The world of digital manufacturing can be daunting, but it needn’t be.
Digital manufacturing is all about using data to improve output, processes, and productivity. Companies and workforces of all sizes from across the manufacturing world are benefiting from data-driven manufacturing.
The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland’s CPD programme of courses will give you and your colleagues the skills and knowledge to tackle and embrace the concept while also realising the tangible benefits.
Our continuous professional development (CPD) programme, funded through Scottish Research Partnership in Engineering, is being developed to meet the needs of people and manufacturing businesses throughout the country regardless of specialism.
We tailor our courses to suit the varying needs of different people within a manufacturing environment and cover the essentials as well as key topics such as cyber security, supply chain development, operational excellence, artificial intelligence, automation, visualisation and strategy development.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we have had to pause our face-to-face courses. Instead, we are working on a new virtual programme with details coming soon.
Designed to create awareness of fundamental digital manufacturing concepts and the requirements to successfully navigate through the digital transformation process.
Designed to inform and guide the digital transformation process, each course focuses on one of the following key digital transformation areas: operations, logistics, data, infrastructure and economic considerations.
Designed to develop increased technical awareness and expertise in a wide range of emerging digital technologies, from augmented reality twins to autonomous systems, these courses are suitable for professionals, technical leaders and implementation teams.