Ratchet Up Performance

This section contains in company "live on line" awareness sessions and 2 to 3 day "how to" training courses for those meeting the challenge of improving performance and productivity.

Each course includes the use of learning plans, case studies, assessment frameworks and action planning activities to support personal development, gap analysis and the transfer of lessons learned back to the workplace.

Lean Office Green Belt Training

Dates: In House Training Workshop
Location: In house
Cost: £1150.00 + VAT - 2nd delegate half price

The gains from systematic improvement of these processes can be easily quantified in terms of improved transaction speed, productivity and customer service. Lead time reductions of 70% are not uncommon when business processes are reviewed for the first time.

Workshop Goals are:

  • Learn how to apply Lean principles to business processes to improve the value added to internal and external customers.
  • Understand how to identify, prioritise and mobilise improvements that target business wide priorities derived from Business strategy.
  • Know how to engage office team experience in improving process resilience and deliver better value for the customer.
  • Be able to develop realistic and achievable improvement plans to systematically deal with the contributors to the recurring problem, evolve a Lean culture and develop innovation systems, improve collaboration with internal and external customers/suppliers to improve workflow, improve the visibility of workflow tracking..

Lean Green "Saving More By Using Less"

Dates: In house training workshop
Location: Your Plant
Cost: Call 01491 845504

Learn from a 3-year project applying a systematic Lean approach to material, energy and process wastes that delivered a payback on environmental projects of around 5-times that of traditional technology-led approach. Understand how to define a "Green" agenda with the potential to refresh and accelerate the gains from exisitng TPM, Lean and Six Sigma programmes.

Learning goals are to provide:-

  • How a targeted manufacturing cell level approach can reduce resource use by 30% to 50% and has the potential to reduce the cell mass and energy flows by 5-10%
  • How to plan and deliver a Lean and Green kaizen
  • How to engage the workforce with continuous Lean and Green thinking
  • The route map to deployment of Lean and Green to progress towards the zero-waste factory.