Local Enterprise Offices – Dublin
ETAC are delighted to work with the Local Enterprise Offices in Dublin to offer a programme which introduces Lean Thinking to businesses. Each local council – Dublin City, South Dublin, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown and Fingal will support businesses in their area to take part in any of the Lean programmes being run in Dublin.
Significant improvements in productivity and profitability can result from the application of LEAN principles in an organisation. The programme supports business owners and managers to apply LEAN methodologies in their businesses.
A 16 week programme involving 3 half-day classroom sessions followed by 5 onsite half-day mentor visits. This programme aims to introduce Lean business into any organisation through the delivery of process improvements.
The aim is to engage staff to deliver their solutions through the application of Lean Tools.
The Local Enterprise Offices recognise the importance of the development of management skills for people managing their own micro or small enterprises. It also recognises the very substantial improvements in productivity and profitability that can result from the application of LEAN principles in an organisation and aims to support managers in effectively embracing LEAN methodologies in their businesses.
- Businesses registered and operating in the Dublin City areas.
- Have less than 10 employees
- Businesses engaged in manufacturing
- Internationally traded services (details of overseas customers)
Innovative projects with export potential (this must be outlined in the application)
Who should attend?
The programme is aimed at owners/managers and key staff members of small businesses who wish to gain an introduction to lean concepts and allow them to gain a practical understanding of lean principles by undertaking a focused assignment with expert mentoring support.
“This course helped me to become customer focussed and to leverage the influence of others in developing solutions.” — Ian, Financial Controller
Skills I will learn
- Assess your organisation against the 5 principles and 10 wastes
- Define Project terms of reference
- How to run a Kaizen event
- The 8-step process improvement methodology
- The 5s approach to workplace organisation
- Define standard practice with Standard Work
in 2014 an independent review found that Irish businesses engaged in LEAN business programmes recorded significant gains:
- Productivity increase of 20%
- Sales increase of 40%
- Delivery adherence up 43%
- Product & Service quality up 30%
- Employment increased up 11%
Outline: Lean Business training course
- Pre-programme preparation: Basic Project Charter
- Classroom Half Day 1: Lean Principles – The 10 wastes – Business Simulation
- Classroom Half Day 2: 8-step problem-solving – Kaizen
- Classroom Half Day 3: 5S workplace organisation, Standard Work
- Mentor Session 1: Project Charter & Supporting Data
- Mentor Session 2: Kaizen & Countermeasures
- Mentor Session 3: Lean Tools implementation
- Mentor Session 4: 5s, Standard Work implementation
- Mentor Session 5: Evaluation & Project Presentations (LeanStart report)
3 half-day classroom sessions.
5 x half-day onsite mentor visits
Programme duration is over 16 weeks
Lean for Micro Dublin is very heavily subsidised.
The cost of the programme to your business is only €500
Further details and dates
ETAC have been helping clients to introduce lean techniques through training and consultancy since 2006. Our team are highly qualified and bring a wealth of practical business experience to each programme.
ETAC have been providing Lean consultancy and training over the past 12 years to Irish businesses.
Sample SME clients that we have worked with:
There are significant supports available for both Enterprise Ireland and IDA clients. Click here to read more: https://etacsolutions.com/lean-six-sigma-training/enterprise-ireland/
Phone: 01 6856535
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