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CAM - Principles of Lean Mfg., Six Sigma/Bus. Process Improvement


with Joe Barckett

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 9, 2022 at 8:30 am, runs for 4 weeks

Bristol’s Principles of Lean Manufacturing offers a solid introduction to Lean Six Sigma/Business Process Improvement training focuses on preparing individuals to develop efficient processes for faster delivery, increased productivity and more consistent quality. Participants will review the background and history of Lean and Six Sigma, learn about a basic process improvement flowchart and how to use the flowchart as a roadmap for the material covered as well as obtain a strong understanding of basic process improvement tools – Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control. (based on DMAIC) which include: project charters, process mapping, waste, value add, data types, and several charts and graphs. After this training, participants will have the tools to lead a simple process improvement project from start to finish.

CAM - Effective Communication & Team-Oriented Problem Solving in Manufacturing


with Beth Carter

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 14, 2022 at 8:30 am

Bristol’s Effective Communication Team-Oriented Problem-Solving class will help participants do just that. This class will provide tools and techniques to help individuals thrive in a dynamic team environment. Several workstyle, listening and communication assessments will be used to assist participants in gaining a better understanding of themselves and their communication style as well as the style of others. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the importance of listening, non-verbal communication as well as adapting to changing cultural norms to support individual and team growth.

CAM - Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing


with Paul Martin

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 18, 2022 at 9 am

This training is in concert with the methodology, symbology, and principles of the United States standards (principally ANSI Y14.5). Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerances is a means of specifying the geometry or shape of a piece of hardware on an engineering drawing. It is used as a communication tool for the design for manufacturing cycle.

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