Location: Dallas, TX
Duration: 4 Days
6Sigma.us’ Lean Fundamentals course introduces the principles of Lean and the overall importance of focusing on what adds value to the customer. Lean Fundamentals provides individuals methods to recognize wastes in processes as well as identify barriers to flow and implement pull in their current processes.
- Morning and afternoon snack each day
- Lite lunch each day
- Professionally printed C o l o r Laser student notebooks
- Fun and exciting exercises
- Fun learning atmosphere
Six Sigma Features
- Access to course leader with extensive project experience
- Student data files and Six Sigma templates
- Generic Project examples
- Generic Project Charter examples
- Includes up to two hours of project start-up remote assistance by voice and email after the class end
- Certification review of Lean Fundamentals project
- Certificate after project acceptance
- On-site Consulting Support at a discounted rate
Lean Fundamentals Training Topics
- Lean Concepts and Lean Six Sigma
- Principles of Lean and A3 Thinking
- Project Planning and Approach
- Foundation of Lean: Waste
- Foundation of Lean: 5S
- Map the Value Stream
- Finding the Value, Data Collection, and Display (end of Lean Introduction 2 day)
- Root Cause Analysis
- Creating Flow
- Establish Flow
- Mistake Proofing
- Pursue Perfection
- Future State Value Stream
At the end of this course, the attendees will:
- Recognize that Lean and Six Sigma are very compatible systems that function more effectively as a cohesive unit. 6Sigma.us provides a complete range of Lean and Six Sigma classes, as well as deployment assistance.
- Gain the skills necessary to utilize Lean methodologies that reduce cycle times, and improve productivity and quality.
- Establish robust Value Stream Maps for any process.
There are no prerequisites for our Lean Fundamentals programs. Attendees will receive two certificates, one certificate for successfully completing the training and another certificate for successfully completing a live project, which will designate individuals as internationally-recognized Lean Agents.