This four day self-study course, Manufacturing in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 provides students with the tools and information to help them better understand and identify the new and enhanced features of Manufacturing in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013.
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Delivery: Blended learning
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Minimum number of delegates: 1:1
Maximum class size: 20
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Next availability: Immediate
Applicable for: Application Developer, Data Analyst, Programmer
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NB: Microsoft have retired this course in March 2017. The exam is shortly going to be retired. However we are still offering this course as a large number of our customers still need access to this.
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This four day self-study course, Manufacturing in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 provides students with the tools and information to help them better understand and identify the new and enhanced features of Manufacturing in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013. The primary audience is a Partner that sells and implements NAV 2013. This person typically investigates the customer’s environment and makes recommendations on what and how to implement NAV 2013. The Partner needs to understand the manufacturing vertical industry.
At Course Completion
- Provide an overview of the demonstration company, CRONUS International.
- Explain how to set the working date.
- Show how to change the default profile to Production Planner.
- Describe license information.
- Describe the production BOM structure and its basic features.
- Explain and demonstrates production BOM advanced features.
- Show production BOM reports.
- Explain how to set up capacity.
- Show how to create routings.
- Describe the advanced features for routings.
- Review the standard capacity and routing reports.
- Describe the different production order statuses.
- Explain how to create and schedule a production order.
- Describe the different types of changes that you can make to a production order and shows how to make each change.
- Show how to use the Production Order batch job.
- Explain additional production order topics, such as reservations, statistics, phantom BOMs, and manufacturing batch units of measure.
- Review the production order listings and reports.
- Review the flow of events as production orders move from release until they are finished.
- Describes the options and procedures that are related to material consumption and production output.
- Show how to pick components and put away finished goods in the warehouse.
- Explain the uses of the consumption journal, output journal, and production journal.
- Describes all fields on the Manufacturing Setup page.
- Explain all fields on the item card that affect manufacturing.
- Review all fields on the stock keeping unit card that affect manufacturing.
- Describe and demonstrates all aspects of sales order planning.
- Explain and demonstrates all aspects of order planning.
- Describe the production forecast functionality.
- Explain the integration between production forecasting and planning.
- Show how actual demand is netted against forecast demand.
- Describe forecasting by location, order tracking as it relates to forecasting, and forecasting setup.
- Review the forecast reports.
- Describe the general concepts of the planning system.
- Introduce the planning worksheet and related functions.
- Explain how to use regenerative planning.
- Show how to use net change planning.
- Describe how parameters affect the planning process.
- Explain how to use order tracking and action messages.
- Define item variants.
- Explain how to use locations in planning.
- Show how to perform transfers between locations.
- Describe how to use blanket sales orders in planning.
- Explain how to use multilevel production orders.
- Review how to filter the planning worksheet.
- Show how to change the replenishment system for a planning line.
- Describe how to refresh planning lines.
- Identify the available planning reports.
- Describe how to set up a subcontractor and define subcontractor costs.
- Show how to assign a subcontractor work center to a routing operation.
- Explain how to use the subcontracting worksheet to issue purchase orders to subcontractors.
- Describe how to post subcontracting purchase orders.
- Show how to review subcontracting ledger entries.
- Review the Subcontractor - Dispatch List report.
- Explain how to set up work centers and machine centers.
- Show how to set up shop calendars and capacity calendars.
- Describe registered absences and how to use them.
- Explain how to use capacity journals.
- Describe the basic tools that are used to manage shop loading.
- Explains how to manage shop loading by assuming infinite capacity.
- Show how to manage shop loading by using finite capacity.
- Review the reports that are related to shop loading.
- Describe standard tasks and how to use them.
- Explain stop codes and how to use them.
- Review the various options for recording scrap and the relationships between the options.
- Define non-productive time and shows how to use it in a production order.
- Show how to reduce lead time.
- Describe how to make consumption journal entries and output journal entries for multilevel production orders.
- Define production families and shows how to use them in a production order.
Students looking to take this course (80550) must already have the following technical knowledge:
- 80260 Manufacturing I in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009
- 80261 Manufacturing I in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009