Six Sigma Green Belt training provides training in the techniques of Six Sigma, its metrics and how to calculate them and improvement methodologies focussed on Six Sigma theories and practices. A green belt certifies knowledge of how to implement Six Sigma methodologies for the improvement of production and transactional systems to better meet customer expectations and bottom-line objectives of their organisation. Green Belt Six Sigma demonstrates how to successfully manage and implement a project.
The responsibilities of a Green Belt
A Green Belt typically has more in depth knowledge of Six Sigma and leads projects on their own. They are often responsible for the collection of data, development of process maps and action plans that facilitate Six Sigma implementation of a project. A Green Belt participates as a team leader and can be a subject matter expert (SME) on a project or projects. In addition, Green Belts are responsible for running process improvement projects using the PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) methodology. PDCA, often referred to as the Deming Wheel, enables Green Belts to identify processes that could benefit from improvement. A DMAIC methodology is used to maximize cost savings using Statistical Process Control.
What our training provides
Six Sigma Green Belt training introduces process management and the tools of Six Sigma, giving employees a stronger understanding of processes, enabling them to have the tools and techniques needed in achieving the organisation’s overall objectives. Our Six Sigma Green Belt also improves:
The effectiveness of employees in developing project leadership
Personnel buy-in of Six Sigma
Day-to-day workplace activities (resulting in a reduction of cycle times, improved quality, and less waste)
Builds on the methodologies of Six Sigma Yellow Belt
The Green Belt gathers and interprets data, leads in problem-solving exercises and manages a project. Not only do Green Belts gain the skills necessary to identify, monitor and control profit-eating practices in their own processes, but they are also able to support Black Belts working on larger system projects.
Why does Continuous Improvement work?
Staff feel they are able to make a change in their own areas
Staff feel they have a say and are supported
The right people make the right decisions around change
Everyone feels engaged and involved.
Continuous Improvement involves utilising the Plan, Do, Check and Act cycle.
This simple technique explains how to plan for and implement change.
Have you asked yourself why change is never sustained?
Do you understand why changes revert to previous states?
Why aren’t your changes impactful and measurably sustained?
Locations we deliver to:
Marble Arch - Edgware Road
86 Edgware Rd
Hawk Training - Twickenham
70 London Road
Why not bring the training in-house?
We offer in-house training to cohorts. Contact us to find out more!
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