Digital skills for Manufacturing


This micro-credential has been developed for graduates to be able to:


Describe and use digital processes and complete digital tasks


Describe digital security


Describe and use production or safety data.

What’s in it for your business?

Your valued workers will increase their digital knowledge and confidence, equipping them for technological changes large and small. Your workforce will be future-proofed, and its valuable knowledge retained.


The digital technologies involved in your workplace


How those technologies work together


How those technologies can be harnessed to make life easier and make the workforce more productive.

How is it delivered?

This programme is best delivered via a training provider and is fully funded under the Government's Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF). Employers don't have to pay anything for this micro-credential if they enroll before December 31 2022.



What is Industry 4.0?

One of the key benefits of digital technologies (Industry 4.0) in manufacturing is improved quality and productivity.

That is achieved by digitally networking as many parts of the chain of manufacturing processes as possible – ideally from ordering to dispatch and including the upstream supply chain.

Once achieved, information on ‘what’s happening in the factory’ can be gathered in real-time.

The ‘real time’ aspect is key, often providing early warnings on quality or productivity problems.

Talk to your Competenz representative about your Industry 4.0 requirements.


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