training Introduction

Attend the purposeful training to understand basic concepts of Lean. The Lean Introduction course empowers delegates to minimise the waste in an organisation and improve productivity. The experienced instructors teach candidates with good content quality. This Introduction to Lean training shows the best way of managing projects with saving time, inventory, resources, space and cash. The key learning points are provided along with the Lean training which equips candidates to perform best in their organisations.

  • Change the environmental culture

  • Equips with Lean approaches

  • Leverage the optimised process of eliminating waste rather using traditional project management approach

  • Gain better learning with experienced instructors

  • Get bigger hike with marvellous status

trainingCourse Details

Attend for developing a fruitful and sustainable lean culture. The Lean Introduction course provides knowledge of the Lean body. The candidates will learn about a Lean enterprise concepts, need of them and tools used in the Lean environment. The lean approach is entirely separate from the traditional methods. It equips delegates to benefit the business by productively using the best framework.

An overview of Lean

  • Introducing Lean
  • Benefits of Lean
  • Value and Identifying the customer focus

Identification of waste

  • How to respect people?
  • Identifying the waste skills

 Lean Principles

  • An introduction to principles

    • Discussing Eight waste
    • Summary of value stream
    • The value stream mapping
  • The Lean Business Model


  • Describing Flow and Pull

    • Introduction to Batch Processing
    • Need of flow and pull
    • Using the continuous improvement model
  • Reduce Waiting:
    • What is system downtime or response time?
    • Information from customers
    • The delaying of meetings
    • An introduction to Late reports, paychecks, or projects
  • Inventory:
    • What is inventory?
    • The overuse of things
    • The overuse of office supplies
    • Less use of computer files
  • The Underutilization of people
    • The lesser authority and responsibility of employee
    • Insufficient business tools available
    • Suspending execution of computer system components
    • Limiting the training on technical resources
  • The Correction:
    • How to correct errors?
    • Introducing order entry errors
    • Wrong use of grammar and punctuation
    • Incorrect reports or data
    • Lack of consistent work
    • Inadequate communications
  • Overproduction:
    • The slower or faster production
    • Requirements for the next process
    • Printing hard copies of forms
  • Motion:
    • Needless physical movement
    • The Digging through masses of paper
    • Attainment for commonly used tools
    • Misplacing apparatus/items
  • Transportation:
  • Standard support supplies
  • Hiding extra supplies
  • Requirement of multiple approvals

trainingLean Introduction Schedules

Course Name Duration Dates Price
Introduction to Lean 1 day London
Introduction to Lean 1 day Manchester
Introduction to Lean 1 day Birmingham
Introduction to Lean 1 day Leeds
Introduction to Lean 1 day Bristol
Introduction to Lean 1 day Reading
Introduction to Lean 1 day Edinburgh
Introduction to Lean 1 day Glasgow
Introduction to Lean 1 day Canterbury
Introduction to Lean 1 day Southampton

training What is Lean?

The Lean development is a method to remove waste in the manufacturing system without affecting productivity. The thoughts of a Lean system are that a present waste is due to overburden and differences in the work process. The value is the only asset for which the customers are willing to pay.

Origin of Lean:

Henry Ford is a person who assimilates the entire production process. In 1913, he reliably worked with substitutable parts with standard work and created the flow production. From the people viewpoint, the moving assembly line grabbed them, but it was a bigger advancement for the manufacturing engineers.

 Difference b/w Lean and TPS

The traditional thinking:

  • In this method, the leader acted as a customer, and the employees work to gratify the ne...

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