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What Will I Learn?

  • The Basics of Accounting — linking the accounting equation to business applications
  • The Accounting Cycle — documenting and tracking business transactions and understanding how those transactions are reflected on financial statements
  • The Balance Sheet — understanding its managerial objectives and usage
  • The Income Statement — how to define revenue and expen se and effectively use income statement ratios to evaluate profit and loss
  • The Statement of Cash Flow — an understanding of cash flow and non -cash expenses, and the differences between cash and profit levels
  • Cost Accounting — why it is necessary and how to use it as a management tool
  • Fixed Assets — what they are and how to evaluate and account for them
  • Budgeting — the basic budgeting process, cost/price/volume relationships and how they impact the bottom line, break -even analysis, and more.

LEAN MANUFACTURING

OVERVIEW:

Lean manufacturing is a systemic method for the elimination of waste within a manufacturing process. Lean also takes into account waste created through overburden and waste created through unevenness in workloads. Working from the perspective of the client who consumes a product or service, "value" is any action or process that a customer would be willing to pay for.


Essentially, lean is centred on making obvious what adds value by reducing everything else. It is a management philosophy derived mostly from the Toyota Production System


DURATION:

2 Days


COURSE OBJECTIVES:
  • Understand the strategic importance of lean manufacturing on the supply chain
  • Emphasize the importance of work flow, continual improvement, lean management principles and lean production
  • Develop the processes and systems for optimal productivity and efficiency
  • Capture and eliminate unplanned costs
  • Automate defect detection and elimination
  • Continually investigate and improve the supply chain

WHO WILL BENEFIT:
  • Top and middle level management personnel of small, medium and large scale companies
  • Production/Process/Design/Maintenance/Quality/Materials managers and executives
  • Planners, Purchasers, Manufacturing and Delivery Personnel
  • Management or Kaizen group leaders

Key Topics

MODULE 1.1 – MANUFACTURING STRATEGIES AND LEAN MANUFACTURING

  • The LEAN model & Principles – traditional vs lean improvement
  • Value vs. Non-value Ratio
  • The 3 elements of work – takt time, work sequence, standard inventory
  • JIDOKA – automation
  • The ISEE and PDCA cycles

  • MODULE 1.2 – (5+1)S MOVEMENT AND TOTAL QUALITY ENVIRONMENT

    • Accidents and levels of instructions
    • Creating the system that encourages responsible behaviour
    • (5+1)S instructions at workstations
    • TQE and the office
    • Stratification & organization technology
    • Search elimination, labelling, preventing out of stock
    • Inspection, quality management, zero defect & dirt
    • Systemization, coding, outliers
    • Normalization, communication, standards, habits
    • Safety, security, sensitivity
    • (5+1)S audits, reporting, improvemts
    • Getting the most out of (5+1)S/TQE

    MODULE 1.3 – VISUAL MANAGEMENT-

    • Implementing and sustaining visibility control
    • Visual standards, visual displays, visual metrics

    MODULE 1.4 – ELIMINATING THE 8 WASTES

    • Standard work, visual controls
    • Set-up reduction, batch size reduction, point-of-use storage, quality at the source Pull systems, cellular flow

    MODULE 2.1 – POKA YOKE – MISTAKE PROOFING

    • Specifications, defects, inspection
    • Control points in processes – detecting defects
    • Basic motion study
    • 3 Strategies for Zero Defects
    • Different Kinds of Human Errors & Defects
    • 5 Elements of Production
    • 5 best Poka Yoke
    • Poka Yoke guidelines
    • Detection devices for Poka Yoke
    • Poka Yoke system

    MODULE 2.3 – QUICK CHANGEOVER

    • Set-Up Reduction (SUR)
    • Single Minute Exchange of Dies (SMED)

    MODULE 2.4 – VALUE STREAM MAPPING

    • Material and information flow map of production processes
    • Relationship between various levels in a multi-tiered supply chain
    • Map material, information, and supply chain flows
    • Map current and future states
    • Visual schematic diagramming

    MODULE 3 – JUST IN TIME

    • Framework of JIT production system
    • Push and Pull Systems – The Kanban System
    • Material planning and management
    • Material movements and safety stock
    • Line balancing and stock buffers
    • Backflushing
    • Small lot production – inventory reduction
    • Integrated productivity – set-up time & cycle time
    • Process layouts
    • Multiple products run
    • JIT implementation and measurement
    • TQM and JIT

    MODULE 4.1 – KAIZEN MANAGEMENT

    • Kaizen values and practice
    • Management, group, individual oriented
    • Process oriented vs result oriented
    • Kaizen leadership – facilitating, motivating Kaizen group
    • Shingijutso method - documenting reality, wastes, planning countermeasures, implementing changes, verify changes, quantify results and make standard
    • Policy deployment and audit
    • Quality deployment
    • Kaizen problem solving – tools and cycle
    • Kaizen measurement – tools and techniques
    • Kaizen innovation
    • Gemba management
    • System thinking

    MODULE 4.2 – 10 STEPS TO BECOME A LEAN ENTERPRISE

    • Step 1 – Strategy Deployment - the Model
    • Step 2 – Value Stream Mapping
    • Step 3 – Workplace Organization
    • Step 4 – Improve Process Flow
    • Step 5 – Reduce Changeover Times.
    • Step 6 – Implement a Pull System - Kanban.
    • Step 7 – Balanced Workload – Zero Constraints
    • Step 8 – Standard Work - Standard Work Layout <Sheet, Standard Work Combination Sheet.
    • Step 9 – Continuous Process Improvement - Kaizen
    • Step 10 – Extend Lean efforts into Supply Chain.

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    LEAN MANUFACTURING
    OVERVIEW:

    Lean manufacturing is a systemic method for the elimination of waste within a manufacturing process. Lean also takes into account waste created through overburden and waste created through unevenness in workloads. Working from the perspective of the client who consumes a product or service, "value" is any action or process that a customer would be willing to pay for.

    Essentially, lean is centred on making obvious what adds value by reducing everything else. It is a management philosophy derived mostly from the Toyota Production System


    DURATION:

    2 Days


    COURSE OBJECTIVES:
    • Understand the strategic importance of lean manufacturing on the supply chain
    • Emphasize the importance of work flow, continual improvement, lean management principles and lean production
    • Develop the processes and systems for optimal productivity and efficiency
    • Capture and eliminate unplanned costs
    • Automate defect detection and elimination
    • Continually investigate and improve the supply chain

    WHO WILL BENEFIT:
    • Top and middle level management personnel of small, medium and large scale companies
    • Production/Process/Design/Maintenance/Quality/Materials managers and executives
    • Planners, Purchasers, Manufacturing and Delivery Personnel
    • Management or Kaizen group leaders

    Key Topics
    MODULE 1.1 – MANUFACTURING STRATEGIES AND LEAN MANUFACTURING
  • The LEAN model & Principles – traditional vs lean improvement
  • Value vs. Non-value Ratio
  • The 3 elements of work – takt time, work sequence, standard inventory
  • The ISEE and PDCA cycles
  • JIDOKA – automation
  • MODULE 1.2 – (5+1)S MOVEMENT AND TOTAL QUALITY ENVIRONMENT
    • Accidents and levels of instructions
    • Creating the system that encourages responsible behaviour
    • (5+1)S instructions at workstations
    • TQE and the office
    • Stratification & organization technology
    • Search elimination, labelling, preventing out of stock
    • Inspection, quality management, zero defect & dirt
    • Systemization, coding, outliers
    • Normalization, communication, standards, habits
    • Safety, security, sensitivity
    • (5+1)S audits, reporting, improvemts
    • Getting the most out of (5+1)S/TQE
    MODULE 1.3 – VISUAL MANAGEMENT-
    • Implementing and sustaining visibility control
    • Visual standards, visual displays, visual metrics
    MODULE 1.3 – VISUAL MANAGEMENT-
    • Implementing and sustaining visibility control
    • Visual standards, visual displays, visual metrics
    MODULE 1.4 – ELIMINATING THE 8 WASTES
    • Standard work, visual controls
    • Set-up reduction, batch size reduction, point-of-use storage, quality at the source Pull systems, cellular flow
    MODULE 2.1 – POKA YOKE – MISTAKE PROOFING
    • Specifications, defects, inspection
    • Control points in processes – detecting defects
    • Basic motion study
    • 3 Strategies for Zero Defects
    • Different Kinds of Human Errors & Defects
    • 5 Elements of Production
    • 5 best Poka Yoke
    • Poka Yoke guidelines
    • Detection devices for Poka Yoke
    • Poka Yoke system
    MODULE 2.3 – QUICK CHANGEOVER
    • Set-Up Reduction (SUR)
    • Single Minute Exchange of Dies (SMED)
    MODULE 2.4 – VALUE STREAM MAPPING
    • Material and information flow map of production processes
    • Relationship between various levels in a multi-tiered supply chain
    • Map material, information, and supply chain flows
    • Map current and future states
    • Visual schematic diagramming
    MODULE 3 – JUST IN TIME
    • Framework of JIT production system
    • Push and Pull Systems – The Kanban System
    • Material planning and management
    • Material movements and safety stock
    • Line balancing and stock buffers
    • Backflushing
    • Small lot production – inventory reduction
    • Integrated productivity – set-up time & cycle time
    • Process layouts
    • Multiple products run
    • JIT implementation and measurement
    • TQM and JIT
    MODULE 4.1 – KAIZEN MANAGEMENT
    • Kaizen values and practice
    • Management, group, individual oriented
    • Process oriented vs result oriented
    • Kaizen leadership – facilitating, motivating Kaizen group
    • Shingijutso method - documenting reality, wastes, planning countermeasures, implementing changes, verify changes, quantify results and make standard
    • Policy deployment and audit
    • Quality deployment
    • Kaizen problem solving – tools and cycle
    • Kaizen measurement – tools and techniques
    • Kaizen innovation
    • Gemba management
    • System thinking
    MODULE 4.2 – 10 STEPS TO BECOME A LEAN ENTERPRISE
    • Step 1 – Strategy Deployment - the Model
    • Step 2 – Value Stream Mapping
    • Step 3 – Workplace Organization
    • Step 4 – Improve Process Flow
    • Step 5 – Reduce Changeover Times.
    • Step 6 – Implement a Pull System - Kanban.
    • Step 7 – Balanced Workload – Zero Constraints
    • Step 8 – Standard Work - Standard Work Layout <
    • Sheet, Standard Work Combination Sheet.
    • Step 9 – Continuous Process Improvement - Kaizen
    • Step 10 – Extend Lean efforts into Supply Chain.

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