Fundamentals of Manufacturing for an ERP like SAP

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Fundamentals of Manufacturing for an ERP like SAP
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3.18 GB
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8h 9m

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eBodhisathva Solutions

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4/2023

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Fundamentals of Manufacturing for an ERP like SAP

What you’ll learn

What is Manufacturing
Types of Manufacturing at a glance
Bill of Material & Routing
Discrete Job Shop
Repetitive Manufacturing
Assemble to Order Manufacturing
Project Manufacturing
Process Manufacturing
Just in Time (JIT)
Inventory Management: Inventory Classification
Order Review Methods: Quantity Based Order Review Methods (ROP, POQ . Hybrid, Visual etc)
Order Review Methods: Demand and Quantity based Order Review Methods (TPOP and MRP)

Fundamentals of Manufacturing for an ERP like SAP

Requirements

The knowledge gained from the course forms the prerequisites for many career paths such as ERP career, Industrial Engineering, Production Management and other relevant disciplines
Experience in Manufacturing Industry in any functions such as Accounting, Sales, Production, Costing, Design, and Planning etc.

Description

Fundamentals of Manufacturing for an ERP is a Course released on 26th November 2020, aimed at freshers aspiring to learn and Fundamentals of Manufacturing Functions. The Course than was upgraded on regular intervals till date (18-Jan-2022)In typical manufacturing organization you may be directly part of manufacturing the Products of your organization. Or you may be dealing with Manufacturing unit while performing functions such as Sales, Marketing, Procurement, Planning, Design, Accounting, Finance, Store keeping and Services. In all your dealings you might be wondering on some of the terms and practices that you might be hearing in the conversations with your Manufacturing counterparts.You as a Store keeper deal with issuing materials and may realize certain material are issued as a set because they are all used to make certain product. At times, you will be seeing alternative items issued in place of the items in the Material list against the work order for which you are issuing the material. At times, you see some material are not immediately requested even if they are in the Material list of Work order. This is probably because they are needed only in later steps of manufacturing. You will pick a few things about manufacturing and miss many.As a Sales person you will be wondering why an order for big quantity from customer can not be fulfilled at the given dates. Why cant this order be still taken and fulfil by engaging more people to complete on time. You will be disappointed for the delay of Cash Flow when the Planner or Plant manager firmly confirm the order of such size can be delivered only at a later date. You may really want to know what are those constraints which can not let the Production Plant deliver the order on the date you wanted even with adding man power.Even as a Lathe Machine expert in the Manufacturing Department, you might be wondering on many aspects on what is impact of your work on the end product and why certain scheduling actions on your piece of work, are not clear to you.This kind of “missing knowledge” or “gaps of knowledge” is quite common for all interfacing functions of Manufacturing, as well as the function Manufacturing itself. Every one of you know a little bit on Manufacturing not all the basics. If any of you want to pick up Manufacturing as your add-on Skill or full time career, you may first want to get to the basics.Any career aspirant a new comer from the college or a non-manufacturing SME want to get in to Manufacturing domain, the basics will be the starting point. And basics are the foundation based on which you grow.eBodhisathva Solution made the course with above kind of professionals and starters.This course is fully focused on explaining the very fundamentals of Manufacturing, with detailed illustrations where possible.The examples used in the Course are not very usual examples that you may see from public information. Lot of effort is spent to include more realistic and close to real examples in the Organization.To make the explanation very appealing, lot of graphics and animations are applied appropriately.The aspirants of ERP career, IT consultants, Professionals in other domains of Manufacturing industry and Engineering students may take this as a starting point before going in depth to specialized topics within Manufacturing.The Course is structured as below:Introduction to ManufacturingBill of Material RoutingTypes of ManufacturingDiscrete Job ShopRepetitive ManufacturingAssemble to Order ManufacturingProject ManufacturingProcess ManufacturingJust in Time (JIT) Inventory typesInventory types according to how they are usedRelevance in multiple manufacturing environment (for each inventory type)Inventory ClassificationABC, ClassificationFast and Slow Moving How Inventory Management policies are determined for each typeOrder Review methods Quantity Based review methods (Re-Order Point, POQ, Visual reviews etc)Demand and Quantity based review methods (TPOP and MRP etc)Briefing on Planning Functions (Netting requirements, Scheduling methods and Lot sizing)The Course has supporting Off-line reading material in the form of eBooks for most of the topics covered.The Course included exercises for Practical understanding of the concepts, wherever applicable.The Course is associated Quizs for students to refresh their understanding during attending courseThis course will be Continuously refined according to the feedback received. The enhancements will be included in the course for no extra-cost for the students already enrolled as well as for new students. The audience are requested to make a note that the course will be a bit slow keeping the target audience (Novices)in view. Any in-depth understanding needs further efforts on top of attending this course.

Overview

Section 1: About the Course

Lecture 1 About the Course

Section 2: Introduction

Lecture 2 Section Contents

Lecture 3 Manufacturing Definition

Lecture 4 Transformation From Raw Material to Finished Product

Lecture 5 Key Terms in Transformation Process

Lecture 6 Manufacturing Process at a Glance

Lecture 7 Section Recap

Section 3: Bill of Material

Lecture 8 Major Inputs for Manufacturing: BOM and Routing

Lecture 9 Section Agenda

Lecture 10 Bill of Material- Definition

Lecture 11 Bill of Material- Structure of Bill of Material

Lecture 12 Types of BOM- Introduction

Lecture 13 Types of BOM – Engineering BOM (EBOM)

Lecture 14 Types of BOM – Production BOM (PBOM)

Lecture 15 Types of BOM – Sales BOM

Lecture 16 Types of BOM – Service BOM

Lecture 17 Types of BOM – Modular (Super) BOM

Lecture 18 Bill of Material- WhereUsedBOM

Lecture 19 Bill of Material- Uses of BOM

Lecture 20 Bill of Material-Summary / Recap

Section 4: Routing

Lecture 21 Routing: Course Contents

Lecture 22 What is Routing

Lecture 23 Work Center

Lecture 24 Manufacturing Lead Time-Introduction

Lecture 25 Manufacturing Lead Time – Setup Time

Lecture 26 Manufacturing Lead Time – Run Time

Lecture 27 Manufacturing Lead Time – Wait Time

Lecture 28 Manufacturing Lead Time – Move Time

Lecture 29 Manufacturing Lead Time – Queue Time

Section 5: Types of Manufacturing – Introduction

Lecture 30 Types of Manufacturing

Section 6: Types of Manufacturing – Discrete Job Shop

Lecture 31 Discrete Job Shop – Overview

Section 7: Types of Manufacturing – Discrete Batch Job Shop Manufacturing

Lecture 32 Batch Job Manufacturing

Lecture 33 Batch Job Manufacturing – Process Flow

Lecture 34 Batch Job Manufacturing – Repetitive versus Batch manufacturing

Lecture 35 Batch Job Manufacturing – Pros and Cons

Section 8: Types of Manufacturing – Repetitive Manufacturing

Lecture 36 Repetitive Manufacturing 1: Brief Introduction

Lecture 37 Repetitive Manufacturing – Explanation Through an illustration

Lecture 38 Repetitive Manufacturing – Inferences on Process

Lecture 39 Repetitive Manufacturing – Mixed Model Layouts

Lecture 40 Repetitive Manufacturing – Repetitive Vs Job shop Comparision

Lecture 41 Repetitive Manufacturing – Recap and Conclusion

Section 9: Types of Manufacturing – Project Manufacturing

Lecture 42 Project Manufacturing01 – Brief Overview

Lecture 43 Project Manufacturing 02-Process Flow

Lecture 44 Project Manufacturing 03 – Comparison with Jobshop and Repetitive MFG

Lecture 45 Project Manufacturing 04 – Summary

Section 10: Types of Manufacturing – Assemble to Order Manufacturing

Lecture 46 Assemble To Order Manufacturing – Introduction

Lecture 47 Assemble to Order Manufacturing – Definition

Lecture 48 Assemble to Order Manufacturing – Demand Planning approach

Lecture 49 Assemble to Order Manufacturing – ATO Kits

Lecture 50 Assemble to Order Manufacturing – Process at a glance

Lecture 51 Assemble To Order Manufacturing – Section Recap and Conclusion

Section 11: Types of Manufacturing – Process Manufacturing

Lecture 52 Process Manufacturing

Section 12: Types of Manufacturing – Just in Time (JIT)

Lecture 53 Just in Time (JIT)

Section 13: Inventory Types and Classifications from Manufacturing Perspective

Lecture 54 Inventory Classification: Definition

Lecture 55 Drivers for Inventory Management

Lecture 56 IM-C.03-Classification of Inventory (based on use)

Lecture 57 IM-C.03-Raw Materials and Components

Lecture 58 IC-C.03.2-Work in Progress

Lecture 59 IM-C.03.3-Semi-Finished Inventory

Lecture 60 IM-C.03.4-Finished Inventory

Lecture 61 IM-C.03.5-Consigned Inventory

Lecture 62 IM-C.03.6-MRO

Lecture 63 IM-C.03.7-Other types of Inventory

Lecture 64 IM-C.04-Inventory Classification based on Value and Consumption Pattern

Lecture 65 IM-C.05-Recap and Summary

Section 14: Order Review and Planning Methods: Context

Lecture 66 Order Review Methods – Context: Agenda

Lecture 67 Order Review Methods- Context: Illustration of Order Fulfillment Cycle

Lecture 68 Order Review Methods – Context: Dependencies and Uncertainties in Order cycle

Lecture 69 Order Review Methods – Context: Important Terms

Lecture 70 Order Review Methods – Context: Recap & Summary

Section 15: Order and Planning Methods: Quantity Based Review methods

Lecture 71 IMORQ.1-Quantity Based Order Review Methods

Lecture 72 IMORQ-2. Order Point based Review Method

Lecture 73 IMORQ-3.1. Periodic Review System

Lecture 74 IMORQ-3.2. Hybrid Review Systems

Lecture 75 IMORQ-4. VIsual based Review Method

Lecture 76 IMORQ-5. Summary

Section 16: Order Review and Planning Methods: Demand based Review Methods

Lecture 77 IMORD-1. Demand based Planning : Context

Lecture 78 IMORD-2. Demand based Planning :Time Phased Order Point (TPOP)

Lecture 79 IMORD-3. Demand based Planning : Materials Requirement Planning (MRP)

Section 17: Quizs

Section 18: Practice Kit for BOM and Routing

Section 19: Bonus Section – Our Courses

Lecture 80 Bonus Lecture – Our Courses

ERP aspirants,Students of Engineering Industrial management other relevant disciplines,ERP Product Consultants aspiring to understand Manufacturing,ERP Consultants of other fields aspiring to understand Manufacturing

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 8h 9m | 3.18 GB
Created by: eBodhisathva Solutions

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