Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training Course

Overview

Earn Your Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is a leading credential for professionals dedicated to process improvement, efficiency, and excellence. It is highly valued by organizations focused on minimizing waste and providing premium quality, defect-free products and services. This 100% online course provides the concepts, methodology, and preparation to qualify for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification exam.

Registration and Enrollment

This course is 100% online. Start anytime.

Job Outlook for Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

As organizations of all sizes emphasize productivity gains as strategic advantages, more and more are adopting methodologies such as Lean Six Sigma to govern their operations. The Green Belt identifies an employee or prospect as an accomplished, dedicated professional. According to PayScale.com, professionals with Lean Six Sigma credentials earn $84,000 per year on average.

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) expects job growth across the Management Analyst category to grow by 14% over the coming decade. This is almost triple the growth rate expected for all jobs.

Objectives

Understand Lean Six Sigma, its origins and its benefits.

Learn the Lean Six Sigma roles and principles and the 8 Wastes of Lean Management.

Master the Lean Six Sigma Improvement method known as DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control)

Learn to collect data and track the success of projects

Complete a real-world Lean Six Sigma project.

Prepare to take and pass the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification exam

Curriculum

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites to take this course.

Curriculum

INTRODUCTION TO GREEN BELT TRAINING

Overview of Lean Six Sigma, the 8 Wastes and DMAIC

DEFINE PHASE – HOW TO DEFINE THE PROBLEM

Creating the project charter, understanding the current state and develop project communication

MEASURE PHASE – HOW TO MEASURE THE CURRENT PROCESS

Select measures, planning and collecting baseline data

ANALYZE PHASE – HOW TO IDENTIFY THE CAUSE OF THE PROBLEM

Conducting data and process analysis; brainstorming, developing, and validating root causes

IMPROVE PHASE – HOW TO IMPLEMENT AND VERIFY THE SOLUTION

Crafting, filtering and determining solutions; conducting risk management

CONTROL PHASE – HOW TO MAINTAIN THE SOLUTION

Creating monitoring and response plans, project documentation

Instructor

Becky Swaim

Becky Swaim has taught since 2000, focusing on Administrative Assistant Fundamentals, Administrative Assistant Applications, and Individual Excellence. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication from California State University, Long Beach. Her experience includes managing large staff in medical billing and collections and as a program manager to various medical practices.

FAQs

WHAT IS LEAN SIX SIGMA?

“Six Sigma” describes a series of process improvement techniques designed to reduce errors and improve quality in an organization’s products and services. “Lean” is a management discipline that seeks to reduce waste and minimize associated costs. “Lean Six Sigma” represents the blending of the two philosophies into an operating system that maximizes quality while minimizing costs.

WHAT DOES A “GREEN BELT” IN LEAN SIX SIGMA INDICATE?

A Lean Six Sigma Green Belt improves productivity by focusing on the tools, methodologies and principles of Lean Six Sigma. Lean Six Sigma Green Belts are expected to design, implement, and manage productivity improvement projects and campaigns.

WHAT JOB TITLES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THE LEAN SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT?

Lean Six Sigma Green Belts may serve in one or more of the following capacities: Process Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Continuous Improvement Specialist, and many more. Lean Six Sigma Green Belts often become Six Sigma Consultants, as well.

WHAT DO LEAN SIX SIGMA GREEN BELTS DO?

The Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma is considered a hands-on credential. Green Belts commonly review processes, develop and deploy improvements using the Lean Six Sigma methodology and then manage the improved processes.

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Beverly Lucas, Director of Continuing Education
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Eddie J. WilliamsProject Assistant
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