Kaizen Foundation Training
Kaizen is perhaps one of the most commonly used terms when it comes to process improvement methodologies. Kaizen is a Japanese term meaning “Change for the better” or “improvement”. It originates from two Japanese words – “kai” which means “change” or “to correct” and “zen” which means “good”. It is most commonly translated into English as “Continuous Improvement”. It works on the basis that nothing can ever become perfect, and there is always something that can be improved. It is used to bring about small, incremental improvements, which, if pursued for some time and in proper manner, compound to very significant results. It involves all the employees of the organization – from the top management as well as the bottom level.
Kaizen training is designed to help participants understand the basic principles of operational excellence, Kaizen tools, and techniques, as well as their practical application in the workplace. Kaizen tools seek to solve problems through scientific methods, based on teamwork. It is a daily improvement of all employees and all company operations.
Participants learn everything about Kaizen implementation. In Kaizen Training you will learn the methods and steps to successfully implement lean and change processes across the enterprise.
On completion, successful students will have the knowledge to:
- Learn how to overcome natural resistance to change and develop an attitude that is open to new ideas
- Get to know how to identify and measure waste
- Learn the Kaizen (continuous improvement) foundations
- Get to know Kaizen principles and tools for problem-solving and the improvement of processes
- Get to know successful Case Studies of implementing a Continuous Improvement Culture
This course is designed to impart professional level knowledge of the concepts related to quality system. The course contents will cover;
- Understand Kaizen principles and tools for problem-solving and process improvement
- Introduction to Kaizen and Kaizen Management System
- Paradigms and resistance to change
- Muda (waste) and Added Value
- 5S, Standardization and 3C
- Requirements and responsibilities of a – Kaizen manager
- Kaizen Audit (case study)
- Potential Analysis (SWOT)
- Development of a Kaizen strategy
- KAIZEN implementation program
- Training Material
- Course Certificate
- Lunch and refreshments
- Kaizen Coach
- Senior Managers
- Technical Experts
- Process Improvement Supervisors
- Persons responsible for the implementation of the Kaizen process
AQTS reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule the course and to change the course instructors. In the event of course cancellation, AQTS will not be responsible for airfare penalties or other travel related expenses that you may incur.
- If you need to cancel, we will refund your paid registration fee as noted below.
- Requests for cancellations/transfers received at least 5 business days before the start of the course receive a full refund/transfer.
- Requests received within 5 business days of the course start date will incur a $100 processing fee.
- After the course starts, there are no refunds or transfers.
- Registrants who fail to attend without advance notice are liable for the entire course fee.
If you cannot find a substitute, we can transfer your course fees to the same course in next offering.
A Certificate will be issued to attendees who participate in the entire course.
There are no prior knowledge requirements for this course; however, it may be beneficial for participants to have knowledge of Kaizen.
- Instructor led classroom training course.
- Classroom based training allows high level of instructor student interaction.
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- For group discount (3 or more) call 713-789-0885
- On-site training programs are the cost-effective way to train employees on your schedule.
- On-site training minimizes cost and ensures that the content is specific to your needs.
- For on-site course