Lean 101 is an introductory Lean course covering the following topics:
Non Value-Added Waste Activities
Lean Factory - Level I
Teams, Employee Involvement
Workplace Organization (5S)
Point-Of-Use Storage (POUS)
Lean Factory - Level II
Batch Size Reduction (WIP)
Quality at the Source
Lean Factory - Level III
Developing a Lean Culture
Principles of Lean Manufacturing with Live Simulation (Lean 101) is a one-day seminar that introduces Lean Manufacturing in a classroom discussion combined with live simulation sessions that demonstrate the Lean concepts learned in the lectures.
Each training session has 16-22 participants and includes 4 hours of classroom training, and
4 hours of simulation game where trainees assume different roles in an imaginary company that transforms from mass production to Lean methods.
Lean Manufacturing doesn’t require a large capital investment or increased human resources. In fact, it shows you how to do more with less - less capital equipment and less floor space - by getting the waste out and replacing it
ith value-added processes. Adopting a Lean approach is helping companies become faster and more responsive to customer requirements while using fewer resources.
In this introductory course, students will learn how to:
* Reduce cycle time
* Reduce floor space
* Reduce inventory
* Stimulate teamwork
* Improve productivity
* Improve cash flow
Day of class schedule:
8 hours required for class with 30 minutes for lunch. 8 am to 5 pm.
The cost of the course is $300 per participant, including participant materials and lunch, enrollment up to 25 people.
Contact Kristin Kautz at KKautz@impactwashington.org or 360-241-5135.