Value Stream Mapping Training In Reno, NV

Value Stream Mapping Training
Reno is near Lake Tahoe east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Value Stream Mapping training lets Reno students visually summarize process waste.
Price $299
Duration 1 day
Format In-person, instructor-led slideshow with exercises and a quiz to test comprehension.
Materials Each student will receive a 3-ring binder containing print-outs of the slideshow. Assuming satisfactory quiz results graded a few days after class, each student will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Class Size7 - 8 students
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CityReno, NV

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About Value Stream Mapping Training


Who is Value Stream Mapping Training for?

Value Stream Mapping training is for anyone interested in highlighting opportunities form improvement in a process. In our course, Reno students learn:

Value Stream Mapping Training Course Overview:

Value Stream Mapping training enables Reno students to visually summarize processes highlighting their waste, and opportunities for improvement. Value Stream Mapping is an essential tool of Lean Manufacturing. 'Value stream' refers to the fact that the mapping is depicting the process flow by which raw materials, information, etc. are altered and combined forming something for which customers are willing to pay. Along the way, any actions for which customers are not willing to pay are considered waste and highlighted on the map. Wastes generally take the form of downtime, inventory, inspection, etc.; manifestations of the Seven Deadly Sins.

Reno

Biggest Little City

Excellent choice! Reno's recent growth is from attracting large manufacturing, logistics, and data companies. Examples include Tesla's Gigafactory 1, Apple, Amazon, Google, Switch, Blockchains, Jet.com, eBay, and Wal-Mart. While corporate expansion makes Reno a good city for work-related Value Stream Mapping Training, it is also rich with recreational options. Mt. Rose is a popular snow skiing resort. Pyramid Lake is known for fishing; in-fact, its home to the world's largest Lahontan cutthroat trout. Rock hounders scour local hills in search of quartz and amethyst.

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Facility

Located in the heart of vibrant downtown Reno only 4 miles from Reno-Tahoe International Airport, and walking distance from the Amtrak station. On your breaks or after class enjoy spectacular eighth floor views of Sierras, casinos, and several restaurants within walking distance like Laughing Plant, Sup, or organic selections of Great Full Gardens.

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Testimonials

Read what our students and clients have to say.

David Oelrich
David Oelrich
HR Manager
Energy


I had the pleasure of working with our Master Black Belt in a high-tech manufacturing company where formal continuous improvement was a new concept. I was impressed with his ability to translate the concepts and skills needed to start down the path of the discipline in a way that was not only accessible to the employees, but excited them and moved many of them into being active, positive participants. I saw an immediate improvement in overall engagement, which helped in areas well beyond the tactical and functional areas included in the improvement project, itself.



Kyle J.
Kyle J.
Business Process Engineer
Finance


During my Lean Six Sigma training with our Master Black Belt I was able to gain a true understanding of the tools that are required knowledge for an effective continuous improvement program. I have used these tools first hand to implement operational savings worth hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. Additionally, earning my certification has allowed me to expand my knowledge base and to lead others on the path of waste reduction and process improvement.