Kitting is a process in which separate but related items are grouped or packaged together as a single unit.
MJT US has extensive experience with and knowledge of kitting! Some examples:
Class Packs – This is the process of taking multiple items, such as a class header sheet, survey or assessments, or administrator instructions, and grouping them together into one envelope or bag. This makes it easier for school administrators to distribute materials on-site and to keep materials together when they are returned.
Interviewer Field Kits – These kits can contain 5 or 50 items depending on the work being done in the field. A kit could consist of the following items along with sub-kits within the primary kit.
- 5 pens
- 1 book of stamps
- 1 package of note cards
- 25 brochures
- 25 receipts
- 10 door hangers
- Letters – 5 letters to authorities, 10 not at home, 25 pre-contact letters
Sub-kitting – This is the process of putting together smaller kits that will make up the primary kit.
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