Green Belt certification is ideal for those who are part of a Six Sigma Management Team and those who are assisting with data collection and analysis for improvement projects. Green Belt training will allow you to implement Lean Six Sigma proficiently.
Lean Six Sigma is a disciplined, problem-solving and process improvement approach that focuses on eliminating waste, reducing variability, and improving customer satisfaction. The benefits of Lean Six Sigma ultimately drive right to the bottom line! This course will prepare you to lead smaller scoped projects in your immediate work environment, or to participate more effectively in complex projects led by a higher-level practitioner.
Green Belts are typically process managers/leaders who manage a couple of projects each year in their functionally specific area of the organization while maintaining their regular work duties. OpusWorks'® Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course artfully blends the tools of Lean with the rigorous DMAIC problem solving methodology and statistical toolset.
Using our Blended Learning Design, Green Belt students utilize visually eye-catching online modules to gain a deeper understanding of Lean and DMAIC methodologies. Virtual Classroom sessions allow instructors to build upon this knowledge and focus the learning for immediate action.
Learn the basics of a time proven problem solving and process improvement approach through highly interactive, self-paced e-Learning, followed by scheduled instructor-led virtual classroom sessions to reinforce your learning. Throughout the course, you will work in small virtual teams to complete a simulated project to practice your newly acquired skills.
This course requires about 5.5 hours per week for 12 weeks, of which 4 hours are self-paced independent study, and 1.5 hours are scheduled virtual classroom time. When you meet all the requirements of the course, you will be awarded a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification from OpusWorks Institute.
- Managing Project - Teamwork
- Process Based Costs
- Voice of the Customer
- Measurement System Analysis
- Introduction to Lean *
- Scatter Diagrams
- Eight Wastes *
- Cause and Effect Diagrams
- Current State Value Stream Mapping *
- Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
- Future State Value Stream Mapping *
- Introduction to Process Capability
- Kaizen Event *
- Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
- 5S *
- Process Capability Assessments
- Visual Management *
- Selecting the Solution
- Standard Work *
- Controlling the Process
- Error Proofing *
- Control Charts
- Changeover Reduction
- What is Statistics?
- Total Productive Maintenance
- Organizing/Presenting Data
- Workplace Design and Layout *
- Measures of Central Tendency
- Flow and Pull Systems *
- Measures of Dispersion
- Six Sigma Introduction
- Introduction to Inferential Statistics
- Introduction to Process Mapping
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