Course Detail: LN050 - Lean Six Sigma White Belt

This course covers the concepts of Lean and Six Sigma for both manufacturing and service businesses. Participants are provided with an overview of Lean, Six Sigma and the DMAIC problem solving methodology. This overview includes 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. Participants will become familiar with the core concepts and critical success factors for achieving breakthrough results using Lean Six Sigma methods to develop a Lean Six Sigma implementation strategy tailored to their work culture and business situation.

The interactive classroom emphasizes strategic thinking, flexibility, teamwork and communication skills.

 Session Information: 23WTLN050A-T

Schedule: Workshop held 2/24/23, includes 1 hour lunch
Times: 09:00am-03:00pm PST
Early Bird incl registration fee : $275.00


This class is in-person and all participants must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 (physical verification will be require prior to entry of first class) OR request a medical or religious exemption at least two weeks prior to the first day of class and if approved, show proof of negative test results within the last 72 hours prior to each class session. For more information about UW COVID-19 policies please visit: 


Name Additional Resources
Gabrielle McNabb

Facility Detail

University of Washington Tacoma
UWT To Be Determined
1900 Commerce St
Tacoma, WA 98402

Cancellation Policy

A cancellation charge of 2.50% applies to all orders