Certified Lean Manufacturing Professional


Lean Manufacturing Certification is a systemic approach or process that allows organizational optimization by increasing value-added operations and reducing operational constraints. The operational constraints could be delay, inventory, quality, and capacity. This approach helps to build a structure or culture of continuous improvement by facilitating techniques that are specialized in problem-solving.

This Professional course on Lean Manufacturing helps you efficiently increase the value for your customers, identify and remove waste activities, and improve your process by implementing lean practices and change management. Learn to implement Lean Tools, techniques, and methodology by understanding case studies and real-life examples.

Course Duration : 3 months @5 hours/week

You’ll Gain

This course not only certifies you as a Lean Manufacturing Practitioner professional but also helps you to develop the expertise to manage and lead manufacturing related projects.

The real time training by certified experts helps you understand lean methodology and implementation processes using case studies and industry projects.

Lean Manufacturing Practitioner certification demonstrates one’s skills on data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating waste. Lean certified professionals can look out for job roles related to the quality sector, such as Lean Manager, Lean Facilitator, Quality Consultants, and Quality Engineers.

Is this
course for you?

The following professionals will benefit from this course:

Any professional seeking for a career growth in the Quality sector, Manufacturing sector or in any profession where lean implemented, or lean is practiced.

Any experienced or fresh candidates can take up the training, as a Lean Manufacturing certification course adds a greater value on their resumes and helps them to start deploying lean in the organization.

Any individual looking forward to improving their hands on Lean concepts, Six Sigma methodology, Lean Six Sigma methodology can also take up this course.

Course Pre-requisites

Working Professionals or aspiring executives with minimum work experience of 2 years, desiring to take up managerial or leadership roles in the organization and / or industry should take up this programme. Eligible candidate should possess bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks or equivalent.


Part I: The benefits of implementing a Lean Manufacturing system

  1. History and Modern Applications of Lean Manufacturing Certification
  2. Performing a Strategic Business Analysis

Part II: The Methodologies for Transforming Your Facility to Lean Manufacturing

  1. Understanding Your Products, Processes, and Demand
  2. Line Layout and Workstation Identification with Process Linking and Balancing
  3. The Kanban Strategies
  4. Managing Inventory with the Kanban System

Part III: Project Management for Implementation, line Start-up, Daily Operations, and Performance Measurements

  1. Team Establishment
  2. The Lean Implementation Milestones Checklist
  3. Managing the Lean Manufacturing Line

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Facilitator Profile

A visionary leader offering over 23+ years of notable contribution in the entire gamut of delivering executive-level consulting to service & manufacturing organizations. Leadership forte entails achievement of measurable business results in supply chain process effectiveness and efficiency, unparalleled customer satisfaction and superior market performance; leveraging deep expertise, outstanding collaboration resulting in yield of multi-million dollar benefits to the bottom line.

Commonly Asked Questions 

How much do Lean Manufacturing professionals make?

The national average salary for Lean Manufacturing Engineer is ₹12,38,603 per year in India as per Glassdoor.

Why is Lean manufacturing so important?

Lean manufacturing improves efficiency, reduces waste, and increases productivity, Improved lead times: As manufacturing processes are streamlined, businesses can better respond to fluctuations in demand and other market variables, resulting in fewer delays and better lead times.