Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Courses in South Africa
Lean Green Belt in Six Sigma
Six Sigma South Africa supplies great instructor led Lean Six Sigma Green Belt courses at our various training centres in Cape Town and Johannesburg, and also through in-house training, available anywhere else in South Africa.
Six Sigma Lean Green Belt practitioners play an important role in your business's Lean Six Sigma strategy and should be highly skilled and well-trained. These practitioners are the problem solvers assigned to Black Belt projects. Lean Six Sigma Green Belt candidates will learn how to apply the right tools at the right time to maximize efficiency in defining, measuring, analyzing, improving, and controlling critical processes to increase cost savings. For further information regarding Six Sigma training, course requirements or consultation, Our Six Sigma consultants are available during SA office hours on +27 (0)21 418 4874.
Who should attend a Lean Six Sigma
Green Belt course?
This course should be attended by anyone involved in quality improvement including problem solvers, data analysts, and project team members in manufacturing and service industries.
Learn the Lean Six Sigma improvement methodology.
Equip associates with lean and six sigma tools used to define, measure, analyze, improve, and control critical processes to achieve cost savings objectives.
Our Six Sigma trainers are all certified and have plenty of training experience. Contact us to discover more.
5 days (8:45 - 15:30) on the Friday
you write an exam that you need to pass before you can complete the
3 months to complete the project
Lean Six Sigma Definitions
Understanding Six Sigma
Understanding Lean Principles
Understanding Losses Attributable to “Waste”
Interrelationship of Lean Six Sigma
Six Sigma Fundamentals
The Define Phase
Selecting an Output Characteristic (“Y”)
Defining Performance Standards
Describing the Process
Value Stream Mapping
Swim Lane Mapping
Cost of Poor Quality
Understanding Basic Statistics
The Measure Phase (Measurement System Analysis)
Variable Gage R&R
Attribute Agreement Analysis
Variables Data Capability Analysis
Attribute Data Capability Analysis
Six Sigma Statistics
Measurement System Analysis
Process Capability The
The Analyse Phase
Identification of Potential Causes
Chi-Square & ANOVA
Basic Design of Experiments
Quick Changeover (SMED)
The Improve Phase
Establishing Operating Tolerances
Re-evaluating the measurement system
Total Productive Maintenance
5S – Visual Management
Process Modelling Regression
The Control Phase
Principles of Statistical Process Control
Reliability & Asset Utilization
Understand the 5 phases of the Control Plan
Developing the Action Plan
Project Background and Description of Exercise
Sandton Lodge Rivonia -
Unit Standard: 243816 | Developing a project quality management plan for a simple to moderately complex project | Level 5