In the current environment, companies need to be relentless in their efforts to eliminate waste from their businesses. The Lean Green Belt course covers relevant case studies, examples and exercises which are tailored to participants’ areas of focus.
The Green Belt programme takes place for five days consisting of classroom-based training, supplemented with practical exercises and relevant case studies. Upon successful completion of an in-company project, learners will be accredited with a certification from LBSPartners.
If you consider yourself a person driving or seeking to drive continuous improvements efforts leading to higher profitability, lower costs and higher customer satisfaction within their organisations, the green belt course is for you.
Learn to how to identify the fundamentals of Lean, covering topics such as: Takt Time and Cycle Time, Value Stream Mapping, Project Management and Kanban
Learn how to use the tool DMAIC and A3 Methodology
Learn about Standard Work, 6S and Visual Management
Gain an understanding of Kaizen
Use of TPM and OEE.
What’s covered and what will I learn?
Key concepts of Lean Thinking: Value, Value Stream, Flow, Pull, and Perfection.
How to identify the fundamentals of Lean, covering topics such as: Takt Time and Cycle Time, Value Stream Mapping, Project Management and Kanban
Practical understanding of how to identify and expose the opportunities presented by the ubiquity of waste in the organisation.
Practical and powerful Lean tools and techniques, such as Value Stream Mapping and Kaizen.
Lean 6-Sigma concepts, such as variation and process capability.
Problem-solving and process-improvement techniques (DMAIC) associated with the Lean 6-Sigma framework.
The concept of Visual Management and the application of it components 6-S, short interval controls and tiered management systems.
How to use the A3 Methodology.
An understanding of Kaizen.
Use the tool TPM and OEE.
Also, included is a final presentation day – dedicated to the A3 presentations by all participants, to further enforce the learning from the programme. This day also gives management an opportunity to view projects and the benefits gains from each project.