MSS40316 Certificate IV in Competitive Systems and Practices

COURSE OVERVIEW

The Certificate IV in Competitive Systems and Practices reflects the role of team leaders or those in similar job roles who are responsible for the implementation and monitoring of competitive systems and practices to improve efficiency in a team or work area and own work role. Individuals apply broad knowledge and analytical skills to facilitate change and improve efficiency. It is designed to suit general manufacturing, basic assembly lines, and jobbing shops.

 

Training and assessment for this qualification is delivered to employees in the workplace where there is a need to learn and implement improvement processes across the entire organisation.

 

In this course participants will undertake practical workplace improvement projects that focus on implementing Lean concepts and sustainable improvements to manufacturing environments. These projects are tailored to suit real areas of improvement within the workplace.

We offer this course as a single qualification or in conjunction with:

DURATION

Training for this qualification is conducted in the workplace over a maximum of 14 months.

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WHO IS IT FOR

This program is suitable for non-manufacturing employees working in a manufacturing company or other business. with significant experience of 5 years and over who can lead projects and work unsupervised in their job roles.

 

Typically, this cohort will be in a support role in a manufacturing company and hold senior job roles in the following areas:

  • Office Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Sales Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Warehousing Supervisor

This qualification assumes that a learner has current or past work experience where operational or technical skills have already been gained and a supervisory or similar level of responsibility exists. This qualification is not suitable for direct entry from school or new entrants to the manufacturing industry who have no previous training or experience in manufacturing.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no prerequisites, however, National Training Services offers this qualification as a work-based training and assessment program and therefore applicants must be employed in a suitable manufacturing company in supervisory positions, or in development to be upskilled or promoted to a supervisory position.

 

Additionally, they will need to have the support of their employer to undertake the training and assessment program.

TUITION FEES

National Training Services can access state government funding for this qualification through the Victorian Skills First funding program. Participants who are eligible for Skills First funding will pay no tuition fees. If participants are not eligible for funding a fee may be required, please contact NTS for details on fee for service costs.

VICTORIAN SKILLS FIRST ELIGIBILITY

Participants may be eligible for Skills First Funding if they are:

  • an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or New Zealand citizen
  • under 20 years old;

OR

  • over 20 years old and enrolling into a qualification higher than the highest qualification already held

 

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CERTIFICATION

To be awarded the MSS40316 Certificate IV in Competitive Systems and Practices, competency must be achieved in twelve (12) units of competency. These are comprised of:

 

  • Three core units of competency
  • Nine elective units of competency

 

NTS PATHWAYS

None

LEARNING

Training and assessment activities undertaken in the workplace include:

  • Training sessions
  • Project planning, implementation and presentation
  • Skills development

ASSESSMENT

Assessment consists of:

  • Written or verbal assessment
  • Workplace observation by the trainer
  • Project presentations reviewed by the trainer and workplace management
  • Third Party Reports

The program is structured into 4 clusters of related and complimentary units. The units and activities within each cluster are structured as follows:

  • Clusters 1 and 2 – Planning, preparation, review, discovery and research
  • Cluster 3 – Workplace improvement projects launched and implemented
  • Cluster 4 – Implementation and consolidation of workplace improvement projects followed by measurement, review, evaluation and reflection

EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

All required equipment and materials are supplied by NTS and provided by the workplace.

Helpful links

training.gov.au  –  for detailed course information.

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Brokering Arrangements

National Training Services has appointed a broker to identify and negotiate with workplaces wishing to undertake this training. See National Training Services Brokers List on our Compliance page for details.

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