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Lean Manfactuirng Online Course

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CommLab India offers catalogue courses or off-the-shelf ready-to-use courses on diverse subjects. The uniqueness of these courses is that they offer you the convenience of a catalogue course and the …

CommLab India offers catalogue courses or off-the-shelf ready-to-use courses on diverse subjects. The uniqueness of these courses is that they offer you the convenience of a catalogue course and the customization of a tailor-made course.

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  • 1. Lean Manufacturing Introduction to Lean Concepts Introduction to Lean Concepts aims to give an overview of Lean concepts - the history and origin of Lean, its advantages and compares it with traditional organization. It defines the seven kinds of waste in detail. The course describes Lean as a total system. The course also highlights the obstacles you must overcome to become a truly Lean organization. Course Duration: Approximately 45 minutes. Learning Outcomes: By the end of this course, you will be able to: • Define Lean Manufacturing and its key benefits • Differentiate between Traditional and Lean Manufacturing • Understand the Lean Principles and what are the seven wastes • Explain the process of Lean Implementation On completion of the course you will learn how to overcome the obstacles to become a truly lean organization. Pre-requisites: • No previous knowledge about the concept is required. No.30, II Floor, Sarvasukhi Colony, West Marredpally, Secunderabad – 500 026 INDIA Telephone: 0091–40–27803080 & Fax: 0091–40–27716308 URL: http://www.commlabindia.com Email: info@commlabindia.com
  • 2. Lean Manufacturing Visual Management and 5S Visual Management and 5S course describes the elements of 5S and explains the techniques of visual display and visual control. In this course you will find ample of industry examples. Also, the course will finally prepare you to lead a 5S activity. Course Duration: Approximately 45 minutes. Learning Outcomes: By the end of this course, you will be able to: • Define Visual Management • List and explain the elements of 5S • State the red-tag method • Describe visual techniques including visual displays and visual controls • List respective examples On completion of the course you will be able to efficiently lead a 5S activity. Pre-requisites: • No previous knowledge about the concept is required. No.30, II Floor, Sarvasukhi Colony, West Marredpally, Secunderabad – 500 026 INDIA Telephone: 0091–40–27803080 & Fax: 0091–40–27716308 URL: http://www.commlabindia.com Email: info@commlabindia.com
  • 3. Lean Manufacturing Value Stream Mapping Value Stream Mapping is a preferred tool for identifying and understanding where waste and non-value added activities exist. It is a paper-and-pencil representation that helps you see and understand the flow of material and information as a product makes its way through your production process. This course will impart you with knowledge on how to evaluate current production process, identify the value added and non-value added steps, and envision an improved (future) production process. Course Duration: Approximately 45 minutes. Learning Outcomes: By the end of this course, you will be able to: • Define Value Stream Mapping • Its approach and benefits • Distinguish between Value Stream Mapping and Process Mapping • Explain Value Stream Mapping methodologies • Implement Value Stream Mapping process On completion of the course you will be able to evaluate the current process and employ an improved production process. Pre-requisites: • No previous knowledge about the concept is required. No.30, II Floor, Sarvasukhi Colony, West Marredpally, Secunderabad – 500 026 INDIA Telephone: 0091–40–27803080 & Fax: 0091–40–27716308 URL: http://www.commlabindia.com Email: info@commlabindia.com
  • 4. Lean Manufacturing Leaders Standard Work Leaders Standard Work is a set of work procedures that effectively combines people, materials, and machines to maintain quality, efficiency and safety. Work is described precisely in terms of cycle time, work-in-process, sequence, layout and inventory needed to conduct the process. This is a course focuses on elements and tools of standard work. It establishes the best sequence steps to maximize performance and minimize waste. It begins as an improvement baseline and evolves into a reliable method. Course Duration: Approximately 45 minutes. Learning Outcomes: By the end of this course, you will be able to: • Define Standard Work • Understand its characteristics and significance • State the amount of time • Develop Standard Work as Interlocking Layers and Standard Work Process • List and explain the elements of Standard Work On completion of the course you will be able to implement the standard work successfully. Pre-requisites: • No previous knowledge about the concept is required. No.30, II Floor, Sarvasukhi Colony, West Marredpally, Secunderabad – 500 026 INDIA Telephone: 0091–40–27803080 & Fax: 0091–40–27716308 URL: http://www.commlabindia.com Email: info@commlabindia.com