Production Planning, Scheduling & Activity Control

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  • Fees : 2900 $
  • Date 24 Feb 2019
  • Location Dubai, English
 

PRODUCTION PLANNING, SCHEDULING AND ACTIVITY CONTROL

Description

 

 

 

 

The main objective of a Manufacturing Planning system is to have the right materials in the right quantities available at the right time to meet the demand of a company's products.

JD Edwards provides a number of different applications within Manufacturing Planning, providing Managers, Supervisors, Planners and Buyers with useful information including:

 

  • What to order
  • How much to order
  • When to order
  • When to schedule delivery

In addition, the Planning applications respond to the changes that take place daily within a company's operations, including entry or change of customer orders, material issues, material scrap, machine break-downs, etc.

Buyers and planners see this information in terms of action messages to:

 

  • Release orders
  • Reschedule orders in/ out/ or cancel
  • Change order quantities

Course Outline

EnterpriseOne Planning Overview

 

  • Intro to Operations Planning
  • Sales and Operations Planning
  • Resource Planning
  • Production Planning
  • Master Scheduling
  • Capacity Planning
  • Material Requirements Planning

Product Definition for Planning

 

  • Item Information
  • Bills of Materials
  • Item Routing
  • Work Order Overview
  • Procurement Overview
  • Lab Exercise – Product Definition

Inventory Management Foundation

 

  • Overview
  • System/ Cross Application Set Up
  • Application Set Up
  • Data Dictionary Settings
  • Warehouse Operations – Transaction Processing
  • Inventory Inquiries

Procurement in a Planning Environment

 

  • Supplier Set Up
  • Item Set Up
  • Purchase Order Entry
  • Receipt Processing

Planning for Saleable Purchased Items

 

  • Sales Order Demand
  • Item Set Up
  • Plan Generation
  • Time Series Results
  • Detailed Message Review/Release
  • Order Modifiers

Manufacturing System Set Up

 

  • Branch Plant Constants
  • Manufacturing Constants
  • Shop Calendar
  • Non-Nettable Locations

Shop Floor Management

 

  • Overview
  • Item Master/ Item Branch Information
  • Item Bills of Materials
  • Work Center Information
  • Item Routing Information
  • Planned Work Order Release
  • Work Order Receipt Routing
  • Rework Work Orders

Material Requirements Planning

 

  • Sources of Demand
    – Open Work Order Pegging
    – Planned Order Pegging
    – Multi-Level Pegging
    – Forecasts
    – Sales Orders
    – Inter-Plant Demand
    – Safety Stock
  • Fine Tuning Requirements
    – Scrap/Yield
    – Leadtime Offsets

Sales and Operations Planning / MPS

 

  • Forecasting
  • Forecast Consumption
  • Safety Stock
  • Operations Planning
  • Levels of MPS
  • Operations Planning – Conclusion

Resource and Capacity Planning

 

  • Planning Families
  • Resource Profiles
  • Resource Planning
  • Planning Bills
  • Planning BOM Forecast Generation
  • Rough Cut Capacity Planning
  • Capacity Planning
  • Finite Forward Scheduling

Multi-Plant DRP

 

  • Supply Chain Definition
  • Branch Transfer Processing
  • Branch Transfer Process w/ Receipt Routing
  • Adding Inbound ASN Processing

Advanced Material Planning

 

  • Blanket Orders
  • Split Suppliers
  • Inbound Goods Inspection
  • Non-Nettable Purchase Orders
  • Auto-Processing of Planning Messages
  • Co/By Products Planning
  • Multi-Phase Master Scheduling
  • Supplier Scheduling
Description

 

 

 

 

The main objective of a Manufacturing Planning system is to have the right materials in the right quantities available at the right time to meet the demand of a company's products.

JD Edwards provides a number of different applications within Manufacturing Planning, providing Managers, Supervisors, Planners and Buyers with useful information including:

 

  • What to order
  • How much to order
  • When to order
  • When to schedule delivery

In addition, the Planning applications respond to the changes that take place daily within a company's operations, including entry or change of customer orders, material issues, material scrap, machine break-downs, etc.

Buyers and planners see this information in terms of action messages to:

 

  • Release orders
  • Reschedule orders in/ out/ or cancel
  • Change order quantities

Course Outline

EnterpriseOne Planning Overview

 

  • Intro to Operations Planning
  • Sales and Operations Planning
  • Resource Planning
  • Production Planning
  • Master Scheduling
  • Capacity Planning
  • Material Requirements Planning

Product Definition for Planning

 

  • Item Information
  • Bills of Materials
  • Item Routing
  • Work Order Overview
  • Procurement Overview
  • Lab Exercise – Product Definition

Inventory Management Foundation

 

  • Overview
  • System/ Cross Application Set Up
  • Application Set Up
  • Data Dictionary Settings
  • Warehouse Operations – Transaction Processing
  • Inventory Inquiries

Procurement in a Planning Environment

 

  • Supplier Set Up
  • Item Set Up
  • Purchase Order Entry
  • Receipt Processing

Planning for Saleable Purchased Items

 

  • Sales Order Demand
  • Item Set Up
  • Plan Generation
  • Time Series Results
  • Detailed Message Review/Release
  • Order Modifiers

Manufacturing System Set Up

 

  • Branch Plant Constants
  • Manufacturing Constants
  • Shop Calendar
  • Non-Nettable Locations

Shop Floor Management

 

  • Overview
  • Item Master/ Item Branch Information
  • Item Bills of Materials
  • Work Center Information
  • Item Routing Information
  • Planned Work Order Release
  • Work Order Receipt Routing
  • Rework Work Orders

Material Requirements Planning

 

  • Sources of Demand
    – Open Work Order Pegging
    – Planned Order Pegging
    – Multi-Level Pegging
    – Forecasts
    – Sales Orders
    – Inter-Plant Demand
    – Safety Stock
  • Fine Tuning Requirements
    – Scrap/Yield
    – Leadtime Offsets

Sales and Operations Planning / MPS

 

  • Forecasting
  • Forecast Consumption
  • Safety Stock
  • Operations Planning
  • Levels of MPS
  • Operations Planning – Conclusion

Resource and Capacity Planning

 

  • Planning Families
  • Resource Profiles
  • Resource Planning
  • Planning Bills
  • Planning BOM Forecast Generation
  • Rough Cut Capacity Planning
  • Capacity Planning
  • Finite Forward Scheduling

Multi-Plant DRP

 

  • Supply Chain Definition
  • Branch Transfer Processing
  • Branch Transfer Process w/ Receipt Routing
  • Adding Inbound ASN Processing

Advanced Material Planning

 

  • Blanket Orders
  • Split Suppliers
  • Inbound Goods Inspection
  • Non-Nettable Purchase Orders
  • Auto-Processing of Planning Messages
  • Co/By Products Planning
  • Multi-Phase Master Scheduling
  • Supplier Scheduling
Description

 

 

 

 

The main objective of a Manufacturing Planning system is to have the right materials in the right quantities available at the right time to meet the demand of a company's products.

JD Edwards provides a number of different applications within Manufacturing Planning, providing Managers, Supervisors, Planners and Buyers with useful information including:

 

  • What to order
  • How much to order
  • When to order
  • When to schedule delivery

In addition, the Planning applications respond to the changes that take place daily within a company's operations, including entry or change of customer orders, material issues, material scrap, machine break-downs, etc.

Buyers and planners see this information in terms of action messages to:

 

  • Release orders
  • Reschedule orders in/ out/ or cancel
  • Change order quantities

Course Outline

EnterpriseOne Planning Overview

 

  • Intro to Operations Planning
  • Sales and Operations Planning
  • Resource Planning
  • Production Planning
  • Master Scheduling
  • Capacity Planning
  • Material Requirements Planning

Product Definition for Planning

 

  • Item Information
  • Bills of Materials
  • Item Routing
  • Work Order Overview
  • Procurement Overview
  • Lab Exercise – Product Definition

Inventory Management Foundation

 

  • Overview
  • System/ Cross Application Set Up
  • Application Set Up
  • Data Dictionary Settings
  • Warehouse Operations – Transaction Processing
  • Inventory Inquiries

Procurement in a Planning Environment

 

  • Supplier Set Up
  • Item Set Up
  • Purchase Order Entry
  • Receipt Processing

Planning for Saleable Purchased Items

 

  • Sales Order Demand
  • Item Set Up
  • Plan Generation
  • Time Series Results
  • Detailed Message Review/Release
  • Order Modifiers

Manufacturing System Set Up

 

  • Branch Plant Constants
  • Manufacturing Constants
  • Shop Calendar
  • Non-Nettable Locations

Shop Floor Management

 

  • Overview
  • Item Master/ Item Branch Information
  • Item Bills of Materials
  • Work Center Information
  • Item Routing Information
  • Planned Work Order Release
  • Work Order Receipt Routing
  • Rework Work Orders

Material Requirements Planning

 

  • Sources of Demand
    – Open Work Order Pegging
    – Planned Order Pegging
    – Multi-Level Pegging
    – Forecasts
    – Sales Orders
    – Inter-Plant Demand
    – Safety Stock
  • Fine Tuning Requirements
    – Scrap/Yield
    – Leadtime Offsets

Sales and Operations Planning / MPS

 

  • Forecasting
  • Forecast Consumption
  • Safety Stock
  • Operations Planning
  • Levels of MPS
  • Operations Planning – Conclusion

Resource and Capacity Planning

 

  • Planning Families
  • Resource Profiles
  • Resource Planning
  • Planning Bills
  • Planning BOM Forecast Generation
  • Rough Cut Capacity Planning
  • Capacity Planning
  • Finite Forward Scheduling

Multi-Plant DRP

 

  • Supply Chain Definition
  • Branch Transfer Processing
  • Branch Transfer Process w/ Receipt Routing
  • Adding Inbound ASN Processing

Advanced Material Planning

 

  • Blanket Orders
  • Split Suppliers
  • Inbound Goods Inspection
  • Non-Nettable Purchase Orders
  • Auto-Processing of Planning Messages
  • Co/By Products Planning
  • Multi-Phase Master Scheduling
  • Supplier Scheduling

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