1.1 evaluate the use of three different process planning techniques

Unit 9: A/601/1480 Manufacturing Planning and Scheduling Principles

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Learning outcomes

On successful completion of

this unit a learner will:

Assessment criteria for pass

The learner can:

 

LO1 Understand the use of

process planning, capacity

assessment and scheduling

techniques

 

1.1 evaluate the use of three different process planning

techniques

1.2 select and assess the use of a capacity assessment

technique for two different types of manufacturing

process

1.3 explain the use of a range of scheduling techniques

 

LO2 Understand inventory

management including stock

control, shop floor

documentation systems and

the functions of shop control

 

2.1 explain an application of the principle of inventory

management

2.2 compare and evaluate two different stock control

systems

2.3 discuss two different shop floor documentation systems

2.4 explain the functions of shop control

 

LO3 Understand the methods of

classifying and coding

component parts as key

elements of group

technology and their

processing through grouped

facilities

 

3.1 explain the methods of classifying and coding

component parts into family groups

3.2 explain how family groups of components are

sequenced for processing through grouped facilities

 

LO4 Be able to plan and schedule

a manufacturing activity

 

4.1 produce a process plan from a given set of data

4.2 produce a production schedule from a process plan.

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