Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training

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This course examines how to use measurement process and plan. Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training Course is now recognised as an exciting programme that will bring you up to date on the latest techniques and approaches that are appropriate in Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.

By the end of this course participants will be able to:
• Understand the objectives and goals of Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.
• Know how to understand variability.
• Recognise the techniques for project planning.
• Understand how to measure basics.
• Know how to analysis.
• Know how to Verify causes
• Know how to Run charts

Methodology of Training
Effective presentations for each of the topics together with interactive trainer lead sessions of discussion. There will also be practical sessions and the participants have the opportunity to practice and experience. Role-plays, case studies, DVD’s, videos, small group work, exercises and feedback will be used to facilitate learning.

The Organisational Impact
• Participants will be able to work successfully in this course.
• Improve the planning skills for people.
• Improve Techniques for understanding variability
• Participants are encouraged to take new ideas and strategies.
• Participants will be able to Identify and segment Key Customers
• Participants will be able to Measure yield and capability

This course is designed for :
Managers, internal consultants, change agents, project managers, team leaders and team members who will be involved in Six Sigma projects.



23-27 May 2011

30 May –
3 June 2011

6-10 June 2011

13-17 June 2011

9-13 May 2011

16-20 May 2011










Additional Info

  • Day 1:


    •    Define
    •    Understanding Variability
    •    Project Charter
    •    Stakeholder Analysis
    •    Communication Plan
    •    Critical to Quality (CTQ) Requirements Verifying CTQs
    •    Hi-level Process map
    •    Identify and segment Key Customers
    •    Process Vision
    •    Project Plan

  • Day 2:


    •    Measure
    •    Measurement Basics
    •    Measurement process and plan
    •    Selecting Measures
    •    Cost of Poor Quality
    •    Data definition and sources
    •    Gauge R&R
    •    Sampling
    •    Measuring Value
    •    Measuring yield and capability
    •    Implementing the measurement plan

  • Day 3:


    •    Analyse
    •    Data Analysis
    •    Pareto charts
    •    Frequency charts
    •    Run charts
    •    Variation
    •    Process Mapping and Analysis
    •    Value Stream Analysis
    •    Cause and Effect Analysis
    •    Verifying causes
    •    Scatter diagrams
    •    Complexity
    •    Design of Experiment

  • Day 4:


    •    Improve
    •    Process Vision
    •    Brain storming
    •    Lean principles
    •    5S’s
    •    Little’s Law
    •    Push versus Pull
    •    Visibility
    •    Setup reduction
    •    Theory of Constraints
    •    Decision Analysis
    •    Impact Effort Matrix
    •    Selecting solutions
    •    Developing solution options
    •    Business scenarios
    •    Evaluating solutions
    •    Pilot testing
    •    FMEA risk analysis
    •    Implementation planning
    •    Force field analysis

  • Day 5:


    •    Control
    •    Simple and appropriate documentation
    •    Response Charts
    •    Mistake Proofing
    •    Statistical Control
    •    Variation
    •    Control Charts
    •    I, X Bar and R Charts
    •    Process Management
    •    Process Scorecards
    •    Project Close and Handover

  • Period: 5 Hours
  • Duration: 5 Days
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