Training duration:

200 hours
(127 hours of theory, 73 hours of practice)

Lesson duration:

45 minutes

Accreditation number:

3382/2015/97/3

Control systems automation in mechanical engineering

A graduate of the training program knows how to work with control automation systems. Knows the key and auxiliary functions of manufacturing systems and the key manufacturing processes. The graduate can handle orders and determine the contents of a manufacturing order. Knows the methods for ensuring the manufacturing process, its sequence, production steps and control mechanisms. Is able to set the targets and procedures for ensuring quality control. Knows the maintenance targets and tasks, is familiar with maintenance management and the types of actions and commands, is capable of drawing up a maintenance and servicing schedule. Knows the stock flow management methods in a production environment. Knows how to identify the material, is familiar with warehouse methods for entry and withdrawal of materials, semi-finished goods and unfinished items and products. Knows the technologies for warehouse entry and withdrawal of goods and the way they are used. Capable of recording changes in warehouse inventory. Knows how to define and evaluate manufacturing operations, keep track of the manufacturing and service processes and create or manage the databases of repairs, actions.

A graduate of the training program is able to keep the records concerning the manufacturing process. Knows the methods of document management and archiving, is familiar with the existing documentation systems and trends. Possesses knowledge of the various types of management systems and their use in the manufacturing process..

 

 


  • Information systems for the control systems automation – functions, new trends, production system environment and production visualization
  • Manufacturing process planning, analysis, and evaluation
  • Manufacturing processes, organizational structure of manufacturing, quality management, and control
  • Manufacturing process management and product traceability – management and maintenance
  • Manufacturing process inputs – inventory, suppliers and human resources, material flows in the manufacturing process
  • Data processing, collection and archiving – manufacturing documentation

Effect for participants:

  • Capable of working with control automation systems.
  • Know the difference between industrial automation and an information system for managing the overall automation of manufacturing processes.
  • Possess knowledge concerning the functionalities of the MES/MOM-type manufacturing process automation information systems, their structure, upsides and downsides for use in practice.
  • Know the structure of DCS and are familiar with the functional environment, management, maintenance and properties of manufacturing systems.
  • Capable of working with a user interface, are familiar with process standards and KPI indicators of manufacturing process control automation systems.
  • Know how to work with manufacturing parameters and inputs.
  • Possess knowledge regarding new trends in visualization.
  • Know the system and purpose of planning and its implementation in manufacturing.
  • Know the conditional planning of production and variability in the use of alternative sources.
  • Capable of determining the number of production inputs, setting the priority of actions and choosing the best option.
  • Know how to statistically evaluate the production outputs and know the methods of quality, capacity and productivity assessment.
  • Capable of monitoring and evaluating the key factors for the manufacturing process, processing the process data and identifying problems.
  • Know the principles of balancing and monitoring the performance indicators, capable of preparing an overview of outputs and their interpretation.
  • Know the functioning of manufacturing process control system automation, the types of production and how it is structured.
  • Understand the basic principles of processes related to manufacturing systems.
  • Capable of defining the manufacturing processes and sub-processes.
  • Know the difference between industrial automation and an information system for managing the overall automation of manufacturing processes.
  • Know the key and auxiliary functions of manufacturing systems and the key manufacturing processes.
  • Capable of defining the basic criteria and conditions for creating manufacturing procedures, including procedures and processes that may occur when expected conditions are not met.
  • Know the methods for ensuring the manufacturing processes, the sequence, manufacturing operations and control mechanisms.
  • Capable of setting the targets and procedures for ensuring quality control.
  • Understanding the processes for record-keeping, analysis, and visualization of input/output control results, as well as for repair management. 
  • Becoming familiar with the system and structure of the manufacturing process, the scheme of operations and the implementation of an information system and their interoperability.
  • Capable of managing orders, defining the content of a manufacturing order and individual inputs (time, material) determining the course of production.
  • Capable of managing the production flow across manufacturing units based on selected parameters.
  • Understanding the methods of product traceability, collection, and evaluation of data for the minimization of downtimes and errors in the manufacturing process.
  • Know the maintenance targets and tasks, are familiar with maintenance management and the types of actions and commands, are capable of drawing up a maintenance and servicing schedule.
  • Know the stock flow management methods in production.
  • Know how to identify the material, are familiar with warehouse methods for entry and withdrawal of materials, semi-finished goods and unfinished items and products.
  • Know the warehouse entry and withdrawal technologies and the method of their integration and communication.
  • Capable of recording the movements in warehouse flows and defining the attributes for tracking and recording warehouse stocks.
  • Know the technology for reducing search times, RFID technology implementation and the use of mobile devices in the process.
  • Know how to prepare an overview of logistical processes related to inventory management and control, as well as an overview of basic technology for item identification.
  • Know how to define and evaluate production activities, keep track of the manufacturing and service processes and create or manage the databases of repairs, actions.
  • Capable of managing and assessing suppliers based on defined criteria and setting the evaluation parameters.
  • Capable of assessing employee performance and productivity.
  • Understand the human resources management and planning and know the difference between HR and a manufacturing system.
  • Capable of handling documentation related to the manufacturing process prior to the launch of production and during the production.
  • Know the management and archiving methods for manufacturing documentation and data.
  • Familiar with an overview of existing systems and new trends in documentation management and its integration in the manufacturing process.
  • Know the various types of production data and technical conditions for its collection and processing.
  • Possess knowledge regarding various types of control systems and their use and integration in the manufacturing process.
  • Know how to interpret outputs generated by systems.