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CME offering yellowbelt course on Lean

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CME’s Lean Level I (Yellowbelt) provides an in-depth introduction to Lean with an emphasis on the five core Lean principles and waste reduction. PHOTO courtesy CME.

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) is encouraging manufacturers to take their skills and their company’s potential to the next level with its Lean Level I Yellowbelt course.

Lean is all about engaging people in the spirit of continuous improvement. CME’s Lean Level I (Yellowbelt) provides an in-depth introduction to Lean with an emphasis on the five core Lean principles and waste reduction.

“Through immersive, hands-on learning, this course isn’t just about theories but practical application, empowering you and your colleagues to make a tangible impact on your organization’s success, CME says in a release. “This is your chance to not only optimize your company’s performance but also harness invaluable skills for your personal development. Join us and step into a future where delivering remarkable value in less time and effort isn’t just a goal, but a reality.”

Facilitated by experts with real-world experience, this four-day program is focused on hands-on learning.Participants complete group simulations and homework assignments to apply the tools they learn to improve company processes.

COURSE OVERVIEW

  • Prior to February 7, the student works at their own pace and at a convenient time (approximately 8 hours) participants will learn about Customer Value, 5 Principles of Lean, and 8 wastes, Kaizen, Value Stream Mapping, Value Assessment, 5S and Standardized Work
  • Wednesday, February 7 for 6 hours (8:30 to 3:30) – Value Stream Mapping
  • Thursday, February 8 for 6 hours (8:30 to 3:30) – 5S & Standardized Work
  • Prior to February 21, the student works at their own pace, approximately 4-6 hours, on the online component where participants will learn about Visual Management, Problem Solving, and will upload their required homework
  • Wednesday, February 21 for 6 hours (8:30 to 3:30) – Huddle Board Exercise and the start of the Case Study
  • Thursday, February 22 for 6 hours (8:30 to 3:30) – Complete Case Study and Graduation

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