LEVEL 2: LEAN MANUFACTURING OPERATIVE
Carrying out manufacturing activities on multiple products with different specifications consecutively. This apprenticeship is for new apprentices and/or existing staff in full time employment that may want a change in career or upskill in their existing role.
Businesses within the sector range from small family run manufacturing operations to large multi-national companies driving the countries growth & wealth.
The UK’s Manufacturing Industry is highly regarded worldwide for its innovation and manufacturing excellence and requires a high degree of skill & knowledge across all levels of their organisations.
A Lean Manufacturing Operative will be expected to carry out their work safely and meet the exacting quality standards demanded in a fast paced and efficient processing environment and develop into a multi-skilled operator through process ownership. A Lean Manufacturing Operative can be required to carry out manufacturing activities on multiple products with different specifications consecutively.
Our online e-portfolio system will guide the apprentices through a simple to follow curriculum aligned to all the required Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours, with a variety of virtual learning environments and insights to the best examples to help exceltheir learning
This course consists of multiple sessions, videos, each of which is a collection of related lessons.
In addition to the core knowledge and skills of a Lean Manufacturing Operative (LMO) Apprenticeship they must complete ONE of the following job role options:
Job role option 1: LMO working within production/assembly
Job role option 2: LMO working within inspection/quality assurance
Job role option 3: LMO working within logistics/material handling
Job role option 4: LMO working within production processing/finishing
As part of the apprenticeship the LMO will also complete a Level 2 Diploma in Manufacturing (knowledge and skills)
The End Point Assessment will include the following after the EPA checklist has been completed:
Assessment method 1: Observation with question & answers
Assessment method 2: Professional discussion
The observation should take around 2 hours.
The Independent Assessor will observe sufficient production cycles to be able to accurately assess the competence of the apprentice.
The observation may be split into discrete sections held over a working day.