The NWPC Productivity Toolbox features the different NWPC Productivity training programs and technical assistance to improve the capability and motivation of enterprises to adopt productivity technologies for continuous improvement toward enterprise development and growth.
The productivity toolbox makes use of the "ladderized approach" in learning and application, whereby the training program provided are based on the ability of the enterprises to adopt technology and system improvement.
- Basic Training - training on basic concepts on productivity, values, working conditions and basic business systems. Training programs are: Productivity, 5S, ISTIV-PAP, ISTIV Bayanihan and Productivity Enhancement Program.
- Intermediate Training - training on application of productivity technologies based on the need of enterprises for further improvement. Training programs are ISTIV Plus, Green Me, Service Quality and Work Improvement Measurement Study.
- Advanced Training - training that requires enterprises to be deeply involved and innovative and to be transformed as productivity champion. It covers all aspect of company's operation and its supply chain. Training programs are Gainsharing (GS) to encourage entrepreneurs GS initiatives based on productivity.
Enterprises which have successfully implemented productivity improvement programs (PIPs) and have continuously adopted productivity technologies are qualified to join the Productivity Olympics.
Basic Training 101 Productivity 101 102 ISTIV Productivity Values 103 5S of Good Housekeeping 104 ISTIV Bayanihan 105 Productivity Enhancement Program for DOLE Livelihood Program Beneficiaries
Intermediate Training 201 ISTIV Plus (Succeeding in Business) 202 Green ME 203 Service Quality (Enterprise Level) 204 Time & Motion Study 205 Retail Service 206 Lean Management
Advanced Training 301 SQ Plus (Tourism Value Chain) 302 Gainsharing Schemes 303 Green ME for Hotel Industry
Recognition and Incentives 401 Productivity Olympics
Interested companies may apply at the NWPC or RTWPB offices in their respective localities.
The training and consulting services of designated NWPC/RTWPB personnel are provided at no cost to prospective clients. The beneficiary company may, however, shoulder the training expenses for handouts, meals, and other incidental expenses for its employees, provided that these are specified in a letter of undertaking/memorandum of agreement between the beneficiary firms and the RTWPB.