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LEAN YELLOW BELT CERTIFICATION (C193-200306-DAM-YB)

March 06, 2020 8:00 AM EST to March 07, 2020 5:00 PM EST
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Residence Inn by Mariott
55 Courtneypark Drive West
Mississauga, ON L5W 0E3
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Lean, Agile, Scrum, and KanBan have similarities, and they all focus on engaging staff and motivating them to Challenge Status Quo. Most engaging Lean training in GTA where you will be able to go back to your childhood and learn through games, exercises, and videos.

 

28th “LEAN YELLOW BELT” CERTIFICATION – FOR ALL THE SECTORS

Presented by QCDMS Consultants

MARCH 06, 2020 & 07, 2020, 2 Saturdays, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (THURSDAY & FRIDAY)

Goal: Create Lean Leaders who can engage their teams to improve processes and the organization's bottom-line. Trainees will learn about "Lean Daily Management,” “Lean or Kaizen Event methodology,” and “Six Sigma- DMAIC or HONDA A3 Problem Solving thinking”.

Note: For Yellow Belt, you must complete some homework, an exam in the classroom, and no project or external test is required after the training.

The lean methodology relies on team-based problem solving or process improvements, to improve the organization’s performance, Through LEAN trainees will be able to remove WASTE OR reduce VARIATION in their processes. LEAN is Toyota Production System, and together with Motorola's Six Sigma, these certifications are in great demand in all the sectors, manufacturing, healthcare, service, and public service.

IMPORTANT – IF YOU WISH TO GO FURTHER TO “LEAN GREEN BELT,” AFTER REGISTERING FOR THESE 2 DAYS, PLEASE GO BACK TO PMI EVENT CALENDAR TO FIND GREEN BELT TRAINING REGISTRATION LINKS. PLEASE REGISTER FOR 3 ADDITIONAL DAYS OF GREEN BELT.

Note: For Green Belt, you will have to complete an open book exam and an improvement project (whether a Problem Solving or Process Improvement project) after the training to be certified as a Green Belt. Have a look at the Course Brochure...

Synopsis: Project Managers have to manage the Scope, Cost, Time, and Quality of their Projects (known as KPIs or Key Performance indicators). Waste, Inefficiencies, Roadblocks, and problems emerge daily that affect the projects. With the help of Lean and KanBan Thinking, PMs can create a robust structure of Daily Management, and they will be able to engage their staff by monitoring above KPIs and bring all the Waste to the surface. Once they find waste in the projects, they will be able to apply various Lean tools, principles, methodologies to remove them.

Requirements & Training Details:

No previous Lean training or experience is required. The trainer only wants you to bring one medium-size process from your existing or previous job. You are also welcome without a problem or a process as you will be able to work in groups on other trainee's processes. We have planned numerous group exercises in the classroom to engage you. You will be able to apply Lean principles, Lean philosophies, methodologies, and tools in your processes and through experiential exercises that we have designed for easy learning and faster adoption.

When March 06, 2020 & March 07, 2020, Friday and Saturday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM on both the days. Breakfast at 8:00 AM and training starts sharp at 8:30 AM.

Where: Residence Inn by Mariott, 55 Courtneypark Drive West, Mississauga, ON L5W 0E3

Who - Trainees from every sector are welcome, no previous experience with Lean is required (Open to All).

How much - $500 plus tax for the non-PMI members and $520 for PMI members. Fees include the cost of training material, templates, breakfast, lunch, and parking for both days. NO OTHER HIDDEN COSTS. IMPORTANT - This training comes with 30 days money-back guarantee.

Closing Date - 11:59 PM, Thursday, March 05, 2020

How - To earn your Lean Sigma Yellow Belt certification, you will have to complete the following:

1 - 4 hours of pre-work (trainer will send these 3 days ahead of the training)

2 - 8 hours of Day 1 training

3 - 8 hours of Day 2 training and a simple open book test

These 16 hours can be utilized as recertification units for your respective PMI members can apply for 24 PDUs, including homework hours. ASQ members can apply for 16 hours of classroom or 1.6 RUs.

Training Overview:

  • Lean Basics - History, 3 P's, Lean 9 Waste, Muda, Mura & Muri,
  • Lego Simulation (Round 1 and 2),
  • Lean Management and Philosophies- 5 Principles of Lean, House of Toyota (Standardization, JIT, Jidoka, Kaizen and Respect for People),
  • Basic Statistics (Measure of Central Tendency).
  • Introduction to Six Sigma- History, Basics, and Variation.
  • Difference between Lean and Six Sigma.
  • 7 QC Tools, also known as 7 Samurais - Pareto, Process Map, Fishbone, Check Sheet, Histogram, Control Chart, and Scatter Diagram.
  • Toyota or Honda A3 Problem Solving and similarities with Six Sigma DMAIC (Define – Measure - Analyze - Improve - Control) Cycle.
  • Lean or Kaizen Event Methodology applied to Trainee’s Processes
  • An Open book exam

Please book your seat before they are all gone.....

What part of the PM Talent Triangle is addressed during this presentation? Technical Project Management, Leadership, or Strategic and Business Management Expertise - Please see the highlights below.

Leadership – 6, Strategic and Business Management – 6 and Technical Project Management- 4

Also, Trainees will be eligible for 8 additional PDUs once they complete their homework, break up is as follows Leadership – 3, Strategic and Business Management – 3 and Technical Project Management - 2.

SPEAKERCHARANJIT SINGH (CJ) BAWA, PMP, BLACK BELT

Charanjit (CJ) is a passionate, results-driven professional and an enthusiastic public speaker. He has 24 plus years of experience in transforming numerous organizations. He gained Lean knowledge while working for HONDA, since then he has trained 8000 individuals, coached 150 project teams, from 60 different organizations, across all the sectors. He is a certified ADKAR Change management professional from Prosci, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt from ASQ, and a Project management professional from PMI. He believes that “people are limitless” if engaged positively and can do wonders. He regularly speaks at ASQ Toronto, ASQ Kitchener, PMI Lakeshore, soon for PMI Toronto, APICS Toronto, APICS London, CITT, Canadian Institute, and many other forums. 

Date

 March 06 & March 07 2020, Friday and Saturday. 

Schedule

 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M on both days. 
 Breakfast at 8:00 AM and training starts sharp at 8:30 AM.


Location

Residence Inn by Mariott, 55 Courtneypark Drive West, Mississauga, ON L5W 0E3

Parking

Free parking available

Cost

 
PMI Lakeshore Member
Non-Member/Others
Registration (pay online by credit card only)

$500.00+HST
$520.00+HST
Payment By Visa or MasterCard: Online payment prior to the registration deadline only. No credit card payment will be accepted at the door. Receipts are issued and e-mailed to you at time of payment. No walk-ins will be accepted.

Deadline and cancellation policy

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Registration deadline is 11:59 P.M. on Thursday, March 05, 2020.

Cancellation deadline is 11:59 P.M. on Thursday, March 05, 2020. You are required to notify the chapter by sending an e-mail message to [email protected] with your cancellation request. Cancellation before this deadline is subject to an administration fee equal to 6% of the amount billed rounded off to the nearest dollar.

If you cancel your registration after the deadline you will not receive any refund of the registration fees. It is also not possible to transfer your registration to another event if you are unable to attend the event you have registered for.

This event comes with a 30 day full money back guarantee. If you are not satisfied for any reason AND you have attended the full event simply send an email to  [email protected] with your cancellation request by cancellation deadline. The money back guarantee is only valid if you attend the entire event.

Program Number

C193-200306-DAM-YB

Leadership – 6, Strategic and Business Management – 6 and Technical Project Management - 4

Also, Trainees will be eligible for 8 additional PDUs once they complete their homework, break up is as follows Leadership – 3, Strategic and Business Management – 3 and Technical Project Management - 2.

CONTACT THE REGISTRATION DESK

If you have questions or comments on the event please contact the presenter, by email at [email protected].

Tickets

$500.00 PMI Lakeshore Chapter Members

$520.00 Guests & PMI Members & Other Associations