By building competitiveness via various skill development programs, Faber Infinite takes pride in adding more steam to the Make in India campaign. Worthy training and skill development programs help organizations to develop people and grow profitability. As it is proven that knowledge is not the only pre-requisite to qualify for an excellent training faculty but it runs parallel with the combination of delivery methodology which gives excellent results.
By understanding the requirement of organization, Faber Infinite has been delivering great results from small to large businesses. We have been conducting training sessions at esteemed organizations, with assured high-end training environment.
We bring some of the recent successful training workshops conducted with feedback rating of more than 90%.
Sharing insights from Training Session on 7 Quality Control tools at Chief Heavy engineering equipment manufacturer with Global Operations catering to Process Plant Industries, Nuclear Power, Defense & Aerospace sector:
Participants were given clear understanding on 7 QC Tools and training was conducted to achieve following objectives:
-To understand the foundations of quality
-To understand the 7 QC tools and its importance
-To understand the methods of implementing 7 QC tools and its benefits
Learnings via Origami Exercise
Members from different departments were a part of the training workshop. It is conducted effectively through various experiential learning exercises and practicality of implementing these tools on the shop floor. Participants said “There was constant interaction with participants during whole training session as well as fabulous examples were given which made understanding easy.” While other said, “Real life examples perfectly matched with 7QC tools.” The overall feedback of the training program came out to be whopping figure of 96%.
Glimpses of Training Workshop on Lean in Software Development at one of the largest locomotive manufacturer based in Vadodara, India:
Training on Lean Management Foundations and Lean in Software Development was conducted to achieve following objectives:
-To understand the foundations of lean management
-To understand the wastes/ inefficiencies in software development
-To understand the importance of lean management along with proper understanding of Operational excellence and Six S in business
-To know how lean can be applied in software development
Learnings via Simulated Factory
Participants were extremely satisfied with the methodology adopted for training and various simulation modules planned for training. One of the participants said, “Practical sessions/ factory simulations were the best part of training because it is the only source which helps us to differentiate between practical and theoretical knowledge.” While other member said, “The training was fabulous; I enjoyed it and learned many things.” According to the feedback obtained about the session the rating was again 96%.
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