Course Yellow Belt in Lean - IIBLC® endorsement

Lean Manufacturing - IIBLC® - Courses and Master's

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Course Yellow Belt in Lean - IIBLC® endorsement

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Lean Manufacturing Yellow Belt certification passes on to participants the basic principles of Lean Thinking and Lean and also outlines the essential tools and practices to apply them within an organization to improve Customer satisfaction, increase the efficiency of service and reduce waste.

The Yellow Belt programme is therefore designed to impart a basic knowledge of Lean for the purpose of supporting an organization before and after it changes, and to make the benefits of the implementation of Lean sustainable.

It is a useful tool to approach Lean philosophy gradually. The subsequent Levels of Lean competence are Green Belt, Black Belt and Champion.

The course is available as both inter-company and In-house.

 

EXAMS

The exam is endorsed by IIBLC® and is made up of multiple choice questions. The candidate has 3 hours to complete the exam. A score of 70% is needed to pass the exam. The exam is carried out in English.

 

 
  • Teaching plan

    The study plan comprises the course structure and the programme specification. The  course is structured across 2 training days. Below is the main content.

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    COURSE STRUCTURE

     

    The course is divided into:

    • a classroom training phase
    • a final exam consisting of multiple choice questions in Italian

    As well as the teaching of theory, during the course there will be practical exercises in order to allow the immediate verification and application of Lean concepts introduced in the classroom.

    The teaching is entrusted to a Senior Champion certified Consultant: this ensures an extremely practical approach aimed at the result.

     

    DETAILED PROGRAMME

    Chapter 1: Introduction to Lean Manufacturing

    The origins of Lean Thinking. From Henry Ford, through TOC to Toyota.

    Chapter 2: The 5 step method 


    Value, value stream, flow, pull, perfection

    Chapter 3: Visual Management


    Chapter 4: Value stream

    Chapter 5: Kanban Management

    Chapter 6: Kaizen Events

     

    THE FIVE LEAN PRINCIPLES

    1) Mapping the value flow

    2) Added value

    3) Non added value

    4) Recognizing Muda (waste)

    5) Kaizen (continuous improvement)

  • Who is the course aimed at

    The course is directed at the following professional figures:

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    • Process engineers
    • Any organization that plans a Lean project of change and needs to bring awareness at all levels
    • Consultants
    • Managers or personnel that want to learn basic Lean knowledge
    • Production supervisors
    • Operators

     

  • Pricing and enrolment

    Participation fees vary depending on when you subscribe. Don’t miss out on the benefits we offer!

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    PARTICIPATION FEE


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    The fee includes:

    • Teaching
    • Enrolment to the Yellow Belt exam
    • Advance School material

     

    To enrol, send the registration form with the receipt of the bank transfer or a purchase order to the following Email: a.pfister@advanceschool.ch