Cincinnati (Remote Learning) Lean Gold Practitioner
LEAN is a systematic, continuous improvement approach which drives value to the customer through flow improvement and by eliminating unnecessary or “non-value added” processes.
This 3-day Course Covers: Introduction to VSM (Value Stream Mapping), 5S, Kaizen, 3P (Production Preparation Process), Cell Manufacturing, Jidoka, Lean Manufacturing, Pull Manufacturing, Mistake-Proofing, Quick Changeover TOC (Theory of Constraints).
Attendees Will Learn:
• Lean enterprise focuses on eliminating waste in processes (i.e. the waste of work in progress and finished goods inventories)
• Lean enterprise is not about eliminating people
• Lean enterprise is about expanding capacity by reducing costs and shortening cycle times between order and ship date
• Lean is about understanding what is important to the customer
In-Class Exercise: Students will work as teams to identify a measurable performance issue and work through the DMAIC process to identify solutions and develop an implementation plan. Each team will report out on their project to the class.
Classroom Time: 21 Hours (21 PDU’s are awarded) Days and times vary. Please see the date below for exact days and times.
Who Should Attend: Any management-level person, Manufacturing, Engineering, Operations or Quality professional challenged to improve their business unit. Anyone seeking to expand their job possibilities, job training, and professional development, or anyone seeking to improve their processes. Dislocated Workers facing career changes, WIA, NEG, TAA, and Veteran
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The class begins at 8:30 am and ends at 4:30 pm each day. This class is a remote class.