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Apply Continuous Improvement Techniques

Continuous improvement, or Kaizen, is a method for identifying opportunities for streamlining work and reducing waste. The practice was formalized by the popularity of Lean/Agile /Kaizen in manufacturing and business, and it is now being used by thousands of companies all over the world to identify savings opportunities. Many of these ideologies can be combined for excellent results.

Day one – morning
* What is Continuous Improvement?
* Continuous improvement is a philosophy of progressive evolution
* World Class manufacturing
* Lean Thinking
* 7 Wastes
* Synchronised Manufacturing
Day one – afternoon
* Standardisation
* Performance Indicating Techniques and Daily Management
* Activity

Course outcome
The key objectives are to enhance the participant€™s existing skills to enable them to become more effective at continuous improvement within their work process. By the end of the course, a participant will understand:

* A structured process for Continuous Improvement
* How various functions within an organisation contribute to Continuous Improvement
* How a variety of useful tools and techniques may help during Continuous Improvement
* Key team working skills
* The importance of corrective action and management of Continuous Improvement

Who should attend?
* Individuals working within all areas of manufacturing and who are looking to develop their capabilities.
* Skilled engineers who have had no previous experience of the Lean Six Sigma tools and who are looking to start on the Lean Journey.
* Companies who have had no previous experience of Continuous Improvement and who are looking to introduce the methodology to their Business
* Managers who are considering adopting Lean Six Sigma methodology into their business but are looking to understand the concept.

Contact Hours

Level

Provider

Cohort Minimum

Cohort Maximum

Number of Training Sessions

Price per Learner

(one to one)

£480.00

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