Lean White Belt 2023
Lean White Belt certification offers an in-depth view of Lean tools and precepts to enable individuals to engage in as well as develop the skills to lead Lean projects throughout their organization. The training involves and in-plant project so companies realize immediate return on investment.
Days one and two cover foundational Lean tools and focus identification of in-plant opportunities for improvement. Days three and four cover additional Lean tools, create value stream maps and result in clarification of the in-plant project to be approved by management. The remainder of the course builds toward project completion while teaching facilitation skills, project management, team management, and basic change management with a focus on how to ensure that project gains are sustained and built upon moving forward.
Through a partnership with Jefferson Community College, this training is available for only $395 per participant!
Detailed Course Breakdown
- Introductions – including schedule, norms, and expectations
- Strategy Deployment – this will help you indentify a project to work on that aligns with the overarching goals of your organization.
- Flow -- interactive exercises on what creates and inhibits flow as an introduction to lean fundamentals
- Team Facilitation – because successful, sustainable projects are team based, lean practitioners must be able to lead meetings and projects, make decisions, communicate professionally, encourage creativity and more.
- Change Management – how to get the necessary buy-in to ensure successful, sustainable projects
- Value Stream Mapping – using a case study to understand the current flow of an organization to develop the ability to identify problems and create solutions.
- Kaizen Principles – focuses on the tools used to structure a project or event including A3, sub-process mapping, data collection
- Problem Solving – redefining “problem” as a gap in performance between a current state and a target, and then introducing solution tools like, Plan-Do-Check-Adjust, 5 Whys, root cause failure analysis, or others.
- 5S and Visual Management – to create the organization that quickly exposes problems so they can be solved
- Standard Work – the whys and hows of getting everyone to understand the best practices of their jobs
- Pull Systems – a deeper dive into flow
- Respect for People – the heart of lean manufacturing is often misunderstood, but is the backbone of understanding how to challenge people to perform to their peak ability.
- Gemba Walk – a habit of personal observation from a place of mutual respect and cooperation
Additional Lean tools based on class make-up and needs – these may include quick changeover, total productive maintenance, overall equipment effectiveness, lean material handling.
Sustainability – how to maintain the gains made, including stakeholder engagement, metrics and monitoring, lean management elements, and accountability.
3-day Project Facilitation
If your company sends three or more participants to the program, receive a complimentary 3-day project facilitation with a CITEC Business Advisor.
Certification from this program requires full attendance, participation, and completion of all assignments. Extensions and make-ups may be arranged on a case-by-case basis. Complimentary project facilitation must be used within six months of course completion.
Training dates are:
- September 20, 2023
- September 27, 2023
- October 4, 2023
- October 18, 2023
- October 25, 2023
- November 1, 2023
- November 8, 2023
- November 15, 2023
Through a partnership with Jefferson Community College, this training is available for only $395!
Contact Steve Lockwood for more information.
You must register for this event through Jefferson Community College at this link.
|Event Date||09-20-2023 8:00 am|
|Event End Date||11-15-2023 4:00 pm|
|Cut off date||09-21-2023|
|Location||Jefferson Community College Watertown|