Course Overview:

The Lean manufacturing concept was coined in initially for the automotive industry to outline the Best Practices, which is now widely used in many other industries. Increasing productivity, improving product quality, reducing inventory, and minimizing the wastage, are some of the major purposes of Lean Manufacturing principles.

With the increase in the choices of products in the market, customers have learnt to demand goods that are superior in quality and innovative and creative too but are affordable at the same time. To meet these demands an organization needs to implement the Lean Manufacturing principles that help to adapt to the market trends and deliver the needs of the customer in a faster and efficient way at a lower cost. This is done with the help of various Lean tools like Kaizen, 5S, PDCA Gemba etc.

Who Can Enroll:

Any fresh candidate can enroll to learn and implement Lean practices in an organization.

Lean practitioners can take up the course to improve their Lean Skills, Six Sigma concepts and methodologies.

Learning Outcome:

The participants, in addition to being certified as Lean Professionals, gain expertise on how to use these tools effectively in manufacturing processes.

Lean certified professionals get a true Global reach and can land their dream job as Lean Managers, Quality Engineers and consultants.

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Course Outline

Introduction and benefits of Lean Manufacturing system

Evolution of Lean Manufacturing and the present-day challenges and application of Lean

Understanding the various Lean methods to transform the organization into a Lean system

Implementation of project management and need for performance measures