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Lean Six Sigma is a business and data-driven, disciplined approach to reducing waste and minimizing defects in any type of process (be it manufacturing or services). Lean Six Sigma focuses on reduction of waste, increased profitability, and customer satisfaction.
“As a Boeing program manager I utilized tools from the LSS program frequently when interfacing with hourly employees, salary employees, managers, mid-level managers and executives. I was able to bring what I learned in a manufacturing environment to my new position at Seattle City Light. I bring practical experience and interaction to class when teaching. I firmly believe in what I teach and sincerely care about the professional success of my students,” LSS instructor Nathan Navarro said. Read more... Lean Six Sigma Green and Black Belt certificates are now APPROVED FOR VA BENEFITS and WORKSOURCE funding. Register or Apply Now!
Continue to build on skills learned in the Green or Black Belt classes with an in-depth look at Value Stream Mapping.
Value Stream Mapping is a team-based process improvement technique used to evaluate and document current processes and design and generate a plan for a desired future state. This in-depth course is designed for Lean Six Sigma coaches, managers and leaders seeking a more structured approach to transforming and improving processes in a wide range of businesses and organizations. Register Now!
White Belts learn how the Lean Six Sigma continuous improvement process works in an organization. White Belts are typically supervisors, managers, directors or executive level staff who may be tasked with implementing and managing teams using the Lean Six Sigma process. White Belts provide strategic oversight and direction for projects, review progress, and assist in solution implementation. Fee includes lunch and a free registration for coworker/supervisor. Register Now!
Green Belts learn the comprehensive elements of Lean Six Sigma in order to assist staff in using the process and facilitate team efforts. They collect data, make initial interpretations and begin to formulate recommendations that are fed to Black Belts or the sponsoring managers. Green Belts typically facilitate 1-2 projects a year while maintaining their regular work duties. This course covers the concepts of Lean and Six Sigma for both manufacturing and service businesses. Students are provided an overview of Lean, Six Sigma and the DMAIC problem solving methodology. Included are both statistical and non-statistical techniques used for continuous process improvement such as process definition, process flow diagrams, data collection techniques, measurement techniques, causes of process variation, pareto diagrams, histograms, cause and effect diagrams, control charts and process capability analysis. Register Now!
Black Belts are experienced and well trained Lean Six Sigma professionals who provide project management, statistical analysis, financial analysis, meeting facilitation and project prioritization for the organization. The typical Black Belt leads several projects, coaches and mentors Green Belts and understands how to define a problem in order to quickly drive towards a solution. Black Belts often manage Lean Six Sigma projects full time and serve as the liaison between the staff and project sponsors and managers. Register or Apply Now!