OTTAWA — The Lean Construction Institute of Canada (LCI-C) has announced details and training themes for its training day and conference coming up in Montreal April 30 to May 2.
The LCI-C is a special committee of the Canadian Construction Association.
The training day on April 30 offers three full-day training programs:
- Lean construction: how to generate productivity gains on construction sites (run in French)
- Advanced Lean bootcamp
- AGC LCEP unit 5: Lean supply chain and assembly.
“Lean construction can help deliver projects more efficiently while increasing productivity in all aspects of the project,” said Mary Van Buren, CCA president, in a statement. “Attending LCI-C’s training day and conference is a great way to kickstart your company’s Lean journey, bring more colleagues onboard or get new ideas.”
The May 1 and 2 conference program consists of 20 sessions, five of which will be run in French.
“This leanWorks-themed conference will showcase examples of success stories from various stages of Lean journeys,” said Bob Hildenbrandt, LCI-C chair. “Since we will be in Quebec, we’re delighted to deliver this conference in both official languages.”