Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Program
Lean Six Sigma (LSS) training and certification prepares practitioners to apply the LSS tools and deliver results, focused on customer needs and business success. This highly interactive course uses several case studies, simulations, and games. No prerequisites are needed.
Green Belt Overview
Green Belts are typically Six Sigma practitioners who complete five half days of Six Sigma training and play a functional role in support of larger Six Sigma efforts. A Green Belt is dedicated to communicating the fundamental principles of Lean Six Sigma with colleagues and inspires creativity and change with measurable results.
Class Starts: May 19, 2015 to June 16, 2015, Tuesday nights, from 5:30-9:30 pm
Class meets for 5 sessions
Green Belt Objectives:
- Learn LSS philosophy and Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control (DMAIC) methodology
- Obtain knowledge of the most common Lean and Six Sigma tools
- Learn techniques for identifying and selecting opportunities for improvement
- See how LSS can impact bottom line and overall business performance
- Apply LSS concepts on a project to improve business processes
- Begin creating a culture of Continuous Improvement utilizing LSS
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Benefits:
Increase employee involvement through active participation on process improvement teams. Involving employees in the implementation of quality activities give them a greater appreciation for the impact of their work and a greater appreciation for how the work of other employees and departments also contribute to success.
Reduce cost through process improvement and require less time and employee resources to decrease deficiency and error. By examining the various steps involved in a process, understanding what customers value and then taking steps to eliminate unnecessary steps while increasing value. Companies using Lean Six Sigma can significantly decrease costs and increase customer value.
Acknowledge Customer Needs
Lean Six Sigma focuses on process improvement as well as improvements to product delivery methods and other customer service activities that impact customer satisfaction. Increased customer satisfaction will lead to repeat business, increased margins, and business success.
Please contact Nikki Shimozaki, Assitant Director of Corporate and Community Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619-563-2868Point Loma Nazarene University 4007 Camino Del Rio S. San Diego, CA 92108