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One-hour sessions cover key manufacturing and supply chain issues, presented by top speakers in their industry fields. Places fill up fast so book yours early!

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Sessions 1 to 6 and 7 to 12 (Engineering) take place in Seminar Theatre 2 and
sessions 13 to 18 and 19 to 24 (Electronics) take place in Seminar Theatre 1.

Seminar Session Details
Time
No 1: Value Stream Mapping
How to map your process flow in order to streamline work processes, cut lead times, reduce costs and increase quality.
Mark Schaffer, Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East.
 
9.30, 10/2/2010
No 2: Rapid Manufacturing in the Future
Looking at the development and impact of Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Tooling Technologies on manufacturing in the future.
Graham Tromans, Rapid Manufacturing Research Group, Loughborough University.
 
10.45, 10/2/2010
No 3: CE Marking - An update to new legislative requirements
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.
Alan Powell, CE Marking Association.
 
12.00, 10/2/2010
No 4: Six Sigma - An innovative approach for both large and small companies
Why Six Sigma is the next generation approach for process improvement across your company. Can it be adopted by SMEs? How does it differ from other techniques?
Sylvain Briand, Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East.
 
13.15, 10/2/2010
No 5: Building Competitive Advantage
An introduction to strategy and planning from the manufacturers' perspective.
Dominic Brown, Snr Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East.
 
14.15, 10/2/2010
No 6: Secrets of Low Cost Marketing
On a modest marketing budget, but want to attract more customers? Make your business stand out from the crowd.
Chris Needham, Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East and Nigel Temple, Business Link.
 
15.15, 10/2/2010
No 7: Collaborate to win more business
Understand why prime and tier 1 customers want to award more business to suppliers than join in collaboration. Learn some of the common pitfalls and factors for success.
Clive Lewis, Achieving the Difference.
 
9.30, 11/2/2010
No 8: Lean Lessons
How embracing Lean Thinking can increase your competitiveness, reduce waste, shorten lead times, reduce inventory and add real value for your customers.
Chris Needham, Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East.
 
10.45, 11/2/2010
No 9: How to succeed at New Product Development
Got a great idea? How do you bring it to market and ensure its success? With an estimated 96% of new products failing, it is a business imperative that you sort winners from losers at an early stage.
Grant Baker, Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East.
 
12.00, 11/2/2010
No 10: Supply Chain and SC21
How to get the best value from purchasing and supply chain improvement in the aerospace and defence industries. Increase your competitive edge and market share by developing collaborative relationships with your suppliers and customers.
Sue Talbot, Purchasing Specialist, MAS South East and Farnborough Aerospace Consortium.
 
13.15, 11/2/2010
No 11: Value Stream Mapping
How to map your process flow in order to streamline work processes, cut lead times, reduce costs and increase quality.
Mark Schaffer, Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East.
 
14.15, 11/2/2010
No 12: Lean Design
How to deliver the right products to the right market, to specification, to cost and on time.
Richard Teal, Value Engineering Specialist, MAS South East
 
15.15, 11/2/2010
No 13: Waste Stream Management & Environmental Leglislation
A practical overview of how to start dealing with your waste effectively and save money. Includes advice on hazardous waste and legislation.
Roger Dyer, Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East and Business Link
 
9.30, 10/2/2010
No 14: How to succeed at New Product Development
Got a great idea? How do you bring it to market and ensure its success? With an estimated 96% of new products failing, it is a business imperative that you sort winners from losers at an early stage.
Grant Baker, Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East
 
10.45, 10/2/2010
No 15: Lean Lessons
How embracing Lean Thinking can increase your competitiveness, reduce waste, shorten lead times, reduce inventory and add real value for your customers.
Chris Needham, Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East.
 
12.00, 10/2/2010
No 16: Rapid Manufacturing in the Future
Looking at the development and impact of Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Tooling Technologies on manufacturing in the future.
Graham Tromans, Rapid Manufacturing Research Group, Loughborough University.
 
13.15, 10/2/2010
No 17: The Impact of EMC Directive 2004/108/EC: What Manufacturer's need to do!
Looking at Technical documentation, DoC, user information requirement and standards.
Chris Marshman, York EMC Services.
 
14.15, 10/2/2010
No 18: CE Marking - An update to new legislative requirements
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.
Alan Powell, CE Marking Association.
 
15.15, 10/2/2010
No 19: Stock Reduction and Materials Management
How to have the right materials available at the right time without tying up lots of your precious stock.
Sue Talbot, Purchasing Specialist, MAS South East.
 
9.30, 11/2/2010
No 20: Six Sigma - An innovative approach for both large and small companies
Why Six Sigma is the next generation approach for process improvement across your company. Can it be adopted by SMEs? How does it differ from other techniques?
Sylvain Briand, Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East.
 
10.45, 11/2/2010
No 21: How to become a supplier to the Aerospace/Autosport sectors
Barriers exist but so do rewards for the supplier that acts strategically. See how others have found their niche and built the right relationships.
Clive Lewis, Achieving the Difference.
 
12.00, 11/2/2010
No 22: The True Cost of Outsourcing
An evaluation of total cost in Outsourcing Strategy and Risk Management through an optimal Best Fit Manufacturing Model.

 
13.15, 11/2/2010
No 23: CE Marking - An update to new legislative requirements
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.
Alan Powell, CE Marking Association.
 
14.15, 11/2/2010
No 24: Waste Stream Management & Environmental Legislation
A practical overview of how to start dealing with your waste effectively and save money. Includes advice on hazardous waste and legislation.
Roger Dyer, Manufacturing Specialist, MAS South East and Business Link.
 
15.15, 11/2/2010

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