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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate

Certificate Program

The University of La Verne Department of Extended Learning (LVEL) is offering  a 3-day Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certificate program.  The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certificate program is an instructor led program, designed to give students the skills to utilize the best practices from the Lean Six Sigma structured approach to product and process improvements. This is accomplished through the elimination of waste by utilizing data-driven techniques to assist with attaining goals and measuring performance. Learn how any organization’s vision and strategy can be supported by Lean Six Sigma tools and techniques utilizing  DMAIC, DMADC and DMEDI processes.  The learning tools of Lean Six Sigma will enhance the performance of the participant as a valuable contributor in the production and distribution of goods and services.

Who Should Attend

Anyone responsible for successful  manufacturing, process development, compliance or reliability processes including as well as Operating System Specialist, Senior IT Project Manager Warehouse Operations Manager, Business Process Analyst, Data Scientist, and Project Engineer, Director, Performance Excellence, and Project Managers.

Completing the Program

Upon completion of the program each participant will receive a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate of Completion from the University of La Verne and a voucher for the the governing body online exam.

Course Objectives

Some key elements of the program include:

  • Lean Six Sigma Philosophy and Principles;
  • 5S Foundational Framework;
  • SIPOC Method for Lean Process Control;
  • Value Stream Mapping;
  • Kaizen Process Improvement Principles and Practices; and
  • A3 Methodology for Team-Based Problem Solving.

Learn how to lead and execute process-level improvement projects; design implementation plans that help validate improvement options; apply problem-solving and quantifiable tools to an improvement project; collect, analyze, and quantify data that enable process improvements; and eliminate waste and defects by applying Lean and Six Sigma.