System: MTM-MEK accounts for the special demands of processes exhibiting the characteristic of one-of-a-kind or small batch production. The application conditions can be described through the following aspects:
- order-oriented production of products with little or no repetition
- large number of product types and varieties
- long-cycle or non-cyclic work processes
- constant changes in the work processes and conditions
- relatively low degree of routine
- limited possibilities of detailed work instructions with the associated result of increased variation in the work method
Typical application areas exist in companies involved in machine and steel construction, plant construction, aircraft construction, as well as, in the areas of maintenance and repair, logistics, set-up, and change-over work.
Course: MTM-MEK system is a third-generation building block of the MTM-1 method and uses the same statistical analysis of data. This system was created for businesses that produce small lot or one-of-a-kind projects that also have long cycle times or are not performed frequently. We will cover the theory and application of the MTM-MEK system using laboratory practice and successful candidates will receive BlueCard® certification in MTM-MEK at the end of the course.
Duration: 5 days; Normally held M-F.
Prerequisite: Students must have completed MTM-1 or MTM-1Base.
Dates: Please visit our Calendar to Register for the next class that meets your schedule.
Venue: This course is taught by a MTM-Certified Instructor, in a class-room setting; all training materials are included.
Location: This course is held at MTM Productivity Services Corporation, 20720 Watertown Rd, Suite 160, Waukesha, WI 53186 (located approx. 15 miles from the Milwaukee Airport).
Costs (Non-Members / Members): $2,500 / $2,000 USD
On-Site Option: Available; please sign up and request your course dates through our Calendar. Register Now
On-Line Option: Not Available On-Line.
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