What you need to know about 18th Edition?

What you need to know about 18th Edition? Safeguard your workforce from any shocks! BS 7671 Wiring Regulations – 18th Edition training course 1 Oct–3 Oct 2018 | Reading Training Centre, Berkshire | £455 +VAT Book your place  Engaging delegates in the training room can be tough – then add a very dry subject like 18th Edition with no practical work and … Read More

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The UK’s leading Mechanical to Electrical programme goes digital

  The UK’s leading Mechanical to Electrical programme Siemens Digital Factory Division delivers a comprehensive portfolio of hardware and software products which enable the comprehensive integration of data from development, production and suppliers. The seamless integration of data along the industrial value chains is becoming a key criterion for the survival of manufacturing companies. MCP offers a … Read More

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Asset Management Tools & Techniques workshop runs at Solihull

The Asset Management Tools & Techniques workshop was well attended this week at our HQ in Solihull. Richard Fathers, one of our most experienced trainers, delivered the workshop. This is an introduction to the latest tools necessary for effective asset management. The delegates were encouraged to participate by sharing their own experiences. The discussions revealed that … Read More

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Waistcoat Wednesday Training Offers

World-Class Technical Training Don’t get caught offside. MCP is celebrating the biggest sporting week in years with training offers that should always make the team sheet. Too good to miss – below is three of the best that certainly shouldn’t be left on the bench. Managing Plant Reliability Developing risk-based plans has the potential to reduce overall workload by … Read More

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New, unique City & Guilds course offers Maintenance Excellence Certificate

The New, Unique Maintenance Excellence Trilogy – Originally developed for a leading UK automotive company and aimed at professionals seeking accreditation of their knowledge and abilities in maintenance and asset management, this City & Guilds programme incorporates practical and theoretical projects. AImed at Maintenance Managers, Technicians, Reliability Engineers, Project Managers, as well as, Production Supervisor and Engineering Team … Read More

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MCP a very international affair!

Here are some great shots of a recently delivered Johson&Johnson MAMC training in Mumbai, India.   LEFT: One of the students delivering his project presentation. RIGHT: Group selfie. Dave Porrill, MCP’s Principal Consultant, delivered the training and gained much respect from the delegates. One even requesting if Dave could be his mentor as he wanted … Read More

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10 Top Tips for Lean Equipment Reliability

Lean is about eliminating waste from any business process, not just manufacturing. However, many organisations that introduce a “lean thinking” approach to production environments pass over the opportunity to improve equipment reliability and the bottom line. It is simply not possible to create a thoroughly lean production process without a robust plan to maintain equipment … Read More

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Keeping the biscuit factory operating

Published in Management Magazine:11/04/2018 At Pladis’ 50,000-square metre factory in Harlesden, West London, over 80 million biscuits are made each day. Keeping the lines running, then, is a major challenge. This task falls on the shoulders of the plant’s Advanced Team Members (ATMs), who work on the shopfloor producing some of the country’s, and the … Read More

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