Way back in the late 70’s and early 80’s , the organisations were not following any particular way to go about the projects. This led to the projects not being delivered on time and also meant losses. Motorola in the later half of 1980’s decided to go about with a process called “muda” in Japanese. The method aims to reduce waste processes thus leading to better productivity and to profitability. The “muda” later came to be known as Six Sigma. Six Sigma and Lean then ventured together to bring into existence the concept of Lean Six Sigma. At Pearce Mayfield, we provide this course with a view to eliminate the wastes that hinder the organisations productivity.
Know what is DMAIC
Understand the S5 technique of Lean Six Sigma
Add streamlining to your organisations way of working
Learn from experienced and Certified Professionals
Waste Reduction With Lean Six Sigma
In an organisation there are different kinds of waste which need to be dealt with in order to bring about productivity. They are :
Six Sigma removes the process variations that occur in the process steps of a project while Lean tightens the links between the existing processes. To do this, it follows the 5s technique. According to this technique, five things must be done to bring about streamlining. They are :
In the Lean Six Sigma training at Percy Mayfield, four courses are offered. These are the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Upgrade.
The Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt course introduces the delegates to the basic concepts and methodologies of Lean Six Sigma. It serves as a foundation level course in the Lean Six Sigma training.
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is for those who are either already Yellow Belt certified or wish to learn the concepts of Lean Six Sigma starting from the beginning and delving deeper into it. The Green Belt Certification covers both the concepts of Yellow Belt as well as Green Belt.
The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt covers the concepts of Lean Six Sigma beyond the Green Belt. One has to be a Green Belt certified professional to take the Black Belt course.
The last in the series is Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Upgrade. This is similar to the Black Belt except that if a professional is not Green Belt, those concepts will not be taught to the delegate.
Why Should I Take Lean Six Sigma Training?
The Lean Six Sigma training imparts to the delegate the knowledge to manage waste using Lean Six Sigma techniques and methodologies. Lean Six Sigma is not industry specific and as such can be used by professionals from various fields. The Lean Six Sigma certified professionals get higher perks as compared to others. We at Pearce Mayfield ensure that the delegates get the best of knowledge and as such, they get the training from certified professionals.
How is Lean Six Sigma Beneficial?
Why Choose Pearce Mayfield?
At Pearce Mayfield, all our instructors are highly qualified and experienced. The delegates can always expect their instructors to be certified while taking the training from Pearce Mayfield. The qualification of the instructors combined with their experience works like a double-edged sword to solve the problems the delegates might face while studying or in real-time situations.
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