The Lean Six Sigma (Green Belt) Training Certification accredited by CEPAS, (a Bureau Veritas company) is a globally recognised qualification in accordance with the ISO 18404 standard.
Candidates who hold Lean Six Sigma qualifications are highly sought-after by many organisations as they are specially trained to help businesses save costs, improve efficiency, reach business solutions as well as ensure greater customer satisfaction while implementing quality control processes.
Lean Six Sigma is made up of two approaches: Lean Management and Six Sigma. The Lean methodology focuses on maximising customer value and the reduction of wasted resources. Six Sigma, on the other hand, is a method that demonstrates how a business can continue to reduce process and product variation through a defined project approach.
Together, Lean Six Sigma has proven to be a successful methodology and is used by many organisations around the world. Not only does it help businesses reduce costs, but it also helps them to achieve business retention, improve staff morale as well as increase customer satisfaction.
ISO 18404:2015 is the international standard for both Lean and Six Sigma which defines the management systems requirements for successfully managing and utilising the Lean and Six Sigma methodologies, as well as the necessary competencies for individuals and businesses implementing the two approaches in their projects.
This five-day training course has been designed to teach you the core skills and techniques that make up the Lean Six Sigma methodology to enable you to pass the Lean Six Sigma exam and confidently implement your new-found knowledge within your organisation’s projects.
Once you have completed this course, you will be able to:
- List the basic tools and principles that underlie the Lean Six Sigma improvement model
- Identify opportunities to improve a process
- Define project improvement goals
- Identify how to plan for and conduct data collection to uncover root causes
- Describe how to verify root causes of process issues
- List how to implement simple but effective improvement techniques and concepts
- Identify how to sustain the gain of process improvements
Once you have obtained your Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification, you can move on to achieve your Black Belt qualification.
Is the Lean Six Sigma (Green Belt) course right for me?
In gaining your Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification, you will be equipped with the skills and techniques needed to be able to confidently improve the quality and processes within an organisation.
There are no prerequisites to start studying this five-day Lean Six Sigma (Green Belt) Training course.
The first two training days will recap the topics learned from Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt in more detail, while the last three days of training focus on Green Belt. (If you have already achieved your Yellow Belt qualification within the past 3 years, you have the option to skip the first two days of training).
What are the Lean Six Sigma (Green Belt) course topics?
- Re-cap of the topics learned in Lean Sigma Yellow Belt
- What is Lean Six Sigma?
- Process Flow and Value Stream Mapping
- Muda, Mura and Muri – The three diseases of Processes
- The Seven Wastes
- Cost of Poor Quality
- Define Phase
- Problem Definition
- Project Selection
- Business Case
- Project Charter
- Measure Phase
- Project Discovery
- Six Sigma Statistics
- Measurement System Analysis
- Process Capability
- Analyse Phase
- Inferential Statistics
- Correlation and Regression Analysis
- Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
- Improve Phase
- Lean Tools for Improvement
- Implementation Strategies for Improvements
- Control Phase
- Statistical Process Control (SPC)
- Control Charts
- DoE (Design of Experiments)
Delivery: Virtual classroom
Virtual Classroom Costs (Including Exams): £1,650