Bangladesh - Japan Training Institute, Bangladesh-Japan Training Institute (BJTI), Room # 7, 7th Floor, Eastern Plaza, Sonargaon Road, Hatirpool, Dhaka-1205, Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Toyota Production System
BANGLADESH-JAPAN TRAINING INSTITUTE (BJTI) is going to organize an #Online #INTERNATIONAL #Training on "Toyota Production System"
Dr. R. Balakrishnan (From India), Consultant – Workplace Improvement Practices & Program Director – ABK-AOTS DOSOKAI, Tamilnadu Centre, India
Dr. R. Balakrishnan was a participant in the AOTS Technical program at the Nissan Motor Co. Yokohama in 1990-91. Again he was a participant in the AOTS Management program for Indian entrepreneur’s development at Yokohama Kenshu Centre in 1995. Also he was a participant in the AOTS Management program for Asian countries ‘Workplace Improvement Program for Asian Countries’ at Kansai Kenshu Centre, Osaka in 2005. He attended the ‘Intensive Program for Quality Problem Solving’ for developing countries at Tokyo Kenshu Centre, Japan in 2009.
Expert in implementing Japanese Management Practices such as:
1) ‘War on Waste’ (waste reduction practices)
2) Zero Breakdown, Zero Losses and Zero Defects in the equipment / machines (TPM-Total Productive Maintenance).
3) Daily Work Management practices, CFT (Cross Functional Management), SIT (Supervisory Improvement Team), SGA (Small Group Activity), Visual Management Practices (TQM – Total Quality Management).
4) SPC Tools, 7 QC tools, 7 New QC Tools, QCPC charts, Process Flow Charts & FMEA charts.
5) Overall Office Efficiency (OOE) improvement Practices.
6) Total Flow Management (TFM) practices – Lean Manufacturing Process (TPS).
Outcome of the above practices:
a) Cost reduction, b) More productivity, c) Required quality, d) Delivery on time, e) Less inventory, f) Employee morale improvement etc.
Currently implementing the above practices in (1) Cement Industries, (2) Textile industries and (3) Engineering industries.
The implementation work includes:
a) Workplace assessment, b) Fixing the objectives with measurable target, c) Need based training programs, d) Implementation of best practices (hand-holding), e) Auditing the best practices and providing continuous feedback / assistance to reach the set targets.
Since 1992, more than 150 Indian Industries and other industries in Kenya, Sudan, Egypt and Bangladesh.
Toyota Production System
Join our online training sessions from home easily by using your mobile phone/laptop or desktop.
#What do #you #need?
Internet connection, mobile phone/laptop or desktop
#How to #register?
Fill out the registration form and email it to us. Or fill out your information in the Google link.
Confirm your payment through Bkash and share your transaction Id with us.
#How to #avail the #sessions?
After completing your registration you will get a confirmation email.
A link will be shared in the email before the session starts.
The link will take you to the virtual classroom.
We will also arrange a trial session one day before the training date.
#How we #conduct #online #training?
We are using the Zoom App to conduct online sessions.
With the help of the Zoom App, you can interact with the trainer and other participants directly by video conferencing. You can also see slides used by the trainer on your screen by screen sharing option.
If you face trouble to connect, you can contact with our coordinators.
The Toyota Production System was developed and promoted by Toyota Motor Corporation and is being adapted by many Japanese companies since 1973. The main purpose of the system is to eliminate through improvement activities various kinds of waste lying concealed within a company. Even during the periods of slow growth, Toyota could make a profit by decreasing costs through a production system that completely eliminated excessive inventory and workforce. It is not the new revolutionary production management system. It follows the Craftsman production system and Ford production system. The primary goal of Toyota production system is profit through cost reduction or improvement of productivity. To achieve cost reduction, production must promptly and flexibly adapt to changes in market demand without having wasteful slack time.
#Objectives of the #Course:
After the completion of the course the participants will be able to:
Identify and eliminate the Seven wastes in the process
Adapt JIT (Just In Time) concept wherever possible
Identify the non-value added activities and reduce them
Draw a process mapping chart in his work
Reduce the Set-up time through Kaizen
Introduce Visual Control System wherever required.
TPS (Toyota Production System) House
JIT (Just in Time)
KANBAN (Visual signal)
SMED (Single digit Minute Exchange of Dies)
Visual Control System
Seven Wastes in the process
E,C, M & S
Lecture; Case Studies; Role Plays; Think out of Box Group Exercises; Management Games; QUIZ; EWC related Movies on TATAS “KEEPERS OF THE FLAME” on Tata Steel Plant set up at Jamshedpur depicting integrity, honesty and corporate governance & Sam Manekshaw “WAR & PEACE” on Leadership – Lifelong Management learning for EWC
#Who will #benefit from the Course?
Managers, Engineers, Supervisors in Production, Maintenance and Inspection areas.
#Deadline for #Registration: 08 December 2020 (Tuesday), by 04:00pm
#Certificate of attendance will be provided
#Course #Fee: BDT 5,000 per participant + BDT 100 Bkash cash out fee. Please pay the registration fee by 31 October 2020 (Saturday), by 04:00pm through Bkash Pay (01780-364200). (Members of BJTI, BAAS and Organizations nominating three or more delegates will enjoy 10% discount on course fee.) The fee will cover tuition, training material, certificate etc.
#Note: Seats are limited and will be filled-in on first come first serve basis. Please find the attached file for Registration Form.
About The Host: Bangladesh-Japan Training Institute (BJTI), an enterprise of Bangladesh AOTS Alumni Society (BAAS), has been offering and conducting quality management training since 2011 to develop the Human Resources in Bangladesh, following Japanese approaches.
Website Link: http://www.bjti.org
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