Company operating processes have a key role to play in providing answers to ever-changing strategic challenges. This is particularly true in the fashion sector, one of the most competitive industries and notable for its frequent innovations.
The efficient coordination of all operations, from planning to the optimisation of the supply chain and through to the strengthening of production and distribution, provides companies with a key competitive advantage, enabling them to develop quality products within agreed timeframes and distribute them on the domestic and international market.
The course will provide the tools for the optimal management of all operational functions with the aim of making the company flexible and reactive to the needs of the sector.
The course aims to train professionals that are able to manage production and coordinate the departments of businesses in the fashion sector. By the end of the lessons, participants will have acquired the skills to oversee all production processes, from the procurement of raw materials to the manufacturing of products, guaranteeing respect for quality standards.
The course will cover the various typical operating processes of the fashion sector:
- the technical characteristics of fashion products and different production phases;
- purchases and supplies, planning and optimisation of costs;
- production method and planning of work phases:
- supplier relations;
- production and internal logistics for the strategic management of input and output;
- presentation of best practices in the fashion sector.
Outcomes / Skills acquired
At the end of the course participants will be able to:
– plan supplies of raw materials and components required for production, in line with the business plan;
– manage and solve potential problems during production phases;
– coordinate their activities with those of the workers upstream and downstream from production, to optimise times and costs.
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Upper secondary school leaver’s certificate or equivalent.