By taking a close look at how work progresses through your company helps to identify areas for improvement. Adjusting the flow introduces predictability and eliminates chances of accumulating waste. Having “good” flow tends to mean work moves steadily and predictably, whereas, “bad” flow means the work starts and stops. When flow breaks down there is a higher chance of accumulating waste increase.
Bluewater Wood Alliance Lean Training Program
|Kick-Start 2 Day Assessment||A La Carte Training||Kickstart Training||Immersion Training|
|We focus on a map for your lean journey.||We focus on fixing your challenge.||We teach your people, and then get out of your way.||We’re moving in, and we will be there every step of the way!|
|Assess leadership and culture and leave you with a list of Lean improvements.
• Talk to all of your people
|Training starts with a 2-day assessment followed by 1 week-long onsite training.|
Includes week-long training focused on one of the following LEAN topics:
• Value Stream Mapping
• Plant Layout
|Training starts with a 2-day assessment followed by 15 days of onsite training. Includes fifteen days of training focused on implementing the following Lean topics:|
|Training starts with a 2-day assessment followed by 60 Days of onsite training.|
Includes everything but the kitchen sink!
Canadian Government’s Want to Help You – Canada Ontario Job Grant (“COJG”)
The Federal and Provincial governments have teamed up to help companies increase your employee’s capabilities. Companies with under 99 employees can apply for 83% of the training investment up to a maximum of $10,000 per person, per program, per year. Companies with over 100 employees can apply for 50% of the training investment up to a maximum of $10,000 per person, per program, per year. We can help you apply. To learn more contact: Tara Davey Program Administrator E: [email protected] P: 519-270-7141 or visit http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/eopg/cojg/