In this set you will find 7 courses that will increase your knowledge of processes - their mapping and optimization - significantly. You will learn how to set working hours, work standards and constraints associated with different levels of design.
In addition, you will learn what computer simulation is, what opportunities it creates and what benefits it brings at the design stage and beyond.
Language: English, Polish
Duration of training: 4 hours 38 minutes for learning + 2 hours 20 minutes for solving tests
The course is an introduction to the concept of Lean Management - the Japanese management philosophy. During the course you will learn about the Toyota Production System - its pillars, foundations and people. Find out how to reduce costs in your company. Learn about optimization techniques and tools that will help to reduce waste. This course includes: 30 min of learning + 20 min for solving tests
Proper design and modernisation of facilities ensures the physical ability to generate added value and eliminate waste. In this course you will learn about the principles of layout design and design levels of production halls. You will also learn what a computer simulation is, what opportunities it creates, what benefits it brings at the design stage, and much more. This course includes: 24 min of learning + 20 min for solving tests
In this course, we answer the question of what working time standardization is about, while you learn about the methods of standardization. You will also find out how to measure working time. After watching this course you will be acquainted with two standardization methods - summary & analytical ones. You will also learn how to create standards using methods of measuring working time. This course includes: 43 min of learning + 20 min for solving tests
This training module presents the main goals and methods of mapping processes. Methods such as flow analysis and VSM (Value Stream Mapping) are discussed in detail along with specific examples to help you understand the idea of using the mentioned tools and to see their effectiveness. This course includes: 1 hrs 35 min of learning + 20 min for solving tests
This module is devoted to the methodology of identifying the most important limiting factor: the Theory of Constraints. In this course you will learn what the Theory of Constraints is and when to use it. You will also learn the Drum-Buffer-Rope method and the 5 steps to identify and eliminate constraints. You will also learn what the Theory of Constraints has in common with Lean Manufacturing and how to combine the two approaches to achieve measurable benefits in an organization. Duration of training: 39 minutes for learning + 20 minutes for solving tests
The module is devoted to broadly understood standardization. In the course you will find out what benefits standardization brings to an organization and the consequences of a lack of commonly applicable standards. In addition, you will learn how to implement standardized work, what elements it consists of, and how to verify the current standards. Duration of training: 21 minutes for learning + 20 minutes for solving tests
In this training module the scope, application, and objectives of ergonomic diagnosis are discussed. In addition, methods of diagnosing work are presented and the normalization of working time by means of elementary movements is discussed. You will also learn about the benefits of implementing elementary movement methods. Duration of training: 27 minutes for learning + 20 minutes for solving tests