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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training & Certification – Scheduled (option A)

Next Date: August 5, 2021

Investment: $3,555

Overview:

Industries from Healthcare to Logistics to Pharma to Manufacturing to Government are using Lean Six Sigma (LSS) to meet the ever-increasing demand to improve operational performance – across all functions in their organizations. Employers are looking for people who can help them meet this demand – who are trained and knowledgeable in practicing continuous process improvement through the LSS methodology.

Team up with Rutgers Executive Education – Training Green Belts and Black Belts since 2003 –  and learn what you need to be an effective LSS practitioner.

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Program Features and Benefits

What you’ll learn

  • • Learn concepts, strategies and tools used in Lean and in Six Sigma, and how to best use these together, to solve process- and quality problems.
  • • Learn the D-M-A-I-C process and how to effectively lead your project team through these key steps.
  • • Learn the soft skills also required in order to be an effective Green Belt
  • • Learn how to apply these concepts, tools, techniques, and strategies in your organization

What you’ll do

  • • Participate interactively in real-time, virtual class sessions with your Rutgers Instructor and classmates
  • • Practice the tools and strategies you’re learning in breakout sessions with your team, and individually with meaningful homework assignments, using real-world process challenges
  • • Once training is underway, select a process problem at work and turn it into a LSS project that you’ll execute along with a small team of co-workers. Optionally, begin your project after classes are completed. A Rutgers Black
  • • Belt/Master Black Belt will work with you one-on-one as your coach and mentor throughout your project.

 

Expected outcomes

  • • Participants will have a strong foundation in the use of Lean, Six Sigma, the DMAIC methodology and the tools and soft skills used in leading or co-leading a Green Belt-level improvement activity
  • • A sustainable, improved process providing financial and/or operational and/or customer service benefits, and a process that incrementally improves workflow for employees.
  • • Professional development: experience and confidence gained, so that  you can repeat your initial success in future projects
  • • Valuable credential: Once you’ve completed each component of this program, you’ll earn these designations:
        1. Trained Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
        2. Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

      Why our program?

      • • Experience facilitating effective virtual learning and Lean Six Sigma learning since 2003
      • • Highly experienced learning facilitators – all Certified Black Belts or Master Black Belts – who have “walked the walk” through years and decades of real-world process improvement and quality management, and in teaching others  how to do these right.
      • • Our focus is on practical application so you can expect to get a quick return on your investment in time and tuition

       

      Register now to reserve your place:

      Just click on the date of your preferred class to begin the registration process:

       

       

       

        • *No class December 23 or December 30

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Prefer to work at your own pace? Consider our Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training & Certification – Self-Paced (option B)

  • Professionals who:
    • wish to acquire formal knowledge and skills in the LSS methodology
    • plan to incorporate LSS into their work and wish to learn how to lead LSS projects or  participate as effective LSS team members
    • are considering being full-time process-improvement practitioners
    • manage others who will be practicing LSS in their organization

Expected Outcomes:

  • • Participants will have a strong foundation in the use of Lean, Six Sigma, the DMAIC methodology and the tools and soft skills used in leading or co-leading a Green Belt-level improvement activity
  • • A sustainable, improved process providing financial and/or operational and/or customer service benefits, and a process that incrementally improves work flow for employees.
  • • Professional development: experience and confidence gained, so that new Green Belt can repeat his/her success in future projects.
  • • We propose that participants come to class with project ideas – problem statements, charters, or just ideas based on process problems that could potentially be turned into your Green Belt project.

Earn valuable, in-demand credentials:

  1. Trained Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (based on successful completion of training program)
  2. Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (when project is implemented and certified by Rutgers LSS Certification Board)