UK Accredited Certified Lean Champion Course

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Course Overview

Participants will be able to understand: Lean concepts and develop lean thinking. How to identify value stream for transformation and establish performance level through Current Value Stream Mapping? How to develop pull based system to solve problems using PDCA. How to integrate various lean tools and techniques such as 5S, VISUAL MANAGEMENT, KAIZEN, KANBAN, TPM, FLOW MANAGEMENT, SMED, HEIJUNKA, POKA YOKE, Line Balancing, Flexible Cell Layout, Standardized Work to remove the waste, instability and overburden from the process and system? How to make a value stream work to customer pull rather than pushing products and services to customers? How to develop a Future Value Stream with superior performance levels? How to involve people in the lean journey while working, learning and improving together?

uk accredited certified lean chmpion course
Internation Accreditation for Lean & Six Sigma Trainings

Concept Business Excellence Pvt. Ltd (CBEPL) has been Accredited as an Authorized Training Provider by the International Accreditation body “Accreditation Service for Certifying Bodies (Europe) Limited”, ASCB (E) UK since 2009. This recognition means that certificate issued by CBEPL is recognized internationally.

ASCB (E) Accreditation is the only accreditation board which allows permanent online view of all Successful Participants’ profile on International Registrar of Quality Accredited Organization’s website www.irqao.org with their photograph, Name, Number, Address, Email id etc.

How You Will Benefit:

Understanding Lean Management will help you to deploy and Implement Lean Management effectively, which in turn helps to:

  • Benefit Optimize lean management results
  • Increase speed, improve quality, and reduce costs
  • Eliminate the high cost of scrap, rework and factory chaos
  • Gain control of inventories and optimize their turnover
  • Increase team contribution to company's "bottom line."

Course Methodology

  • Presentations
  • Games
  • Case Studies
  • Audio – Video
  • Desk Top Exercise
  • Learning by Doing

Who Should Attend?

The program is for all Sr. Managers, Managers, Engineers, Executives and Staff interested to improve their knowledge on lean management and use the same to bring change at working place, process and system. The program is suitable for people working in service and/or manufacturing environment. Supplier development professionals who wish to enhance their supply chain capabilities for flexibility and responsiveness ensuring better quality and delivery performance. Suppliers to an original equipment manufacturer who want to profit through customer satisfaction. Human resource professionals who wish to challenge the current paradigm in their organisations and make it a vibrant place to work. Professionals responsible for pursuing the business excellence initiative in their organisation.

Course Content

  • Basic Concept of Lean
  • History of Lean
  • Definition of Lean
  • Muda / Mura / Muri
  • Cycle Time (CT)
  • Through Put Time (TPT)
  • Value Adding Time
  • Value Adding Ratio (VA ratio)
  • Building Roadmap Lean Excellence
  • Creating Lean Structure
  • Leadership role in Lean
  • 5S
  • 5S – Measures/Audit
  • Visual Management
  • Kaizen
  • Kaizen Blitz
  • Gemba Boards
  • Gemba Management
  • Total Flow Management
  • Push vs. Pull manufacturing
  • “Spaghetti” diagram Value Stream Mapping (VSM)
  • Takt Time & JIT
  • Cellular Manufacturing
  • Cell Designs
  • Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
  • Pillars of TPM
  • Autonomous Maintenance
  • Kobetsu Kaizen
  • Overall Equipment Effectiveness
  • Brainstorming on Lean
  • SMED / QCO
  • Kanban
  • Types of Kanban
  • Kanban Calculations
  • Implementation of Kanban
  • Total Human Management
  • Lean Rewards, Recognition
  • Total Employee Involvement
  • Heijunka
  • Poka Yoke
  • PDCA
  • DMAIC Overview
  • 7 QC Tools Overview
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Why Why Analysis
  • A3 Report