Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB) course educates trainees in the Lean Six Sigma Methodology. These are used to improve production processes, and subsequently minimize end product defects, using the DMAIC (Define Measure Analyze Improve Control) improvement cycle. The course focuses majorly on the practical implementation of Six Sigma tools and techniques in the organization. It imparts knowledge of measurement of performance to identify projects and root causes of issues, generate solutions with real life applications.
- Provide comprehensive knowledge to participants about the tool and techniques, advantages, and Challenges of the Six Sigma and Lean methodologies.
- Teach students both quantitative and qualitative methods from the complementary domains of Lean and Six Sigma.
- Provide knowledge to students to form and effectively lead a six sigma project team.
- Provide knowledge to students to apply DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) and Various six sigma tools in process and quality improvement.
- Provide knowledge of Kaizen projects
- To equip students with knowledge to communicate using Six Sigma and Lean concepts
- Equip students with knowledge to avoid pitfalls in implementing six sigma.
- Nurture managerial and leadership qualities
- Learn to remove redundancy and deadlocks in projects
- Optimize processes and lower operation costs
- Learn to deliver better quality products
- Better job prospects
- Salary hike
- Opportunities to work on exciting and challenging projects
Who Should Take Up LSSGB Certification
- Team Leaders, Supervisors, Associates, Quality Assurance Engineers, Project Managers, Software Professionals, Practitioners, Quality Analysts, Working Executives and Senior Management
- People pursuing full-time leadership roles in improvement projects
- Business managers seeking to improve key processes majorly
- Functional managers aiming to bring substantial business results
- Individuals aiming for a Black Belt in Six Sigma methodology
- Consultants and researchers involved in improvement practices