On successful completion of this unit, learner will have the knowledge and skills in identifying potential failures in product and process designs and apply the various LEAN Techniques in their workplace so as to sustain value to the customer and productivity to the business.
The LEAN model is dramatically altering the face of manufacturing in the developed world. Inventories are dropping, lead times are shortening, quality is holding steady or increasing, and prices are falling. We expect this trend will follow in all other sectors, just as it has in manufacturing.
Organizations in the manufacturing, healthcare and service-based industries, as well as in higher education, will reap significant benefits from employees attending this programme. This course would be relevant to General Managers, Department Managers, Engineers, Officers/Executives, Supervisors, Technicians.
32 hours (4 days @ 8 hours per day including 3 hours of Summative Assessment)
Assumed Skills and Knowledge
Terminal Performance Objective
Medium of Instruction: English
Trainer : Trainee Ratio
1 : 20
All the Performance Statements, Underpinning Knowledge and Range of Application in the competency standard will be assessed. The assessment may consist of a combination of any of the following methods:
• Practical Performance
• Written Test
The learners would be assessed by independent trainers at the end of this course.
Elligible for SDF, WTS, and UTAP funding.
Terms and conditions apply.