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LS-124 Practical Techniques for Effective Production Planning and Scheduling

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Production planning and scheduling, is concerned with converting plans into action, reporting the results achieved, and revising plans and actions as required achieving desired results.

Planning and Scheduling are two distinct tasks. Understood fully, they both contribute to the higher levels of manufacturing performance.  Detailed plant scheduling can be a complex task requiring a much more scientific approach than pieces of paper.


Integrate production management methods into your operation and keep productivity up...even when the economy’s down.

Learn proven techniques for planning, scheduling and controlling production activities. Develop the strategy and systems that let capacity and resources be scheduled most effectively.



- Achieve world-class manufacturing standards
- Organize production operations to meet customer needs
- Reduce lead and cycle times
- "Build" products that can be effectively scheduled in varying
Build an information infrastructure that smoothly converts to
  your manufacturing management systems

This practical course combines classroom teaching, practical exercises, group discussion and case study with actual factory based projects to provide a complete action learning experience.  The course has been designed to enable all participants leave the training with a set of new knowledge, tools, skills and direct experience of how to implement effective production & scheduling in a real company setting



Plant managers, master schedulers, production activities planners, production control managers, shift supervisors, materials managers, capacity planners, production staff and manufacturing and industrial engineers who interface with operations driving improvement activities

Section 1: Practical Techniques for  Production Planning &

Section 2:
Practical Techniques for Scheduling &

Section 3:
Pull production system & Kanban
Section 4:
Practical Techniques for forecasting
Section 5:
Strategic capacity management
Section 6: 
Material requirements planning

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Location Johor Bahru

Kuala Lumpur

Date 10 & 11 July 2012

16 & 17 July 2012

Venue Elco Learning & Knowledge Centre, Taman Desa Tebrau

Hotel in Klang Valley


RM 1,100 nett per person


Mr. Edmund Lee was graduated with an Honor Degree in Industrial Engineering from USA. His academic background set him a strong foundation in the pursue of quality, productivity, and business excellence.

He began his career as an engineer in production, engineering, and quality field in a manufacturing sector where he was tasked to enhance the productivity and quality through kaizen, lean manufacturing as well as six sigma. He was among the selected engineer to be given the opportunity of short term attachment in Japan to learn and expose to the truly Japanese way of kaizen and lean programs. 

He then pursued his career in consulting and training. Over the past 15 years, he has extensive exposure in various industries. He is known to be a high impact, experienced, and passionate trainer. He was an invited honorable speaker for organization such as MPC, CIDB, SME, Southern College, etc on topics related to organizational excellence.

He has also spent much of his career in assisting small to multinational corporations in establishing and implementing management system with the goal of enhancing productivity, streamlining operating cost and achieving corporate objectives. As a consultant, he applied his project management skills effectively through leadership by role model, knowledge transfer through relentless coaching and guidance, and he made sure that people would be hands on by acquiring relevant knowledge and skills. His belief of management system is always something practical, user friendly, and value added.

As a cofounder of Elco management Consultants Sdn Bhd, he assumes his company as a learning and knowledge center, and always be in the forefront of promoting and imparting knowledge and thereby helping the industries in achieving the organizational goals. Achieving customer expectations through continuously upgrading the competency of the trainers and consultants are his key policy in managing the business. According to our track record, more than 500 organisations have engaged our consultancy and training services both in Malaysia and around the region. Some of the clients that he assisted before are e.g. IOI Properties Berhad, Johor Corporation, Panasonic AVC Networks Johor  (M) Sdn Bhd , Seiko Electric Asia (M) Sdn. Bhd., Takaful Ikhlas Sdn Bhd, TPM Technopark


All our training programs will be conducted by using English and Bahasa Malaysia

For more info or registration, kindly contact
Ms Cassandra Tan / Ms Emily Chuah
at JB Office : 07-352 9002 or KL Office : 03-7804 8002

Organised by: Elco Management Consultants Sdn Bhd (633248-K)

Johor Bahru Office:
NO 27-01 Jalan Harmonium 33/1
Taman Desa Tebrau 81100
Johor Bahru Johor Malaysia
Tel : 07-352 9002  Fax:  07-352 8002
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Kuala Lumpur Office:
11-3B Jalan PJU 1/3C
Sunwaymas Commercial Centre 47301
Petaling Jaya Selangor Malaysia
Tel: 03- 7804 8002 Fax: 03-7804 3001
Email: elcokl@emc.com.my