Green Belt Curriculum
Lean Six Sigma uses the analogy of belt colors (most often associated with martial arts) to designate competence in applying lean six sigma tools to problem solving and process improvement. A Green Belt is usually the second step in the progression to become an expert in Lean Six Sigma.
A Green Belt has solid problem solving skills developed through training and application as a member of problem solving teams. Green Belts can provide guidance to less experienced team members and can also serve as team leaders.
Green Belt Courses
Our Green Belt Curriculum starts with a foundation in team problem-solving tools within the context of a specific problem-solving model (8D or DMAIC). Green Belt candidates also get a comprehensive background in Lean Six Sigma principles and practices. Basic Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) training round out the curriculum.
Options for Manufacturing and Non-Manufacturing versions of the SPC, FMEA and Lean courses assure that the examples throughout the training resonate and are relevant for learners.