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Warehouse Operations and Spares Inventory Optimisation Training

Is it right for me?

This high-level course focuses on the algorithms and processes required to identify whether spares should be kept, and if so, the optimal stock levels. This course is aimed at:

  • Warehouse inventory managers

  • Those looking for walked through examples of the various assessments necessary for spares optimisation

What will I learn?
  • Examine how spares are classified and the impact that has on how they are managed

  • Understand and use models to analyse stock levels

  • Implement effective monitoring and auditing processes

How will I benefit?
  • Gain the confidence to review stock levels and implement spares assessment practices in your organisation

  • Get three months of access to modulated course content and assignments, including Q&A sessions with industry experts PLUS a copy of the watermarked slides

  • Receive follow-up tasks to aid retention

Course Delivery

Our warehouse operations and spares inventory optimisation training can be delivered live over two days via interactive virtual classes or directly in a traditional classroom setup on your site. Alternatively, the course is available via a series of webinars that can be accessed via our website which integrate assignments and Q&A opportunities throughout.

 

Both options also enable follow-up reminders and tasks designed and scheduled in order to enable optimal retention and engagement. See here for detail on our research backed guide to training.

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  • Spares Classification – reviewing how spares are classified and the impact that has on how they are managed

  • Spares Assessment – reviewing the requirements for the development of the spares assessment process, including the bill of materials and recommended parts, as well as several methods of assessing what spares should be kept

  • Stock Levels – reviewing spares ABC analysis, economic order quantity calculations, minimum stock level calculations and forecasting requirements

  • Spares Review – reviewing the monitoring and auditing processes required to ensure spares availability

Course Content