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Learning outcomes of the course
The students will know the basics of production planning and management as well as production control, materials management and strategic planning.
EUR-ACE: Engineering Practice
Skills learned during this course and previous studies will be applied to practical problems. The students know the challenges and possibilities of information systems in production logistics.
EUR-ACE Production Logistics:
Students will understand the fundamentals of production especially in regards to logistics activities.
TELEC: Economic skills:
Case work will include economic calculations needed for running a production company. The students are learning how to deal with uncertainty and decision making by creating practical engineering solutions how to plan production company's engineering operations.
YHTVI Communication Skills:
The team work presentations are an essential part of requirements.
Basics of management, production, production control, production systems, information systems (ERP) in production control, BOM, networking, quality thinking, packing, production cost accounting. The students will be familiar with different production philosophies (isms’) as Lean, JIT, Kaizen and different production models.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Production Technologies and automation engineering, Introduction to Logistics. Students are able to find information independently, produce calculations and reports. Team working skills are needed.
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
*Satisfactory(1) The students know the basics and understand how to apply their knowledge according to the objectives. Their activity and participation in project work has been irregular. In order to pass the course students must participate the final presentation and have role in there.
*Fair(2) The students know the basics and understand how to apply their knowledge according to the objectives. Their activity during instruction and contribution for the project work has been moderate.
Assessment criteria - grade 3 and 4
*Good(3)The students have attained a good level in the objectives. Their activity during the instruction and project work has been relatively regular.
*Very good(4)The students have attained a good level in the objectives. Their activity during the instruction has been regular.
Assessment criteria - grade 5
*Excellent(5)The students have attained an excellent level in the objectives. In addition, they have shown active participation during the instruction and project work.