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Lean Green belt

RESULT

You have acquired knowledge and skills to solve a problem structured.
For this purpose, you are able to:
- converse a perception in the real problem 
- carry out an analysis of the root causes 
- think of ideas to eliminate root causes 
- implement ideas and ensure that this cause does not come back 
- provide insight in a process chain and identify where the chain can be improved
For this you know: 
- A number of Lean tools / techniques to use in solving a problem

CONTENT

Lean theory, interspersed with exercises. The theory includes among others: Kaizen, VSM, 5S and various elements to bring people into the change. Between the training days there are three practical assignments which you have to complete (expected effort: 24 hours).
The course ends with an exam. If you succeed you will receive the Lean competence center certificate: Green belt.
Lean theory, interspersed with exercises. The theory includes among others: Kaizen, VSM, 5S and various elements to bring people into the change. Between the training days there are three practical assignments which you have to complete (expected effort: 24 hours).

  • Course code

    LE-1903

  • Programme is for

    For employees and PhD students who are interested in the Green or Yellow belt course. If you want to participate in the Green or Yellow belt training, you want to support improvements in the UT organization and you also have the time / space available to do this (approximately 200 hours per year).

  • ECTS

    Total 2 ECTS.

  • Date

    Monday 1 April 
    Tuesday 23 April
    Friday 10 May 
    Friday 7 June 
    Friday 5 July 
    9.00-17.00
    Exam Green belt: Monday 15 July, 14.00-16.00 

  • Time

    5 training days 
    3 practical assignments (estimate 24 hours) 
    Assignment presentation and exam: 4 hours 

  • Location

    U-parkhotel

  • Course fee

    This training will be paid from central funds. However, you do need permission from your head of department.

  • Maximum participants

    Minimum 8 and maximum 15 participants

  • Trainers

    José Franken, program coordinator Lean

  • Course materials

    Course materials are on the UT website Lean.

  • Requirements

    You have already participated in the UT-simulation game.
    You have an agreement that you may accompany improvements in the organization after attending the training.

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Lean Green belt
April 2019
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