|Course||Lean Six Sigma (Green Belt)|
|Start Date||27th February|
|Entry Requirements||ECDL or Basic competence in Microsoft Office suite of software|
|How to Apply||You can apply online or alternatively contact our admissions team on 01 8309677.|
What will you Learn
It will provide you with the knowledge and skills to lead continuous improvement initiatives and to assist project teams in the delivery of better performance to gain a competitive advantage. It is viewed as a very important approach to continuous improvement across the manufacturing and service sector.
Understand the value of increasing productivity, reducing waste and achieving on-going improvement in business processes. It will provide excellent opportunities to progress your career path.
Core area of study
|History of continuous improvement initiatives|
|Lean six sigma defined and the development of a lean six sigma strategy|
|Project team structure and project planning|
|Process mapping, data collection and measurement|
|Piloting solutions, kaizen, lean process improvements|
|Controlling and project closure|
Overall, six sigma is a strategic system for managing total business enterprises. It works to optimise the control function of the entire enterprise and improve; quality, capacity and cycle time of the company.
Course work 100% - Learners will gain a solid foundation in planning Lean and Six Sigma projects and then be able to launch the projects successfully.
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* The course will be delivered subject to a minimum number of students enrolling for this intake.
Start Dates: Tuesday from 2/27/18 to 8/5/18
|Non EU Cost||€695.00|
|Comments||This Courses runs on evening for 11 weeks. Classes run from 6:15 to 9:15pm with a short break of 15 minutes.|