November 17 – November 21 \ 2019                        : Kuala Lumpur                      

 

Ø INTRODUCTION


    Made famous by organisations such as Motorola, General Electric and Honeywell, Six Sigma seeks to improve the quality of process outputs by identifying and removing the causes of errors and variation. While Lean, the embodiment of Toyota’s Production System principles, focuses on waste reduction and maximisation of value.

Combining the two approaches provides a powerful methodology for embedding improvement and excellence into an organisation’s core values – a disciplined process focused on delivering near-perfect products and services.

The Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Program introduces participants to the foundation concepts required to identify and formulate strategies for improvement and provides participants with the required knowledge and skills on which each of the fundamental improvement paths are based.

This training program introduces participants to all of the core concepts underpinning the Lean Six Sigma approach to implementing a business improvement oriented culture and systems in organisations, and how these are used to improve customer satisfaction, process performance, and enhance competitive advantage and business results.

Participants completing this training program will gain an overall understanding of Lean Six Sigma, its processes for driving problem solving and process based improvement and the key implementation issues which must be addressed to achieve successful implementation.

This training program will also equip participants with the skills and knowledge to execute a successful Lean Six Sigma project within their organization.

Ø Objectives

 

The goals of this training program are to provide participants with an understanding and working knowledge of the key elements of Lean Six Sigma.

Participants will gain a thorough knowledge of all of the dimensions and components of the Lean Six Sigma philosophy and methodology and the organizational impact that can be achieved through the application of the Lean Six Sigma approach.

Participants will gain a working knowledge of the key improvement strategies at the core of Lean Six Sigma, these being:

 

Ø  Problem Solving using the DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyse-Improve-Control) process

Ø  Process Improvement and Process Reengineering using the DMADV (Define-Measure-Analyse-Design-Validate) process

Ø  Process Flow and Constraints Management (Balance and Flow) using the “Water Bucket” Method

This will be supplemented with additional knowledge, to enable participants to appreciate the key implementation issues, be able to implement Lean Six Sigma improvement projects in their areas, as well as contribute to the development of overall strategies for implementing Lean Six Sigma across their organisations.

In particular, it is expected that participants completing the “Lean Six Sigma Foundations” training program will be able to successfully execute and implement projects using each of the methodologies covered in the training program

Participants completing this training program may elect to progress further in order to achieve full      Green Belt accreditation and the more advanced Black Belt accreditation.

Ø TRAINING METHODOLOGY


This training course will combine presentations with instructor-guided interactive discussions between participants relating to their individual workplace. Practical exercises, video material and case studies aiming at stimulating these discussions and providing maximum benefit to the participants will support the training.

This interactive training course includes the following training methodologies as a percentage of the total tuition hours:

l  30% Lectures, Concepts, Role Play

l  30% Workshops & Work Presentations, Techniques

l  20% Based on Case Studies & Practical Exercises

l  20% Videos, Software & General Discussions

Pre and Post Test

 

Ø WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

 

Training program addresses the needs of a diverse audience with an interest in Lean Six Sigma. Including:

l  Executive Level Managers considering the implementation of Lean Six Sigma approaches within their organisations

l  General Managers and Middle Managers wishing to skill up and increase their knowledge of Lean Six Sigma so that they may support the implementation of Lean Six Sigma back in their areas of control

l  Managers, Engineers, Scientists and Employees who are likely to be involved as team members and/or team leaders in Lean Six Sigma improvement projects, wishing to acquire the required knowledge and skill set

 

Outline

Day 1

Introduction and Foundation Concepts

 

l  Introduction to Lean Six Sigma and Business Improvement Strategies

l  Process Thinking - Developing a process view of the Organisation

l  Understanding the Drivers of Cost Structure and the Cost of Quality

l  The Process Complexity Concept

l  Roles and Responsibilities

 

Day  2

 

 

 

The DMAIC and DMADV Frameworks

 

l  The DMAIC Process and Tools/Techniques

l  Project Charter and Business Case

l  Customer Requirements Statement

l  Understanding the Process – Process Mapping and Analysis

l  Root Cause Analysis

l  Fishbone and Pareto Analysis, Checksheet and Potential Solution Matrix

l  DMAIC Simulation Case Study

l  The DMADV Process

l  Process Reengineering/Redesign based strategies

l  Problem-Process Matrix

l  Process Deployment Diagram

l  Lean Six Sigma and Innovation

l  DMADV Simulation Case Study

Day 3

 

 

 

Measurement and Statistical Techniques

 

l  Data and Measurement Concepts

l  Determining what to measure

l  The Funnel Experiment

l  Understanding the measures

l  Introduction to the normal distribution and its use in Lean Six Sigma

l  Understanding Variation

l  Introduction to Statistical Process Control

l  Establishing Process Capability

l  Lean Six Sigma Statistics – DPMO, Yield and Sigma Levels

 

Day 4

 

 

Flow Management and Lean Work Management

l  Process and Workflow Management

l  The Flow View of Processes

l  The Water Bucket Method

Ø  Case Study: Smith’s Auto-Service Centre

l  Introduction to Lean

l  The 4 Rules of Lean

l  Visual Management

Ø  5-S

Ø  Standardised work

Ø  Mistake Proofing

 

Day 5

  Implementation Issues

 

l  Leading a Lean Six Sigma Project

l  Implementing Lean Six Sigma in your organization

l  Aligning Lean Six Sigma to Company Strategy

l  Lean Six Sigma Roles and Responsibilities

l  The Senior Management Roles – Championing/Sponsoring

l  Benefits Realisation

l  The Path to Excellence

l  Conclusion and Review

 

 

Schedule

 

  • 08:30 – 10:15 First Session
  • 10:15 – 10:30 Coffee Break
  • 10:30 – 12:15 Second Session
  • 12:15 – 12:30 Coffee Break
  • 12:30 – 14:00 Third Session
  • 14:00 – 15:00 Lunch

 

Fees

 The Fee for the seminar, including instruction materials, documentation, lunch, coffee/tea breaks & snack :

  • Us$ 5,650 per person – Kuala Lumpur



INTRODUCTION


Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a process that involves the generation and management of the information about a facility. BIM allows for great integration and collaboration among different building professionals of various disciplines to explore digitally, and can be used throughout the entire building process from design stage through construction stage and even post construction building management.

Currently, majority of the building plans have to be submitted in BIM format for regulatory approval.

This 5-day Certification Course in BIM Modelling (Architecture / MEP / Structure track) aims to develop BIM capability and capacity in the industry so that firms could be ready for the full BIM implementation.


OBJECTIVES


The objectives of this course are:
• To provide an understanding of BIM processes and benefits
• To equip participants the practical 3D BIM MEP Modelling skills and technical knowledge to start and support a project using BIM.
• To enable participants to be familiar with the e–submission template guideline


CONTENTS
• BIM fundamentals
• BIM Tool User Interface
• Modelling a project
- ACMV
- Plumbing and Sanitary
- Fire protection system
- Electrical system
- Project documentation
• E-Submission project template
• Worksets and Worksharing
• DOL creation


LECTURERS
• MR ALI BIN ARFAN, Executive BIM Consultant, USIM University ,
Building and Construction Authority


ASSESSMENT AND AWARD
Certificate of Successful Completion (CSC) will be awarded to participants who meet the attendance requirement and pass the required assessment.


INTRODUCTION
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a process that involves the generation and management of the information about a facility. BIM allows for great integration and collaboration among different building professionals of various disciplines to explore digitally, and can be used throughout the entire building process from design stage through construction stage and even post construction building management.
Currently, majority of the building plans have to be submitted in BIM format for regulatory approval.

This 5-day Certification Course in BIM Modelling (Architecture track) aims to develop BIM capability and capacity in the industry so that firms could be ready for the full BIM implementation by 2015.

OBJECTIVES
The objectives of this course are:
• To provide an understanding of BIM processes and benefits
• To equip participants the practical 3D BIM Architectural Modelling skills and technical knowledge to start and support a project using BIM.
• To enable participants to be familiar with the e–submission template guideline


CONTENTS
• BIM fundamentals
• BIM Tool User Interface
• Modelling a project
- Mass Modelling
- Site Modelling
- Visualization
- Insert External files
- Modelling building elements
- Project documentation
• E-Submission project template
• Worksets and Worksharing
• DOL creation


LECTURERS
• MS MARY ANN SAMANIEGO, Higher Associate, Centre for Construction IT, Building and Construction Authority
• MS ANGELA LEE, Principal Associate, Centre for Construction IT, Building and Construction Authority


ASSESSMENT AND AWARD
Certificate of Successful Completion (CSC) will be awarded to participants who meet the attendance requirement and pass the required assessment.


PREREQUISITE
Applicants for this BIM Modelling Certification Course should possess CAD drafting / modelling experience in building and construction project.


TARGET AUDIENCE

• Modellers
• Project Coordinators
• Designers
• Engineers
• Project Managers

The revamped Certification Course for Green Mark Professional (GMP) emphasises on the integration of passive and active strategies to encourage industry practitioners to adopt creative approach in their design, and develop green solutions to enhance building performance.

INTRODUCTION


Participants of the Certification Course for Green Mark Manager will gain an in-depth understanding of BCA’s environmental sustainability legislative framework, underlying performance standards and BCA Green Mark assessment systems, including the revised BCA Green Mark Criteria For New Non-Residential Buildings – Green Mark For Non-Residential Buildings: Malaysia Kuala Lumpur .

Focus will be placed on green building design guidelines and technologies, where the participants will learn the methods of identifying, evaluating and selecting cost effective solutions towards a more holistic green building performance. On top of that, the course will also touch on the integration of passive and active building design, as well as cooperation between disciplines in the design stage so as to optimise building design. It aims to practically empower industry professionals to take leadership in competently guiding projects to excel in the Green Mark criteria, and ultimately push the frontiers for greener build

LECTURERS


This course is conducted by a diverse group of experienced green practitioners from the industry and experts from the relevant agencies and BCA. They include:
• BCA Green Mark Assessors
• BCA BIM Consultant
• PUB Officers
• Assistant Professor Mazlan Bin Ammori , Malaysia University of Technology and Design
Centre for Urban Greenery and Ecology (yAYASAN TERENGGANU)


ASSESSMENT AND AWARD
This course involves assessment. A Certificate of Successful Completion (CSC) for the course
will be issued to participants who:
i. Achieve at least 85% class attendance; and
ii. Pass MCQ test, project and peer evaluation of the course.


Who Should Attend ?


Architects

engineers

consultants

project managers

facility managers

building owners and developers involved in Green Mark project.


Outline 

Day 1


• BCA’s Green Building Initiatives
• Regulatory Framework on Environmental Sustainability for Buildings
• Green Mark for Residential Buildings: 2016 (GM RB: 2016)

Day 2


• Green Mark for Non-Residential Buildings: 2015 (GM NRB: 2015)
• Use of BIM in the Green Mark Framework
• Design for Daylighting

Day 3


• Tropical Façade Performance
• Passive Design and Ventilation Performance
• Smart and Energy Efficient Lighting Systems
• Air-Conditioning Efficiency and Effectiveness

Day 4 


• Smart Building Operations
• Renewable Energy
• Water Conservation and Strategies to Water Efficiency
• Integrated Waterscape and Landscape

Day 5 


• Indoor Air Quality
• Tools for Green Building Design
• Materials
• Sustainable Building Economics