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Training

We offer comprehensive training courses in Lean Six Sigma Yellow and Green Belt certifications. These certifications are highly regarded in the industry and can significantly enhance your skills and career prospects.

What is Lean Six Sigma?

Lean Six Sigma represents a comprehensive managerial methodology for enhancing business performance by integrating the principles of Lean and Six Sigma. This approach effectively merges the distinctive strengths of Lean, which emphasises speed, efficiency, and waste reduction, with Six Sigma's focus on effectiveness and error elimination.

By adopting Lean Six Sigma, organisations can achieve significant improvements in both quality and efficiency. The Lean component targets the acceleration of processes and the elimination of wasteful elements, drawing inspiration from Lean Manufacturing initially developed by Toyota. In parallel, Six Sigma concentrates on enhancing effectiveness and minimising errors, originally formulated by Motorola.

Widely recognized and implemented globally, Lean and Six Sigma have demonstrated success across various industries. When skillfully combined and applied, Lean Six Sigma serves as a potent management tool, providing a structured approach to problem-solving and contributing to substantial enhancements in organisational performance.

Choose Your Level

Yellow Belt

Become an effective process improvement team member

Green Belt

Become a specialist in the implementation of Lean Six Sigma projects

What will you learn?

  • The general philosophy of process improvement and why it is important

  • Awareness of various methods for process improvement

  • How improvement projects must be implemented

  • Setting up and facilitating Kaizen teams

  • Techniques to create a culture of continuous improvement

  • The tools and techniques needed to create stable and efficient processes

What will you learn?

  • The general philosophy of process improvement

  • The role and responsibilities of leadership to coach and inspire improvement teams

  • The way improvement projects should be executed

  • Tools and techniques to visualise, analyse and improve the logistical flow of processes.

  • The proper and organised work environment, reliable equipment and standardised work required

  • The application of Six Sigma and statistical tools to assure a valid and reliable performance

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