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Welcome to Lean E-Learning Certification



Why Lean Online Courses?


  • Get Cheaper, faster, Better and Safer  production results
  • Get Plant Housekeeping/ Cleanliness/ Hygiene
  • Get on time delivery
  • Get Enhanced confidence from the Customer esp. while taking plant round
  • Get Competent team members
  • Get base ready to implement Lean/ TPM
  • Get better Discipline and Culture/ Morale


  • Get Knowledge
  • Get Certified (QCI Accredited)
  • Get Noticed
  • Get Respect
  • Get Promoted
  • Get preference in Interviews
  • Get Enhanced Remuneration


  • QCI Accredited Courses:  One can find many online courses, but difficulty is finding the accredited courses, that too by a non profit and reputed accrediting body like QCI. Our courses have this unique feature.
  • Flexible Timings: One can choose convenient time including nights at times for learning these courses, unlike the class room courses. Also hassle of going to classrooms is avoided.
  • Self paced e-learning courses: One can choose One's own speed to learn, unlike the classrooms where everybody has to get aligned with the pace of the delivery of the trainer.
  • Cost Effective: The e-learning courses are cost effective for both users and course providers as it saves the expenses of Classrooms accommodations, Stationary, traveling fare etc.


What is Lean Management System?

The Literal meaning of the lean is “Slim”. When the Toyota production system was studied and found that this is a system where, every resource used is least and output is more from all aspects, therefore it was coined as “Lean Manufacturing System”.

  • Fewer Resources include: Labor, Space, Material, Energy, Working Capital, Capex like machines.
  • More outputs include: Productivity, flow, speed, quality, material yield, high customer satisfaction, high morale of the people, higher compliance of safety standards etc.
How this happens, is explained by the fact that the non value added, and value added efforts are clearly identified and non value added activities or the wastes are eliminated on a continual basis. Non value added activities means, customer is not ready to pay money for such activities, or features of the product.
Summarily, Lean Management is constant pursuit of eliminating the wastes from the chain of the processes to provide the right product at right time and right price to the customer.
Generally the 8 shop floor wastes those need to be eliminated in manufacturing sector are:
  1. Defect
  2. Over production
  3. Waiting
  4. Non used brain of people
  5. Transportation
  6. Inventory
  7. Motion
  8. Excess Processing
However we address following two additional wastes:
     9. Lack of focus/ commitment

     10. Excess Energy Consumption

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