Green Belt Practitioner Lean Training

Lean Six Sigma – Green Belt Practitioner

£499.00

The Lean Consulting courses are designed to ensure delegates receive a consistently high standard of training. Our Greenbelt Practitioner course trains delegates in the following:

  • Lean & Six Sigma Methodologies, Concepts and History
  • 5 Lean Principles
  • DMAIC & DMADV
  • Project Management skills
  • Analysis of VoC, Kano, CTQ Trees
  • Value Stream Mapping, Process Mapping & SIPOCs
  • 8 Wastes & 5S
  • Systems Thinking
  • Understanding Demand and Value Adding Analysis
  • Cause & Effect and 5 Whys
  • Error Proofing and solution tools
  • Common Data Analysis tools
  • Graphical Data Displays and Analysis
  • Distribution & Frequency
  • Gauge R&R
  • FMEA
  • Implementation, Experiments and Control Plans
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Course Description

Course Description

Welcome to Lean Consulting Green Belt Practitioner course. This course aims to provide delegates with an awareness and understanding of Lean Six Sigma thinking principles, concepts, philosophy and development.

Lean is a collection of ideas, concepts and techniques that have been developed and refined over the years to form a comprehensive approach to improving the way we do business.

No one ‘owns’ Lean and there are many, many companies that specialise in Training people and companies in ‘Lean’. Here at Lean Consulting, we’ve developed our course by learning from some of the foremost authorities on Lean Practice and Learning in the world.

What am I going to get from this course?

The Lean Consulting courses are designed to ensure delegates receive a consistently high standard of training. Our Greenbelt Practitioner course trains delegates in the following:

  • Lean & Six Sigma Methodologies, Concepts and History
  • 5 Lean Principles
  • DMAIC & DMADV
  • Project Management skills
  • Analysis of VoC, Kano, CTQ Trees
  • Value Stream Mapping, Process Mapping & SIPOCs
  • 8 Wastes & 5S
  • Systems Thinking
  • Understanding Demand and Value Adding Analysis
  • Cause & Effect and 5 Whys
  • Error Proofing and solution tools
  • Common Data Analysis tools
  • Graphical Data Displays and Analysis
  • Distribution & Frequency
  • Gauge R&R
  • FMEA
  • Implementation, Experiments and Control Plans