ONLINE LEARNING

Skills to be applied: OEE, Gemba,
Lean Manufacturing, Applied Statistics


OVERVIEW ONLINE COURSES

We convey content from our methodological expertise with practical tips from our implementation experience in the consulting business. Most modules are part of courses in order to practice and supervise the practical application. Are you interested in a specific topic? We are happy to give you access or further information.

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INSIGHTS INTO OUR ONLINE COURSES

Here is a selection of our courses. These are courses you can currently either take free of charge or we provide an insight into content, and you can get an idea of our teaching style.

Try our Process Mapping Online Course

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PROCESS MAPPING

Process Mapping is one of the most practical tools to quickly bring transparency into problems or to plan new processes. Learn to select the right technique and to apply it.

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    For whom?

    • Production Leads & Experts
    • Quality Experts
    • Continuous Improvement Experts
    • Operational Excellence Practitioners
    • Facilitators

    Topics

    • Understand Value in products from customer perspective
    • Analyze wastes in processes
    • Plan Lean processes
    • See the connection of Value in products and Waste in processes
    • Get to know the 8 Types of Waste
    • Understand how process waste leads to even more process waste
    • Get familiar with the root causes of Waste

    Try our Lean Six Sigma Basics Online Course

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    LEAN SIX SIGMA BASICS

    Get a basic understanding and general insights into the fundamentals of process improvement.

     

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    For whom?

    • Operations Leaders & Experts
    • Quality Experts
    • Continuous Improvement Leaders and Team Members

    Topics

    • Value to the Customer
    • Value Stream Maps
    • Metrics like TAKT, Lead Time and Cycle Time
    • Flow with Pull or Push
    • Production System
    • Lean Leadership
    • Variation
    • Y=f(x) thinking
    • Graphical Tools

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    UNDERSTAND & CALCULATE OEE

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    OVERALL EQUIPMENT EFFECTIVENESS

    Many companies use OEE as an indicator for the degree of utilization of their facilities or equipment. In principle, the calculation is not difficult, but there are so many possibilities to make mistakes. In practice, the wrong behavior is being triggered if one fails to consider all the details correctly. In our training we offer basic understanding, guidance and practical tips & tricks for the calculation.

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      For whom:

      • Process engineer
      • Site head, head of production
      • Team leads and
      • Qualified employees who need to work with OEE
      • Maintenance experts
      • Process improvement experts

      Content:

      • Fields of application for OEE
      • What does OEE show us?
      • Calculating OEE
      • Which factors of OEE to tackle how?
      • Short-cut to quickly calculate OEE and cross check data
      • When to work with OEE 1 and when to work with OEE 2?

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