Lean Six Sigma Academy
This is a part-time professional learning program in which participants will work through online modules and in-person classroom sessions to learn core methodologies of Lean Six Sigma processes. The courses emphasize interactive simulations, small group interaction and comprehensive real-world projects. Upon completion of the capstone and project for each belt level, participants can earn a MCC Lean Six Sigma Certificate and an American Society of Quality (ASQ®) that are recognized and desired in business and industry. What is Lean Six Sigma? Lean Six Sigma is a process improvement methodology designed to improve efficiency, eliminate waste, mitigate quality issues, and improve working conditions to provide a better response to customers’ needs. The combination of Lean and Six Sigma tools, methods and principles creates a powerful and transformative methodology for improving your organization’s operations, mindset, and culture.
For more information, visit the MCC Lean Six Sigma webpage.
This course introduces the core methodologies of Lean Six Sigma Process Improvement Model (D.M.A.I.C.) which combines the disciplines of Lean and Six Sigma. This course covers the following topic areas: Overview of Lean Six Sigma and Introduction to the core concepts of the LSS process improvement methodology; Cost of Poor Quality; Voice of the Customer; Core LSS project Tools; Process mapping; Core Lean Tools; data Collection; and error proofing. This course emphasizes interactive simulations, small group interaction, and a comprehensive real-world project in order to gain the distinction of Certified Lean Six Sigma White Belt and Yellow Belt.
MCC and ASQ® certifications do not have experience requirements. ASQ® certification is optional.
$999 tuition plus $25 certification fee
LSS Yellow Belt Plus includes both LSS White Belt and LSS Yellow Belt certifications.
40 Hours Total (22 hours online, 8 hours classroom)
Each trained Yellow Belt will learn the following objectives:
- Introduction to Six Sigma
- Introduction to Lean principles
- Voice of the Customer
- Mapping the Process
- Eight Wastes
- Kaizen Event
- Current State VSM
- Future State VSM
- Cause and Effect Diagrams
- Flow and Pull Systems
- SS Methodology
- Visual Management
- Standard Work
- Workplace Design and Layout
- Controlling the Process
Audience Anyone in the organization, including executive champions to entry-level team members. Typical industries include manufacturing, sales, supply chain, customer service, finance, and information technology.
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