|Taking around 12 hours to complete, project, team or other leaders will benefit from this more in-depth course, which will leave you with a good knowledge of the tools and techniques to make your project or organisation more efficient.
A lot of organizations implement the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification, because it’s one of the most notable ways on how to improve the quality of service. The Lean Six Sigma focuses on the rate at which an organization fails to provide acceptable services as well as products. The Green Belt Certification is a professional credential used in order to ensure quality improvement in organizations, such as process management organizations, manufacturing firms but increasingly now applied in professional services firms such as banks, trust companies, law offices, consultancies and IT companies.
Our Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course builds on the principles developed in the Yellow Belt training program. By the end of this course you should:
· Understand what the concepts of Lean, Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma are and be able to apply them to real-world situations
· Be able to explain these concepts to others
· Be hungry for continuous improvement, learning and development.
We suggest you complete the Yellow Belt course before starting this course, this will ensure you have a good understanding of the key principles developed by this training material.
Course length: 12 hours
|Cost: £199 + GST/VAT|
DMAIC is the problem-solving methodology behind Lean Six Sigma. It consists of five Phases: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control. It is pronounced “duh-may-ik”.
Define: What problem would you like to fix?
Measure: How does the process currently perform and what is the magnitude of the problem? Measurement is critical throughout the life of the project
Analyse : What is causing the problem? The Analyze Phase is often not given enough attention and, without analysis, teams jump to solutions before knowing the true root causes of the issues.
Improve: How will the team mitigate the root causes of the problem? Once the project teams have determined the root causes it’s time to develop solutions
Control: How do you sustain the improvement? Now that the process problem is fixed and improvements are in place, the team must ensure that the process maintains the gains