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Lean Six Sigma

Updated: Dec 11, 2023

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt uses a set of key methodologies that aim to improve performance by systematically removing waste and reducing variation. Our Lean Six Sigma programme combines lean manufacturing with lean enterprise and six sigma tools to eliminate waste.

We offer two learning routes for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt programme, virtual classroom and face-to-face classroom.

A manufacturing leadership professional with hands-on sector experience delivers our Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.

  • This programme helps to provide a thorough knowledge of the principles and practises of Lean Six Sigma methodologies.

  • Participants can lead improvement projects using a structured problem-solving approach incorporating lean tools and systems.

  • Lean Six Sigma teaches students to learn how to collect, manage, and measure key business data.

Aim: To support the development of Lean Six Sigma skills and equip delegates with the tools needed to deliver business efficiency and productivity improvement projects.

Topics Covered:

  • Key Principles and Foundations of Lean and Six Sigma

  • Waste & Flow

  • Variation

  • Systematic Approach to D.M.A.I.C

  • Project selection


  • Voice of the Customer

  • Critical to Quality requirements

  • Stakeholder Analysis

  • Process Mapping, Flow Charts & Value Stream Mapping

  • VOC to CTQ Matrix

  • Measurement plans

  • Introduction to Gauge R and R

  • Data Collection & Data Analysis Methods

  • SPC (statistical process control)

  • Process Capability

  • Fishbone/Ishikawa diagrams

  • Process Flow and Waste

  • Pareto Charts & Basic Graphs

  • Hypothesis Tests

  • Lean Solutions

  • SMED

  • Batch size Reduction

  • Force Field Analysis

  • Introduction to Theory of Constraints

  • FMEA

  • Poka Yoke

Learning outcomes:

  • Understand the scope and breadth of a Lean Six Sigma project

  • Gain an understanding of what waste is and how to identify it so that it can be minimised

  • Learn which tools are relevant for each project stage

  • Become aware of variation and the tools and techniques used to reduce it.

  • Be aware of the infrastructure needed to support a Lean Six Sigma initiative.



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