Certification Exam and International Certification
Upon completing this course, you will have the opportunity to take the White Belt certification exam. Passing the exam demonstrates your knowledge and skills in Lean Six Sigma and leads to an international certification that is valid for life. This prestigious certification is jointly awarded by Lean Six Sigma Institute (LSSI) and the Council for Six Sigma Certification (CSSC), ensuring its global recognition.
What You Will Learn
Who Is This Course For?
What’s The Difference Between
Self-paced and Instructor Led?
Whether you choose the self-paced or instructor-led Lean Six Sigma training modality, rest assured that both pathways provide identical learning content and lead to the same internationally recognized certifications upon successful completion.
Introduction to White Belt
In this module, you’ll get a comprehensive introduction to Lean Six Sigma and the White Belt level. We’ll explore the principles and methodologies that underpin this discipline, setting the stage for your journey to efficiency and excellence.
Learn the art of problem-solving using Lean Six Sigma methodologies. You’ll discover how to identify issues, gather data, and apply structured problem-solving techniques. This essential skill is not just valuable in your professional life but in your personal life as well.
The 5S framework (Sort, Set in order, Shine, Standardize, Sustain) is the cornerstone of workplace organization. You’ll understand how to apply these principles to eliminate waste, streamline processes, and maintain a clean and efficient workplace.
Visual Management (Andon)
Visual management is the key to transparency and real-time monitoring of processes. You’ll explore how Andon systems help in quickly identifying problems and taking immediate corrective actions to ensure smooth operations.
Standard Work Instruction
Learn how to create and implement standard work instructions that outline the best-known methods for performing tasks. Standard work instructions provide consistency and reduce variations in processes, resulting in improved quality and efficiency.