Here are the thirty (30) training modules for the Lean Practitioner in Manufacturing course. The modules in each step include a training video, a course workbook and any required supporting documents. There are case studies available with several of the steps to demonstrate the application of lean principles.

Instructions:

There are two types of training video listed below:

a) An introduction video with a  short description, click the ‘view’ link to launch the player window.

b) A title link, which you click to access the training video.

When you click one of the title links below, a new browser window will open. In the center of this window you will see a video. Scroll down below the video and you will see an attachments tab that contains the course workbook and any supporting documents. Click on the document links to download and save them to your computer.

Click the “Play” button to start the video and follow along with the facilitator using the course workbook and supporting documents. Each video has a Table of Contents on the left side of the screen. You will be able to view it by placing your mouse pointer over the video while it is playing. The Table of Contents will allow you to move up or down to another section in the training video.

There is a control bar, this allows you to pause and play the video. You can also adjust the audio level and switch to full screen viewing. You can adjust the size of the video screen from full to small screen by clicking the + or – button above the video. You can watch the video at your own convenience and pace, which means you can stop and start the video, and come back to it when you are ready. You have 24/7 access to this training for 12 months from the date of purchase.

Level 2 – Lean Practitioner in Manufacturing Training:


Introduction to the 10 Step Lean Implementation and Training Model

Chris Turner with an Introduction to the Lean Practitioner Training – View


Organizational Behavior

It is important to have the style of leadership that is capable of creating and supporting a lean culture.  Here are two short videos that give an overview of Situational Leadership model created by Dr Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard.

Introduction to Leadership Part 1 – View

Introduction to Leadership Part 2 – View


Step 1 – Strategy DeploymentChris Turner discusses Step 1 – Strategy Deployment – View

Step 1 – Strategy Deployment Part 1

Step 1 – Strategy Deployment Part 2

Chris Turner discusses and demonstrates the 10 Step Lean Assessment – View

Step 1 – Strategy Deployment Part 3

Step 1 – Case Studies:

This video is an overview of how the staff at a Saskatoon Hospital focused on “Getting Lean!”  – View

Here is an additional link to a training session from Industry Week’s Best Plants 2009 Video: Hoshin Planning: Vision-driven Leadership for Breakthrough Improvement Click here to view the video


Step 2 – Value Stream Mapping

Chris Turner discusses Step 2 – Value Stream Mapping – View

Step 2 – Value Stream Mapping Part 1

Step 2 – Case Studies:

Jim Womack from Lean Enterprise Institute (LEI) discusses to value-stream maps and the reasoning for their creation – View

FastCap video of their Learning to See tour with Gemba Research and Bombardier Aerospace View


Step 3 – Workplace Organization

Chris Turner discusses Step 3 – Workplace Organization – View

Step 3 – Workplace Organization Part 1

Step 3 – Workplace Organization Part 2

Step 3 – Case Studies:

Here is a video link that gives a great overview of of 5S in a manufacturing facilityView

FastCap video demonstrating workplace organization in their manufacturing facility View

FastCap video demonstrating how to organize tooling at a workstation View


Step 4 – Improve Process Flow

Chris Turner discusses Step 4 – Improve Process Flow – View

Step 4 – Improve Process Flow Part 1

Step 4 – Case Studies:

FastCap video demonstrating how they designed their workstations using use the U shaped cell View

Boeing’s Lean Production System demonstrates how to improve process flow – View

This video demonstrates how a fabrication company improved process flow in a welding area View


Step 5 – Reduce Changer Times

Chris Turner discusses Step 5 – Reduce Changeover Times – View

Step 5 – Reduce Changeover Times Part 1

Step 5 – Case Studies:

Wardcraft video demonstrating their QDC or Quick Die Change tooling View

Hilma M-TECS Magnetics for quick die change on stamping presses View

Video about a quick changeover kaizen event in a manufacturing facility View

Video showing the activities during a setup reduction event run by LSI, Florida View


Step 6 – Implement a Pull System

Chris Turner discusses Step 6 – Implement a Pull System – View

Step 6 – Implement a Pull System Part 1

Step 6 – Case Studies:

This is a video demonstrating the use of kanban as part of a pull system – View

This is a FastCap video demonstrating how they use kanban cards as part of their pull system – View


Step 7 – Balance the Workload

Chris Turner discusses Step 7 – Balanced Workload – View

Step 7 – Balanced Workload Part 1

Step 7 – Case Studies:

This video uses comedy to demonstrate the importance of balancing the workload – View

This video demonstrates how and why bottlenecks develop – View


Step 8 – Standardized Work

Chris Turner discusses Step 8 – Standard Work – View

Step 8 – Standard Work Part 1


Step 9 – Continuous Process Improvement

Chris Turner discusses Step 9 – Continuous Process Improvement – View

Step 9 – Continuous Process Improvement Part 1

Chris Turner discusses and demonstrates the A3 Template-View

Chris Turner gives an explanation about “Failure” and why it is a critical element of improvement – View

Step 9 – Case Studies:

FastCap video demonstrating the morning improvement walk through their manufacturing facility View

FastCap video about the morning meeting they have with their employees before they start work. View

FastCap video with Paul Akers talks about office and desk layouts. View

A short video called Kaizen – The Key to Continuous Improvement demonstrating the impact of kaizen events – View


Step 10 – Lean Supply Chain

Chris Turner discusses Step 10 – Lean Supply Chain – View

Step 10 – Lean Supply Chain Part 1

Step 10 – Case Studies:

This video is David Brunt from the Lean Enterprise talking about “Creating Lean Supply Chains” at the Lean Summit 2011 – View

This video demonstrates how Frito Lay developed their Lean Supply Chain – View

This video explains how IKEA are developing and supporting their Global Supply Chain – View

This video explores the  changes that are necessary to develop the Supply Chain of the Future – View


10 Steps Training & Implementation Case Study

Chris Turner shares a case study that is based on a presentation he gave to the management team at one of his clients. It demonstrates how the 10 Step training model can be applied in any business environment.

Who Cares About Lean Principles?


Lean Practitioner Certification Exam Details

Chris Turner discusses the Lean Practitioner Certification Exam – View

Lean Practitioner Certification Exam


There are 13 training modules with a total run time of 6.5 hours. The training modules plus exercises are taught in a live class over 5 business days or 40 hours.


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 Posted on : May 18, 2012

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