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Have you become recently unemployed? Then the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training programme might be right up your alley. SQT deliver an accredited course in this field, which is starting soon.

What is Lean Six Sigma?

Lean Six Sigma has become the fastest spreading and most successful approach to Continuous Improvement across all industries regardless of size, position in the supply chain or service provided.  An essential element of Six Sigma roll-out is Green Belt training.  This Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training course will expose delegates to the powerful tools and methodology necessary to successfully lead and contribute to DMAIC improvement projects within the organisation.

SQT has two QQI validated Green Belt programmes. This level 6 programme involves completing five training days and a case study. Our other level 7 programme involves completing five training days and a company based project.

Course Aims

To successfully launch a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt project by refining a project charter, leading a project team, garnering support for the project from process stakeholders and ensuring a common understanding of the process across all project participants and stakeholders.

Learning Outcomes
Participants achieve the following learning outcomes from the programme;

  1. Explain the DMAIC methodology that the project will follow
  2. Define a narrowly scoped problem statement using data to quantify the problem and its impact(s) on the organization
  3. Undertake high level process mapping to assess the requirements of internal and external process customers to ensure these are understood by all team members and align with project goals
  4. Form, and function within, a project team comprising of peers from different functions with whom the learner has an established working relationship.
  5. Review and refine the project charter to minimize risks to successful project completion
  6. Create a basic communications plan to ensure stakeholders are kept informed of the projects progress at regular intervals
  7. Create a basic project plan to ensure the project is completed on time

Who should attend?

This course is intended to train people as Green Belts who:

  • Have unfortunately become newly unemployed. Lean Six Sigma training is seen as very useful up-skilling in order to get back into gainful employment as soon as possible, or
  • Are in a company but do not have a suitable project to complete

This course is intended for front line problem-solving personnel responsible for resolving process problems in day-to-day operations or responsible for leading Continuous Improvement teams.  It is also intended for those working with Six Sigma Black Belts on major improvement programmes or looking for breakthrough performance in key business metrics.

Find out more about this programme here.

 

 


Gemma Creagh

Gemma is a nomadic writer, filmmaker, & journalist. She was born in Cork, lives in Dublin, and studied in Belfast & Galway, where she graduated from NUIG’s Writing MA. She has penned articles for national publications and is the editorial assistant for Film Ireland Magazine. Gemma was the writer and co-producer of the five-part comedy ‘Rental Boys’ for RTÉ’s Storyland. Her short films have screened at festivals around the world.
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