Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification, MHC-2002 OnDemand
January 1 – December 31
The intent of the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification is to develop team members (Practitioners) who have the basic skills to contribute to process improvement projects. These individuals operate under the watchful eye of the project team leader who is normally a more advanced Black Belt or senior process improvement practitioner.
Our seasoned corporate trainers are process improvement experts who use a myriad of learning techniques and tools, such as guided discussions, case studies, individual exercises, quizzes, online resources, and outside readings to truly connect with the student. The following is an outline of what a typical Lean Six Sigma Green Belt would learn over our two (2) week, intensive training program.
In addition, each individual will be required to successfully pass the MHi Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification exam (which is integrated into the course). Also, we require the completion of a project for the Green Belt level certification. A Mountain Home faculty member will be assigned to each student as an Academic Advisor/Coach to guide and monitor the progress of the project.
What You Will Learn:
- An in-depth understanding of Enterprise Process Management and Improvement.
- A comprehensive immersion into the integrated Lean Six Sigma and Business Process Management (BPM) methodology (DMAIC) for process improvement.
- The various roles Lean Six Sigma Green Belts and other team members play in the success of a process improvement effort using Lean Six Sigma.
- How to properly define and scope Lean Six Sigma projects from an enterprise-wide context.
- How to model and map organization processes for practical analysis, including product and process flows, and value streams as part of TRUE Process Discovery.
- Define appropriate data collection methods and create an appropriate Data Collection Plan.
- How to apply statistical analysis tools to problem solving.
- How to use statistics software (SigmaXL) to analyze Lean Six Sigma project data.
- How to conduct Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) and Cause & Effect Analysis (C&E).
- How to transition from the As-Is to the To-Be state and an overview of business case analysis.
- Overview of an organization (culture & structure) and technology change management plan.
- An overview of statistical process control.