LEAN Practitioner – Green Belt in LEAN

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Our ‘Specialist Training’ program consists of two types of Lean Green Belt training. The LEAN Practitioner is one of them. The LEAN Practitioner in Green Belt training covers topics in Lean Manufacturing with an emphasis on eliminating waste and non-value adding processes so that systems can flow efficiently. The training will teach participants specific Lean tools in the context of the DMAIC methodology in both manufacturing and transactional/business environments.

Specific tools for Six Sigma are beyond the scope of this training and will be taught separately in the LEAN Specialist in Six Sigma training.

Learning Objectives

The LEAN Foundation – Yellow belt or LEAN Management training are the basis and pre-requisite for participation in this LEAN Practitioner – Green Belt training. This is required so that participants have experience with DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control) and A3 thinking before starting the Green Belt – Lean training. After completing the training you should be able to put the learned skills into practice by leading improvement projects.

In addition, you will be able to:

  • Understand the basic principles / fundamentals of Lean Six Sigma
  • Learn the Lean principles and understand how to apply a systematic approach to continuous improvement
  • Gain insight into lean practice and specific tools in the context of the DMAIC methodology, both in manufacturing and in the transactional/business environment
  • Expand knowledge in Lean Manufacturing techniques using the DMAIC methodology
  • Apply DMAIC and common tools to solve daily problems
  • Facilitate the Problem Solving process for your identified problem (with coaching)

Solving problems

Lean Six Sigma focuses on mapping processes and using proven methodologies to sustainably improve organisations.

Continuous improvement

By following a training you can learn how to apply techniques in a structured way to solve daily problems.

LCS accredited

All our Lean training courses are accredited by the leading institute LCS.

For whom?

This course is ideal for project leaders of Lean projects within their own work environment and for anyone who wants to stimulate Lean thinking and problem solving throughout their organisation.

Training overview

  • Hands-on classroom training
  • Accreditation level: LCS-1c
  • Course duration: 5 days (40 hours)
  • Pre-course: LEAN Foundation – Yellow Belt or LEAN Management training
  • Theoretical and practical exam

During the practical assignment, a number of hours of on-site coaching will be provided by a certified Master Black Belt consultant from Perfact.

Training Model & Course Length

The LEAN Practitioner – Green Belt is a hands-on classroom training given by a certified Master Black Belt and lasts 5 days.

Perfact LEAN Academy

  • Our Lean Training Programme is accredited by the leading accreditation body LCS (Lean Compentency System).
  • All elements of our training system are aligned with the LCS principles of Lean Thinking and appropriately designed to support a systematic approach to continuous improvement.
  • We are able to share our Lean knowledge and thinking in such a way that everyone is able to create a continuous improvement work environment using a particular method.
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Coppe Sturmans Director


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