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National Chamber workshop on ‘Productivity Improvement Techniques for Manufacturing and Engineering


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A one-day workshop on ‘Productivity Improvement Techniquesfor Manufacturing and Engineering Industries’ will be held on Thursday 23 February from 9 .00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Chamber Auditorium 450 D R Wijewardene Mw,Colombo 10.

The facilitatorwill beSunil G. Wijesinha, a well-recognised corporate trainer on productivity.

He has followed many programsin Japan andis a pioneer in introducing Quality Circles and 5S into Sri Lanka.He has alsobeen awarded for his contribution for promoting productivity in the Asian Region and is a popular speaker on productivity, quality and Japanese management techniques in Sri Lanka and other Asian countries.He is a qualified Production Engineer, Management Accountant with a MBA. 

Medium: English with Sinhala translation.

A certificate ofparticipation will be issued at the end of the program. For more details kindly contact Chamber TP 4741788Nirmani or email sg@nationalchamber.lk;nirmani@nationalchamber.lk.


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