Training Sessions

Lean 101

OVERVIEW

This one-day, hands-on, ‘learning by doing’ style of workshop will discuss the Lean concepts of customer focus; information and material flow; and waste elimination. Through simulation exercises and case study examples, participants will gain an understanding of how to identify wastes and implement core Lean tools to improve processes. This training can be taken in-person, online or remote facilitated.

SCHEDULE

start date

region

registration & Cost

November 2, 2021

Online

January 11, 2022

Online

March 4, 2022

Online

PROGRAM OUTLINE

IN-PERSON & REMOTE FACILITATED

One-day Workshop – 8 hours (8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.)

  • Ice Breaker
  • Lean Philosophy & Principles
  • VA, NVA, 8 Forms of Waste, House of Lean
  • BREAK
  • Waste Hunting
  • Gemba Walk, Toast Kaizen, Meals per Hour
  • LEGO Simulation
  • LUNCH
  • LEGO Simulation – Round 1
  • BREAK
  • LEGO Simulation – Round 2 and 3
  • Reflection
  • Adjourn

ONLINE

Half-day Workshop – 4 hours (8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)

  • Welcome, Intro, Agenda, Ice Breaker
  • Learning Objectives
  • Lean Principles & 8 Forms of Waste
  • Waste Hunt
  • Waste Hunt Report Out
  • BREAK
  • LEGO Simulation Intro
  • Round 1
  • Improvements for Round 2
  • Round 2
  • Improvements for Round 3
  • Round 3
  • LEGO Reflection
  • Evaluation & Hansei
  • Adjourn

COST

Costs may vary by province and may be eligible for government funding. Select your preferred location to view the prices for CME members and non-members.

 

UPDATED CANCELLATION POLICY
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, CME has adjusted our cancellation policies to allow members the greatest flexibility to put health and safety first while benefiting from the world-class training CME provides. Cancellations received in writing 10 days prior to the first day of the course will be reimbursed 100 per cent of the purchase price. Cancellations received fewer than 10 business days are eligible for a 50 per cent reimbursement. Participants who are not able to attend an in-person session due to illness or self-isolation will be offered the opportunity to participate virtually where possible, or to send a delegate in their stead (for single-day sessions or where missed day occurs on day one of a multi-day course).

Where neither is an option, CME will apply a credit or allow the participant to re-enroll at a later session start date to continue their learning at no additional cost.

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PRE-REQUISITES

None

COURSE MODULES

  • Module 1 | Lean Overview
  • Module 2 | 8 Wastes
  • Module 3 | Airplane Simulation

COURSE LENGTH & TIME COMMITMENT

Online sessions: One half-day in session
In-person sessions: One full day in session

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Understand the five principles of Lean; customer value, value streams, flow, “pull” type control systems and continuous improvement.

WHO CAN BENEFIT

Anyone requiring an introduction to the philosophy, terminology and core tools of Lean thinking. This course is suitable for everyone in the organization from senior leadership to front-line and support staff.

ONTARIO TRAINING

Thanks to the support of the Ontario government, CME has launched a Skills Development Program to provide free Lean training for manufacturing employees.

 

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