Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification *Self-Paced*
Cost pressures, new regulations, taxes, fees, supply chain, and cashflow issues are creating a massive demand for people trained and skilled in Lean Six Sigma techniques. ... which is why you don't want to wait!
The Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth and OpEx90 Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB) is a professional who is well versed in the core to advanced elements of Lean Six Sigma Methodology, who leads improvement projects and/or serves as a team member as a part of more complex improvement projects. An LSSGB has a strong understanding of Lean Six Sigma Methods including the phases of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control (DMAIC).
Besides making you stand out in the crowd with your certification, below are critically demanded skills you will learn to:
• Reduce Risk and Eliminate Errors and Defects
• Identify and Reduce Costs
• Improve Speed of Delivery or Service
• Improve Business Processes and Sustain Quality Improvement
• Achieve High Customer Satisfaction Rates
• Ensure Your Organization Adheres to Industry and Government Standards
• Maximize Utilization of Organization’s Resources
Your business improves
Your career skyrockets
Your life is empowered
Course: 40 hours of self-paced online training plus you must do one LSS case studies, (approximately 40 hours of homework).
Self-Paced online price is $1,695
On-Site (Customer Location) - a minimum of 10 participants, travel is additional; call for details are pricing
Blended Delivery - minimum 10 participants, travel is additional; call for details are pricing
"I took your Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification back in April. I just wanted to thank you for being such a great instructor. I had graduated from Dartmouth’s MPH program in 2019, traveled a little bit, got married in October, and moved to a new city. Since November 2019 I have been struggling to land a job and though I had interviews they never led anywhere. I tried networking and although people would tell me that my resume looked great it didn’t yield to anything.
I finally decided I wanted to get a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification. To be honest my confidence was at an all-time low when I enrolled. But by the time I finished the certification, I felt more confident and it ended up being the factor for me getting through 3 rounds of interviews last month and scoring a position as a Quality Assurance analyst at [Company X]. I am really grateful and I just wanted to let you know!"
The following modules are included in the training course:
Lean Six Sigma Integration
The DMAIC methodology (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control)
Lean in Detail Identifying & Evaluating Waste
Push/Pull Systems/Lead Times
Layout the Workflow
Value Stream Mapping Visual Management / Gemba
Types of Maps / Flowcharts (process maps)
Value Stream Mapping (VSM) Overview
VSM: Methods & Implementation
Statistics Refresher & Minitab Introduction
Statistics for Lean Six Sigma Purpose(s) of Using Statistics
Statistics for Lean Six Sigma Measures of Central Tendency
Statistical Process Control (SPC) What is SPC and why use it?
Introduction to Design of Experiments (DOE)
Certify Your SkillSet™ – 5 Principal Benefits
1. Professional development with Certification from Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College – prestigious, lasting high value.
2. Online, open-book, multiple-choice quiz examines knowledge transfer that can be applied to a real-world project – learn before you apply.
3. Practical tools and examples for immediate application.
4. High-value content taught by workplace and educational professional instructors.
5. Learn from the convenience of your workplace or home – no travel time; no travel expenses.
Why the Provider Matters?
Professional certification is a process in which a person proves that he or she has the knowledge, as a basis, for performing a specific job. The proof comes in the form of certification earned bypassing quizzes, an exam, case studies, actual case, or some combination of these items that are provided by an accredited organization. Accreditation is a recognition that an educational institution has a certain standard of quality that other reputable organizations will honor. Without accreditation, the certification provider may not provide the participant with lasting value. Therefore, it is imperative that you receive your certification from a trusted, accredited institution.
Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth
Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College has been in existence since 1861. Dartmouth College, founded in 1769, is accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education (CIHE) of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Accreditation is a non-governmental, non-profit, self-regulatory, peer review process based on rigorous standards.