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We teach you actual applications, not just concepts, in plain language with the case studies, worksheets, formulas and methodologies you need. The content of these course can also be customized to fit the needs of your company, including the use of your company's own processes.

    Continuous improvement strategy used to achieve world-class performance. The Lean methodology will strive to Improve quality, safety and productivity, Eliminate waste and focus on value-added activities, Reduce delays, lead times, inventories and costs, Create an empowered workforce, Capitalize on effective teamwork and Foster a continuous improvement culture

    Six Sigma
    A data-driven approach to process improvement aimed at the near elimination of defects from every product, process and transaction. The purpose of Six Sigma is to gain breakthrough knowledge on how to improve processes to do things better, faster, and at lower cost. Six Sigma improvements will provide tangible business results in the form of cost savings that are directly traceable to the bottom line.

    Project Management
    Concepts from PMI's PMBOK® Project Management Framework, Project Integration Management, Project Scope Management, Project Time Management, Project Cost Management, Project Quality Management, Project Human Resource Management, Project Communications Management, Project Risk Management, Project Procurement Management, Professional Responsibility and PMP® Test Preparation.

    Maintenance & Electrical Troubleshooting
    Logical troubleshooting techniques to analyze Fault cause and correction, Signal flow paths, Input device functionality, Input module functionality, Output devices and verification, Power supply checks, Motor and controller checks, Forcing logical outputs and Troubleshooting exercises.
At Talsit, our help is also available on a project by project basis. Our staff will be glad to lead projects to meet your needs quickly. We will utilize your resources to avoid the failures associated with traditional consulting.

Last Updated: Monday, March 4, 2005 - 1:18 pm Eastern Time