Training Courses

10.5 hours. This online course provides in-depth introductory training of key Lean principles and techniques, including value-added and non-value added process steps, eight types of waste, 5S, and value stream mapping.

Three days. Constant change and improvement is the job of all, not just the few—so the more people you can train in Lean Six Sigma the better. Take this course if you need to support process improvement projects in your organization and sustain performance gains.

10 days. This course of study and application is a must-have for those who want to lead teams and improve processes in their immediate work areas via the disciplined roadmap of DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control).

10 days. Targeted specifically for those who are involved in activities to improve patient care and overall operational efficiencies of clinical and office environments.

15 days. If you’re a Green Belt looking to improve your process-analysis, problem-solving and leadership abilities—and become Black Belt certified—you can quickly gain the knowledge, tools, skills and experience you need with this course.

14 hours. Constant change and improvement is the job of all, not just the few—so the more people you can train in Lean Six Sigma the better. Take this course if you need to support process improvement projects in your organization and sustain performance gains.

25 days. This rigorous course gives students all the tools and skills they need to become expert process analysts and problem solvers within the disciplined structure of DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control). If you need to solve challenging performance problems, this course is for you.

14 hours. Strategically critical performance improvement initiatives require the energy, commitment and ongoing involvement of key business leaders, or champions. If you've been designated to lead a change initiative in your organization, this course enables you to plan, drive, facilitate and sustain the initiative over time.

Five days. Take your problem-solving prowess to new heights with the Tool Master course. Whether you're on the path to becoming a Master Black Belt, or just looking to enhance your problem-solving abilities, a knowledge of advanced tools can help you meet your goals.

Five days. Design for Lean Six Sigma, also known as Design for Six Sigma, comes into play when you want to develop new products and processes—or improve existing ones to an extent that requires their redesign. This course gives you everything you need to vaccinate your new designs against waste, defects and errors.

87 hours. This course of study and application is a must-have for those who want to lead teams and improve processes in their immediate work areas via the disciplined roadmap of DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control).

Approximately 20 days. The Lean Methods Group’s Master Black Belt Development program is one of the most respected, comprehensive and flexible options available—transforming candidates into skilled professionals who perform as change agents, teachers, coaches and project leaders in direct support of strategic objectives.

108 hours. If you’re a Green Belt looking to improve your process-analysis, problem-solving and leadership abilities—and become a Black Belt—you can quickly gain the knowledge, tools, skills and experience you need with this course.

180 hours. This rigorous course gives students all the tools and skills they need to become expert process analysts and problem solvers within the disciplined structure of DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control). If you need to solve challenging performance problems, this course is for you.