GREEN BELT: 50 hours divided up over 1/2 day online virtual training with a live instructor covers in depth training in the LSS DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) methodology. This course you learn how to apply a wide range of Lean Six Sigma problem solving and process improvement tools and statistical analysis. We ensure this class is interactive with breakout groups, live instructor interaction at all times, an in class case study. We can follow up with 1 x 1 coaching through a Green Belt process improvement project. Upon completion of the classroom training, passing a technical test and completion of the certification criteria you will receive a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification. NEXT TRAINING COURSE STARTS: NOV 3, 2020
Add to your problem solving and process improvement skills, support driving a continuous improvement culture in your organization. Projects on average have a 10x return on the investment. We have trained hundreds of LSS Green Belts and our instructors have coached Green Belt projects whose sum exceeds $40m dollars!
Trish Calder is a Senior Consultant with Barrington with 15 years of experience in leading medium to larger scale, multi-departmental process improvement projects and training. Trish has successfully delivered over 20 projects with a total value exceeding $13.5 million. She is skilled and experienced in eliciting, documenting and analyzing business requirements, facilitating multi-disciplinary workshops, analyzing business process improvements, leading teams through change and developing and delivering training material. Trish has successfully trained 15 waves of Yellow Belt, five waves of Green Belt and two waves of Black Belt and numerous custom training in areas of 5S+S, process mapping, KPI development, SMED and visual management, totaling over 400 people trained.
Trish’s project experience draws from many organizations such as EfficiencyOne, the Province of Nova Scotia, Halifax Regional Municipality, and Canada Post. With these organizations, she has customized coaching for Green Belt candidates, provided program oversight, delivered timely and relevant reporting on project progress, supported pain point identification, and collaborated with leadership on the development of a benefits valuation framework.
$3500. + Coaching packages. Contact us: OPS@Barringtongrp.ca
Starting Nov 3, 2020
Online virtual training 15 x 1/2 days
This 1.5 day online workshop presented by Barrington OPS and Landmark Decisions, covers the fundamentals of Lean and Activity-Based Planning (ABP) and how they can be merged into a comprehensive approach for business modeling, resource management and process improvement. 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-ABP program and move towards a continuous improvement culture through understanding leading performance and quality indicators
Key Learning Objectives:
> understand the basics of the Lean Six Sigma DMAIC approach to problem solving and how Activity-Based Planning enhances any Lean implementation
> realize the benefits of this integrated and structured methodology to identify, test and evaluate the cost savings of Lean initiatives for business process improvement
> evaluate the impact of resource constraints on process efficiency, product/service costs, profitability and budgets
appreciate the value of using Lean-ABP software for collaborative business needs
Early Bird and Group Rates available: URL above link to register
Three 1/2 day sessions: October 27-29, 2020 9:30am - 1pm ADT