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Green Belt Foundation remote programme

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Date(s) - 24/09/2020
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Modular Programme – 2 sessions per week spread over 12 weeks.

Sessions are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00pm – 4:00 pm

Next intake : Module 1 starts 15th September 2020.

Location – via Zoom

This course is aimed at delegates who want to successfully lead improvement projects and solve problems in a structured way. It is designed as an excellent alternative to the traditional classroom learning approach for Green Belt . The course is fully aligned with BQF certification requirements and the training will be delivered alongside project delivery in the workplace. Teaching modules will be supported by individual coaching sessions and “drop in clinics”.

On this training delegates will learn

  • The DMAIC method – A structured process for problem-solving
  • How to define and scope DMAIC projects
  • A variety of Lean Six Sigma tools to solve variability, flow and
    waste problems
  • Key project management and team working skills

Note – this module does not require the use of statistical software.

  • Anyone wanting to lead Continuous Improvement projects
  • Anyone looking for Green Belt Certification
  • Anyone who may be involved on an improvement team
  • Anyone looking for a Remote learning GB training solution
Click here for a PDF copy of the course information

"Being part of the first Green Belt 'virtual' cohort has been a fantastic experience. Process Insight (Michaela) has helped me to quickly adapt to this new learning environment with the use of different tools (Jamboard, OneDrive etc.), which have enabled me to easily learn, practice and collaborate on my Green Belt project."

Jack Moran, Fujifilm
"Clear, structured and well written course notes and case studies striking the right balance between the theory and hands-on experience. All this combined with Andrew’s expertise and coaching style results in another excellent course delivered by Process Insight."

Nick Goodman, Principal Lean Six Sigma Lead
FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies
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