Lean six sigma green belt training
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is neither pure Lean nor Six Sigma, but a combination. Using both together gives a best of both worlds scenario, allowing you to both recognise and reduce waste, whilst measuring the improvements to evidence success. This course is designed for everybody involved in or planning to become involved in Continuous Improvement and will enable delegates to select and implement improvement plans which deliver real results.
- Course content
- Managing Change
- Wastes or ‘losses’ in a process
- Process Control methods and other improvement techniques
- FMEA methods
- DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control)
- Value Add Analysis: process and workflow mapping and other analytical methods
- 7 quality tools
- Problem Solving Methods
- Customer Value and Critical to Quality analysis
- Statistical Process Control charts (previously Inferential Statistics. This has been updated to make the data more useable and the data activities more valuable)
- Lean Six Sigma project selection (focus, teams, communication, risk management)
- Your Project Selection and planning
It would be beneficial if you have some familiarity with Lean and / or Six Sigma. However, this isn’t mandatory as the programme will, as outlined above, provide a significant range of process improvement tools.
Delegates will be required to complete a work based assessment, before being awarded the certificate.
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By completing this course, delegates will:
Delegates will have a new suite of Improvement Knowledge which is instantly applicable to the workplace. Through completing the workplace assignment, the business will also benefit from the improvements and measurements put in place as part of the project.
What our delegates say about this course:
"Pitched at the right level, and was relevant to us" - Andy Mercel, HMY
"A particularly pleasing aspect was that in order to demonstrate the value of some of the sigma tools, the trainer fine-tuned aspects of the training, to show how these would be of particular benefit to our business" - Peter Wigley, HMY
"As someone who has no experience in this, I found Linda to be very helpful, especially at times when I found things difficult" - Alan Marshall, HMY
"The use of practical involvement techniques as opposed to sitting and watching a presentation" - Graham Dyson, HMY