down, and scrap parts, a manufacturing company can optimise the performance of their existing equipment.

Why This Course

  • Designed specifically to meet local industry need
  • Highly practical and intensive course taught by expert trainers in the field with industrial experience
  • Up-to-date technology and latest knowledge on OEE
  • Case studies highlighting industrial application
  • On-site mentorin
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Who Should Attend

This course is designed for operation managers, production engineers, quality control manager/engineer, supervisors, and technicians in manufacturing industries such as precision engineering, aerospace, automotive, electronics semiconductor and the marine, oil and gas.




What You Will Learn
Upon Completion of This Course



Pre-Requisites, Full and Nett Course Fee



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Brochure and Registration

Implement OEE for Productivity Improvement

Please register for this course under 1. Modular Programmes > 2. Implement OEE for Productivity Improvement in the online registration form.

Note: Received registrations are placed on the waiting list for the next upcoming intake if the current intake is full or there is no available course schedule.



Schedules

Modules
Skills Course Reference NumberTraining Period 
(Click on dates to view schedules)
Registration Status
Implement OEE for Productivity Improvement (48 hours)TGS-2018502729

IIoT-enabled Equipment Condition Monitoring and Alert
TGS-2020505411  
Overall Equipment Effectiveness Fundamentals & Calculation (OEE-LITE)(16 hours)TGS-2020504619  
Real-time OEE for Industry 4.0 (40 hours)
TGS-2020502680  

Sessions
FD : Full Day  AM : Morning PM : Afternoon EVE : Evening 




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