The Lean Workshop Group - how Lean is your operation?
06 April 2016
The Lean Workshop Group can provide answers and improve operation’s efficiency with their day long hands on training sessions, all free of charge.
What is the Lean Workshop Group?
The Lean Workshop Group is not a newcomer to the industrial training scene – it was set up over five years ago by a small group of manufacturers from a wide range of disciplines, each of which are specialists in the delivery of “lean” techniques and hardware to the manufacturing, logistics and service sectors.
They are Bosch Rexroth, Spitfire Consultancy & Training, SICK UK, K. Hartwall, Orgatex, Bosch Power Tools, iCart, Hurst Green Plastics and Werma UK.
How can the Lean Workshop Group help you and your organisation?
Training events take place approximately four times per year in different locations around the country and are advertised well in advance of each event so that people interested in attending can apply for a place. Attending the one day session is free and attracts a wide spread of attendees from all disciplines in a company operation – production line staff, logistics, quality, engineering, senior management to name but a few.
Delegates get “hands on”
During the day the delegates will participate in manning the production cell and assembling products under the supervision and guidance of Workshop group members. The cell embodies the latest developments in Lean manufacturing technology and delegates will be able to manufacture real products on the line. These are produced in a wide range of variants to show how effectively lean manufacturing handles present-day requirements for production and delivery.
This part of the day allows the delegate to learn about the actual application of Lean within manufacturing, logistics and many other product or service delivery processes, it will seek to prove that Lean methodologies can be used in any industry or service sector.
For more information on The Lean Workshop Group go to www.leanworkshopgroup.com.
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