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No 1: The Shape of Things to Come. How to use design and new product development for commercial success
Focussing on things people will value tomorrow helps create products that deliver sustainable business advantage. Alistair will show how opportunity spotting, feasibility and market research, brand strategy and prototyping combine to deliver effective mechanical and electronic design through to problem free manufacture.
Alistair Williamson, Lucid Innovation
 
9:50, 30-Sep-2015
No 2: Best Practice & World Class Manufacturing
Becoming a world class company ensures you stand out from your competition, are innovative and produce the best product in terms of design, cost, performance, quality and delivery. We will share with you the key activities that make the UK's best companies so successful.
Ailsa Kaye, Managing Director, Onsite Insights - the UK's National Visit Programme
 
10:50, 30-Sep-2015
No 3: CE Marking 2015 and Beyond
Overview of the major changes that will affect all manufacturers in 2015 and beyond. How do companies keep abreast of change and demonstrate compliance? Learn how to remove the fear and ignorance and how to comply at minimum cost.
Mike Foster, MD, The CE Marking Association
 
12:00, 30-Sep-2015
No 4: An Introduction to 3D Print and the exciting benefits it brings to manufacturers
Case study examples of the limitless applications that this new technology brings is being put across all manufacturing sectors and the new opportunities it could open.
Wayne Kite, Stanford Marsh
 
13:10, 30-Sep-2015
No 5: Technology Opportunities and Challenges for the Aerospace Supply Chain
How NWAA and NATEP is helping SME’s improve their capability and how your organisation may be able to benefit.
Dr David Bailey, Chief Executive Officer of the North West Aerospace Alliance
 
14:10, 30-Sep-2015
No 6: How to Adpot a Successful Intellectual Property Strategy to Harness your Competitive Advantage
Case study examples from manufacturing and electronics to show you how to stay ahead of the game. What can you do to ensure that your R&D spend is not wasted and how to capture and protect your inventions and product designs.
Peter Roberts, Chartered Patent Attorney & European Patent Attorney, Marks & Clerk LLP
 
15:10, 30-Sep-2015
No 7: An Introduction to 3D Print and the exciting benefits it brings to manufacturers
Case study examples of the limitless applications that this new technology brings is being put across all manufacturing sectors and the new opportunities it could open.
Wayne Kite, Stanford Marsh
 
9:45, 1-Oct-2015
No 8: Best Practice & World Class Manufacturing
Becoming a world class company ensures you stand out from your competition, are innovative and produce the best product in terms of design, cost, performance, quality and delivery. We will share with you the key activities that make the UK's best companies so successful.
Ailsa Kaye, Managing Director, Onsite Insights - the UK's National Visit Programme
 
10:50, 1-Oct-2015
No 9: Lean Concepts and the Practical Applications of Waste Elimination
Looking at the origins of Lean, definitions of waste, how to visualise, value stream mapping, lean concepts with Automotive and Service sector case study examples.
Tim Scurlock, Director, Automotive Lean Consulting
 
12:00, 1-Oct-2015
No 10: CE Marking 2015 and Beyond
Overview of the major changes that will affect all manufacturers in 2015 and beyond. How do companies keep abreast of change and demonstrate compliance? Learn how to remove the fear and ignorance and how to comply at minimum cost.
Mike Foster, MD, The CE Marking Association
 
13:10, 1-Oct-2015
No 11: Shaping the Future of Manufacturing. How additive manufacturing and new electronics modules can drive commercial success
New ways of making high quality volume parts are enabling businesses to not only make better products faster, but adopt radically different business models. Alistair will show you how advances in additive metal, plastics, electronics and print manufacturing create lucrative opportunities in sectors as diverse as food and drink, aerospace components, medical devices and toy production.
Alistair Williamson, Lucid Innovation
 
14:10, 1-Oct-2015
No 12: How bespoke apprenticeship training programmes can meet your engineering skill requirements in the future
Including an introduction to government supported training schemes.
John Whitby & Ian Parker, STEGTA, Salford & Trafford Engineering Group Training Association
 
15:10, 1-Oct-2015

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