Changeover Reduction Training & Certificate
Learn the basics of Changeover Reduction and build your problem-solving muscles.
What is Changeover Reduction?
Changeover Reduction is the practice of dramatically reducing or eliminating the time to change from one method or unit to another. This concept is also known as Set-up Reduction or Single Minute Exchange of Die (SMED) where the goal is to reduce the changeover time to single digits or under 10 minutes. This was originally developed by Shigeo Shingo in order to reduce the time spent in setting up equipment or materials since setup does not add value.
Why You Should Register for Changeover Reduction Training & Certificate
In Changeover Reduction Training (Single Module), you’ll learn the basics of this tool and techniques and continue building your problem-solving muscles.
What You’ll Get (Certificate, PDUs/CPEs)
- Changeover Reduction Certificate
- 1 PDU / 1.2 CPEs
- Prerequisites: None
- Delivery: Fully online and on-demand/self-paced/asynchronous
- Timing: 1 hour
- Exam: 5 questions, 100% score required, unlimited retakes, results viewable
- Access: 1 year
- Works on smartphones and tablets
- Define Changeover Reduction
- Describe the benefits of Changeover Reduction
- Differentiate between Internal and External Changeovers
- Explain how to reduce Changeover Time
- Identify the most common Changeover Reduction tools
List of Contents
- Changeover Reduction Training Module
- Quiz: Changeover Reduction
New: Single Modules
Single Modules are a smart new way to learn the basics of a single Lean Six Sigma concept or tool. It’s training “Just-In-Time” – a Lean way to learn!
We recommend them if you:
- Don’t need a full training and certification course
- Need to learn the basics or get a refresher on a single concept or tool
- Need PDUs for your PMP Certification
To learn how to complete successful Lean Six Sigma projects step-by-step and build your problem-solving muscles, please register for Green Belt Training & Certification.
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