Standardised Work Course Online is one of the most powerful but least used lean tools. By documenting the current best practice, standardised work forms the baseline for kaizen or continuous improvement. As the standard is improved, the new standard becomes the baseline for further improvements, and so on. Improving standardised work is a never-ending process.
Is this course accredited and recognised?
Yes, this course is fully approved by CPD. Employers universally accept this qualification. You will be able to instantly download and print your certificate as soon as you successfully complete the course.
How long will this course take me?
Roughly 1 -2 hours. But you don’t have to do it all in one go.
Who should take this course?
Anyone who wants to improve how they think and learn. There are no entry requirements.
What happens if I don’t pass?
If you don’t pass, we give you your money back. You may attempt the test three times at no extra cost. If you do not achieve the 80% pass mark, further attempts may be given by contacting our support team.
We build our courses so that you’re able to better retain what you learn. This course is divided into easy to follow interactive modules and includes a multiple-choice test at the end. The Standardised Work course demonstrates how:
✔️Takt time, which is the rate at which products must be made in a process to meet customer demand.
✔️The precise work sequence in which an operator performs tasks within takt time.
✔️The standard inventory, including units in machines, is required to keep the process operating smoothly.
Aims of the Training Course
By the end of this course, you will realise the benefits of Standardised work, such as:
- Removal of wasteful work practices
- Quicker training of new colleagues
- Consistent workforce performance
- Reduction of errors/mistakes
Test and certificate
The end of course test consists of 10 multiple-choice questions. Learners are required to achieve an 80% pass mark. You’ll be able to download a digital certificate on completion. This can be printed, and we suggest you keep it for your records.