Lean process improvement is a system of steps that help organisations reduce waste by focusing on customer value. By identifying how customer value flows across every aspect of the organisation, management & teams can then fine-tune and implement processes that create zero waste.
The PD Training Lean Process Improvement Training course will enable teams with the right tools to implement lean principles of process improvement into the very core of their culture, thereby reducing waste and improving product and service value to the customer. Tools covered include 5S, 5W-2H, PDSA, DMAIC, Kaizen, Genchi Genbutsu.
Lean Training courses delivered Australia-wide by LSS experts in Brisbane, Sydney, Parramatta, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide and Perth. Ph: 1300 121 400
Please click on the Public Class tab below to view our Lean Process Improvement Training course schedule by city or click the In-House Training tab to receive a free quote for courses delivered at your preferred location.
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After Completing this Course Participants Will:
"Training was well conducted and I have gained a lot from it....Andrew was very helpful, flexible and accommodating with anything related to the course. Looking forward to do more courses with you next time."
IAG Insurance Australia Group
"It was great that he was able to come in to our office to offer a one-on-one training session. There was a lot of information to take in, but it was definitely helpful for me and my role."
"Peter was very flexible in his approach and covered a lot of content over the 2 days. It was an excellent training workshop."
-Hume City Council
"As expected, the course was manufacturing oriented. However, it reinforced I was on the right track with current projects and re-introduced tools from other courses I had attended but not considered applying to my current role."
"This was a good course to change the mindset to lean way of thinking in the workplace. The tools provided were a great base for starting knowledge in lean."
-Royal Australian Mint
"Great course, the content was structured really well for us to get maximum benefit from it."
"Great course and well delivered by the trainer."
"This course proved to be surprisingly practical, thanks to the inclusion of the many workshops and the interaction encouraged by the presenter. I came away with many useful tools to apply the principles of LEAN and with many constructive ideas and concepts, specifically tailored to the work which we do at Douglas Partners."
This two-day Lean Process Improvement training course will give your organisation the foundational tools required to implement Lean thinking and solutions.
Day one explores the foundational Toyota precepts of Lean and the five improvement concepts: value, waste, variation, complexity and continuous improvement.
The second day will focus on how to use the actual tools for implementing these continual improvement concepts in an organisation. Useful tools will include; Lean data mapping methods, 5S, 5W-2H, PDSA, DMAIC, Kaizen, Genchi Genbutsu.
This Lean process improvement training course will enable an entire organisation to holistically apply Lean thinking and solutions across every aspect of their value stream. From the newest staffer to the CEO, the constant reevaluation of the value stream across each product and service family will challenge old thinking and create a new culture of Lean thinking. Once the value of a product or service is identified, then unnecessary waste can be removed with continual process improvement implementation.
Lean is not just limited to manufacturing and production, but also can be equally applied to service-oriented industries like healthcare, government, education and agribusiness.
The Toyota Production System
The Toyota Production System House
The Five Critical Improvement Concepts
Understanding Value with the Kano Model
Types of Waste
Creating a Lean Enterprise
The Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) Cycle
Using the R-DMAIC-S Model
Lean Thinking Tools
Data Gathering and Mapping
A Plan to Take Home
When you want a tailored learning experience targeting exactly what you want without bringing everyone physically together, the best choice is a Live Online Class run by PDT.
We tailor the content and activities to be specific to your current needs and the needs of the people and run the course in our usual activity-based workshop style training, however, the participants can all be offsite, or some can be in the room with others offsite.
Unless you have a preferred tools we use 'Zoom for Education' that includes enhanced collaboration features such as One-click content sharing, real-time co-annotation (people can work together in activity files), and digital whiteboarding, we also include things like live polls and group chats so you virtually have the same collaborative learning experience of attending a course in a room with other people.
We have delivered these 100's (if not 1000's) of times, and get great outcomes. We achieve great outcomes because we keep our learner centric approach - just because it’s delivered through a screen to some or all participants doesn’t mean it needs to be less tailored or less personalised.
You still have an expert trainer who talks to you prior to the session and tailors the delivery to use your terminology, ensure activities are relevant and directly applicable and ensures an engaging learning experience that provide people with skills and techniques they can apply the very next day.
A hybrid class is with some people connecting online, and some people physically together in the same room.
We provide the Training Management Centre which is an information hub before, during and after training.
(Let us know if there’s parts you don’t want to use)
Invites people to training
(So you don’t have to)
Generates Sign in Sheet
(So you don’t have to)
Generates Branded Flyer
If you want to ‘promote’ internally
PDF’s of Certificates
(can be co-branded with your logo)
Collects and Reports feedback
(So you don’t have to)
Complete Results Dashboard
(including trainer insights)
At the completion of training participants are encouraged to create an action plan, and invite an accountability buddy via their Orgmenta App.
In your Training Management Centre you have transparency to the action plans so you can see what people are going to do differently.
Our systems and people make it easy to identify how you’ll be able to measure impacts,
and then report on the success in the weeks or months after training.
It’s surprisingly easy to make it so that your system can automatically be up to date with all the training record details you need.