Green Belt Training

Why Lean Six Sigma?

Lean Six Sigma is used by most of the world’s leading organisations, including the majority of the Fortune 500, to realise substantial financial benefits by improving their business processes.

The techniques can be applied to all business processes, using sound statistical data to continuously improve the quality and reliability of outputs, and resultant customer satisfaction.

Like Lean Six Sigma, Lean originated in manufacturing and has now spread into almost all market sectors delivering considerable efficiencies.

Individuals experienced in Lean Six Sigma can bring considerable benefits to their employers and are highly sought after in the marketplace.

What is Green Belt?

The focus of Green Belt Training designed and conducted by our dedicated Lean Six Sigma Team, is the practical application of  about 30 tools and techniques taught, rather than just an academic exposure to them.

Prior to the beginning of the course, the Team will liaise with delegates to identify an appropriate process issue from their own environment that can be worked on both during and after the programme to demonstrate the application of Lean Six Sigma and to deliver hands-on experience in its implementation.

Green Belt training takes place over five days during which delegates will experience an engaging blend of presentation, activity, discussion and both individual and team-based case studies.

Throughout the week delegates will use Inform, Unipart’s proprietary, Excel-based training software programme. Inform includes all the statistical functionality required – normality testing, confidence intervals, handing Poisson data, mean and standard deviation etc – but in a highly visual and far more accessible format, than statistical packages. 

All delegates will receive a free copy of the software for their future use.

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