Certified Lean Practitioner
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.
- 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
5 days in 2 sessions with 1 month in between sessions for project completion
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