Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

LEAN TEAM 285

Organisation profile

LeanTeams’ goal is to help businesses work smarter, not harder. They achieve this by helping you to unlock the potential of the people behind the processes in your  organisation.  As a result of their lean business training, their expert 1:1 mentoring and their own experiential simulation game, their clients are more competitive, profitable, and have lower employee attrition rates.

LeanTeams have been delivering Lean Six Sigma training since 2006.  They have trained and mentored organisations worth over €10 million in financial savings for their clients.

Training aim

This program provides individuals with the Lean tools required for continuous improvement projects.  In addition to the training, participants will participate in their own experiential simulation game, and they will assign a 1:1 expert Lean Mentor to help your employees fully implement the practical application of Lean to your own business.

Learning objectives

• Construct a problem statement to clearly outline the business challenge

• Document the Voice of the Customer

• Understand a business dashboard

• The DMAIC or 8-step process improvement methodology

• Process mapping

• Use TAKT time to identify process bottlenecks

• Run a Kaizen event and identify countermeasures

• Use an Impact/Ease chart to prioritise ideas

• Understand the 10 Lean business wastes

• The application of standard work

Course outline

Their Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt program is called LeanEssentials. It is appropriate for employees at all levels of your company, from the shop floor to senior management. LeanEssentials provides individuals with the Lean tools required for continuous improvement projects. In addition to the training, participants will participate in their own experiential simulation game, and they will assign a one-on-one expert Lean Mentor to help your employees fully implement the practical application of Lean to your own business.

  • Onboarding Session
  • Business Simulation
  • Kaizen
  • DMAIC or 8 Step Problem-Solving
  • Countermeasures
  • Process Mapping
  • Takt Time
  • Ten Lean business wastes
  • Standard Work

Trainer's profile

Steve Halpin has a background in engineering and has worked in Operations Management roles for multi-national corporations for over 20 years.  He is also Chairman of the Dublin Lean Network which was set up to bring businesses of all sizes and industries together to share Lean business ideas and best practices.

Course duration

LeanEssentials is run over 8 weeks consisting of 2 online classroom sessions and 5 mentor 1-1 sessions followed by a process improvement presentation.

Assessment & certification

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

Who should attend

Lean Essentials training is suitable for any participant in any role from the shop floor to senior management.

Website

https://leanteams.com/lean-essentials-online-training/