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Lean 101 Workshop

Month:
7/10/2018, 8:00 AM - 4:30 AM
Contact: Kellie Ecker
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Lean 101 Training

Basic Lean Training with Hands-on Simulations

June 14, 2018

Eastern SD  - Location TBD


Objective

The goal of Lean 101 Workshop is to equip manufacturers to be more competitive in their respective markets. Through understanding how to implement Lean Principles, participants can make changes in their manufacturing plant that will eliminate waste, maximize productivity and increase profits. The class will yield immediate results as students return to their workplace with an understanding of waste and how to begin eliminating it from the process.

 

Course Content

Participants will learn the basic definitions of terms used in Lean Manufacturing.  They will learn how to reduce manufacturing cycle time up to 80%, reduce work in progress up to 90%, reduce floor space up to 75%, and improve quality up to 50%. The class consists of a combination of classroom and four live simulations. Lean principles and tools addressed are:

  • Plant Layout
  • 5S-Workplace Organization
  • Standard Work
  • Single Minute Exchange of Dies
  • Batch Size Reduction
  • Quality at the Source
  • Point of Use Storage
  • Pull System
  • Kanban
  • Cellular Manufacturing
  • Visual Management
  • Takt Time
  • Teams
  • Kaizen

Course Overview

Learn the lean fundamentals and practice applying various lean tools in an interactive, exciting environment. Lean 101 utilizes learning and applying through a unique simulation process.  Throughout the day, participants will act out a manufacturing company’s transition to lean by following a learn-and-do approach.  Eight hours of training consists of: an overview of lean, specific lean tools and how the lean tools can impact your particular business. 

There are four segments we will cover:             

Overview of Lean – 1 hour of classroom time

Simulation 1 – What worked and what didn’t.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory.

Lean Tools Training – What should be changed?  1 hour classroom time

Simulation 2 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory.

Lean Tools Training – What should be changed?  1 hour classroom time

Simulation 3 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory.

Lean Tools Training – What should be changed? 1 hour classroom time

Simulation 4 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory.

Following the fourth simulation, we will recap the overall day and emphasize how the lean tools will work for your specific business or factory.  Participants not only learn the tools, but they must identify the changes and then prove they improved the process via the simulation and monitoring results.

You will see how the lean tools transform a manufacturing company from a traditional push manufacturing company to a lean enterprise.  Each simulation looks at metrics related to lead-time, production output, quality, inventory, revenue and profit.

Lunch will be provided for guests. Total class time including lunch is between 8-8.5 hours

 

Cost: $200 per person (plus tax)

 

SIOUX FALLS | ABERDEEN | WATERTOWN | RAPID CITY
Main Office: 2329 N Career Ave, Ste 106 , Sioux Falls SD
Phone: 605-367-5757 | www.sdmanufacturing.com

 





Register2018-07-10 08:00:002018-07-10 04:30:00America/ChicagoLean 101 Workshop Lean 101 Training Basic Lean Training with Hands-on Simulations June 14, 2018 Eastern SD  - Location TBD Objective The goal of Lean 101 Workshop is to equip manufacturers to be more competitive in their respective markets. Through understanding how to implement Lean Principles, participants can make changes in their manufacturing plant that will eliminate waste, maximize productivity and increase profits. The class will yield immediate results as students return to their workplace with an understanding of waste and how to begin eliminating it from the process.   Course Content Participants will learn the basic definitions of terms used in Lean Manufacturing.  They will learn how to reduce manufacturing cycle time up to 80%, reduce work in progress up to 90%, reduce floor space up to 75%, and improve quality up to 50%. The class consists of a combination of classroom and four live simulations. Lean principles and tools addressed are: Plant Layout 5S-Workplace Organization Standard Work Single Minute Exchange of Dies Batch Size Reduction Quality at the Source Point of Use Storage Pull System Kanban Cellular Manufacturing Visual Management Takt Time Teams Kaizen Course Overview Learn the lean fundamentals and practice applying various lean tools in an interactive, exciting environment. Lean 101 utilizes learning and applying through a unique simulation process.  Throughout the day, participants will act out a manufacturing company’s transition to lean by following a learn-and-do approach.  Eight hours of training consists of: an overview of lean, specific lean tools and how the lean tools can impact your particular business.  There are four segments we will cover:              Overview of Lean – 1 hour of classroom time Simulation 1 – What worked and what didn’t.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory. Lean Tools Training – What should be changed?  1 hour classroom time Simulation 2 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory. Lean Tools Training – What should be changed?  1 hour classroom time Simulation 3 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory. Lean Tools Training – What should be changed? 1 hour classroom time Simulation 4 – What worked and what’s next.  1 hour hands-on in simulated factory. Following the fourth simulation, we will recap the overall day and emphasize how the lean tools will work for your specific business or factory.  Participants not only learn the tools, but they must identify the changes and then prove they improved the process via the simulation and monitoring results. You will see how the lean tools transform a manufacturing company from a traditional push manufacturing company to a lean enterprise.  Each simulation looks at metrics related to lead-time, production output, quality, inventory, revenue and profit. Lunch will be provided for guests. Total class time including lunch is between 8-8.5 hours   Cost: $200 per person (plus tax)   SIOUX FALLS | ABERDEEN | WATERTOWN | RAPID CITY Main Office: 2329 N Career Ave, Ste 106 , Sioux Falls SD Phone: 605-367-5757 | www.sdmanufacturing.com   (none)
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