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Really this pool of content represents where we started as a company, making training videos for Nissan and Toyota.  Building on the knowledge gained with these clients we've produced a flexible pool of videos that have proved popular with all sorts of manufacturing and engineering businesses, though a lot of the content also has wider appeal, especially within any organisation that focuses on Business Improvement Techniques.  In total there's over 3 hours of content across 69 videos covering topics that can be used extensively for apprenticeships (BIT/LMO/PMO), CPD, short courses, engineering study programmes, STEM courses and quals in Lean Organisation Management Techniques.  Manufacturing, engineering and BIT has never been so engaging!


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For Training Providers and FE Colleges

  • Extensive coverage of the LMO standard and Level 2 Lean Organisational Management Techniques
  • Principles of BIT can be used across a number of standards 
  • Perfect for Traineeships within Engineering and Manufacturing

 For Employers

  • A fantastic pool of resources for staff within the Engineering and Manufacturing sectors
  • Aid apprentices with their study programmes

Topics Covered Include:

  • 5s
  • Kaizen
  • Flow process analysis
  • Waste walks
  • Health & safety
  • Team working
  • Lean
  • ...and much more

Can Be Used For…

  • Apprenticeships
  • Up skilling staff
  • Traineeships
  • STEM courses
  • Business improvement 

Full List of Titles:

5S (6’15”)

A Brief History of Lean (3’29”)

Action Planning and Continuous Improvement (1’48”)

Adjustments to Manufacturing Operations (4’23”)

Allocating Roles (2’53”)

Brainstorming (2’06”)

Choosing A Visual Management System (2’07”)

Common Faults and Handover of Information (2’00”)

Competitive Edge (2’08”)

Completing Risk Assessments (2’42”)

Containment And Counter Measures (4’32”)

Describe How The Cycle Time Of A Process Can Be Defined (2’58”)

Describe When Quality Control Documentation should be completed (4’28”)

Effective Team Working (4’46”)

Evaluating Improvement Ideas (3’17”)

Evaluating Without Causing Problems With Working Relationships (4’33”)

Fishbone (1’58”)

Flow Charts (1’46”)

Flow Process Analysis: How To Do It (2’39”)

Flow Process/Improvement Opportunities (2’13”)

Hazards and Risks (2’06”)

Health & Safety Requirements - Combined Activities (1’27”)

Health and Safety and Other Requirements for a Handover (2’32”)

Health & Safety Requirements - Controlling Manufacturing Operations (1’40”)

Health & Safety Requirements - Incoming Material (1’22”)

Health & Safety Requirements - Inspection (2’42”)

Health & Safety Requirements of the Work Area (1’38”)

Health & Safety/ Carrying Out Inspection & Testing Activities (1’34”)

How to Communicate (1’24”)

How To Organise Your Workplace (4’00”)

How to Prepare (3’15”)

Introducing LEAN (1’37”)

Introduction to Kaizen (2’33”)

KAIZEN: A Starting Point (2’50”)

Lean Within Business Organisation (4’49”)

Measures Of Performance (1’55”)

No ‘I’ In Team (7’17”)

Obtaining and Interpreting Necessary Instructions (2’15”)

PDCA and Action Planning (2’58”)

Problem Solving (2’58”)

Problems and Avoiding Them (1’49”)

Problems and Dealing With Them (2’08”)

Problems and How to Deal with them (2’01”)

Process Maps (4’21”)

Project Proposal and Close Out Form (1’37”)

Putting KAIZEN Into Practice With Measurable Improvements (2’28”)

Quality / Cost / Delivery (2’39”)

Root Cause Analysis (2’48”)

Sampling, Inspections and Testing (6’11”)

Spaghetti Diagrams (2’45”)

Standard Operating Procedures (6’21”)

Statutory Regulations & Safety Requirements (1’52”)

Team Analysis (1’45”)

Team Work - Asking for Help (1’33”)

The 5 Whys (2’05”)

The Need For Problem Solving (3’34”)

The Skills Matrix (2’13”)

The Visual Workplace (2’54”)

Understanding Health and Safety in an Industrial Environment (7’08”)

Understanding How to Communicate in an Industrial Environment (2’58”)

Understanding Rights & Responsibilities in an Industrial Environment (6’06”)

Understanding Working Effectively in an Industrial Environment (2’52”)

Understanding Working Relationships in an Industrial Environment (4’39”)

Using Data to Make Adjustments (3’04”)

Utilising People And Their Knowledge For Continuous Improvement (1’48”)

Waste Walk (3’00”)

What Is A Flow Process Analysis (2’15”)

Working Relationships (4’33”)