The Lean Online Training Program was developed for organizations that are looking for a cost effective and flexible training opportunity. It provides individuals with the expertise needed to assume greater responsibility within their organization and assist with the implementation of Lean business improvement initiatives.
The Lean Online Training Program consists of seven modules that vary in length. The training is interactive and includes quizzes and questions as well as a test at the end of each module. Participants are expected to get 80% on the test in order to pass the module.
Once you have completed all seven modules successfully, you will have the equivalent of a Lean Yellow Belt Certification.
Introduction to Lean
The module covers the history of Lean, why the concept is critical for successful businesses, general definitions and concepts, as well as an overview of the approaches, methodologies, and tools.
The module demonstrates how to minimize wasteful activities and create efficiency using 5 basic steps.
Value Stream Mapping (VSM)
The module focuses on implementing the key elements of VSM.
The module focuses on implementing the Kaizen tools and methodology to modify processes.
This module breaks down the tools that create a high quality environment which minimizes the likelihood for mistakes.
Achieving Flow (& Pull)
This module focuses on the importance of "Flow" and how to design a process that eliminates wasteful activities and lowers costs, while improving quality and adding maximum value to clients.
This module demonstrates the functionality of charter documents and how they drive and support the strategy of the organization.
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These sessions will take place every Tuesday and every Thursday from 12 PM to 1 PM