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Improve plant performance with The Improve Group’s government subsidised competitive manufacturing training programs

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article image Competitive manufacturing training programs will help to improve plant performance

The Improve Group  has a selection of government subsidised competitive manufacturing training programs that will help to improve plant performance. They include:

  • MSA31108 Certificate III in Competitive Manufacturing
  • MSA41108 Certificate IV in Competitive Manufacturing
  • MSA51108 Diploma in Competitive Manufacturing
The training courses will train operators, supervisors and managers in Continuous Improvement concepts to nationally recognised levels under the Competitive Manufacturing (CM) Initiative.

Up to $4,000 of Government training subsidies are available for each participant.

The Competitive Manufacturing training program has been developed by the Industry Training Advisory Boards in Australia. The course will provide the skills to implement modern processing and manufacturing techniques that are necessary to sustain industry performance.


Competitive Manufacturing training is conducted in the workplace and focuses on improvement outcomes in that workplace. Techniques taken from Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma and Total Productive Maintenance programs are used in this training. The units of competency can also be customised to suit the needs of most manufacturers and processing companies.

The training is conducted over a 12-15 month period and the training delivery can be modified to suit particular business needs.

Upon commencement of the training, companies will undertake an Operational Excellence Assessment. This aims to identify practice and performance strengths and weaknesses and organise the training according to this. Units of competency are then delivered to suit the business needs and priorities.

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