Lean and Six Sigma Introduction
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Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
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Two days (full-time)
Lean is a generic process management term referring to the identification and steady elimination of waste. It is closely linked with Six Sigma because of the methodology’s emphasis on reduction of process variation. Lean Sigma introduces the methods and tools used in both techniques as applied for interpretation of customer requirements for service design and operations in all industry sectors such as Public Service, Healthcare, Biopharma, insurance, hospitality, Charities, Software, Call Centre Service and Manufacturing.
Mechanical, Biomedical & Manufacturing Eng
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Students should note that Fees quoted relate to the academic year 2019-2020 only and are subject to change on an annual basis. Except where stated, course fees cover the cost of tuition only.
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Two day (full-time)
The course allows participants to select between Lean or Six Sigma, for their own future development and/or as the most appropriate method for their company. Participants have the option of applying for either the Lean Sigma Practitioner, Yellow Belt Programme or the Lean Sigma Green Belt Certification Programme.
Note: Introduction to Lean/Six Sigma is not a pre-requisite to attending the Lean Sigma Practitioner, Lean Sigma Green Belt or Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
- Day 1: Introduction to Lean
Introduce the participants to the background to Lean and introduce the concepts behind reducing waste.
- Day 2: Introduction to Six Sigma
Explains how Six Sigma targets variation and introduces the concepts.
Tailored versions for specific organisations are available, enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org
Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Management Systems (CAMMS), CIT.
This programme requires no prior knowledge or experience of Lean or Lean Sigma. The programme is suitable for all personnel working within the design, manufacturing, transactional, sales or support environment. It is suitable for management and team leaders through to shop floor personnel and employees directly involved in the process.