Lean Sigma Green Belt

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Organisation profile

As multidisciplinary Continuous Improvement specialists, Mark and the team use their previous corporate business management experience to deliver practical, hands-on Lean Sigma education, mentoring and consultancy to organisations. We provide the skills and tools to implement a structured approach to business improvement and operational excellence resulting in significant client savings.

Training aim

On completion the participant will have the skills and tools to ensure a structured approach to problem solving and putting a sustaining mechanism in place to ensure problems do not re-occur.

Learning objectives

At the end of the course participants will be familiar with the following:

Using a formal problem solving method, DMAIC and problem solving tools to eliminate or improve process problems

Leading a cross-functional team through successful project completion

Quantify business and financial benefits for the organisation and the customer

Course outline

  • Introduction to Lean and Six Sigma
  • DMAIC Methodology and Tools
  • Lean Sigma Concepts and Tools
  • Defining the Project and Setting Goals
  • Measurement Techniques
  • Analysis of Process Data
  • Introduction to Statistical Tools
  • Cause and Effect
  • Process Capability using SPC
  • Co-ordinating Project Teams

Trainer's profile

Mark is a subject matter expert in Lean Sigma and a Master Black Belt practitioner. He specialises in mentoring organisations with a focus on developing continuous improvement environments using Lean Sigma. Mark graduated in 1986 from the University of Limerick with a B.Eng. in Production Engineering. Prior to setting up Stockil CI, Mark worked as Business Unit Manager in Moog, Corporate Supplier Engineering Manager in Logitech and held Engineering positions in both Apple and Western Digital.

Course duration

9 days over 12 weeks

Assessment & certification

QQI Level 7, 15 ECTS Credits, 273 CPD Points

Who should attend

It is recommended for all staff in a leadership role within the organisation and staff responsible for leading improvement in their organisation.

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