S5 Training – 5 Days
Virtual Classroom 2020 Dates Day 1: 8th October 2020 Day 2: 20th October 2020 Day 3: 3rd November 2020 Day 4: 17th November 2020 Day 5: 22nd December 2020 Class Times: 9:30 to 16:00
"Taken from Financial Times Guide to Lean".
Location: Virtual (online) Classroom Training
In the current changed times for the near future businesses will be coming under increasing strain to deliver more with less. This is driving management to explore alternative ways of running their businesses.
For increasing numbers of businesses around Ireland, Lean is that alternative management system. Lean is a way of collective thinking to methodically stamp out waste whilst maximising value. It requires workers to transition from a singular focus on doing the daily work to a dual focus of doing the work AND being motivated to doing the work better every day. This necessitates the development of employees at all levels who think deeply about their work to understand the shortfalls and develop improved methods.
Green Belt attendees work on real-world business improvement projects to be implemented over the duration of the course and in the weeks thereafter. Past Green Belt projects delivered from this course across Irish businesses have demonstrated significant costs savings and value to the bottom and top line over the duration of the Green Belt workshops.
In the course you learn what True Lean comprises in the context of quality and effectiveness improvement. The course covers key practices and how to lead during a Lean intervention including management of change and frontline culture enrichment over a 5-day classroom workshop. This deep dive training is designed to change mindsets in the organisation and enable keen awareness of the sources of hidden waste in the delivery your company’s products and services.
High emphasis on systematic problem solving and root cause analysis. Scope out and deliver a high impact project for your business in a 1 day workshop (on day 5).
Successful project teams will be awarded Lean Management Green Belt Certification each upon project delivery.
Outcome: Practical working knowledge of the Lean Management System and a circa €25-50K year on year collective savings potential from the delivered Green Belt project per delegate or group of delegates.
Places cancelled within 10 working days of commencement must be paid in full. Substitutions may be made at any time at no additional charge.