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The Quickest, Most Effective Way to Introduce Lean Six Sigma

Our free 1-hour White Belt Training will help you understand what Lean Six Sigma is and why organizations use it.

This engaging course draws on 25 years of success helping the world’s leading organizations create happier customers and save millions of dollars.

White Belt Training includes:

  • What Lean Six Sigma is
  • Why organizations use Lean Six Sigma

White Belt Certification includes:

  • Exam: 25 multiple choice questions (unlimited re-takes)
  • PDF Certificate to add to your LinkedIn profile
  • Membership to our White Belt Certified Group on LinkedIn

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Our White Belt Training is Free

We want you to have confidence in the quality of our globally recognized Lean Six Sigma courses – so we’ve made our White Belt Training absolutely free. This allows you to get a hands-on experience of our practical approach to learning. All of our courses help ensure you not only know Lean Six Sigma concepts and tools, but that you’re able to apply them and begin improving processes immediately.

After completing your free Training, you can get your White Belt Certification for $49 by registering for the exam.

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Lean Six Sigma White Belt Training & Certification Course Outline

Here’s what you’ll learn in GoLeanSixSigma.com’s White Belt course.

  • Introduction to Lean Six Sigma

    • What is Lean Six Sigma?
    • Where did it originate?
    • Why is it so effective and popular?
  • Lean Six Sigma Roles

    • Yellow Belt
    • Green Belt
    • Black Belt
    • Master Black Belt
    • Champion
  • The 8 Wastes (DOWNTIME)

    • Defects
    • Overproduction
    • Waiting
    • Non-Utilized Employees
    • Transportation
    • Inventory
    • Motion
    • Extra Processing
  • DMAIC Introduction

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 25 reviews

Good introduction on the Lean Six Sigma concepts.

Effective and useful training.

User-friendly and essential information.

Quick and easy. The course sticks to the information needed to obtain ncertification and is in an easy to follow format.
Certification test - it would be nice to be able to view the question(s) that were answered incorrectly and be given an explination.

Quick and Easy!

Very good training and enjoyable

Easy to use and good base line knowledge

This course will be very useful in understanding Lean Six Sigma.

Great training, all team members should be required to take course.

by Martín Ulises Pérez Castillo on Lean Six Sigma White Belt Training

Very good training, which make you think really outside of the box.Excellent and well explained, recommended for any serious student about Six Sigma. Shalom.

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In White Belt Training, you’ll play interactive games and get plenty of relatable examples that will help ensure you can understand what Lean Six Sigma is and why organizations use it.

Simple

We’ve simplified Lean Six Sigma to make process improvement easier – while still covering a comprehensive body of knowledge.

Fun

Enjoy learning in an engaging environment with plenty of games and examples that helps ensure effective knowledge transfer.

Practical

Save time by learning how to use the most valuable Lean Six Sigma concepts and tools and begin improving right away!

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My staff and I are very happy with the Green and Black Belt programs with GoLeanSixSigma.com. The material is easy to follow and we appreciate the examples around the Bahama Bistro are very helpful.

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In 2016, a Lean Six Sigma (LSS) initiative was launched in Pitney Bowes Presort Services in support of our strategic goals of improving operational excellence and fostering the professional development of our employees.  Recently, nine individuals presented results from their projects to our Executive Staff. They highlighted how improvement opportunities were qualified, how root causes were unearthed and pulled into the light, how innovative improvements were identified, implemented, and verified. Most importantly, they were able to quantify the impact those improvements have had on our organization and our Clients.

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Using Lean Six Sigma, I created a SIPOC, Project Charter and Pareto Chart to identify the biggest issues that our team faced (lack of training). We then used The 5 Whys and a Cause & Effect Diagram to learn that highly skilled workers were absent during that low production month and unskilled workers were absent during the high production month. This data helped to streamline the process and eliminate Non-Value Added Activities which increased monthly production by 50% within 3 months.

Wesley Tam

I started a new job at a Construction Company right after getting my Yellow Belt Certification from GoLeanSixSigma.com and was able to begin using the tools. I used Lean to identify waste, create a visual job board and increased my team’s productivity by 30% – I was also given a pay raise just two months after starting my job.

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GoLeanSixSigma.com’s Yellow Belt Training & Certification was very useful at our hospital as it helped us use Lean Six Sigma Tools to successfully improve the care we provide to our patients by increasing chemotherapy patient education & screening by 40% and improving communication hand-offs between nurses regarding patients in their care.

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I truly enjoy GoLeanSixSigma.com‘s online training. I use the knowledge on a daily basis in my organization. I am spreading the word of Lean and Six Sigma and at the same time educating my peers in a more robust process improvement understanding. I have had excellent support from the GoLeanSixSigma.com team throughout my training. Thank you guys. All the best!

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Super excited to say I just completed my Green Belt Training & Certification! This is my second online training and exam through GoLeanSixSigma.com. I find their courses very informational and on a side note, I love the webinars they offer as well. I’ll be working on a process improvement project with our office using the training I’ve received and I’m excited to be sharing my education with others who can benefit from it while working on our project! Thank you GoLeanSixSigma.com!

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At the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, we learned to use process mapping and work standardization techniques in our Specialty Care Clinic to decrease the wait time of appointments by creating a separate clinic for new patients. This enabled us to also serve more existing patients needing wound care.

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Lean Six Sigma White Belt Training Reviews

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Good introduction on the Lean Six Sigma concepts.

Effective and useful training.

User-friendly and essential information.

Quick and easy. The course sticks to the information needed to obtain ncertification and is in an easy to follow format.
Certification test - it would be nice to be able to view the question(s) that were answered incorrectly and be given an explination.

Quick and Easy!

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