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LEAN MANUFACTURING TRAINING SERIES TO BE HELD AUSTRALIA WIDE

25-09-2015
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Is your company considering implementing lean manufacturing, or looking to take your operations to the next level?

Australian lean consulting company Shinka Management is currently running its Kaizen Foundation Series in five Australian cities from September through to December 2015.

The lean training courses provide a solid education on the fundamental lean manufacturing topics. The courses teach lean based on the Japanese approach, and go beyond theory, including practical learning activities and a strong focus on implementation, with many case studies from Japanese and Australian industry.

The trainers, who also run kaizen tours to Japan, were trained alongside Japan’s foremost lean experts and are fluent in the language and culture within which lean was developed.

The one-day training courses are run in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide, with Standard Work being covered in October and Visual Management the topic for November.

A two-day Lean Leadership Master Class is to be run early next year in conjunction with a veteran factory manager from Toyota Japan, as well as a one-day course on 5S.

Registration is open for the Standard Work and Visual Management training courses, with an early-bird registration fee of $395 per person for the one-day courses currently available.

For dates and registration, visit shinkamanagement.com/kaizen-training/ or contact Shinka Management at admin@shinkamanagement.com or on 0430 581 899.

 

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