CABWF-DP Cabinetry and Woodworking Technology

Courses and Descriptions

WOOD-3000Production Planning and Control

Production Planning and Control (PP&C) is intended to integrate the students’ knowledge from prerequisite courses such as Industrial Engineering 1 and 2 and Operations Management. This course will build on previous knowledge in order to create a functional production facility. A portion of the course will be devoted to the theories of PP&C, including MRP and MRP II. Students will spend time solving applied problems individually and under supervision, either in a computer lab environment, in industry, or in a classroom environment. Planning, engineering, and design aspects will be discussed and modified if required. Manpower planning, facility utilization, cost benefit calculations, and production scheduling will be part of the main structure to plan and control a complete production process design. Students will be encouraged to work independently or in teams. Input and participation is maximized in a practical application in generating and planning of a manufacturing facility.

Prerequisites

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