Lean Management Certification Training Course

Lean Management Certification Training Course

Attention manufacturers! Gain the confidence to reduce waste and increase productivity in just three days with our Lean Manufacturing Training Course.

Our expert trainers will guide you through the ins and outs of lean manufacturing, showing you how to optimize your processes for maximum efficiency. No longer will you have to worry about wasted time and materials, as our course will equip you with the skills to make every aspect of your manufacturing process count.

You have the power to revolutionize your company’s output, and with our course, you can do it with confidence. Don’t miss this opportunity to take your manufacturing to the next level. Enroll now in our Lean Manufacturing Training Course.

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  • Learn industry-recommended lean manufacturing procedures and best practices.
  • Receive training from a lean professional with 30+ years of experience.
  • Four ways to learn: public classwebinarself-study, or on-site training.
  • Public class and webinar limited to four students for maximum learning.
  • Certificate issued on completion.
  • Cost: Three-day class $2,295.00.
  • Available discounts and grants.

What Will I Learn in Lean Management Certification Training?

Lean Manufacturing, often referred to as Lean, is a production practice that considers the expenditure of resources in any aspect other than the direct benefits in the eyes of the customer to be wasteful and, thus, a target for elimination. The following are the key areas that you will learn in this course:

Lean Principles:

Understanding the core principles of Lean, such as identifying value, mapping value streams, creating flow, establishing pull, and pursuing perfection.

Waste Reduction:

Recognizing and eliminating various forms of waste (muda) in manufacturing processes, including overproduction, waiting, unnecessary transportation, overprocessing, excess inventory, defects, and underutilized talent.

Continuous Improvement (Kaizen):

Learning the Kaizen concept involves continuous incremental improvements in processes, products, or services over time. This includes implementing small changes for ongoing efficiency gains.

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Lean Manufacturing Training Course Outline

Module 1 Continuous Improvement Tools

  • Continuous Improvement
  • Improvement Philosophies and Methodologies
    • Just-In-Time (JIT)
    • Thinking Revolution
    • Lean Manufacturing
  • 20 Keys to Workplace Improvement
  • Measuring and Prioritizing the Improvements

Module 2 Material Flow and Facilities Layout

  • Layout Improvement
    • Signs and Reasons for a Need to Change the Layout
  • Theoretical Basis
    • One-Piece Flow
    • Main Types of Industrial Companies
    • Layout Types
    • Characteristic of the Traditional Layouts
  • Layout Design Methodology
    • Step 1 Formulate the Problem
    • Step 2 Analysis of the Problem
    • Step 3 Search for Alternatives
    • Step 4 Choose the Right Solution
    • Step 5 Specification of the Solution
    • Step 6 Design Cycle
  • Tools for Layout Study
    • Muther’s 8 Factors

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Lean Manufacturing Training Course Public and Webinar Schedule

  • Wed., Thurs., and Fri., May 1-3, 2024
  • Wed., Thurs., and Fri., June 5-7, 2024 Full
  • Wed., Thurs., and Fri., July 10-12, 2024
  • Wed., Thurs., and Fri., August 7-9, 2024 
  • Wed., Thurs., and Fri., September 4-6, 2024
  • Wed., Thurs., and Fri., October 2-4, 2024
  • Wed., Thurs., and Fri., November 6-8, 2024
  • Wed., Thurs., and Fri., December 4-6, 2024

Scheduled dates don’t work for you? Schedule your own start date (subject to availability).  Contact customer service to check date availability at info@academyofbus
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5S Methodology:

Study and apply the 5S principles (Sort, Set in order, Shine, Standardize, Sustain) for workplace organization and efficiency.

Value Stream Mapping:

Developing the ability to map and analyze the entire value stream of a product or service, identifying areas for improvement and waste reduction.

Just-In-Time (JIT) Production:

Understanding the JIT philosophy, which aims to produce only what is needed, when it is needed, in the right quantity, minimizing inventory and associated costs.

Visual Management:

Implementing visual tools and techniques to make information easily accessible, allowing for quick decision-making and problem-solving.

Quality Improvement:

Emphasizing the technology of building quality into the production process and reducing defects through methods such as error-proofing (Poka-Yoke).

Lean Culture and Leadership:

Recognizing the role of leadership in promoting a Lean culture, fostering employee involvement, and creating an environment conducive to continuous improvement.

Lean Tools and Techniques:

Learning and applying specific Lean tools to optimize production processes, such as kanban, andon, heijunka, and others.

Lean Metrics and Performance Measurement:

Understanding key performance indicators (KPIs) relevant to Lean manufacturing and using metrics to assess and improve performance.

Problem-Solving Skills:

Developing skills in root cause analysis and problem-solving methodologies to address issues and challenges systematically.