Lean Six Sigma is a training course that has been specifically tailored to improve any organisation performance through making process as lean as possible, which gives them a higher capacity to perform and succeed. Lean Six Sigma training is in high demand as it can help all business at any level.
Lean Six Sigma training was created as a result of Motorola, a well-established mobile phone company, decided in the 1980’s that they needed a framework that would allow them to streamline process throughout the business. This would mean greater performance for them and it was successful. It was so successful that Lean Six Sigma training became one of the most well recognised business improvement frameworks.
The main belts within Lean Six Sigma are yellow, green and black. Yellow being for any employee, green is for team leader and black for high levels of management. Yellow belt helps to streamline process at ground level, green belt focuses on the principles of Lean Six Sigma and black belt implements the entire element it to the whole business.
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt course lasts 10 days and during it you will take a yellow belt, green belt and black belt exam. Upon completion, you will have one of the most desirable qualifications for any business. However, the course does require you to do some reading before it begins. You will be required to have a laptop with Minitab installed, which inside it has the pre-course materials.
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt course structure is the first part of the course you will cover yellow and green belt Lean Six Sigma. During the second part of the course you will cover the black belt qualification. The course is half course work and half examination. The whole qualification is out of 100 mark and the pass rate is 70 marks.
Lean Six Sigma black belt can be delivered in three different ways, which are classroom, online and onsite.
Course Bargain’s instructors are driven at leading management consultants working on high profile projects with the knowledge of managing & using Lean Six Sigma best techniques in the manufacturing, utilities, retail, life sciences, and engineering, construction and central Government sectors.
Classroom training is where you can choose from a large variety of state of the art venues to attend the course. Our instructor are heavily experienced in Lean Six Sigma and training it, so can be sure your are receiving the best training possible. One of the main advantages of this method is during the course, the instructor will allow time for question you might have about the course material. This will help to clarify any confusion with the content. Another benefit of this method is your are in a environment where you feel comfortable enough to ask questions, without the need to hesitate.
Another method is online training where the exam and all of the course content is delivered online. One of our highly experienced instructor will guide you through the course, allowing you the chance to ask questions you might have. One of the immediate advantages is you don't need to travel to one of our high quality location, which saves you time and money. Another benefit is you can take the course at any time and place that suites you. Furthermore, you do have access to message board, where you can discuss issues you might have encountered.
The final method for taking Lean Six Sigma black belt is onsite training. This is where one of our highly experienced instructor are sent to your place to work. Also, any employer can control costs by limiting the number of people attending the course. Also, it allows for different departments to work together, which increases morale and team work. Furthermore, you are not required to travel to one of our state of the art locations, which saves you time and money. Finally, employers can overview the training process, which allow them to review the employee's performance.
Course Bargain’s Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training session is designed to guarantee that learners obtain a constant high quality of learning.
he Six Sigma Black Belt session includes subjects such as:
Operational performance supervision