New and Established Australian Manufacturers Presented with Innovative Ideas and Tools to Create and Sustain a Profitable and Successful Business - Future Training Program announced for the month of October; Advanced Manufacturing CRC Expects Seats to Fill Up Quickly.
Australian Businesses Benefit from New Innovation Management Training Program
Representatives from various manufacturing firms in Australia received a generous amount of insight on what it takes to promote and sustain key business growth and sustainment. The New Innovation Management Training Program, the first hosted in June 2011 by Advanced Manufacturing CRC (AMCRC), was a big success for all who attended. The training program, designed and collaborated by the industry’s foremost experts, explains the need for businesses to focus on the future by remaining competitive and innovative; an area in which many companies fall short.
Realizing a need for change in the way manufacturing firms rely on mainstream processes and technology, AMCRC saw an opportunity. Combining their years of experience and success in a variety of fields and practices, AMCRC created Innovativity Training. A step-by-step program that gives manufacturing firms the necessary tools and know-how, to create streamlined innovation processes while teaching the importance of effective innovation techniques.
After completing the Innovation Training program in June, Adrian Morphett of Earth systems stated, “This world leading course will give you the tools you need to maximise innovation in your organization, in a targeted way that will help with attaining commercial success. This course is applicable to any business in any maturity.” His conclusion was at par with the other attendees who had nothing but praise after attending the four day New Innovation Management Training Program led by AMCRC.
AMCRC Announces Next Innovativity Training Seminar for October
Due to the success of its initial launch last June, AMCRC has announced its plans for an upcoming Innovation Training Program for Australian Manufacturers and their representatives to take advantage of. Dates for the upcoming 4-day seminar have been confirmed for the 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th of October, located in Melbourne, Australia. In consideration of all participants and to maximize course effectiveness, seats are limited to 25 participants; this is to ensure participants attending the program receive a generous amount of individual attention.
Parties interested in attending the upcoming Innovation Training Program in upcoming October are encouraged to register via their website http://innovativity.com.au/program/. Those who register will be contacted and given further information such as brochures, program schedule and pricing.
Putting Ideas to Work for Future Success
The Innovation Management Training Program, hosted by the foremost experts from the advanced manufacturing and intellectual property industry, spans 4 days and contains 8 comprehensive modules. Each module is comprised of presentations, activities, and networking opportunities allotted for each day of the program. Inclusive of the industry leading innovation guidance and insight, those in attendance will also receive:
- Benchmarking – Against the competition to maximise innovation investment
- Case Studies – Interactive analysis of success stories with group discussion
- Best Practice – Access to the innovation best-practice whitepapers and guides
- Take-Aways - An application tool-set for your business
- Materials – Workbook, Planning Templates, and Checklists
- Support – Ongoing support services
Innovativity, conceived by the Advanced Manufacturing Co-Operative Research Centre (AMCRC), provides training as it relates to innovation management while focusing on key solutions to promote and sustain innovation. Innovativity also equips employees with proven skills, tools, and resources required to develop, protect, and commercialise new technology.
Dr Steven Trpkovski
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Advanced Manufacturing CRC
The Advanced Manufacturing CRC is part of the Cooperative Research Centres Program where, with funding from the Australian Government, researchers and industries are brought together to develop lasting innovative solutions. With an emphasis on delivering economic, environmental and social benefits, the CRC program combines leading research capabilities with invaluable industry knowledge and intellectual property.
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