CPDEquivalent to 7 hours
CERTIFICATESAll delegates will receive a certificate on completion.
This 1-day course explains how removing ‘wastes’, such as unnecessary inventory, movement and over-processing, can greatly improve efficiency in processes and tasks. It further explores how one’s contribution towards maintaining a 5S approach can help others improve their own efficiency, supporting the increased competitiveness of their organisation.
On completion of the course students will understand the concepts, application and benefits of the 5S toolset, and why it is one of the easiest first steps to establishing a Lean culture.
All delegates receive a certificate on completion of the course.
- 5S introduction and background
- the 7 wastes
- how 5S assists the Kaizen approach for continual improvement
- visual management and standard practice
- Poka Yoke
- red tagging
- 5S system implementation and teamwork
- 5S maintenance
- the sixth ‘S’ (safety)
- an understanding of all types of waste that occur when carrying out tasks
- the knowledge and skills to implement and use a 5S approach to reduce these wastes
- the ability to use a 5S system as a first step to establishing a Lean culture within an organisation
All delegates will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Course dates and venues
If you are already working with Lean methodologies and tools, or are planning to implement Lean in your organisation, you may find 5S a helpful extension to your skills.
5S looks at how unnecessary processing, inventory and other barriers to efficiency – known as ‘wastes’ – can be taken out to help an organisation become more efficient. It also helps individuals support others in driving a 5S approach.
Yes, you will be sent a certificate of attendance after course completion, providing evidence of your new skills attainment. The certificate is a valuable enhancement to your CV and LinkedIn profile, as well as a useful document to share with colleagues.
The 1-day course is equivalent to 7 hours CPD.
Kaizen is an approach that focuses on culture and philosophy to help build an environment of continuing improvement. If you think you would like to learn about Kaizen as well as 5S, then our Kaizen and 5S training course may be the right choice for you.
You could also take a look at the Value Stream Mapping training, which shows you how to visualise processes across the value chain to highlight where improvements can be made.
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