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A model for the development of
work-based progression routes
Dr Alison Felce
Miss Sandra Perks
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The partners
Employee
/ Learner
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The partnership
Signed in
2012
Vocational
qualifications
Integrated
model
University
awards
Placements
On & off-thejob
Curriculum
development
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ZF Lemforder
Training Centre Concept
Progression route for operations
shown; technical route to be
identified
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The background
Changing
production
model
Multi-million
£ investment
Up-skilling
and
commitment
External
competition
Recruitment
and
retention
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The process
Quasi-KTP
STEP placement
Graduate
• Background & experience
FE College as partner
Early ‘wins’
Longer term development
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The focii
Investment and new equipment
Opportunities for all
Employee empowerment
Changing organisational culture
Creating positive work environment
Impact on outputs, efficiency & profitability
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Phase 1
NVQ in Performing Engineering Operations
Leadership and Management Development
In-company training facility
• Catalyst for success
• Primary role for Training Centre Co-ordinator
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Building the foundations
The in-company training facility
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Toyota Skills Model
Fundamental Skill
Initial research focused on the Toyota skills model and
other training initiatives in the automotive industry.
Standardised Work Skill
Applied Skill
Basic Skill
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What is a Fundamental Skill?
“a generic skill that can be applied to a number of activities”.
E.g. running is the fundamental skill on which many sports
are based.
Fundamental Skill
Applied Skills
Applied Skills
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Benchmarking and
Skills Mapping
• Skills mapping in the
factory
• Machining and
assembly stations
• Skills occurrences at
each station
Factory layout
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Skills Grouping  5 Fundamental Skills
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5 Fundamental Skills at C-Darlaston
Visual Inspection
Gauging
Loading/Unloading
Packing
Use of Tools
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Progression through the Training Centre /
Skills Lab
TRAINING CENTRE
Step 3
Step 2
• Intro to ZF
• Statutory
Requirements
• Health &
Safety
• Manual
Handling
• ZF Production
System
• Docs to use
• 5S
• Standard
working
• Quality
• Gauging
• Visual
Inspection
• Packing
• Load /
Unload
• Use of tools
Applied
Knowledge
• What
Process ?
• Machining
• Assembly
• Weld
• Work
Manual
• Parts ID
• Process
Docs
On the Job
Training
On the Job Training
Fundamental
Skill
Applied Knowledge
Fundamental
Knowledge
Fundamental Skill
Fundamental Knowledge
Step 1
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• Enhanced
Training
specific to
the process
Monitoring,
Assessment
and
Continued
Development
“Skills Lab”:
Over-riding Learning Objectives
Gain practical experience in ZFL fundamental skills
using best practice techniques.
Engage in developing and sharing best practice
techniques.
Develop a better understanding of causes and
consequences.
Presentation Title, Date
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ZF confidential
ZF Lemforder
Training Centre Concept
Progression route for operations
shown; technical route to be
identified
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Higher Apprenticeships Frameworks
Advanced Manufacturing Engineering
Level 4
Level 5
Level 6 ?
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Benefits of this Partnership
Lessons learnt
Critical success factors
Business / academe collaboration
Future potential
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Discussion points
Share experiences
Advice / feedback
Alternative approaches
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Any questions?
Contact details:
[email protected]
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