Manufacturing II Implementing Lean Training
|Length||8 Half Days | Course Outline|
|When is this Class?||To Be Determined / Available Onsite|
|Registration||This course is not on our current schedule. To schedule a training session with JDEtips or to find out more information, email Lori.Stone at JDEtips dot com.|
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|Objectives||After attending this course, students will know how to apply Lean Principles to all aspects of their company and their JD Edwards system. Students will gain an understanding of key lean principles that can be applied to JD Edwards, including: continuous system improvement, waste elimination/removing all activities that do not add value, perfect first-time quality, and demand pull.|
|Who Should Attend||
New users of (and IT staff responsible for supporting) JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing II, including:
Senior Management such as C-level executives, Vice-Presidents, Directors. Operations Managers and above. Controllers, Production Control/Materials Managers and above, and Application Managers and above.
Also beneficial for other staff with an interest in running lean such as planners, shop floor managers, etc.
Classroom: Group-Live, Instructor-led classroom training with hands-on exercises and one workstation per student.
Group Internet-Based: Attend virtually from the comfort of your own location. Details
|Prerequisites||Basic knowledge of JD Edwards E1 Navigation and Common Foundation.|
|Advanced Preparation||Virtual environment system connection test of approximately 10 minutes. Detailed instructions included as part of the registration process.|
(for CPE credit only, NASBA field of study is Computer Software & Applications)
|Private Onsite Training||Host this course at your company as Private Onsite Training.|
|For more information regarding registration, administration, or concerns, please contact Lori Stone, Training Administrator, at 1.877.832.2594 ext 150 or Lori.Stone at JDEtips dot com.|
JDEtips, Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.
After attending this course, students will know how to apply Lean Principles to all aspects of their company and their JD Edwards system. Students will gain an understanding of key lean principles that can be applied to JD Edwards, including: continuous system improvement, waste elimination/removing all activities that do not add value, perfect first-time quality, and demand pull.
"The Instructor was very knowledgeable on the course topics and always provided sound answers to all questions asked. Additionally, his manner of presentation had a nice mix of humor which kept the atmosphere enjoyable."