Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Outline | Credits: 5.6
The course is designed to facilitate appropriate application of Lean and Six Sigma tools in the minimization of process waste and the reduction of process variability. Emphasis is placed on providing trainees with the well known concepts, tools and methodologies to apply the DMAIC and Lean methodologies to assist in problem solving initiatives associated with costly problems. The course is project-based and process-oriented. It is designed to promote quick application of the tools to save both time and money. MMTC strongly recommends that certification candidates have a managerial sponsor support their project selection and completion.
Over eight days, individuals are introduced to:
- Lean Six Sigma definitions and concept correlations
- Understanding losses attributed to waste
- Selecting and organizing a good starting project
- Define– Measure– Analyze – Improve– Control
- Value Stream Mapping and Swim Lanes
- Project Charters
- Standardized Work
- Reliability and Asset Utilization
- Basic Statistics
- Measurement System Analysis
- Quick Change Over (SMED)
- Basic Design of Experiments
- Correlation and Regression Analysis
- Total Productive Maintenance
- Cellular Manufacturing
- Ability to recognize and define Lean Six Sigma project opportunities within a business process
- Basic skills necessary to show improvement as related to a Lean Six Sigma initiative using the LEAN-DMAIC problem-solving methodologies and the associated tools
- Working knowledge of fundamental statistical tools and Lean concepts
- Skills to develop and implement controls designed to reduce process variation and reduce/eliminate defects/defectives as well as waste.
CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: After meeting the requirements listed below, the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt candidate will receive Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification issued by the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center along with a plaque.
- Attend all training sessions
- Complete and pass course examinations
- Submit a Lean Six Sigma project report which:
- Includes a project charter describing financial impact
- Demonstrates use and understanding of the LEAN-DMAIC process
- Demonstrate use and understanding of appropriate tools
- Provides evidence of both Lean and Six Sigma contributions
- Exhibits evidence that appropriate controls were implemented
- Reviewed and approved by Six Sigma Master Black Belt
For more information on MMTC's Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification program, contact us at 888-414-6682 or via email at email@example.com.