- Process Mapping
- Standard Work
- The Five “Whys”
- Fishbone Diagrams
- Common vs Special Cause Variation
- Error Proofing
- Control Charts
- Measurement Studies
- And more
**This is a recording of a course that was presented as a live webinar in three 2-hour sessions.
NWETC recommends that anyone purchasing this course also purchase Course 1: Lean and Six Sigma for Environmental Professionals: Introduction to Process Improvement. When enrolling in both courses together, an automatic $50 Series Discount will be applied.
This six-hour webinar builds on concepts introduced in Course 1: Lean and Six Sigma for Environmental Professionals: Introduction to Process Improvement.
In these sessions, details about the most common process improvement tools and techniques will be reviewed. Specific techniques include: 5S, process mapping, kanban, standard work, the 5 Whys, fishbone diagrams, histograms, common vs. special cause variation, error proofing, control charts, measurement studies, and more.
After completing this course, attendees will be able to begin to evaluate which tools may be right to help their organization improve processes and increase efficiency and sustainability.
It is recommended that attendees to this webinar purchase "Lean and Six Sigma for Environmental Professionals: Introduction to Process improvement (Course 1)"
Attendees will receive an electronic copy (PDF) of course materials and 3 .mp4 audio/video files of the 3 webinar sessions.
Government agency personnel, city/state/municipal managers, contractors engaged in work with agencies, environmental engineers and managers, or anyone who is interested in learning techniques to improve efficiency and processes
Attendees should have a reliable internet connection and if desired, headphones/headset. Content download will be accessible after payment is received.
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