Lean Sigma Six (LSS) is an internationally recognised work methodology applicable to all organisations, including engineering firms. Its aim is to save time and improve organisational processes to become more cost efficient.
It focuses on the elimination of process waste, reducing variation through identifying the root causes and defects, as well as efficiency and productivity improvement.
The LSS Green Belt five-day course will introduce you to a range of tools and techniques that form part of the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control) process to dramatically improve your business and make data-based decisions. It will also equip you to complete a full Green Belt level project.
Throughout the course you’ll use many real-life examples and practise using Sigma XL (Statistical Data Analysis Package).
The training is certified by IASSC (International Association of Six Sigma Certification). By completing this course you will obtain Green Belt proficiency.
Please note: this course prepares you to sit for the exams at these levels through the International Association for Six Sigma Certification (IASSC), but does not include the certificate.
Please contact IASSC regarding exam requirements: www.iassc.org
LSS Yellow Belt - options
You may choose to finish this course at the conclusion of the third day and attain your LSS Yellow Belt proficiency. Green Belt proficiency is attained after the full five days.
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This course has been designed for engineers as well as those who work in finance, insurance, human resources and many other areas within an engineering firm. It caters to all individuals who work with processes that require improvement.
Ross Blaikie is a mechanical engineer with over 12 years' experience in organisational and learning development. He is a highly skilled facilitator, presenter and trainer. Ross has utilised skills gained as an engineer and a Six Sigma Black Belt to develop and implement a range of OD, L&D and change management projects.
Ross has managed the L&D function at AECOM, New South Wales, and more recently AECOM in the Middle East, involving development and delivery of learning solutions.
Day one - define phase
Day two - measure phase
Day three - analyse phase
Day four - improve phase
Day five - control phase