Chief Chemist

3/1/2006 11:27:33 PM

YOU SHOULD ATTEND IF:
  • You are a chemist, process engineer or manager and you need to understand how factory manufacturing reports are calculated, interpreted and checked against theoretical considerations.

YOU CAN EXPECT TO:

  • Review the raw sugar manufacturing process
  • Understand the significance of all items reported on manufacturing reports
  • Understand how all of the items reported on the daily and weekly manufacturing reports are calculated
  • Calculate a daily manufacturing report manually
  • Perform stock calculations to determine the quantity of sugar and molasses in process
  • Key in data for preparing computer-generated daily and weekly manufacturing reports
  • Perform checks on the validity of the data reported in manufacturing reports

CONTENT YOU CAN COUNT ON:

  • Hands-on calculation of a manufacturing report
  • Using computers to prepare, correct and check manufacturing reports
  • Using the data on manufacturing reports to analyze factory operations

EXPERTS YOU'LL HEAR FROM:
Dr. Harold Birkett

COURSE DATE: TBA

COURSE VENUE:
AUDUBON SUGAR INSTITUTE, SAINT GABRIEL, LOUISIANA

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