Dak Consulting

Developing Improvement Leaders

Telephone: 01491 845 504

Upcoming Courses

  • Date: 6-7 February 2018

    Traditional preventive maintenance practices can fail to deliver consistently high plant performance because they do not consider all factors which can adversely impact on plant performance.  Fast-Track RCM uses the same rigorous logic as Classical RCM but covers the development of counter measures to all equipment failure modes including set up, performance and the impact of production processes. 

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  • Date: 6th - 8th March 2018

    Learn how to develop a practical proactive maintenance strategy to support Lean manufacturing, TPM or Six Sigma improvement goals. Participants complete a 7 Step Lean Maintenance Review of current practices and develop a customised maintenance improvement plan to progress towards a "zero breakdowns" maintenance culture and optimised asset performance. A road map to cost effective, value adding maintenance for maintenance leaders and change agents. 24 CPD points awarded with this course.

    At the heart of a Lean Maintenance Strategy are 5 areas of maintenance added value.

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  • Date: 10-12 April 2018

    Project Management for Improvement Leaders concerned with getting buy in, delivering benefits and sustaining improvement from Manufacturing and Engineering Projects. Unlike generic Project Management training with their emphasis on managing contractual arrangements, this course is designed to meet the needs of the managers, team leaders and engineers delivering small and medium sized project scopes.

    20 REASONS WHY PEOPLE BOOKED A PLACE ON THIS COURSE

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Training to Black Belt Level

  • Training for Yellow to Black Belt Levels

    DAK Academy provides practical training for improvement leaders in organisations faced with the challenge of guiding front line, middle management and senior teams to deliver year on year improvement in performance. Course content is graded using the levels shown below to develop skills and confidence of 1. those who need a basic understanding (Yellow Belt), 2. those with the challenge of implementation (Green Belt) and 3. those who need to train others to implement improvement (Black Belt and Master Black Belt).           

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Newsletters

  • Early Equipment Management / Maintenance Prevention

     

    Most managers have had experience of projects which failed to deliver their promise or where costs escalated farbeyond their original estimate.  Research shows that root causes are most frequently traced back to the early project stages. This newsletter explains how Early Equipment Management deals with potential project risks and supports the delivery of enhanced project value, on time, on budget.

     

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Clients Including

Kohler Mira

  KERRY Howdens ACO LogoForbo logoGreencore Group

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