06 Jul Lean 101 Open Class: Tulsa, OK
Lean 101 Open Class – June 18, 2020
Tulsa Technology Center
Tulsa, OK 74145
To sign up call 918-906-5226 or CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP!!
What You Will Learn:
Participants will learn the basic definitions of terms used in Lean 101 Manufacturing. They will learn how to reduce manufacturing lead times by 80%, reduce work in progress up to 90%, reduce floor space up to 75%, and improve quality up to 90%. The class consists of a combination of classroom learning and live simulation.
“We’ve been at it for 27 years…. I thought we had a perfect process. Now I see all wastes we have, and I’m preaching Lean!”
The goal of Lean 101 is to equip manufacturers to be more competitive in their respective markets. Through a clear understanding how to implement Lean 101 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. This training becomes the basis for a cultural transformation of the business.
The workshop is designed for up to 18 people.
Duration and Location
The workshop is 1 day and 8 full hours. Classes are typically taught at the clients local Technology Center, or on-site with the proper facilities.
There are no pre-requisites for this course.
Information on fees can be obtained by calling 918-906-5226.
Participants will learn the basic deﬁnitions of terms used in Lean 101 Manufacturing. They will learn how to reduce manufacturing cycle time by 80%, reduce work in progress up to 90%, reduce ﬂoor space up to 75%, and improve quality up to 90%. The class consists of a combination of classroom learning and live simulation.
Individual topics covered are: History of Lean 101, the 8 Deadly Wastes, Workplace Organization, Standard Work, Visual Controls, Plant Layout, POUS, Quick Changeover, Batch Size Reduction, Teams, Quality at the Source, Cellular Flow, Pull Systems and Total Productive Maintenance.