This two day course serves as an introduction to Lean Manufacturing. The workshop presents the concepts, tools and techniques involved in the practical application of Lean Manufacturing using a series of easy to understand modules and exercises.
The objective of the programme is to provide the practitioner with a good understanding and hands-on application of the concepts of Lean Manufacturing and some of the basic tools for identifying opportunities for improvement.
Cost: Price on application
Duration: 2 Days
This course is not available as part of our public schedule but can be provided on a customised client specific basis.
This course is intended for staff in the design, manufacturing and manufacturing support functions (Materials, Quality, Engineering).
At the end of this programme, delegates will be able to:
•Give an overall understanding of Lean Manufacturing and the Lean Enterprise
•Give a fundamental understanding to the 5 Principles of Lean Manufacturing and the practical know-how to identify opportunities for Waste elimination
•Demonstrate the use of Lean Tools in the work-place
•Ensure the participants can translate opportunities identified into specific actions for implementation in their workplace.
Provides the practitioner with a good understanding of the concepts of Lean Manufacturing and some of the basic tools for identifying opportunities for improvement.
Day 1 – Introduction :
•The 5 Principles of Lean
•Waste in manufacturing
•Voice of the Customer (Establishing/Verifying Customer Requirements)
•Value Stream and other Process Mapping techniques
•5S & Visual Management
•Small Batch production and Set-Up reduction (SMED)
•Total Productive Manufacturing (TPM) & Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
Day 2 :
Gives the practitioner hands-on application in the tools and techniques in implementing Lean.
Day 2 – Application :
• JIT (Just in Time) Exercise
• Value Stream Mapping Exercise (Current & Future State)
• Takt Time and Production Levelling
• Kanban and the Pull System
• Lean Deployment – Bottom Up & Top Down
• Action Planning