Introduction to Lean

The 2 Day Introduction to Lean programme is a very effective means of introducing Lean throughout an organisation to as many staff as possible, ensuring the organisation has the best possible chance of creating a Lean environment and culture instead of just a few select staff being responsible for identifying and removing waste and making improvements.

The programme is completed with 2 full days training onsite and provides candidates with an introduction to what Lean is, why it’s important and how they can go about assisting the business with its Continuous Improvement initiatives, covering core Lean methodologies Kaizen, 5S, Flow Process Analysis, Visual Management Systems, Statutory Regulations, Problem Solving Techniques and Effective Team Working.

Upon completion of the programme candidates receive a nationally recognised qualification accredited with EAL. Post completion the Business Improvement Techniques (BIT) Apprenticeship is a natural progression route for candidates who have embraced the programme.

  • Kautex Textron CVS Testimonial

    We are extremely happy with Track Training’s on-going commitment to delivery, embedding learning and achieving a positive impact on business result. I would not hesitate to recommend Track Training to any organisation looking to improve their operational performance and increase profitability”.       

    Mr Jonathan Jones, Plant Manager, Kautex Textron CVS

  • LG Harris Testimonial

    Overall we have found the approach used by Track Training to be very professional. The advice and guidance provided on Government funding has proven to be invaluable to the business. We have found the trainers to be personable and they relate well with all employees. We remain confident that the outcome of the training will be both of benefit to the employees and ultimately of benefit to the competitiveness of the business. We would have no hesitation in recommending Track Training to other employers wishing to offer nationally recognised vocational qualifications to their employees”.       

    Keith Westwood, Operations Director, LG Harris