Consultancy Training

Asset management consultants and business improvement specialists

MCP Consulting Group Ltd. is a UK based consultancy firm established in 1987. We are asset management consultants and business improvement specialists. We provide maintenance, reliability and asset management consulting solutions to help you continuously assess, improve and engage, by delivering world-class performance.

Our extensive experience enables us to deliver high-quality efficient and effective services. Our consultancy and training portfolio is cross-discipline and cross-industry, including sizeable and complex projects within the Manufacturing, Automotive, Aviation & Aerospace, Facilities Management, Food & Drink and Pharmaceutical sectors.

Consultancy

MCP provides specialist Consultancy Services and advice in Asset Management and Maintenance, Business Improvement and Cost Reduction. We provide our clients guidance on and support for unlocking new sources of revenue, reducing costs and enhancing the overall quality of the service they deliver to their customers. Our mission is to become the most trusted and respected consulting firm that is recognised by our clients for delivering on every promise we make and always striving for greater performance.

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Asset Maintenance

MCPs asset management consultancy services enable the business to manage their assets and systems in a sustainable way.

Asset Maintenance

Business Improvement

MCP’s business improvement programmes offer a series of changes to processes, systems, culture and working practices that deliver real business benefits.

Business Improvement

Technology & IOT

MCP's technology-enhanced services are focused on supporting clients’ future business objectives to give them a firm foundation upon which to grow. Our rapidly expanding global partnership network offer clients a wide range of technical expertise and complementary software products.

Technology & IOT

Training

MCP provides Technical and Management Training to ensure your operators, technicians, engineers and operational managers develop the required skills to enhance your organisation’s knowledge and processes. Our scheduled training courses are suited to organisations that want to train up to four members of staff. We have a full ‘year-round’ calendar offering a choice of dates and venues, with centres in both Solihull and Reading. Our on-site training is ideal for those organisations that have a requirement to train more than four members of staff. We can send training experts to your site.

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Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement is an essential part of the ongoing drive for product, process and service quality. MCP’s range of CI programmes provide the tools for organisations to regularly review their business processes that drive constant and sustained improvements.

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Maintenance & Asset Management

Considered ‘best in class', these programmes enable businesses to manage their maintenance and assets in a sustainable way. Our methodologies optimise business performance through effective asset maintenance and whole-life cost approach.

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Technical Skills

Fast-changing regulations, rapidly advancing technology and customer aspirations, mean that it is essential to keep staff up to speed with developments in technology and regulations. By providing training, staff will be more motivated, more skilful and more productive.

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Upcoming Training Events

27 Jan - 30 Jan, 2020

New Engineering Manager/Supervisor

The New Engineering Manager/Supervisor enables delegates to lead a world-class maintenance department. The result is improved staff motivation, lower employee turnover, increased output and reduced waste of resources. Too often the person with the best technical skills gets promoted to be the new En...

3 Feb - 6 Feb, 2020

Mechanical Maintenance Skills – Part 1

To gain hands-on practical experience in order to improve delegates’ mechanical skills, enabling them to successfully multi-skill in a variety of specialist areas involving pulleys/belts, sprockets/chains, bearings and pumps.

10 Feb - 13 Feb, 2020

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 2

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 2 is aimed at technicians who have completed Part 1 of the ‘mechanical to electrical’ programme, or have some basic understanding of electrical systems. This City& Guilds Accreditation Certificate, 16-day programme is offered across 4 parts, each par...

17 Feb - 21 Feb, 2020

Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Certificate

The 5-day course is delivered as public workshops and onsite. It discusses the core concepts and the practical applications in a highly interactive manner. This course is suitable for those with some experience of asset management (they may have some specific maintenance experience, but little know...

Our Process

Assessment

The first process to improvement is to measure the current business and scope for improvement; identifying opportunities for reducing cost and improving efficiency levels. To break down the barriers to improvement.

Engagement

The second process is to build a robust framework which provides structure for the workforce; improved employee morale, cooperation and organisational commitment; successful adoption of new processes and systems that deliver positive outcomes. To build stronger business communities

Improvement

The final process to improvement is minimising cost and improving key performance measures; combining the knowledge and skills of the operations and maintenance teams; ensuring these are supported by the other business functions to achieve these goals. To drive sustainable business change.

Latest News

Lucozade’s thirst for knowledge

John Saysell, head of business development and training at MCP Consulting Group, explains how investing in training is helping the Lucozade plant meet the manufacturing challenges of the future. Those of a certain age will remember from hospital visits in the past, the omnipresent Lucozade bottle, covered in orange cellophane, perched on the patient’s bed-side … Read More

Two Approaches to achieving competence

It is more important than ever that industrial employers understand their legal responsibility to make sure their technicians are competent to carry out their tasks. John Saysell, Director of Training for MCP Consulting Group Ltd. outlines two alternative approaches in an article in the December issue of Maintenance and Engineering magazine. The first stage in … Read More

The 5 why process

Why, why, why, why, why… Our Principal Consultant, Dave Porrill, is a busy man, last week he was running some training programmes at the Vitol site, VPI Immingham.  The training was split into 2 courses, morning and afternoon, repeated over 3 days. The morning session was entitled ‘Root Cause Analysis’, the afternoon ‘the 5 Why Process’, … Read More

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