Introduction to Lean Manufacturing Fo u n d at i o n Sk i l l s Introduction to Lean Manufacturing explores the principles and techniques involved in lean manufacturing. Topics include waste definition and minimization, process enhancement, workplace design, and problem solving techniques. This course engages students by means of compelling online curriculum with relevant projects that include: a comprehensive overview of lean manufacturing concepts and techniques. simulated scenarios and multi-level activities that demonstrate the implementation of lean principles.
Virtual Course Introduction to Lean Manufacturing includes everything you need for successful blended learning. Through LearnMate®, essential resources are provided for both students and teachers.
a capstone project that challenges students to apply lean manufacturing principles. For students on a career track in mechatronics, automation and advanced manufacturing, Introduction to Lean Manufacturing serves as an excellent launching pad for more in-depth courses. p
Students are always one click away from help files and audio available on each page. Teachers have instant access to handouts, tips and detailed activity instructions. Introduction to Lean Manufacturing is ideal for foundations, engineering, mechatronics, industrial maintenence or automated manufacturing programs, providing a thorough and engaging element of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education.
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Introduction to Lean Manufacturing Specifications Order # 16-3109 LearnMate® E-Learning Content: Introduction to Lean Manufacturing
Course Outline (Lab and Virtual) Lesson 1: Definition Lean Manufacturing
F oundations P rogram Success in today’s workforce requires more than just technical skills. intelitek’s Foundation Skills courses provide job-ready skills for lifelong success.. Employers in all sectors, from traditional manufacturing to emerging industries, need qualified workers to meet the increasing demands of a changing world. The shortage of qualified workers with basic skills is felt whether searching for highly-skilled candidates or entry-level candidates. The Foundation Skills
Lesson 2: Understanding Waste
Program provides an effective solution to this critical need.
Lesson 3: Designing the Manufacturing Workplace
The Foundation Skills Program is the ideal solution for career and technical
Lesson 4: Designing Lean Production Processes (1) – Concept Lesson 5: Designing Lean Production Processes (2) – Method Lesson 6: Designing a Lean Production Scheduling System Lesson 7: Problem Solving Tools
education (CTE) programs in high school and community colleges, 2 plus 2 programs, post-secondary institutions and workforce training programs. Foundation Skills courses deliver essential skills for technical careers, along with 21st Century skills like critical thinking, problem solving and collaboration skills. By including 21st Century skills education, learners obtain communication skills, work ethics and career focus that lead to personal growth and success in the work environment. This unique combination addresses the need for employees to possess essential personal, social and leadership skills in addition to technical and academic training. Employers value workers with these vital skills. The Foundation Skills Program equips learners with workforce-ready skills - the foundation for success in tomorrow’s careers!
Foundations Program courses include: Employability Industrial Safety: Lockout/Tagout Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing Introduction to Lean Manufacturing Mathematics for Technicians 1 & 2
Blueprint Reading Lubrication for Technicians Mechanical Measurement and Quality Control Mechanical Fasteners Hand Tools & Power Tools
Make Introduction to Lean Manufacturing part of a comprehensive STEM program! Foundations Program courses are an excellent launching point for more in-depth programs in engineering, mechatronics, automation, advanced manufacturing and more!
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Published on Oct 26, 2011