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To maximize profit a business must manage its resources effectively.  Whether those resources are machines or people, it is essential to balance the work to be done by those resources to keep customer service at the desired level. This means managing productive capacity well.  A company must understand the capacity of its resources; understand the amount of work to be done by those resources and work to balance those items.  Too much work means either overtime or unhappy customers.  Too little work means paying for resources to remain idle.

During this focused, one-day workshop, you will learn how to quantify the capacity available in your business.  This could be a single person or machine or the entire business.  You will also learn how to calculate the quantity of work to be done, then how to schedule the work in line with your available resources. Join us to learn about it!

Note: this seminar is not an Engineering course on how to properly load a vehicle or perform stress analysis.

APICS Принципи на операционния мениждмънт

Major Topics of the Day:

  • Calculating capacity
  • Adjustments to calculations
  • Calculating Load
  • Loading and Scheduling techniques
  • Preventing overload conditions
  • Measuring Load and Capacity use

Available Courses and Exams

Currently there are no available courses For additional information or requests for Inhouse course, please contact us

Benefits to your company for attending this workshop will likely include:

  • Better Customer Service
  • Better reduced idle time
  • Better use of your resources
  • Increased Profitability

Join us for a fun, yet intensely educational workshop!

Who should attend?

* Operations Managers and Materials Managers
* Planners and Engineers involved in Capacity definition and planning
* Implementation Project Team Members
* Supervisors and Line Lead personnel



ASCM (APICS) is the world's leading association for supply chain management, providing education and certification programs.

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