Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

This programme provides the route to becoming a Green Belt practitioner accredited to the benchmark British Quality Foundation certification but is equally for delegates who simply want to find out in detail what Lean Six Sigma is and how it works.

The course teaches you how to lead improvement projects using Lean Six Sigma’s world-class structured problem solving approach, tools and principles and become a Green Belt.  It teaches you how to understand, measure and manage processes. It teaches you how to collect and use process data but is free from advanced statistics.. 

This course is supported by access to Catalyst's on-line portal's video library covering all the topics taught on this module as well as copies of the course materials including the acclaimed published book The Lean Six Sigma Improvement Journey.

This is a complete course for Green Belts but is also the first module in the Advanced Green Belt and Black Belt Programmes.

If you would like to book a space on this course please phone 0131 225 5765 or contact us.

At A Glance

  • A thorough understanding of what Lean and Six Sigma are and how they are used together to help build a continuous improvement culture.
  • A systematic approach to tackle business problems and inefficiencies without the need for sophisticated statistical tools.
  • An extensive kit of practical tools to enable you to map, measure, analyse and improve processes.
  • How to use Lean Six Sigma to support implementation of the Excellence Model.

Who should attend

Delegates from service and manufacturing organisations and the public sector; including managers, professionals, analysts, quality personnel, continuous improvement leaders and teams.

Event Information

02/05/17 - 05/05/2017
Edinburgh
Cost per delegate

Non-members: £1 650.00 + VAT

Members: £1 485.00 + VAT

Qualification

The course leads to British Quality Foundation Green Belt where required. On completing the course, delegates will receive a certificate of attendance from Catalyst/Quality Scotland.

Accreditor

The British Quality Foundation