Certified Lean Master - Boulder

September 13, 2017
8:30 AM MDT to 5:00 PM MST
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NITA: National Institute for Trial Advocacy
1685 38th St - Ste 200
Boulder, CO 80301
http://www.nita.org
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The Certified Lean Master program provides a complete package of education, application, and coaching for those seeking to create a sustainable organization.

Participants in the program:

  • Attend three educational sessions of three days each with a four week break between sessions.
  • Work on a lean project to improve one value stream at their organization, create quantifiable improvements, and begin seeing immediate results.
  • Receive coaching from their instructors at every step along the journey.
  • Take a certification exam and have the opportunity to earn personal recognition as a Certified Lean Master.

 

The dates for the educational sessions:

  • Session A: September 13 to 15, 2017
  • Session B: October 11 to 13, 2017
  • Session C: November 8 to 10, 2017

 

All days run 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

"Don't miss this course. The CLM training is excellent, and the business results real and measurable. We have already realized significant improvements in our operations in just a few short months." - Jodi Lynn Walsh, Lexmark International

Three sessions of three days equals nine days of instruction:

  • Session A: Crafting a lean initiative and value stream mapping.
  • Session B: Creating flow and leveraging pull.
  • Session C: Sustainable lean organizations and the CLM exam.

 

Details:

Session A: Crafting a lean project, developing a charter, and mapping the current state.

  • Current Status
  • Specify Value
  • Lean Simulation One
  • Value Streams
  • Your Value Streams
  • Seven Types of Waste
  • Current State Mapping
  • Cultural Transformation
  • Lean Simulation Two
  • Project Charter
  • Project Planning

Participants leave with an initial project charter and a 30-day plan of attack.

Session B: Creating flow, leveraging pull, and mapping the future state.

  • Progress Update
  • The 5S System
  • Plan Do Check Act
  • Sustainable Organizations
  • Balanced Flow
  • Equipment Effectiveness
  • Changeover Reduction
  • People Effectiveness
  • Quality at the Source
  • Six Sigma
  • Kaizen Blitz Events
  • Future State Mapping
  • Project Planning

Participants leave with a new 30-day plan of attack.

Session C: Closing the gap, seeking perfection, and the CLM exam.

  • Progress Update
  • Assessments
  • Product Development
  • Measurements
  • Supply Chain Alignment
  • Seeking Perfection
  • Maintaining Momentum
  • Prepare for Exam
  • CLM Exam

Participants leave with an updated project plan for completing their lean project.

Support

Support: Participants will have telephone and email support between sessions to discuss progress and alternatives for meeting the milestones in their project plan.

“Excellent course! It's provided a strong start to our lean implementation and provided a common language and framework for our team which comes from diverse backgrounds. It was well worth the investment.” - Scott Denning, SVP of Operations, StrionAir

Workforce Funding: If you are unemployed, check with your workforce advisor about funding for this course. Lean is the number one improvement program in the world. A number of unemployed professionals have benefited from taking this program.

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Tickets

$3,750.00 Guest
$3,375.00 Earlybird rate before August 30

$3,750.00 APICS Member
$3,375.00 Earlybird rate before August 30

$3,750.00 Workforce Funded
$3,375.00 Earlybird rate before August 30