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    Lean Green Belts are the driving forces and project leaders of improvement projects. The Lean method is aimed at achieving maximum value for the customer with the least possible waste (muda). By working smartly and efficiently, costs go down, which... Read more >
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    Training code
    SYMLEAGBCD
    Spoken Language
    Dutch
    Language Materials
    English
    Dayparts
    10
    Price
    €2.595,00
    excl. VAT No extra costs.

    Book Lean Green Belt now

    This training is delivered in cooperation with and at the location of our partner Symbol.

    • 22-5-2019
      Amersfoort
      €2.595,00
      €2.595,00
    • 18-9-2019
      Enschede
      €2.595,00
      €2.595,00
    • 18-9-2019
      Groningen
      €2.595,00
      €2.595,00
    • 12-11-2019
      Eindhoven
      €2.595,00
      €2.595,00
    • 12-11-2019
      Amersfoort
      €2.595,00
      €2.595,00
    Training code
    SYMLEAGBCD
    Spoken Language
    Dutch
    Language Materials
    English
    Dayparts
    10
    Price
    €2.595,00
    excl. VAT No extra costs.

    This training is delivered in cooperation with and at the location of our partner Symbol.

    Training code
    SYMLEAGBCD
    Spoken Language
    Dutch
    Language Materials
    English
    Dayparts
    10
    Price
    €2.595,00
    excl. VAT No extra costs.

    Book Lean Green Belt now

    This training is delivered in cooperation with and at the location of our partner Symbol.

    • 22-5-2019
      Amersfoort
      €2.595,00
      €2.595,00
    • 18-9-2019
      Enschede
      €2.595,00
      €2.595,00
    • 18-9-2019
      Groningen
      €2.595,00
      €2.595,00
    • 12-11-2019
      Eindhoven
      €2.595,00
      €2.595,00
    • 12-11-2019
      Amersfoort
      €2.595,00
      €2.595,00
  • What is Lean Green Belt

    Lean Green Belts are the driving forces and project leaders of improvement projects. The Lean method is aimed at achieving maximum value for the customer with the least possible waste (muda).

    By working smartly and efficiently, costs go down, which leads to an improvement of customer experience and operating result.

    After this training you are able to map processes and value streams. You also have a large number of practical tools to make processes more stable and to shorten throughput times.
    In addition, if you meet the conditions for an example project and do enough self-study, you are prepared to obtain the official Lean Green Belt certification from LSSA by taking the exam.

  • Who is Lean Green Belt for

    Project leaders, project managers, team leaders and engineers who carry out Lean projects. You get the most return from a Lean Green Belt training if you study the subjects after each block and go through the next training block. Our rule of thumb is 8 hours of teaching is 8 hours of preparation and study. The study load therefore amounts to approximately 40 hours.

    The following topics are discussed in the training.

     

    • Lean principles (Value, Value current, Flow, Pull, Continuous improvement)
    • Describe customer value (Voice of the Customer)
    • Smart organization of your own working environment with the help of 5S
    • The importance of standardized working
    • Following the correct improvement approach (PDCA, DMAIC)
    • Mapping and eliminating waste ('Muda')
    • Active involvement in a continuous improvement project (Kaizen)
    • Research into the root cause (Root Cause analyzes)
    • Apply Lean instruments
    • The importance of error-free (First Time Right / Poka Yoke)
    • Calculate and assess Lean performance indicators
    • Set up a project assignment (project charter) and A3 reporting
    • Forming and managing an improvement team
    • Establishing a value stream (Current State)
    • Visualizing the improvement potential (Future State)
    • Develop standards and work instructions
    • Assess and improve the quality management system
    • Reducing overload ('Muri')
    • Reducing imbalance ('Mura')
    • Performing risk analysis (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis)
    • Setting up and maintaining a continuous improvement culture (Kaizen)
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