ToT Workshop -- Case Study – Developing a ToT solution for Toyota Ms Sarah Drew, Burton College


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Case Study – Developing a ToT solution for Toyota by Ms Sarah Drew, Burton College

in a Special Workshop on
‘Training of Trainers: Models & Case Studies from UK’

On the occasion of the
4th FICCI Global Skills Summit 2011

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ToT Workshop -- Case Study – Developing a ToT solution for Toyota Ms Sarah Drew, Burton College

  1. 1. World Class Train the Trainer Projects<br />Toyota Case Study<br />Sarah Drew<br />
  2. 2. The College<br />
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  6. 6. Brands<br />Toyota UK, JCB, Rolls Royce, Johnson Controls, Unilever and The Football Association <br />
  7. 7. 7<br />Toyota - In the World <br />Toyota continued skills investment through the recession, despite unfavourable economic conditions. <br />One of the world’s leading automotive manufacturers<br />Operates 75 manufacturing companies across 28 countries globally<br />Markets vehicles in more than 170 countries<br />
  8. 8. 8<br />Toyota Manufacturing UK Overview<br />Deeside, North Wales<br />engine manufacturing<br />Burnaston, Derbyshire<br />vehicle manufacturing<br /><ul><li> Start of production Sept 1992
  9. 9. 484 employees
  10. 10. £700 million investment
  11. 11. Start of production Dec 1992
  12. 12. 2,786 employees
  13. 13. £1.15 billion investment
  14. 14. Largest and most experienced plants in Europe
  15. 15. Toyota and BSDC - successful 10 year partnership
  16. 16. Youth Apprentices, 3000 adult workers</li></li></ul><li>
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  19. 19. 12<br />Core philosophies<br />CONTINUOUS<br />IMPROVEMENT<br />CHALLENGE<br />KAIZEN<br />GENCHI GENBUTSU<br />RESPECT<br />FOR<br />PEOPLE<br />RESPECT<br />TEAMWORK<br />
  20. 20. Train the Trainers<br />
  21. 21. 14<br />Working together<br />Role<br />Brought efficiencies into the qualification process<br />Motivated members to consider further education<br />Role<br />Facilitated funding agreement<br />Supported with mapping activity – continuing to do so <br />Advice on developing higher level apprenticeship scheme<br />Role<br />Intermediary between TMUK and awarding bodies<br />Provided master trainers<br />Trained TMUK members to become trainers<br />Managed quality & verification process<br />
  22. 22. 15<br />Working together<br />Aligned existing Toyota training to national qualifications – standardisation across plants<br />Train and develop Toyota staff to become trainers<br />Bring different skills to the partnership to ensure both sides develop and learn<br />BSDC trained Toyota trainers; Toyota trained college trainers; working together; mutual strengths<br />Classroom based theory plus training in company on the shop floor – business improvement projects<br />Together, the training team delivered 10000+ qualifications<br />Collaborated on new diploma for hybrid engineering<br />
  23. 23. Benefits from the training intervention <br /><ul><li>Company performance improved in terms of quality, cost and delivery
  24. 24. Highly motivated work force
  25. 25. College capability increased in advanced manufacturing
  26. 26. College developed lean process for delivering education
  27. 27. New technology introduced into the UK</li></li></ul><li>17<br />Turning the corner<br />Introduced Auris Hybrid Synergy Drive <br />supported by unique qualification<br />Returned to lean, efficient manufacturing <br />(full time working and lean manning) <br />Number of employee ideas (bottom up) has increased<br />Cost reductions have placed them in a stronger position<br />Significant quality improvement activities<br />Contributions from skilled, educated workforce= stronger company<br />
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  30. 30. Thank<br />