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Introduction to Lean
Course ID: L001

This micro-learning course provides an introduction to the five key principles of Lean and includes defining value from the customer perspective, the "eight wastes", the concept of value stream mapping, the characteristics of an effective and efficient workplace, push versus pull systems, engaging the front line in "kaizen". 

COURSE OVERVIEW

This course provides an introduction to Lean principles, tools and methods and includes; 

Defining value from the customer's perspective | Lean thinking & the history of Lean Five key principles of Lean Eight wastes Introduction to value streams and value stream mapping Attributes of an effective and efficient workplace 5S/6S, visual workplace and standard work Push versus pull systems and the concept of flow The "kaizen" improvement method Hoshin and developing a sustainable CI culture 

COURSE CREDITS

This micro-course is one of nine modules for Lean Management 1 for which the Lean White Belt Certificate of Completion is awarded upon completion of all nine modules. You will be awarded a credit towards Lean Management 1 with the successful completion of this course. 

Learning Mode
audio/video power point lectures

Learning Period
estimated
1 1/2 hours 

Access Time 
access time for this course is 3 days 

Location 
Online private entry pass-code

Material 
3 slide per page workbook

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Enrollment & Payment 

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Important 

  • Registration and payment for this training course is a prerequisite to participation.  

  • Upon payment, your registration will be processed within a maximum of one working day, after which you will receive notification by email with confirmation of registration and access codes to this course.

  • Access to this course is for a period of three days from the date of notification. Requests for extensions beyond the completion date will be required in writing.

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