The Implementation of the Continuing Improvement Kaizen System in the Preparatoria 15 –high school- Florida and Madero Units was carried out on January 5th.
The ceremony was attended by the Department of Information Technology directors and personnel as well as the high school personnel and principal, Ing. Jose Luis Guerra Torres.
The project started on November 17th, 2010; trainings started on November 29th and were extended to December 9th. Kaizen System Administrator was trained in the institutional building and in two modules, both of them required so the program could work properly.
Five System Administrators, three people for the Documents Control Module, seven people for Audit Modules, Corrective Actions and three people for the Directive Revisions Module and Continuing Improvement were trained.
Likewise, 41 people who will act as the owners of the process and trainers who will train readers were trained too.
At the end of the closing meeting some of the 53 Kaizen System certificates were given to those who finished successfully certification courses.
“We are really thankful for the support that the Department of Information Technology gave to us and for its intention of making the high school quality system easier,” said Ing. Guerra Torres when he was asked about the DGI work done in the high school.
“This is an important advance for making process leaders’ –of both units of the Preparatoria 15- work easier,” said principal.