The Welsh Government’s Supplier Development Service are organising Lean Construction Workshops for large and small companies in Mid Wales; as many have expressed an interest in gaining a better understanding of lean and how it applies to their own business.
By adopting a lean thinking approach and rigorously applying tools and techniques, companies are able to deliver enhanced value to their customer’s whilst at the same time removing waste from their processes, increasing productivity, reducing defects and improving the performance of their supply chains. Lean thinking is looking to make our industry safer, faster, cheaper, better and more sustainable.
The interactive workshop will demonstrate in a practical way the basic principles of lean thinking, how it can be applied in construction and maintenance activities and will provide some case studies of companies large and small that have successfully implemented projects.
The workshops will be delivered by Steve Ward of 6ix Consulting Ltd who is one of the UK’s leading practitioners in Lean Construction.
The agenda is as follows:-
1pm – Lunch and Registrations
1.30 – Introductions
1.50 – Simulation R1
2.30 – Post Contract Review
2.40 – Intro into Lean Thinking
3.15 – Break
3.30 – Case Studies
4.00 – Simulation R2
4.30 – Discussion and Follow Up Actions
5pm – Close
8.30 – Registrations and Coffee
9.00 – Introductions
9.20 – Simulation R1
9.50 – PCR
10.00 – Intro into Lean Thinking
10.35 – Break
10.50 – Case Studies
11.30 – Simulation R2
12.00 – Discussion
12.30 – Lunch
1pm - Close
Places are in short supply so book early to avoid disappointment. To book a place please contact Eirian Davies on 01970 636280 or firstname.lastname@example.org