He is more than 23-years of active professional experience in leading textile manufacturers in Bangladesh including Advanced Compsite Textile Ltd (GM), MNS Garment Printing Ltd (CEO), Sarder Apparels (GM), T&T Brothers (GM), Rahmat Group (GM), Giant Group (AGM), Apex Group (Dyeing Manager) and etc. His experiences cover every aspects of textile-apparel technical and administrative including-
Engr. Obaydul Hoque, graduated in 1995 from BUTex, is one of the leading experts in the textile sector. He is one of the bright name in consultancy and advisory in:
He provided advising and consulting to Silver Denim composite Ltd, Reed Consulting Bangladesh, Quality Texline ( A Denim Factory)
He worked for SIM Group (2011 to 2014), Ha-meem Denim(2006 to 2010), A R Khan Sizing and Fabrics (2005 to 2006) Hamid Fabrics (2003 to 2005), Malek spinning (1995 to 2000)
He got training in home and abroad including: Technical training on Picanol Omniplus800 loom in Belgium and Technical training on Dornier loom under Hank Pluimers
Asaduzzaman received the B.Sc degree in Textile Engineering from the Daffodil International University (DIU) in 2010. Since then, he joined the Department of Textile Testing and Certification, Bureau Veritas Consumer products services (BD) Ltd, as a Testing Engineer, and in 2012 became a Sectional Head. While Working with BV he has been work with almost all leading textile Brands and go through the process of laboratory accreditation process. In 2015 he has joined Must Corporation Ltd as a Laboratory Manager. After Joining in Must Corporation Ltd. he makes the laboratory as accredited laboratory for Wal-Mart, now working with JC penny and MACY’S for Laboratory Accreditation. His specialisation is Laboratory Accreditation (ISO17025-2005, ISO 9001-2008), Laboratory Setup as per buyer Requirements.
M Jahangir Alam, B.Sc in Textile Engineering, started career in Woven/Denim merchandising from Ananta Group since 2010. Now he is working as Sr. Merchandiser at Utah Group. He got several trainings on Merchandising and conducted training on the same combining his academic knowledge, practical competence and training strength.
He plays key roles in costing, buyer negotiation, order confirmation based on capacity planning, do risk analysis and execute the order with pre-allocated annual budget. He worked with premium brands like Jack & Jones, Dressman, Qubus, and Bershka, JCPenney etc.
Shafayetul Islam Chowdhury [B.Sc. in Textile Engineering] served as an Officer in R&D Department of Babylon Group and is currently a Team Leader of Operation, Planning & Research Department in Viyellatex Group (Interfab Shirt Manufacturing Ltd). He played crucial roles in projects such as Fabric Optimization (GHERI, Switzerland), Tesco- Lean Pilot Project (TESCO), Workstation Design & Sewing Automation (UNIDO) and many more. He successfully completed Industrial Engineering training under United Nation Industrial Development Organization, Business Planning training under DCCI, IFC, World Bank, Bangladesh Bank, SCITTI. His skills in Statistical analysis, Productivity improvement technic, Wastage Minimization, Production Planning are commendable, making him a good team member in collaborative projects/activities.
Experts show and explain very practical ways to calculate fabric consumption, costing and price offer of
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Nine in 10 consumers expect companies to not only make a profit, but also operate responsibly to address social and environmental issues. Recognizing how important social responsibility is to their customers, many companies now focus on and practice a few broad categories of corporate social responsibility (CSR). A business that makes nothing but money is a poor business” – Henry Ford. Corporate Social Responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and society at large.
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Contents: Fire Safety
Contents: First-Aid Measures
Trainer: SK MD. SAYEED, is B. Sc. Engineer (ETE), Senior Master Trainer on EOSH (ILO-ITC), Trainer of SEIP and Fire Safety (BGMEA). Sayeed has a very rich academic background on specialized safety, security and fire. As BAF Retired Officer, he had successfully completed 18 years Defence service as Leader of Intelligence with engineering background (Military Intelligence, BD Army), Static & Mobil Surveillance (NSI), Instructional Management (BAF Training Wing). Sayeed is online certified on Disaster Preparedness (University of Pittsburgh), Project Management (University of California, Irvine), International Leadership and Organizational Behaviour (University of Boccioni)
ISO 19011:2011- This ISO Standard is guidelines for auditing management systems (quality, environmental, social, H&S, Risks, and others) as well as buyers’ CoC, organisational policy, procedures and legal requirements. The principles here described are First party audit (internal audit), Second party audit (buyer/regulator audit) and Third party audit (independent body audit).
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Engr. LUSIA SHAFINAZ, a Textile Graduate from BUTex in 2001 and served the textile-garment testing sector more than a decade in SGS Bangladesh Ltd, and Capital Mercury. She conducted many internal employees in the facility. She is one of the leading testing experts in this sector. She is the trainer and consultant for Textile-Apparel Testing Methods.
Our Guest Trainer is SK Md. Sayeed, Assistant Secretary, BGMEA, B. Sc. Engineer (ETE), Senior Master Trainer on EOSH (ILO-ITC), Trainer of SEIP (Skills for Employment Investment Program), Safety and Security Officer (Additional Responsibility). Former DGM (Tech & Admin) Trade Connection International Ltd), Former External Consultant on Defence Projects Execution (Both Siemens & Nokia Siemens BD Ltd) and Sales Management Body of “Olympia Complex” (Fire & Safety Solution Company).
Sayeed has a very rich academic background on specialized safety, security and fire. As BAF Retired Officer, he had successfully completed 18 years Defence service as Leader of Intelligence with engineering background (Military Intelligence, BD Army), Static & Mobil Surveillance (NSI), Instructional Management (BAF Training Wing), Basic Fire Safety and Trained on Trainer (TOT) from BD Fire Service & Civil Defence Training Academy, Mirpur Dhaka. He is also a Security Guard Trainer on Work Place Fire Safety (Alliance).
Sayeed is online certified on Disaster Preparedness (University of Pittsburg), Project Management (University of California, Irvine), International Leadership and Organizational Behavior (University of Boccioni). He is an Ambassador of EHS+ Center, North South University, the member of Edward M. Kennedy Center and till now a Student of FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency).
Training methods: Powerpoint presentation, video demonstration, showing of practical tools (some extent)
Trainer: Avijite Kumar Kundu completing BSc in Textile Engineering in 2009 started his career in Denim Washing and Finishing sector and has been working for the same. He has been working as Sr. Manager for the Denim Washing and Finishing Department in Ananta Denim Technology Limited. He started his career in Must Corporation Ltd in 2009. Engr. Avijite is responsible for training and advising on Denim Washing and Finishing Techniques in AAA Control.
A garment worker has to counter my known and unknown risks during his/her work hours. S/he has to work with machines, tools and materials under working environment which may also pose minor to major risk to physical (Acute) and health (Chronic) diseases. Hazard identification and risk assessment recognises step by step hazard types and classes and therefore risks. The training focuses on
(LL.B, LL.M, NIIT, IBM-India, MBA-India, MSS- Dhaka University)
Mr. Farooqui in his professional career has proved his knowledge, skills and competence through excellent professional activities. During his 15-years of job experiences successfully delivered his professionals roles, responsibilities and use of authority in the best possible ways. He served renewed international and national organisations such as Standard Chartered Bank, India, the most leading home textile manufacturer and exporter in Bangladesh Zaber and Zubair Fabrics Ltd. and Shabnam Textile Mills Ltd. Since 2010, he has been serving one of the most leading textile manufacturers in the country- DBL Tex Ltd as Head of Marketing. He completed graduation and post-graduation from abroad and attended many professional technical and management trainings. Mr. Farooqui is our resource person for Textile Marketing and L/C and Commercial Activities.
Mr. Saood Qaseem, is globally well known expert for Organic Textile Processing (GOTS, OCS, NOP, EC 834/2007, Fair Trade). He visited more than 30 countries for inspection and consultation on Organic Textile Processing, NOP and EC. He started his professional career completing MSc from Germany, he joined Swiss based one of the most leading organizations Institute for Market Ecology. He is ISO 9001 qualified auditor, and attended many seminars, workshops, conferences in his area of expertise. He completed his MSc in Textile-Clothing from Germany in 2008 and presently doing his PhD in China.
Engr. SHARIFUL ISLAM, is Textile Graduate from BUTex and MBA. He also is certified supply chain management professional and MIEB. Engr. Sharif is more than 16 years of experience in the field of Merchandising and Supply Chain Management. In his career, he interviewed several hundred of textile graduates, MBA, and graduates from different streams. He is presently General Manager (GM) Merchandising, TUSUKA Group. He is consultant and trainer for Apparel Supply Chain Management. In his earlier career, Engr. Sharif worked for Opex Group, Wal-Mart Bangladesh Liaison Office and VF Aisa Bangladesh Liaison Office.
Analysing activities & setting proper guidelines based on SMED, style change/ setup change can be done within single digit minute which enhances production significantly. It is also applicable for any kind of set up change. Manufacturing costs decrease.
Production breakdown, even though keeping huge stock. This problem cab be solved by designing category- wise stoke using TPM Principles. Lean stoke, increase m/c availability, reduce maintenance cost, improve 5S techniques minimize obsolescence/dead stocks.
Total Quality Management (TQM) is a participative, systematic approach to planning and implementing a constant organisational improvement process. Its approach is focused on exceeding customers’ expectations, identifying problems, building commitment, and promoting open decision-making among workers.
Total Quality Management (TQM)
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Bangladesh Labour Law 2006, Amendment 2013 & Bangladesh Labour Rules 2015
Adv. AKM Nasim, is an Advocate practising in Labour Law and Industrial Law in Bangladesh Supreme Court more than 26-years. His clients includes BRAC Bank, DBBL, City Bank, Islami Bank, Eastern Bank, Trust Bank, Unilever Bangladesh, Holcim Cement , Nestle Bangladesh, Dhaka Match Industries, etc. He is resource person for ILO and part- time faculty on Labour and Industrial law in University and Sr. Legal Counselor at the Solidarity Center. Having the experience of handling thousands of cases in the Labour Courts, Labour Appellate Tribunal and the High Court Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh, Mr. Nasim focuses his practice exclusively in the areas of labor, industrial and employment law. He provides proactive counseling in all areas of employment and labor management law.
Avijite Kumar Kundu completing BSc in Textile Engineering in 2009 started his career in Denim Washing and Finishing sector and has been working for the same. He has been working as Sr. Manager for the Denim Washing and Finishing Department in Ananta Denim Technology Limited. He started his career in Must Corporation Ltd in 2009. Engr. Avijite is responsible for training and advising on Denim Washing and Finishing Techniques in AAA Control.
Adv. AKM Nasim, is an Advocate practising in Labour Law and Industrial Law in Bangladesh Supreme Court more than 26-years. His clients includes BRAC Bank, DBBL, City Bank, Islami Bank, Eastern Bank, Trust Bank, Unilever Bangladesh, Holcim Cement , Nestle Bangladesh, Dhaka Match Industries, etc. He is resource person for ILO and part- time faculty on Labour and Industrial law in University. Having the experience of handling thousands of cases in the Labour Courts, Labour Appellate Tribunal and the High Court Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh, Mr. Nasim focuses his practice exclusively in the areas of labor, industrial and employment law. He provides proactive counseling in all areas of employment and labor management law.
We all make something……but is it rightly????
If you do it rightly right…., you’ll make some people happy .. .your beloved, …your kids, …your friends, … your boss, …. customers, …audience, …or beneficiary of your hard work… might just because of YOU!
….no matter what we make and how we make it…. we’d love to find ways to make it better, …make it faster, with less effort, ….fewer materials and less money.
……………keeping more left for our next generations after generations……!!
Here bellows could be the little ways…….
Many people think that building a supply chain if all about cutting costs. It is really about developing supplier relationship and building reliable business process the keeps customers happy and wanting more.
In tis training, I will try to share you the fundamentals of supply chain management few practices
(Engr. Sheikh Md. Shariful Islam (DMM_Tusuka, CSCM, Fellow_IEB)
Environmental protection is one among three pillars of sustainability and organization’s legal requirements. Buyers demand products/services from any organization through proper protection of environment. Environmental Management System ISO 14001:2015 describes requirements in the chronological way for the any production or service organization to follow in order to fulfil legal and other requirements to protect environment. Any organization fulfilling those requirements enjoys sustainability of the business, brand value, better profits and inspires other organization to follow those requirements.
Contents of EMS:
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The primary objective of these standards and CoC is to ensure decent work environment for workers and their rights. These Standards and CoC explain the requirements of workers‘ rights (based on ILO Conventions and Local laws) and shows ways/management tools for the organization to follow ensuring their rights. This training is must for those who are directly or indirectly work in worker-intensive industries, such as textile-garment industries, leather, agriculture, hospitality, food industries, etc. This training helps to broaded knowledge and skills-methods on workers‘ rights. After completing this training participants will be able to formulate workers’ rights related compulsory policies and procedures. It also helps participants to understand requirements on BSIC, SEDEX, WRAP and buyers’ Code of Conducts (CoC), and thereby fulfilling requirements.
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Value for you and organization: This training will be extensively helpful for every person from any branch, especially from labour intensive organizations.
The implementation Quality Management System (QMS), based on ISO 9001:2015, helps organization to achieve the predetermined mission, vision, objectives and goals. ISO released its recent version on requirements for QMS for any organization. Fulfilment of those requirements are based on P-D-C-A cycle, 8-Quality Management Principles and Process-System Approach. Proper understanding of those requirements and therefore correct implementation boost sustainability of the business in terms of profit, growth and recognition. This training helps participants to recognize their respective roles, responsibilities and accountability in the organization and also shows them how to contribute significantly in the quality management system of their respective work areans.
To face brands’ united challenge for ZDHC program and vision 2020, the CMS is must for any industries. CMS shows proper ways for chemical procurement, transportation, handling, storage, applications and disposal considering social awareness and environmental protections. CMS builds on ISO management standards and other applicable frameworks, GIZ Practical Chemical Management Toolkit and the Outdoor Industry Association (OIA) Chemicals Management Working Group (CMWG) Framework. A CMS is:
Engr. M SHAH JALAL, completed BSc in Textile Technology from DU in 1996. He worked for more than 19 years for Opex Garments Ltd, ZXY Apparel Solutions, Brintex Inc, Dird Composite Textiles Ltd (s DGM), Anlima Textile Ltd. (Vice President), Orion Knit Textile Ltd. (as GM). He developed and implemented KPI in garment industry.
Course Instructor: Avijite Kumar Kundu (BSc in Textile Engineering), Sr. Manager Ananta Denim Technology Ltd.
The market demand of denim is very high, the same way washing and finishing of the denim are in demand. But the same way, the industry does not getting trained people, thus importing experts from Tukery, India, Pakistan, Sri-Lanka and Vietnam. So the employment scope is very high in the present time.
Course Instructor: Abdullah Al-Faruk (BSc in Textile Engineering)
The number of apparel companies is more than 5600 and every company needs 5 to 10 IE professionals. The contribution from this professionals is very significant in saving time, resources, money, company image and over all profits.
Course Instructor: Engr. Faizul Haque (27/BUTex) and Abrar A Apu (MSc Engr. Textile-Apparel, Germany)
Compliance is not limited to only ensuring better work environment for workers (Social Compliance) but also extended to Quality Management, Environmental Management, Cleaner and Greener Production Management, Chemical Management, Energy Management, Health and Safety Management as well Inspection and Audit Industry . This profession is the most growing and demanding in the industry. Contributions from this profession is not confined not industry’s profit and image, but also significant for graduating our country from least developing country (3rd world) to developing country (second world). Since the collapse of Rana Plaza, compliance professionals in the demand with better salary.
Course Instructor: Engr. Momtaz Ahmed (19/BUTex). He is one of the well-know experts in the textile apparel industry of the country. He started work in 1998 as Executive Engineer to Head of Merchandising and Head of leading composite project even as Executive Director.
Through course AMM, we create Merchandisers for the textile-apparel-fashion industry, and for brand organizations and buying houses. Merchandisers playing merchandising roles are considered the most smart and challenging jobs in the industry. Their roles are crucial for the industry’s sustainability, profits, and brand image. That is why, the merchandisers enjoy better remuneration and status in the industry.
Organic Textile Processing or Sustainable Textile Production is the prime demand of the global market as it ensures 3-pillars of Sustainability (i.e. ecological protection, improves social value and economical growth). It is based on chain of custory considering social and environmental aspects in textile-clothing production and business . Due to lack of understanding and implementation requirements, textile-clothing companies fail to realize its intent and value. It discovers sustainable textile-clothing manufacturing, processing, assembling and trade-distribution requirements and explains how to implement of those requirements in specific fields. Boost your career and in the professional arena through attending this training
Engr. FAIZUL HAQUE, completed his MSc in Textile Engineering from Daffodil International University (DIU) and completed basic academic qualification in BSc in Textile Engineering from Bangladesh University of Textiles (BUTex). His Batch number is 27. He gained intensive experience in dyeing of knit fabrics and then he jointed education industry and has been serving the industry along with contributing training and consulting. He successfully completed many industrial trainings including ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and SA8000. He one of the lead trainers for ZHDC/Chemical Management System in Bangladesh.
Engr. Md. Kawsar Alam Sikder, B.Sc in Textile Technology, LSSBB
Mr. Kawsar Alam is a professional trainer & consultant ( Textile Technology & Quality Management); He is Chief Executive Officer of Dutch Lube Company Ltd, A joint venture company, 1st knitting oil manufacturing company in Bangladesh. He is also COO of Lisky Technology (BD) Ltd. He is Life member of Professional body like IEB, ITET, BASS, BSTQM.
Mr. Kawsar Alam is a certified Lean Six Sigma Black belt. Implement theoretical know how in his previous working industries. He obtained certificate on Total Quality Management, Toyota Production System. He implemented few basic tools like 5S, Kaizen, SMED, Quality Circle etc in few textile industries. He has vast knowledge on Cleaner Production & Sustainability. His work recognized by international bodies. He attended more than 20 professional trainings and completed all of them very successfully including AFNA (IBA), Total productive Maintenance, motivating employees, Lean,Pattern Preparation, Meditation etc. He has visited world class manufacturing unit in Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Japan, Thailand, Taiwan, China, India, Mauritius, South Korea.
He has started his career with Sinha Knit Fabrics Ltd (A concern of Opex Group) in February 1998 as a production officer in knitting department. He was Knitting manager of Shamsul Alamin Knit Fabrics Ltd from February 2001 to October 2002). Mr. Kawsar also work in Square knit fabrics ltd since November 2002 to January 2012. He released himself from Square, as DGM (head of production) on January 2012 and started to work as GM in Fakir Apparels Ltd from till June 2016. He also worked for Crossline Knit Fabrics Ltd as ED from July 2016 to January 2017.
Engr. MOMTAZ AHMED, (19/BUTex, MITET, MIEB) served for several leading textile and garment industries in the Top-Level positions. He served last as ‘Project Head’ in one the leading textile manufacturing industries. Since, January 2015, he has been leading his own team in textile and garment buying as “AAA Control” (motto: solutions to sustainability) and in May 2016, under his leading he started training and advising as “AAA Control” (motto: training & advising). He believes that professional training makes an employee capable in taking challenge of industrial/ organisation’s responsibilities and helps exploring future potential earlier in their professional life. To remain competitive and sustain in the processional battle in the age of fashion trends, textile and garment industries need occasionally advising and counseling, thus, he organized team for industrial services. His total work experience is more than19 years.
Engr. Abrar A Apu, completed BSc in Textile Engineering from BUTex in 2001 and MSc Engineering in Textile-Clothing from Niederrhein University, Germany in 2008. He worked several years in textile industry and garment industry separately. He attended more than 20 professional trainings and completed all of them very successfully including ISO9001, ISO 14001, ISO 50001, GOTS, OCS, OHSAS 18001, SA8000, GAP, ISO 17025. He conducted audit for GOTS &OCS (IMO), ISO 9001(Uni-cert), SEDEX (ESTS & CSR Solutions) and trained many companies/organizations on several standards and advised for the same. He worked for Switzerland based leading certification body Institute for Market Ecology (IMO) from 2010 to 2015. He was Consultant & Content Advisor in UK-based NGO GreenGrade Solutions Ltd. He is the author of Practitioners’ Handbook on Effective Social Compliance Management in Garments Industry (UK based DFID funded project).
Organic Textile Processing or Sustainable Textile Production is the prime demand of the global markets as it ensures 3-pillars of Sustainability (i.e. ecological protection, improves social value and economical growth). It covers every steps in textile-apparel productions and businesses (i.e. from raw materials acquisition to yarn to fabric to finished products, even storage, transportation to export). Due to lack of understanding and implementation requirements, textile-clothing companies fail to realize its intent and value.
✓ Step-by-step concept build up session on Organic Concept
✓Technical terms and definitions
✓Step-by-step GOTS Principles & Criteria interpretation
✓Requirements of OCS
✓Documentation for GOTS and OCS certification
✓GOTS Positive List requirements
✓ GOTS Licensing
✓Auditor, Auditing Systems, and Certification
Value for you and organization: Most organizations fail to avail the opportunities for processing and manufacturing of Organic Textile Products due to lack of knowledge and understanding on the requirements.
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