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Submitted photo Nick Hammond, left, a graduate of National Park College's Aerospace program and an employee of Airtech Supply Inc., observed Lester Jinks complete an activity for the Lean 101 time study activity during a recent training session made possible by a "grow your own" grant from the Arkansas Department of Career Education's Office of Skills Development.

Submitted photo Nick Hammond, left, a graduate of National Park College's Aerospace program and an employee of Airtech Supply Inc., observed Lester Jinks complete an activity for the Lean 101 time study activity during a recent training session made possible by a "grow your own" grant from the Arkansas Department of Career Education's Office of Skills Development.

Lean 101

This article was published January 8, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

Nick Hammond, left, a graduate of National Park College's Aerospace program and an employee of Airtech Supply Inc., observed Lester Jinks complete an activity for the Lean 101 time study activity during a recent training session made possible by a "grow your own" grant from the Arkansas Department of Career Education's Office of Skills Development.

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