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Lean Level I Yellowbelt for service

OVERVIEW

From education to healthcare to financial services to law enforcement, Lean has been effectively used to transform organizations far beyond the traditional shop floor. Lean is all about engaging people in the spirit of continuous improvement and Yellowbelt for Service provides an in-depth introduction to Lean with an emphasis on service environments. Facilitated by experts with real-world experience, this five-day program is focused on hands-on learning. Participants complete group simulations and homework assignments to apply the tools they learn to improve organizational processes.

NEW!

Our Lean Level I Yellowbelt for Service curriculum has been updated to help manufacturers navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.

October 05, 2020

MB

February 2, 2021

MB

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COST

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ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Erwin Matusoc, Lean Facilitator
Erwin is a Certified Master Blackbelt who has supported hundreds of companies through consortia, Kaizen events, assessments, training and coaching.

WHY LEAN FOR SERVICE

  • Understand Lean and continuous improvement principles and tools
  • Develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to apply basic Lean tools and
    contribute fully to the problem solving or continuous improvement activities
    within the organization
  • Be able to participate meaningfully in Lean and continuous improvement efforts

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand Lean and continuous improvement principles and tools
  • Develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to apply basic Lean tools and contribute fully to the problem solving or continuous improvement activities within the organization
  • Be able to participate meaningfully in Lean and continuous improvement efforts

WHO CAN BENEFIT

Anyone currently engaged in Lean and continuous improvement efforts in a service environment or role and any employee who will participate in these efforts going forward.

PRE-REQUISITE(S)

None

COURSE LENGTH & TIME COMMITMENT

  • Participants: 5 days in session, plus required homework/applied learning
  • Course takes place over 5 weeks

COURSE MODULES

  • Module 1 | Introduction to Lean
  • Module 2 | Value Stream Mapping
  • Module 3 | 5S and Standard Work
  • Module 4 | Huddle Boards & Visual Controls Module 5 | Hands on Simulation, Group Presentation & Graduation