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LCI eLearning

Deepen your Lean knowledge without taking valuable time away from project work, with LCI eLearning courses.

With the recent addition of eLearning courses to the LCI Immersive Education Program, busy design and construction practitioners can advance their Lean journey, on their own time, from any smart device.

Introduction to the Last Planner® System and Introduction to Lean Project Delivery were the first two LCI eLearning courses released that include knowledge checks, multimedia, and hands-on interaction to increase knowledge retention and accommodate personalized learning styles. New eLearning courses will be released periodically.

Exclusive volume discounts for LCI corporate members!
Volume discounts are available for LCI corporate members only! Effectively train more people for less with LCI’s personalized eLearning courses. Email for more information on LCI corporate member volume discounts and other eLearning pricing.



RECOMMENDED BROWSERS: Internet Explorer 11 or Mozilla Firefox 61.0.1 or higher are recommended to view eLearning courses, for the best experience.

Note: you must have a MyLCI profile to access. If you do not already have a MyLCI profile, please create one here. For step-by-step instructions for accessing eLearning, use this Quick Reference Guide.

Current eLearning course pricing:
LCI corporate member – $219.87
LCI Individual member – $258.26
Non-LCI member – $349.00

LCI eLearning courses:
Introduction to Last Planner® System Learn More Preview >
Introduction to Lean Project Delivery Learn More Preview >
Lean in the Design Phase Early 2019
Mindset of an Effective Big Room 2019
Target Value Delivery 2019


Looking to earn continuous education credits?
If eLearners are seeking continuous education units (CEUs) for LCI partner organizations, they can self-report 1.5 AGC CM-Lean CEUs and/or 1.5 AIA CEUs. eLearners can only self-report for credits if they have completed each knowledge check and final assessment with a score of 80 percent or higher.