Understand problem solving and process improvement methods
Plan and manage a real Lean Six Sigma DMAIC project
Identify the elements of Cost of Poor quality and waste in a process
Structure a measurement system and identify the appropriate metrics to support quantitative process improvement efforts
Understand root cause analysis and value analysis methods Understand Process Improvement strategies
Communicate with key stakeholders and drive change in the organisation
Use many of the common process improvement tools
Our Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course focuses on team members understanding and applying the Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control (DMAIC) model which is the foundation of all Lean Six Sigma projects. The primary focus of Six Sigma is fundamentally about quality, customer focus and cost, where as Lean is about value, cost and speed.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belts are specialists in executing Lean Six Sigma Projects. With the right combination of specialist expertise, statistical analysis and structured Lean Six Sigma methodology, you will be able to achieve significant improvements in performance and quality. You might work alone or as a Junior Project Manager in a team or as a Team Member in larger Black Belt project.
About the Course
History of Lean Six Sigma
Roles and responsibilities in Lean Six Sigma
Project Charter including Problem Definition and goals, Business Case
Voice of the Customer including Critical to Quality (CTQ)
Voice of the Process including SIPOC
Lean Six Sigma and Project Management
Measurement Information Model
Selecting the right metrics
Sampling - basic concepts
Yield and Defects - Process capability measures
Developing a Process Baseline
Process Value analysis - Value stream mapping Root Cause Analysis - process decomposition Cause and Effect Matrices
Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA)
Inferential Statistics for Root Cause Analysis (overview)
Sustaining improvement Statistical Process Control (SPC) Control charts
model, it has a stronger focus on process rather data analysis. Team Leaders and Team Members are the brains and muscle behind the Lean Six Sigma programme, it is critical that they are equipped with the appropriate skills and tools to enable them to deliver current and future improvements.
Who Should Attend
Managers, Internal Consultants, Change Agents, Project Managers, Team Leaders and Team Members who will be involved in leading Lean Six Sigma projects will benefit from our course.
Full Materials Including Comprehensive Course Workbook
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Examination
Highly Skilled And Knowledgeable Tutors
Train staff in a proven business improvement approach, equipping them with the tools to improve existing processes and develop effective new processes.
Add value for customers, employees and shareholders by minimising process variation and waste.
Improve performance and reduce timescales for Lean Six Sigma projects.
Improve your understanding and awareness of Lean Six Sigma.
Gain sufficient understanding of Lean Six Sigma to be able to work effectively with, or as a member of, a process improvement team working in an environment supporting Lean Six Sigma.
Learn to analyse and refine processes to improve efficiency and remove waste using Lean.
Apply Six Sigma principles and techniques to reduce process variation and improve quality and consistency.
Contribute to your continuing professional development.
The main focus of this course is the application of Lean Six Sigma DMAIC methods to real life improvement projects within the delegate's own organisation. There are two anticipated entry points to this course:
Previous Yellow Belt training – the Green Belt course covers all of the material taught on the Yellow Belt course and serves as a refresher and then builds on the Yellow Belt knowledge. It is recommended that those who have attended the Yellow Belt course should use the methodology in their work environment before attending the Green Belt course. It is suggested a minimum of three months should be between the Yellow Belt and Green Belt course.
No previous training - This course also fully caters for those wishing to go straight to Green Belt level. All of the material taught at the Yellow Belt level is included in the course.
N.B. It is not a requirement to attend the Yellow Belt training before you attend the Green Belt course.
Green Belt preparation - Whilst the Yellow Belt training is intended to provide an overview of the methodology sufficient to participate as Project Contributors and undertake small improvements, Green Belts are required to lead at least one project, as part of the certification requirements. For this reason delegates are expected to bring a potential Green Belt project with them to the course. Aspects of their project will be looked at during the course. Support will be provided during the course to help delegates determine the suitability of their Lean Six Sigma project.
Delegates are also expected to bring an idea of a potential improvement to the course.
There is an exam at the end of the course. To achieve a Green Belt Certification, delegates are required to pass the Green Belt exam and to complete an improvement project demonstrating a use of appropriate tools, project results and business benefits.
Professional Development Units - PDUs
There are no professional qualification credits.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate
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Congratulations! You will be awarded the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate. You will now be able to demonstrate the required level of technical expertise, application experience and managerial skills to implement Lean and Six Sigma projects.
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