Introduction to Lean Manufacturing explores the principles and techniques involved in lean manufacturing. Topics include waste definition and minimization, process enhancement, workplace design, and problem solving techniques.
This course engages students by means of compelling online curriculum with relevant projects that include:
For students on a career track in mechatronics, automation and advanced manufacturing, Introduction to Lean Manufacturing serves as an excellent launching pad for more in-depth courses.
Introduction to Lean Manufacturing includes everything you need for successful blended learning.
Through LearnMate®, essential resources are provided for both students and teachers. Students are always one click away from help files and audio available on each page. Teachers have instant access to handouts, tips and detailed activity instructions.
Introduction to Lean Manufacturing is ideal for foundations, engineering, mechatronics, industrial maintenence or automated manufacturing programs, providing a thorough and engaging element of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education.
Introduction to Lean Manufacturing is part of the Foundations Skills Program, which teaches the introductory skills essential for success in advanced manufacturing careers.
Foundations Skills courses are ideal for any engineering or automated manufacturing program, providing a thorough and engaging element of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education.
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The online training can be used individually to augment an existing curriculum program or as a series to provide students fundamental and broad understanding of the manufacturing world.