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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training & Certification will enable you to easily complete successful projects by building your problem-solving muscles.

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

  • Prerequisite: None
  • $699 (includes Training & Certification)
  • 32 hours, self-paced, completely online, 1 year of access
  • Accessible on computers, tablets and smartphones
  • Globally recognized (32 PDUs / 4 CEUs)

Green Belt Training will enable you to:

  • Select the right projects
  • Define the problem that needs to be solved
  • Measure the current problem and baseline the process
  • Analyze the process and identify the cause of the problem
  • Improve the process by implementing and verifying the best solution
  • Control the new process by maintaining the solution

Green Belt Certification includes:

  • Exam: 125 multiple choice questions (unlimited re-takes)
  • PDF Certificate to add to your LinkedIn profile
  • Membership to our Green Belt Certified Group on LinkedIn

$699 / learner

Group Discounts available
starting at 5 learners.
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Green Belt Course Timing Breakdown

Below is a breakdown of the course and estimated time required to complete each section. You may complete the course at your own pace within 1 year.

No pre-requisites are required for the Green Belt Training.

Module:
Description:Time:
IntroductionDefine Lean Six Sigma and where it came from, the 8 Wastes, the Roles of Lean Six Sigma and how to effectively select projects2 hours
DefineDefine the problem, the process and the customer5 hours
MeasureMeasure and baseline the current process6 hours
AnalyzeIdentify the root causes of problems and waste within the process7 hours
ImproveImplement and verify solutions to address root causes5 hours
ControlMaintain the gains3 hours
ExamSeparated into 6 sections4 hours
Total Estimated Time to Complete32 hours

Green Belt Course Learning Objectives:

After completing Green Belt Training you will be able to:

  • Define what Lean Six Sigma is, where it came from and why organizations benefit from it
  • List and describe the Lean Six Sigma Roles
  • List and define each of the 8 Wastes
  • Describe how to find and select a worthwhile Lean Six Sigma Project
  • Summarize the Lean Six Sigma Improvement method known as DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve
  • and Control)
  • Describe how to create a project charter, gather the voice of the customer and build a high-level map of the process
  • Describe how to select measures, plan for data collection and collect baseline data about a process
  • Describe how to conduct process analysis, conduct data analysis and then brainstorm and validate root causes of process problems
  • Describe how to craft, filter and determine solutions to process problems and then mitigate the risks of process change
  • Describe how to create monitoring plans, develop response plans and document the project

Easily Build Your Problem-Solving Muscles

GoLeanSixSigma.com’s Green Belt course is an intensely practical, interactive and enjoyable online course that quickly and effectively builds your process improvement and project management skills using clear language and plenty of fun examples.

Our streamlined approach to learning covers a comprehensive body of knowledge in a fraction of the time and cost of other providers.

Join Professionals from Leading Organizations

Join professionals from leading organizations and register for the highest rated, most practical and easy to understand Green Belt Training & Certification available.

For decades, we’ve saved organizations in virtually every industry hundreds of millions of dollars. This course draws on what our Experts practice every day in the field to provide you with the most effective way to learn and implement Lean Six Sigma.

Improvements to Green Belt Training for 2017

  • New content, tools and techniques covered in each DMAIC Phase to build even bigger problem-solving muscles
  • Added guidance for completing a successful improvement project during online training to promote practical application of Green Belt concepts and tools
  • Expanded Bahama Bistro case study with new examples and guidance for each Phase of DMAIC
  • New and upgraded templates that are even easier to use with examples of how to use each one
  • Enhanced Q&A with detailed feedback – learn from your mistakes and improve your subject matter recall
  • New tests for comprehension at the conclusion of each DMAIC Phase to ensure understanding of content and retention of knowledge
  • Just-In-Time exam option: Choose to take exam segments at the conclusion of each Phase to reinforce most recent learnings, improve recall and promote retention
  • New and upgraded graphics and animation
  • New comprehensive index lets you quickly locate any term, tool or template
  • Better jokes, tastier food and more fun at Bahama Bistro!
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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course Outline

The following concepts and tools are covered in Green Belt Training. Download the PDF of the Green Belt Training Index here:

Green Belt Table of Contents (3.1 / 2017)

Introduction Phase

Green Belt Online Training Introduction 1.1
 Step: Overview of Lean Six Sigma2.1
What Is Lean Six Sigma?2.3
Where Did Lean Six Sigma Come From?2.6
Why Do Organizations Use Lean Six Sigma?2.7
Cost of Poor Quality2.10
Connect With the Customer2.12
Reduce Variation2.13
Focus on the Process2.14
Quantify the Dollar Impact2.15
Engage the People2.16
Step: 8 Wastes (DOWNTIME) – Template Available3.1
Defects3.8
Overproduction3.8
Waiting3.8
Non-Utilized Talent3.8
Transportation3.8
Inventory3.8
Motion3.8
Extra-Processing3.8
Step: Lean Six Sigma Roles4.1
White Belt4.4
Yellow Belt4.5
Green Belt4.6
Black Belt4.7
Master Black Belt4.8
Champion4.9
Team Roles and Project Roles – Template Available4.10
Step: DMAIC Overview5.1
Project Types5.3
DMAIC Methodology5.5
Step: Project Selection6.1
Project Selection Guidelines – Template Available6.1
Introduction Phase Conclusion7.1
Challenges7.5
Green Belt Project Journey7.6
Introduction7.7
Tollgate Checklist – Template Available7.8
Deliverables7.9

 

Define Phase

Define the Problem, the Process and the Customer

Define Phase Introduction1.1
Step: Create the Project Charter – Template Available2.1
Business Case2.5
Problem Statement2.7
Goal Statement – Template Available2.10
Scope – Template Available2.13
Step: Interpret the Voice of the Customer3.1
Module: Kano Analysis3.17
Module: Affinity Analysis3.23
Module: Tree Diagram3.27
Module: VOC Translation Matrix – Template Available3.32
Step: Understand the Current State4.1
Module: Process Walk (Gemba Walk) – Template Available4.6
Module: Organizational Level Process Map4.20
Module: SIPOC – Template Available4.24
Module: Value Stream Map – Template Available4.30
Module: Swimlane Map – Template Available4.36
Module: Spaghetti Map – Template Available4.40
Step: Develop Project Communication5.1
Module: Communication Plan – Template Available5.3
Module: A3 – Template Available5.9
Module: Stakeholder Analysis – Template Available5.15
Relationship Map – Template Available5.19
Module: Meeting Productivity5.31
Meeting Roles – Template Available5.35
Ground Rules5.36
The RACI Matrix – Template Available5.40
Team Dynamics – The Alignment Model – Template Available5.43
Plus/Delta5.46
Define Phase Conclusion6.1
Challenges6.5
Green Belt Project Journey6.6
Steps and Tools Recap6.7
Tollgate Checklist – Template Available6.8
Deliverables6.9

 

Measure Phase

Measure and Baseline the Problem

 Measure Phase Introduction1.1
Step: Select Measures2.1
Value Stream Definitions2.8
Measuring Customer Demand (Takt Time)2.13
Data Types2.20
Continuous and Discrete Measures2.21
Efficiency & Effectiveness – Template Available2.26
Step: Plan for Data Collection3.1
Data Collection Plan – Template Available3.4
Module: Operational Definitions – Template Available3.9
Module: Stratification3.18
Module: Check Sheets – Template Available3.22
Standard Event Occurrence Check Sheets3.25
Classification Check Sheet3.27
Frequency Plot Check Sheet3.28
Traveller Check Sheet3.29
Confirmation Check Sheet or Checklist3.30
Concentration Diagram Check Sheet3.31
Module: Sampling3.36
Module: Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA)3.53
Step: Collect Baseline Data4.1
Defects Per Unit (DPU)4.7
Defects Per Million Opportunities (DPMO)4.9
Sigma4.11
Percent Defective4.17
Final Yield4.19
Rolled Throughput Yield4.20
Measure Phase Conclusion5.3
Challenges5.7
Green Belt Project Journey5.8
Steps and Tools Recap5.9
Tollgate Checklist – Template Available5.10
Deliverables5.11

 

Analyze Phase

Identify the Root Causes of Problems and Waste Within the Process

Analyze Phase Introduction1.1
Step: Conduct Process Analysis2.1
Rework Loops2.4
Redundancies2.6
Bottlenecks2.9
Inspections & Decisions2.10
Handoffs2.12
Module: Value Analysis2.17
Value-Added Flow Analysis – Template Available2.13
Module: Value Stream Map (VSM) Analysis – Template Available2.26
Step: Conduct Data Analysis3.1
Module: Histogram3.4
Module: Pie and Bar Charts3.18
Module: Pareto Chart3.21
Module: Run Chart3.26
Module: Box Plot3.33
Step: Brainstorm Root Causes4.1
Module: Affinity Analysis4.3
Module: The Five Whys & The Fishbone Diagram4.7
Fishbone Diagram – Template Available4.9
5 Whys – Template Available4.13
Step: Develop Root Cause Hypothesis5.1
Root Cause Hypothesis – Template Available5.6
Step: Validate Root Cause Hypothesis6.1
Verification by Observation6.4
Verification by Listening6.5
Confirming Hypotheses With Data6.6
Logical Cause Testing6.15
Hypothesis Testing Tools6.16
Scatter Plot6.17
Step: Analyze Phase Conclusion7.1
Challenges7.5
Green Belt Project Journey7.6
Steps and Tools Recap7.7
Tollgate Checklist – Template Available7.8
Deliverables7.9

 

Improve Phase

Implement and Verify Solutions to Address Root Cause

 Improve Phase Introduction1.1
Step: Craft Solutions2.1
Module: Team Member Review2.3
Module: Brainstorm Solutions2.6
Analogy2.12
Anti-Solution2.13
Brain-Writing2.14
Channeling2.15
Module: Lean Improvement Principles2.18
Module: Single-Piece Flow & Batch Reduction2.26
Module: Changeover Reduction2.33
Module: Work Cell Design2.45
Module: Workload Balancing & Demand Leveling2.56
Module: Cross-Training & Parallel Processing Template Available2.61
Module: Kanban & Supermarkets2.68
Module: Standard Work2.85
Module: Visual Management & 5S – Template Available2.93
1: Sort2.101
2: Set In Order2.105
3: Shine2.109
4: Standardize2.111
5: Sustain2.114
Module: Future State Map2.119
Step: Filter Solutions3.1
Module: Impact Effort Matrix – Template Available3.4
Module: Weighted Criteria Matrix – Template Available3.10
Step: Conduct Risk Management4.1
Module: Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) – Template Available4.4
Module: Mistake-Proofing (Poka Yoke)4.22
Step: Determine Solution Approach5.1
Module: Rapid Improvement Event (Kaizen)5.5
Module: Pilot the Solution – Template Available5.10
Module: Multi-Phase Implementation5.16
Module: Full Scale Rollout5.21
Improve Phase Conclusion6.1
Challenges6.8
Green Belt Project Journey6.9
Steps and Tools Recap6.10
Tollgate Checklist – Template Available6.11
Improve Phase6.12

 

Control Phase

Maintain the Gains

 Control Phase Introduction1.1
Step: Create Monitoring Plans – Template Available2.1
Module: Control Charts2.11
Step: Develop Response Plans – Template Available3.1
 Step: Document the Project4.1
Project Storyboard – Template Available4.4
Executive Summary – Template Available4.6
New Procedure Audit – Template Available4.12
Step: Pursue Perfection5.1
Innovation Transfer – Template Available5.3
Control Phase Conclusion6.1
Challenges6.5
Green Belt Project Journey6.6
Steps and Tools Recap6.7
Tollgate Checklist – Template Available6.8
Deliverables6.9
Overview of Black Belt Training & Certification7.4
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Good course information but some of the test questions were oddly written.

Magnificent journey! The strategies and tools introduced in this program are very practical.

Very challenging but very informative. The course is filled with scenarios that can be implemented in real life environments.

Excellent Course

Excellent course also providing loads of very useful templates and examples.

The on-line training was really good, and the required project really brought the subject matter together, great course.

This training was excellent. I saw a way to use this information in every aspect of my business and learned where I fell short in my past attempts to improve behavior and outcomes. I could barely stay focused on one project as I saw the need to create a monitoring plan here, and a better type of measurement there.It was exciting to learn the fundamentals online in the progression from white to yellow to green belt. I look forward to the in-person training to ask specific questions. I love how it taught to me how to apply mathematical applications to attempts to change to measurably show progress. There are some mistakes in it, and some tests were harder to pass than others, but overall a great training.

Content and delivery align well for online learning. Thanks!

Great course!

The training is extremely enlightening. I recommend it for every organization.

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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.

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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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Good course information but some of the test questions were oddly written.

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Excellent course also providing loads of very useful templates and examples.

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