Managers need information to control internal operations and make decisions and implement needed change when running a manufacturing facility. Cost accounting is an essential management tool that can uncover profitability improvements and provide support for key business decisions. This workshop contains the essential tools needed to foster more profitable decision-making by management and covers: Cost Accounting Concepts, Budgets and Standard Costs, Financial Statements, Variance Analysis and Other Measures, Capital Investment and Strategic Initiative Financial Analysis.
Designed For: Non-financial supervisors and managers.
7 Module Session | Once a Month on Thursdays (March - September)
Today’s leader must be versatile and adaptable. Effective leadership results in everything from increased workplace productivity and employee retention, to improved succession planning and, ultimately, a better bottom line. In this course, participants will develop skills relating to Trust, Respect & Credibility, Goal Setting & Execution, Coaching & Mentoring, Team Work & Team Building, Emotional Intelligence, Conflict Resolution, and Delegating Effectively.
Designed For: Managers, department heads, front line supervisors, team leaders and coordinators whether they are new to the position or have been in a leadership role for years.
The Six Sigma White Belt Certification is an entry level class that will introduce participants to a Lean and Six Sigma overview, along with the DMAIC process improvement roadmap. After completing this course, participants will understand how the two methodologies work in synergy to implement an overall process improvement strategy.
Designed For: All levels within an organization, regardless of role.
This workshop focuses on basic process improvement skills, including process mapping and problem solving tools. Participants will become well versed in foundation elements of six sigma concepts and how to apply them in projects.
Designed For: Team members who will support projects such as operators, technicians, team coordinators and front line leaders.
8 Module Session | Twice a Week on Mondays & Tuesdays
Learn how to collect data, understand data collection methods and analysis, analyze root cause problems, and implement solutions based on data. This class includes a combination of classroom presentation, hands-on exercises and a process improvement project for your organization. After completing this two week training, you will have the skills needed to lead Lean Six Sigma process improvement projects, work on teams led by Lean Six Sigma Black Belts and help your organization implement Lean Six Sigma effectively.
Designed For: Technical professionals, engineers, technicians, process improvement practitioners and technical managers, or anyone tasked with process or quality improvement.