the most notable ways on how to improve the quality of service

focuses on the rate at which an organization fails to provide acceptable services as well as products.

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt 

Certified Green Belts are in demand because organisations recognise the benefits that experienced Lean Six Sigma Green Belts bring to the organisation. The combination of Lean philosophy and Six Sigma tools creates a powerful approach to organisation improvement, and statistics show that a typical Lean Six Sigma project saves over $120K for the organisation. The role of the Green Belt is to lead local improvement activity and support Black Belts on larger projects. Typically Green Belts carry out improvement activity part-time and will continue to work in their existing role.

Becoming certified requires you to do 2 things:

  • Complete training
  • Pass the exam

The TQM Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training Programme

TQM’s Lean Six Sigma Green Belt programme covers the DMAIC methodology, is in line with the ASQ body of knowledge and is developed from the original Motorola model. The training is technically challenging and enables students to become truly effective at running improvement projects within their own areas of responsibility.


Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Outline
  • Support the introduction of Lean Six Sigma into the organisation
  • Tackle business improvement projects successfully using DMAIC
  • Lead improvement teams through the improvement process
  • Influence stakeholders and effectively manage the change process
  • Problem-solving approach and core principles.
  • Measure and manage processes.
  • Learn how to collect and use process data.
  • Use proved tools and methods effectively to achieve sustainable improvement
Other Info
Duration: 5 Days Cost: $1,200 Per Person

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