VIRTUAL LEAN SERIES!
There are 13 sessions from January 25 - March 15 from 12pm - 3pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please note, registrants must attend each class to receive credit for the unit. There will be a mix of attendees from New England giving all attendees the opportunity to meet and network with a more diverse group. REGISTRATION FILLS UP QUICKLY!
This is a certificate program that consists of seven units. Following the completion of all seven units, individuals will have a deep knowledge of both the theory and application of Lean Construction and be able to sit for an exam to earn AGC’s Certificate of Management - Lean Construction (CM-LC) credential.
Make up sessions are still available!
If you missed a unit(s) you are still able to take them virtually and get the credit in order to take the Lean Exam. Please contact Kara Cady at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the roster.
Unit 1, Variation in Production Systems
Understand the different types of variation
Learn the concept of throughput
Distinguish the concepts of throughput and work in progress
Describe the role of variation in production operations
List sources of variation in construction settings
Explain variation mitigation techniques
Contrast variation mitigation techniques
Unit 2, Pull in Production
Compare batch-and-queue and continuous-flow production systems
Distinguish push systems from pull systems
Identify the effects of batching on production systems
Identify the effects of pull on production systems
Explain Little’s Law
Unit 3, Workstructuring
Apply the methods and tools utilized in pull planning
Describe the concept of Lean Workstructuring
Outline the desired products of Lean Workstructuring
Describe the characteristics and application of the Last Planner® System
Unit 4, The Last Planner System
Building on the work begin in LCEP Unit 3, this course revisits the Last Planner System (LPS) in greater depth, focusing on the concept of production planning, as contrasted with project management.
Following completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Apply the Last Planner System on a project;
Hold make-ready and weekly work planning sessions; and
Calculate, track and analyze percent plan complete for a project
Unit 5, Lean Supply Chain and Assembly
Differentiate between traditional procurement practices and lean supply chain applications
Identify waste and value-adding activities within the supply chain and assembly
Identify strategies needed at the project and company levels to support the lean supply chain
Expand lean beyond the individual project
Create a value stream map to diagnose and improve the supply chain
Unit 6, Lean Design and Preconstruction-Choose by Advantage Training
Applying Lean in Design
Contractors in Design
Unit 7, Problem-Solving Principles and Tools
Team Problem Solving
Lean Construction Problem Solving Tools
Using Those Tools
Instructor, Colin Milberg, Ph.D.
Colin has 15 years construction management experience in both the office and the field combined with seven years of university teaching experience in construction engineering and management.
Colin has work with public and private organizations on projects ranging from $2 million to $1 billion, assisting project teams and organizations implement Lean Construction and Enterprise practices. He has a Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley where he studied Lean Construction and tolerance management with the founders of the Lean Construction Institute (LCI). In addition, Colin co-founded LCI San Diego, is a member of the International Group for Lean Construction advisory board and is on the core group of LCI New England.
13 sessions: 1/25 - 3/15 from 12pm-3pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Units 1 & 2: 1/25 & 1/27 & 2/1 (9hrs of virtual instruction)
Units 3 & 4: 2/3 & 2/8 & 2/10 (9hrs of virtual instruction)
Unit 5: 2/15 & 2/17 (6hrs of virtual instruction)
Unit 6: 3/1 & 3/3 (6hrs of virtual instruction)
Unit 7: 3/8 & 3/10 (6hrs of virtual instruction)
Exam Prep 3/15 (optional - approx 2 hrs of virtual instruction)
* No classes the week of February 21st (Winter break in MA)
Lean Units 1-7 Series
AGC Member: $2350-Non Members: $2975. Lean Unit 1
AGC Member: $300-Non Members $375 Lean Unit 2
AGC Member: $300-Non Members $375 Lean Unit 3
AGC Member: $300-Non Members $375 Lean Unit 4
AGC Member: $350-Non Members $425 Lean Unit 5
AGC Member: $400-Non Members $525 Lean Unit 6
AGC Member: $300-Non Members $375 Lean Unit 7
AGC Member:$400-Non Members $525
If paying by check please make check payable to AGC MA and send it to:
888 Worcester Street, Suite 40
Wellesley MA 02482
You can email a photo of the check you will be paying with and we will handle the registration for you and send you a paid in full invoice upon receipt of the check.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours before a scheduled program or event to receive a refund. This gives us the opportunity to allow other members to register. You may cancel by phone or email. No-Shows are not eligible for a refund or credit.
This program is eligible for MCAP Reimbursement
AGC Members that are MCAP contributors will receive a 75% reimbursement of the registration fee for this program after the full registration fee is paid to AGC. The maximum reimbursement allowed for each program is $4,000 per firm. Attendance is mandatory for reimbursement.
The maximum reimbursement allowed for all eligible programs is $15,000 per year.