For ideal ROI on the training you should have a process improvement assigned before the training, it should align with operational/customer pain points and the process should impact more that 100 customers and involve at least 10 staff to do the work. To certify you will need to attend 80% of training sessions with camera on, complete a final case study exam with a score of 80% or higher and successfully complete all phases of a Green Belt scope project within six months of the end of training.
Black Belt Training We are excited to announce an open LSS Black Belt training. This highly interactive and engaging training will be led by a live trainer and will build upon your Green Belt knowledge. This training will focus on development in four main areas: technical knowledge, business acumen, leadership, and coaching and facilitation. Virtual classes will take place starting Sept 14th, 2021, each Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:00am to 12:30pm (AST) until Nov 17th 2021. Certification will require you to attend 80% of training sessions with camera on, complete an in depth final case study exam with a score of 80% or higher and successfully complete all phases of a Black Belt scope project within twelve months of the end of training. (Scope and value of the project can be discussed with instructor). Cost: $8000CDN includes 20hrs 1×1 coaching.
We have highly a qualified team of trainers and coaches to support your Lean Six Sigma learning, project application and certification.
Cost GB: $4000 CDN which includes 10 hours of coaching to support you through project completion after training. BB training cost: $8,000 CDN. and includes 20 hours of 1x1 coaching (Group rates available, contact us email@example.com)
GB: May 25th - June 22nd BB: Sept 17th - Nov 19th
Online virtual training
Landmark Decisions and Barrington OPS, will deliver a 1.5 day online workshop delivered over 3 consecutive half-day sessions on October 12-14 (Noon – 3:30pm Eastern) covers the basics of Business Planning Analysis and Costing and Lean and how they can be merged into a comprehensive approach for business modeling, resource management and process improvement. The BPAC methodology which focuses on resource/cost optimization, was popularized in research conducted by CAM-I in its ground-breaking work on “The Closed Loop”. Lean is also a well-established business improvement discipline, originally founded in the Toyota Production System. It concentrates on creating more value for customers with fewer resources and as such, is well aligned with CAM-I’s ABP principles.
Following the Lean Six Sigma DMAIC approach, combining Lean and ABP offer a means to:
Define – understand the problem(s) within the processes and conduct a strategic and operational assessment to determine the best opportunities for business process improvements and utilize a proven methodology to tackle them
Measure – recognize non-value-added activities within a process and how to collect and validate operational, financial, and performance data to model current and future state processes
Analyze – evaluate model results and explore operational and financial relationship to help recognize root causes for waste (non-value-added work) and other process problems
Improve – identify process improvement ideas and test/evaluate potential solutions to assess the impact on throughput, quality, resources, costs and profitability
Control – develop strategies to sustain a Lean-BPAC program and move towards a continuous improvement culture through understanding leading performance and quality indicators
Participants will receive a White-Belt certification in both Lean and ABP concepts
Key Learning Objectives:
By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
$517.50 - $862.50 (Group Rates)
October 12: 1PM to October 14, 2021, 4:30pm
Online virtual training