Certified Lean Practitioner


November and December 2019 batch

5 Day Course

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Become a Certified Lean Master

Lean is the term used to describe the Toyota Production System (TPS) developed in the post World War II years. The concept started in a manufacturing environment, and gradually was applied to the whole company spectrum, including the supply chain, marketing, new product development and services.

A Certified Lean Master will be assigned in the highest management priorities, which is to maximize profitability and implement a culture of endless improvement. They are promoters of management change by demonstrating and implementing new processes. 

A Certified Lean Master:

  • Assess performance of key value streams in the organization

  • Train and lead Lean workshops for site leaders using Lean tools and simulations

  • Perform root cause analysis and eliminate wastes

  • Promote high standards by transforming the organizations to embrace a culture of endless improvement

Lean Mastery is approved for PDUs by PMI and HRCI

Eatimad Training Institute DMCC Certified Lean Practitioner program provides a tailored solution for a successful Lean Enterprise that fosters immediate and sustainable staggering results.      


Learning Outcome

  • Service flow improvement
  • Quality improvement
  • Reduced inventory
  • Safety improvement
  • Increased productivity
  • Lead time improvement
  • Employee retention
  • Cash flow improvement

Who Should Attend?

  • General Managers, Operations and Product Development Managers.
  • Industrial, Manufacturing and Continuous Improvement Engineers and Technicians.
  • Supply chain, Production, Purchasing and Logistics Professionals

Course Duration:

5 days in 2 sessions with 1 month in between sessions for project completion

Course Instructor

The instructor is the founder of Process Excellence Systems - Middle East Office -. She is a Certified Lean Master and is also a Master Six Sigma Black Belt (LSSBB) through the Villanova University in the United States. She is a lecturer and keynote speaker at several universities and conferences on subjects related to Process Excellence and Continuous Improvement in Healthcare and other industries. She is also the co-author of the “Roadmap for the Lean Hospital” with the principles of Leonardo Group Americas, her new partners