Six Sigma Green Belt - 5 day course
Six Sigma Green Belt - 5 day course

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Six Sigma Green Belt - 5 day course

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This is a 5 day Six Sigma Green Belt Course - Get your ticket free by introducing 2 other course fee paying members

By achieving a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma, you will understand and be able to implement many ways to improve your business processes, quality and profitability.

After attending our Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training course, you will have the tools and knowledge to run individual Six Sigma projects. Once you have one under your belt, you can take our Black Belt Conversion training course.



At the end of the five day Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training course delegates will understand and be able to:

  • Apply the principles of the Six Sigma DMAIC performance improvement model.

  • Establish the “Voice of the Customer” in defining the required performance standard.

  • Use a number of measurement approaches and tools to establish current performance.

  • Use appropriately a number of basic analysis tools and techniques to establish the root cause of a problem.

  • Understand key lean concepts and tools, when and how to apply them to drive improvements

  • Recognise the difference in approach and techniques for incremental and redesign improvement strategies and know how to decide on the correct approach.

  • Establish ongoing process controls and process governance structures


Course Content


  • Understanding Variability

  • Project Charter

  • Stakeholder Analysis

  • Communication Plan

  • Identify and segment key

  • Customers Critical to Quality (CTQ)

  • Requirements Verifying CTQs

  • Hi-level Process map

  • Process Vision

  • Project Plan



  • Data Analysis

  • Pareto charts

  • Frequency charts

  • Run charts

  • Variation

  • Process Mapping and Analysis

  • Value Stream Analysis

  • Complexity Cause and Effect Analysis

  • Verifying causes

  • Scatter diagrams

  • Design of Experiments


  • Measurement Basics

  • Measurement process and plan

  • Selecting Measures

  • Measuring Value

  • Cost of Poor Quality

  • Data definition and sources

  • Gauge R&R

  • Sampling

  • Measuring yields and capability

  • Implementing the measurement plan

Six Sigma is a business management strategy originally developed by Motorola, USA in 1986. Your Lean Six Sigma certification will ensure you improve the quality of your process outputs. By identifying and removing the causes of defects (errors) and minimising variability in manufacturing and business processes.

The Lean Six Sigma certification uses a set of quality management methods, including statistical methods, and creates a special infrastructure of people within the organization (e.g. "Black Belts" and "Green Belts") who are experts in these methods. Each Lean Six Sigma project carried out within an organisation follows a defined sequence of steps and has quantified financial targets (cost reduction or profit increase).

There are actually four levels of Lean Six Sigma Training - Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt and Champion:

Six Sigma Yellow Belt
Yellow Belts are trained in the basics of Lean Six Sigma, and can typically carry out performance improvements within their teams.

Six Sigma Green Belt
Green Belt professionals are trained and certified at a more advanced level, in the tools and approach of Lean Six Sigma. They tackle change within their business in addition to their other responsibilities.

Six Sigma Black Belt
A Black Belt is fluent in the use of the Lean Six Sigma approach and tools, often delivers major performance or efficiency transformation for a business. Typically, they are Change Leaders within the business.

Six Sigma Champions
The Champions are those that sponsor performance improvement projects. Typically, they are managers of processes and business areas that are trained to pinpoint where transformation / improvement needs to occur they remove barriers to the implementation of changes.

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