This program provides an integrated sequence of subject material that goes beyond the introduction to Lean and delves into the project selection and metrics necessary to affect continuous improvement in any organization. Experienced instructors present the vital elements of Lean and how these components work together to create a system of continuous improvement through collaborative problem solving.
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A multi-part test, question and answer is required. A passing score is 70% is required. You will be given a second chance to answer any questions that you did not complete properly. The test is due within 10 BUSINESS days of the last class session. Additional time may be allowed if requested.
Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth will issue a certification to participants who complete the Course attendance, pass the take home test and complete the case study. The certificate from Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth will be in pdf format.
Materials provided: All modules are provided in pdf form for download from a drop box with participant easy access. Test is in WORD format and will be emailed back to the administrator.
All sessions are recorded. These MP4 recordings are provided in the drop box for download to the participant’s computer in the event of a missed session, or for review. Private events in classroom format are not recorded.
Instructor / Administrator access: Access is provided via email and cell phone for the instructor and the administrator. We typically take questions up to 3 months beyond the Course at no additional charge.
Those who need to gain an in-depth understanding for working on Lean teams and projects with the ability to influence the team leader on project selection and metrics for success. A green belt will have the ability to assist yellow belt team members and be able to effectively communicate goals and methods to achieve positive outcomes.
Both trainings introduce a deeper dive into the project selection and metrics necessary to affect continuous improvement in any organization. The addition of “Six Sigma” adds mathematical complexity to reach a higher level of excellence in process-improvement through the use of data analysis. Lean Six Sigma Green Belt utilizes Minitab as the defacto industry standard statistical analysis package. Familiarity and working knowledge of basic algebra is required for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, not the Lean Green Belt.