Seminars

Lean Expert and Lean Trainer Program

Phase II - Lean Assembly

Practical and professional skills for lean assembly experts

Target group:Future improvement experts, managers and employees in the areas of assembly, planning or other related areas

Dates for this topic

Date Place Language Trainer Net price Registration
24.–29.08.2017 Changshu English CNY 8.000.– Registration

Why that Event?

Long throughput times, a lack of flow, high levels of work-in-progress and large batch sizes determine your daily operation? The Lean Assembly Training will help you to leave behind traditional approaches and to sustainably optimize your assembly processes. You will become familiar with flexible and waste free assembly processes in order to design excellent processes yourself according to the Learning-by-Doing concept. At the Best Practice site of our cooperation partner Kaercher, you will experience one-piece-flow, Kanban and zero-error-quality. You will learn about Lean methodologies and tools in detail in order to be able to identify the potential of lean assembly processes and to fully exploit these in a structured manner. The combination of theory, on-site experience, case studies and workshops will have an immediate positive impact on the application of Lean in your organization. Profit from an intensive exchange with expert of other industries and organizational structures and broaden your network.

Benefit for your daily business:

  • You will learn to identify potentials and increase them in a structured process
  • You will benefit from the exchange of ideas with experienced practitioners and broaden your network to your advantage
  • You will master all the basics of Lean management and value stream design.
  • You will learn about construction of new work flows with cardboard engineering

Agenda

Start at 09.00 am - End at 05.00 pm (4 days)
  • Basics of lean management and value stream design
  • Just-in-time (JIT) and zero defects
  • Task analysis, line balancing, rhythm
  • Pull, layout planning and design, Cardboard Engineering – part 1 & part 2
  • Final discussion, feedback and certification