JIT Kaizen

Course

Online

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Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Methodology

    Online

  • Class hours

    7h

Description

JIT Kaizen is an improvement technique designed to help minimise waste at your workplace - and within the production process itself. It gives you the means to assess how a process is currently organised and how you could improve it. It's a crucial tool in reducing costs, improving quality and safety and enhancing productivity. The course is divided into five modules, which take you.

To take into account

If you need to improve your knowledge of continuous improvement, you may first wish to study other programmes available in the series such as Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA),, 7 Tools for Continuous Improvement, Kaizen, 5S Workplace Organisation, Skill Control or Standard Operations.

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General Information

JIT Kaizen is an improvement technique designed to help minimise waste at your workplace - and within the production process itself. It gives you the means to assess how a process is currently organised and how you could improve it. It''s a crucial tool in reducing costs, improving quality and safety and enhancing productivity. The course is divided into five modules, which take you through a series of logical steps and show you the potential of the topic and how and where it can be applied.
Outline and Learning Objectives

On completion of this course you will be able to:
  • Understand the basic principles of JIT Kaizen
  • Explain the 7 types of waste
  • Understand the 1st steps in a JIT Kaizen approach
  • Be familiar with the 2nd and 3rd steps in JIT Kaizen
  • Understand how to manage the production process
  • Undertake a JIT Kaizen audit
Course Modules
  • An Introduction to JIT Kaizen
  • Reviewing/Understanding the 7 Wastes
  • Reviewing Current Practice
  • Managing the Production Process
  • Implementing JIT Kaizen

Previous Knowledge Required

If you need to improve your knowledge of continuous improvement, you may first wish to study other programmes available in the series such as Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA),, 7 Tools for Continuous Improvement, Kaizen, 5S Workplace Organisation, Skill Control or Standard Operations.
What''s Involved
Online
How Long Does It Take?
7 Hours
Course Level
Level 2

JIT Kaizen

Price on request