In the existing scenario of globalization, an industrial unit established in a village might be competing with thousands of companies worldwide. To be successful in this competitive environment, manufacturing systems must be designed in a way to give maximum output with minimum available resources consistently to gain the competitive edge. This course is designed to train the industry professionals on analysis of manufacturing systems and designing a high productive system with minimum investment.

Course Coverage:

  • Understanding of Conceptual Themes about LEAN
  • Power of LEAN Manufacturing
  • Japanese approach as a role model
  • Team Work and Leadership through LEAN
  • Value Addition through LEAN Management
  • Industry Challenges and Dynamics for LEAN
  • Innovation and Sustainability through LEAN
  • Quality
  • Poka Yoke
  • Productivity
  • 5S and Kaizen
  • Muda
  • Visual Management
  • Planning of LEAN
  • LEAN Implementation
  • Project Execution and Evaluation

Participant Profile:

This course is designed for General Managers, Middle Managers and Engineers from Engineering Industry (e.g. Automotive, Home Appliances, Light Engineering, Forging etc.). Fresh engineering graduates and students of Industrial, Manufacturing, Mechanical and Mechatronics engineering may also apply for this course.

Instructor Profile:

Instructor is a passionate entrepreneur having extensive experience on variety of projects in Pakistan with multinational corporations. The professional profile ranges from Engineering Management to Quality management with in-depth understanding on modern Japanese management techniques. Mr. Asadi is Master Trainer on LEAN Manufacturing on the platform of United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in Pakistan.


The course will be delivered through lectures, multimedia presentations, videos, group discussions and assignments.

Learning Outcome:

After the completion of this training, participants will be able to develop improvement plans for their respective organizations which eventually lead to the design of a productive manufacturing system.