All course dates and times stated are for current UK time
Delegates will, through the use of simulation techniques, extensive worksite study and classroom presentation, grasp the meaning of key elements of TPS and gain appreciation of its practical application.
In addition to the content of the 1.5 day workshop during the 2 day workshop we will focus on culture and behaviour making this course most relevant to Senior Managers and those responsible for leading Lean transformations.
Key Study Areas
- Toyota Philosophy & Basic Thinking
- Toyota Way Culture & Behaviours
- A Customer Driven Focus
- Continuous Improvement & 7 Wastes
- Shifting Sands or Solid Ground – Importance of Stability
- TPS Overview
- Continuous Flow process & Jidoka - Built in Quality
- Standardisation - The Foundation
- Production Planning & Pull System
- Hoshin Kanri & PDCA Model
- Human Resources for a Lean Environment
- Role of Senior Management
- Discussion with Senior Manager on the Gemba
Executive / Senior management & Lean transformation leaders.
Maximum of 18 delegates on each course.
Viewing Lean in action at our state of the art manufacturing facility in North Wales is an integral part of this course. This course is therefore only available at our Deeside Engine Plant.
We normally start day 1 at 09:00 but it's an early breakfast on day 2 so that you can arrive at 07:30 to meet a Toyota Senior Manager and see how they setup for success. Day 1 runs until 17:00 after which instructors will meet you at your hotel for a meal at 18:30. On day two you will finish at 16:00. Agendas can be modified to suit client requirements.
£980 +VAT per delegate.
"Great interaction and transparency of real time work place events / issues." - 26/11/19
"I learned so much. Thank you! Can't wait to get started." - 19/03/19
"It's a brilliant opportunity to see Lean culture in all aspects of the business." - 27/02/19
"These guys are passionate about lean, it's easy to see why Toyota are seen as world leaders." - 19/06/18
Courses can contain participants from several organisations. Conduct should be professional to ensure that all participants are able to enjoy the course.
Currently the wearing of face coverings is mandatory in all areas unless medically exempt. Guests who can not wear a mask will be asked to wear a visor.