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Green Belts spend around 20% of their time on improving processes. More than the basics, delegates learn how Lean and 6 Sigma tools are applied to bring about process change.Book Now
Green Belts typically focus on projects for 20% of their time, leading business projects that are aimed at eradicating process waste and reducing process variation – the aim being to improve reliability and quality. Green Belt training teaches a great deal more than the basics. We assess how the Lean and Six Sigma tools are applied to manufacturing and service processes, each day ends by reviewing a real project where we learn how the tools were applied to bring about business change and process improvements.
With an emphasis on the Six Sigma tool, set this course follows the Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control (DMAIC) road map. Aimed at delegates who want to know more than the basics the Green Belt course covers the lean six sigma tools in depth, each tool is brought to life with real life project examples. It is usual for Green Belts to run projects alongside their normal duties – so Engineers, Managers, Supervisors, Accountants, Project Managers, Front-Line Staff and Mid to Senior Level Executives will find this course exceptionally useful. Following this course delegates will have the ability and confidence to process improvement opportunities and create a project charter. By gaining an in-depth understanding of the most used and most useful tools delegates will also be able to lead cross functional projects and they will have a working knowledge of Minitab.
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