What are MCP’s consultants up to this week!

MCP’s consultancy staff and training staff are hardened jet setters. However, last night saw Peter Jackson, Trainer, and Dave Porrill, Principal Consultant, arrive in Saltburn-by-the-Sea – the seaside town in North Yorkshire.  Another busy week! Usually, too busy to enjoy their surroundings, both are pictured here on the night of their arrival taking a well-earned … Read More

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Why training is important, from one who knows…

The true value of training “Training is a discipline that business should embrace, but all too often, the value of training is underestimated”. says John Saysell, MCP’s Head of Business Development and Training Practice Manager. Not, only does he understand the benefits of continuous training, he clearly takes this seriously in both his work and pleasure hours. John is pictured below, as … Read More

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MCP Training – Rockin’ All Over the World!

Dave Porrill, Principal Consultant is pictured, this week, Asset Management training in Cincinnati with delegates from various Johnson&Johnson sites. Cincinnati known as The Queen City is the birthplace of Steven Spielberg. Long before he became an iconic Hollywood director, Steven lived in Cincinnati before moving to Phoenix as a child. Cincinnati is no stranger to famous … Read More

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It’s a busy week at Solihull Training Centre

It’s a busy week at Solihull Training Centre – Managing Plant Reliability offers no risk! Managing the risk of equipment failure Maintaining assets is all about managing the risk of equipment failure and its resulting impact on business performance. Developing risk-based plans has the potential to reduce overall workload by up to 30%. Having a … Read More

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Passed with flying colours

A very international affair Latest news from our training department saw MCP deliver programmes in Bangkok, Thailand. This week we delivered the next round of MAMC – a bespoke training programme for the Pharmaceutical giants, Johnson & Johnson. It was a very international affair because the room was filled with 15 delegates from across the Asian region. They … 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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