To achieve the introduction of lean management throughout the company, it makes sense to have an in-house CIP trainer to oversee and support the continuous improvement process. The CIP trainer is an important pillar of strength, expert, and driving force in this area – and someone who may also organize and carry out training activities in the future.
As part of the training to become a CIP trainer, participants are gradually introduced to the role of lean expert. In line with the train-the-trainer principle, trial workshops are carried out under the supervision of experienced Ingenics trainers.
Potential moderators are coached both in theory and in practice and receive timely feedback – a sustainable way to help them develop their professional and interpersonal skills.
Five modules over a period of six months
Learn the best way to plan, prepare, and carry out moderation sessions and presentations and how to document the results.
At the same time, systematically improve your moderation and presentation skills – with practical exercises to give you the greatest level of confidence when presenting and moderating.
Basics of lean management.
Basics of project management: From preparation to implementation and follow-up work.
The systematic introduction and application of moderation methods andpresentation techniques.
The perfect combination of voice, gestures, and visual aids.
Social skills: Confidence dealing with participants, questions, and disruptions.
Specialists and managers in the company as well as anyone charged with tasks related to the implementation and maintenance of the lean philosophy.
Future internal “multipliers” as well as workshop trainers, coaches, and CIP trainers.