Course Overview

Are you the person who asks, "Is there a better way to do this?" Are you the person who refuses to accept "because that's the way we've always done it?" If this describes you, consider enrolling in Lean Principles. It doesn't matter if you work in healthcare, manufacturing, or another industry. Lean Process improvement will help you remove waste, streamline procedures, and increases your productivity. Instructor, Randy Simons is a Six Sigma Black Belt and trainer who uses Lean Principles daily. Under his guidance, you'll learn to improve processes using lean principles. When you eliminate waste, you spend more time doing things that make a difference. Enroll, and take the first step towards becoming a Lean Master. 

8 modules:

  1. Introduction to Lean/House of Lean
  2. Measurements and Scorecards
  3. Waste Identification and Elimination
  4. Process Flow & Mapping Techniques
  5. Process Flow & Mapping Techniques Pt.2
  6. Problem Solving
  7. Lean Leadership
  8. 5S and Course Wrap Up

What You'll Learn

  • Free your organization from wasteful processes
  • Streamline your personal workflow and increase your efficiency
  • Solve a current, work-related problem with Lean principles 

Who Should Attend

  • A manager responsible for overseeing operations of any kind
  • Small businesses and startups looking to create efficiencies in order to reduce operation costs
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In-Person Class
1:00PM to 4:00PM
Mar 08, 2023 to May 03, 2023
Contact Hours
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
Fee non-credit $1,450.00
Drop Request Deadline
Mar 05, 2023
Transfer Request Deadline
Mar 05, 2023

UNM Tuition Remission

UNM Staff, Faculty, and Retirees: This course is Tuition Remission eligible under Professional Development. For more information, visit the UNM Tuition Remission information page click here.

JTA Funding Opportunity

Full funding for this program is available through Job Training Albuquerque. To see if you qualify or to apply for JTA funding, click here or contact Allison Pendell Jones at CNMI, apendelljones@cnm.edu.

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