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A two-day course to give you the tools and skills to lead small-scale improvement projects in your workplace using Lean Six Sigma



2-day classroom training. Dates to be confirmed

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Who Should Attend?

As this is a hands-on workshop, participants will leave the course with skills they can implement immediately and understand the project methodology to run & complete a Lean Six Sigma project. Strongly relevant to managers & supervisors responsible for the results of their teams, as well as anyone connected with a process in need of improvements. Equally suitable for non-profit organisations

What to Expect

This workshop is an extension of the one-day White Belt class with a deeper dive into the Lean Six Sigma tools and techniques. You will develop the knowledge to run and complete a small-scale Lean Six Sigma project, and develop the confidence to lead a team to implement improvements


To become a certified Yellow Belt each student will need to complete these two steps;

  • Attend the training
  • Complete an online exam (80% pass rate)

Course Outline

  • Module 1 – Define
    • What is Lean, Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma
    • Lean Six Sigma principles
    • Waste categories measured in Lean
    • The Importance of Variance Reduction in work processes
    • How to Determine the Cost of Poor Quality
    • How to establish customer driven specifications (Upper and Lower Spec Limits, Target, and Range)
    • Six Sigma Classroom Simulation – Baseline
    • Input-Process-Output diagram
    • How to Implement a Lean program in your company


  • Module 2 – Measure
    • Pareto Diagram
    • Process Mapping
    • Process Flow diagram
    • Basic Lean Six Sigma Statistics
    • Concepts of Measurement System Analysis
    • Process Capability with Customer Specifications
    • Cause and Effect diagram
    • Identify Constant and Noise variables
    • Reduce Noise Variables with Standard Operating Procedures
    • Six Sigma Classroom Simulation – Improve
    • How to track a process with a Scorecard
    • Theory of Constraints


  • Module 3 – Analyse-Improve-Control
    • Lean Classroom Simulation – Baseline
    • 5S
    • Visual Controls
    • TPM
    • SMED
    • JIT
    • Kanbans
    • Poke-Yoke (Error Proofing)
    • Kaizen Blitz
    • Lean Classroom Simulation-Improve
    • Control Plans
    • Capturing Benefits