- Manage Complex improvement pathways successfully
- Get your organisation involved with improvement projects
- Improve your organization's performance
- Lean working as Second nature
- Master all Lean and Six Sigma instruments
Manage Complex improvement pathways? Improve your organization's performance? Learn it in the 7-day Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course of Learnit.Yes, I want to know more
Project leader in complex improvement pathways. Technical process expert. Change Agent. In The course Lean Six Sigma Green Belt You learn to work on multidisciplinary improvement projects from multiple perspectives.
As a Green Belt, would you like to carry out a Lean Six Sigma project from A to Z independently? During the seven-day training Lean Six Sigma Green Belt you will get to know all the instruments of Lean and Six Sigma even better and you will experience in practice how they reinforce each other. You will learn to actively steer towards cost control during a change process and at the same time shorten the lead time of the process. By implementing process improvements in which everything is implemented correctly at once (First Time Right).
After completing the course you will be able to perform (complex) change processes within your organisation. This way you put the best foundation for optimal performance and higher efficiency within your organisation.
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course consists of 7 intensive training days. During the training, a lot of attention is paid to change management: How do you get the organisation along? You will learn how to cope with resistances within your organisation and ensure that they are eliminated so that there is sufficient support for the process improvements.
In 4 days time we will delve deeper into the Six SIGMA project structure and related techniques, including:
In preparation for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt exam, you apply all the material from the previous training days to a practical case. On the basis of concrete questions, assignments, simulations and assignments, you will be included in a realistic project scenario, and you will learn how to successfully use the Lean and Six Sigma tools and techniques for the best result. At the end of the training you will take the exam. The cost of the exam is included in the price.
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course is designed for project managers, process managers and change managers who have the ambition to manage complex, multidisciplinary projects. It is the sequel to the Lean Six Sigma Orange Belt course.
At the end of the course Lean Six Sigma Greenbelt:
To participate in the training Lean Six Sigma Green Belt You must have the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt and Orange Belt. Knowledge of Excel is useful.
The training is provided by default in Dutch. The trainer controls the English language. English course material can be used. When registering at least 3 participants, the training can also be provided entirely in English.
Mentioned prices are per person, including course material. Lunch is included in the training on location.
|Duration||7 days||14 sessions of three hours|
|Price per day, excl. VAT||€ 500,-||€ 415,-|
|Total, incl. VAT||€ 4235,-||€ 3515,05|
After completing the training, a LEARNIT certificate will be issued as proof of participation.
We also organize this training online. For this we use Webbex or Zoom. Logging in with Skype is also possible. On request this training can also be organized with Microsoft Teams.
The training lasts 14 sessions of 3 hours, spread over 14 weeks.
The course Lean Six Sigma - Green Belt has been assessed with an average of 8.4.
"Useful and interesting training!"
"I like this kind of training, so I consider it should be done more often"
"The content of the course is fine, you get a clear picture of the applicability of the material within your own organisation. Nice exercises and a great teacher who knows how to teach in an inspiring way."
"During this training, I have been given many tools that I can easily apply in practice."
"It is an organisation that asks in advance what the training should be about and with how many participants, so you immediately know where you stand. I have experienced the cooperation as pleasant. A lot of information received but also applied in practice."