Second Workface Planning Training Workshop
As we are entering the final stage of our 3-year engagement with the Construction Industry Institute (CII), we would like to encourage all members to attend this final training facilitated by CII and the National University of Singapore (NUS). The first Workface Planning Training was conducted on the 28th May 18, and for those who weren’t able to attend due to prior engagement, this is the final opportunity to attend the Workface Planning Training Workshop.
The Productivity Council has embarked on a three-year initiative (2015-2018) with the CII to introduce best practices, metrics and benchmarking for the PCM industry. Each year, the Productivity Council will work on a productivity improvement project, targeted at improving overall productivity. This year, the new initiative focused on would be Workface Planning (WFP). WFP is the process of organising and delivering all elements necessary before work is started, to enable craft persons to perform quality work in a safe, effective and efficient manner. Simply stated, the goal of WFP is to get the things to the right people and the right place at the right time. In the field, this is often done by beginning with the end in mind by planning forward but prioritising and sequencing in reverse. Techniques such as two-week look-ahead schedules and metrics such as PPC (Plan Percent Complete) would be instituted to implement WFP.
|Date:||10 July 18 (Tuesday)|
|Time:||2.00pm – 5.00pm (Registration at 1.45pm)|
|Venue:||9 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609431 (Level 1, Training Room T1C)|
|Target Audience:||Personnel involved in the planning of Construction, Maintenance and Shutdown/Turnaround Projects|
|Registration:||Free for all ASPRI Members|
As we have very limited seats available, please note that registration is on a FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVED basis.
To ensure a placement, kindly let us know if you would like to attend the training by 6th July 18 with the following information below:
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If you have any enquiry, you may contact Mr. Dennis Cheok at 6560 5051 during office hour.