Course Detail: LN101 - Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

This course covers the concepts of Lean and Six Sigma for both manufacturing and service businesses. Students are provided an overview of Lean, Six Sigma and the DMAIC problem solving methodology. Included are both statistical and non-statistical techniques used for continuous process improvement such as process definition, process flow diagrams, data collection techniques, measurement techniques, causes of process variation, pareto diagrams, histograms, cause and effect diagrams, control charts and process capability analysis.

The interactive classroom experience emphasizes strategic thinking, flexibility, teamwork and communication skills. Each student will create specific plans for their organizations using these Lean Six Sigma concepts. Students should plan on working in teams on projects outside of class. Participants should plan on spending 4-5 hours a week outside of scheduled class time for reading, homework and team project work where they apply Lean Six Sigma concepts and tools to improve a real business process.

 Session Information: 23STLN101A-V

Schedule: Class meets every Wednesday and Friday, starting on 05/03/23 and ending on 06/14/23
Times: 09:00am-12:00pm PDT
Early Bird incl registration fee : $1950.00

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Required Textbooks:

Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook
George, M.; Rowlands, D.; Price, M. and Maxey, J. (2005)
McGraw-Hill, New York
ISBN: 0-07-144119-0

Instructors

Name Additional Resources
Jon Kime

Facility Detail

Virtual
Zoom + Canvas
Zoom link provided prior to start date
Tacoma, WA 98402
Zoom + Canvas

Cancellation Policy

A cancellation charge of 2.50% applies to all orders