Our “TPS JISSEN Dojo (1 day version)”, attended by more than 9,000 people will be held in the form of a WEB seminar.

At “TPS JISSEN (Practical) Dojo”, you will learn concretely how to see things in TPS through lectures and practice, but when you do it on the WEB, the practice part will be analyzed while watching a video. The worksheets to be used will be sent in advance, and a certificate of completion will be issued after the course.

This training is aimed at managers and supervisors who are responsible for the operation of manufacturing sites, it is easy to understand what should be learned with exercises and group discussions.

TPS Jissen Dojo video summary

Seminar outline

Title TPS JISSEN DOJO【Aichi Pref.,Toyota City】
Category TPS Doujo
Schedule Periodically or by request 09:00-16:00 (one hour break)
Participants 5 to 15 (in case of more than 15 please contact)
Venue Hirayama Training Center (1-84-1, Miyama cho, Toyota city, Aithi, Japan)
Trainers Tadamasa IshigakiMitsuru SuzukiMatsuki Aoyama
Certificate of completion Sent in pdf format after the webinar.
Seminar Fees JPY 44,000 per person (Text includedd)
Seminar is held in Japanese language, contact regarding translation to your language.

Seminar Content

= Lecture =
1) Purpose of TPS, HEIJUNKA production and lot production
2) Just-in-time and JIDOKA
3) Built-in quality and recognition of waste
= Practice =
4) Standard work combination slip and time measurement
5) Extraction of problems and examination of improvement plans
6) Improvement procedure (principles of operating economy, working posture points, Naze Naze (5 whys)
7) Labor saving and strengthening of workplace power

1-1 TPS Essentials

1. Importance of cost reduction
        (1)Corporate purpose
        (2)Importance of cost reduction

2. Basic concept of Toyota Production System
        (1)Aim of Toyota Production System
        (2)Two pillars of Toyota Production System-JIT
        (3)Kanban and the flow of things
        (4)Lot production and leveling production
        (5)Three basic principles of JIT
        (6)Two pillars of Toyota Production System- JIDOKA
        (7)The difference between automation and autonomation
        (8)Another JIDOKA
        (9)Built-in quality

3. Idea of improvement
        (1)Work improvement and equipment improvement
        (2)Purpose of improvement
        (3)Recognition of waste
        (4)Work and waste
        (5)Types of waste
        (6)Apparent efficiency and true efficiency
        (7)Thinking when you come up with an idea

4. Standard operation
        (1)What is standard work?
        (2)Standard working conditions
        (3)Features of standard work and three elements
        (4)Standard work combination sheet

1-2 Understanding the current situation and improving 1-3 Utilization of improvement effect

1. Understanding and considering current problems
        (1)Measurement of working time
        (2)Measurement of element work time
        (3)Manual work time, automatic feed, walking time
        (4)Extraction of problems (3 processes, 1 person work)
        (5)Summary of problems (for each group)
        (6)Explanation of problems (with demonstration)

2. Consideration and practice of improvement plans
        (1)Think about the layout of 2 processes and 2 people work
        (2)Confirmation of improvement plan and explanation of TPS method
        (3)Practice according to the procedure of improvement
        (4)Verification using the Kaizen principles
        (5)Pursuit of the root cause ⇒ 5 times WHY “Naze”
        (6)Comparison / verification of improvement effect
        (7)Practice of improvement and horizontal exhibition
        (8)Measurement of working time after improvement

1.Labor saving and strengthening of workplace power 
        (1)Confirmation of improvement effect
        (2)Purpose of the creative system
        (3)How to proceed with labor saving using a pile table
        (4)Points for utilizing personnel by labor saving
        (5)Workplace management method to enhance workplace power

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