Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training, An Overview of the Green Belt Training curriculum

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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course Outline

All the materials you will need for the completion of your Lean Sigma Green Belt training are contained in the student centre. Please study the materials in the order they are presented. Simply click on the title and the video / presentation will open up. When you are finished, continue on to the next section, ensuring you have also studied the videos to ensure understanding. 

Once you have studied all the materials in that particular section, you are ready to sit the multiple choice Exam for that section.

You will need to achieve a minimum score of 70% to pass the exam. If you score less than this, you can retake the exam as many times as you need to. Once the exam has been passed, you will move onto the next section and continue through until all modules have been completed. Following this, you will need to submit your Green Belt Project, along with any supporting documentation.

We suggest you use the Project Control Document as a template for this Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training, however, any format is acceptable, as long as it demonstrates that you have led / participated in a project following the DMAIC or PDCA methodologies that has delivered tangible results (Quality, Cost or Delivery). 

There is a short video in the student centre demonstrating how to use the Project Control Document - Some advanced practitioners will be able to complete all requirements within three months, whilst others with less experience may take anything up to a year. Remember, this is not a race. It is an investment in yourself and your future. It's more important that you can apply the things you learn, so don't rush simply to get through it. Recommended additional reading The following books are not mandatory for the Green Belt qualification, but they will help to complete your understanding of the philosophies and cultural aspects of change within any organisation. The Toyota Way Jeffrey Liker, The Six Sigma Handbook, Thomas Pyzdek and The Secret of a Winning Culture, Larry E. Senn & John Childress

Below is a brief summary of the Green Belt modules

Lean Sigma Overview – This section will take you through an overview of Lean Six Sigma and present some highly workable methods of applying the tools. 

• Lean Sigma Overview

• Standard Business Roadmap - Overview

DMAIC – Define – This section will take you through the define stage of the DMAIC cycle. 

• Define

• DMAIC Project Control Documentation Save this file for use in your Green Belt Project

DMAIC – Measure - This section will take you through the Measure stage of the DMAIC cycle. 

• Measure

• Basic Statistics

• Process Mapping

DMAIC – Analyse - This section will take you through the Analyse stage of the DMAIC cycle. 

• Analyse - Lean Sigma

• FMEA

• Problem Solving

• PDCA (Plan Do Check Act)

DMAIC Improve - This section will take you through the Improve stage of the DMAIC cycle. 

• Improve

• 5S

• Standard work overview

• Standard Operations

• Line Balance

• Takt Time

• Kaizen / Focused Improvement Teams

• 7 Wastes

DMAIC Control - This section will take you through the Control stage of the DMAIC cycle. 

• Control

• Skills Matrices

• OEE

• Performance Management Systems

Upon successful completion of all modulesin your Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training, you will then be eligible to submit your Green Belt project summary.

This should be in either PDCA or DMAIC format and we highly recommend using the Project Control Document supplied with this course. This summary should cover all aspects of the project, with examples, diagrams, graphs and any other supporting information included. You should also include any meeting minutes to verify plans, tollgates, agreements etc. and also any testimonials received during the course of the project or at it’s completion. Once completed, upload the Project Control Document and any supporting documentation to the student centre.

Upon successful completion of the exam and satisfactory project summary, your certification will be validated and relevant documentation will be available to you.