LEAN Specialist – Green Belt in Six Sigma

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Our Specialist Training programme consists of two types of Lean Green Belt training. The LEAN Practitioner is one of them and LEAN Specialist in Six Sigma is the follow-up training. During the Lean Specialist training, the Six Sigma principles are discussed in the context of the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control) methodology, through which you learn to understand and reduce variation using statistical models and a systematic approach.

The Green Belt should be able to put the learned skills into practice by leading Six Sigma improvement projects.

Learning Objectives

The LEAN Practitioner – Green belt training is the basis and pre-requisite for participation in this LEAN Specialist in Six Sigma training. This is necessary so that participants have experience with DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control), A3 thinking and are trained on specific tools they will need for this Six Sigma training. After completing the training, you should be able to put the skills you have learned into practice and be able to lead Six Sigma improvement projects.

At the end of the training, you will be able to:

  • Understand the basic principles of Lean Six Sigma
  • Learn the Six Sigma principles and understand how to take a systematic approach to continuous improvement
  • Understand the Six Sigma practice and specific tools to reduce variation using statistical models
  • Extend knowledge in Six Sigma techniques using the DMAIC method
  • Apply DMAIC and common tools to solve daily problems
  • Facilitate the Problem Solving process for the 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 Six Sigma projects within their own working environment and for anyone wishing to promote Six Sigma practices throughout their organisation.

Training overview

  • Hands-on classroom training
  • Accreditation level: LCS-1c
  • Training duration: 5 days (40 hours)
  • Pre-Course: LEAN Practitioner – Green Belt training
  • Theoretical and practical exam

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

Training model & course duration

The LEAN Practitioner – Green Belt is a hands-on classroom training delivered 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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