Six Sigma Courses


Below are the accredited Six Sigma Course providers. These providers fully meet the stringent policies and code of conduct as per The Lean and Six Sigma Society of Professionals. Please contact them directly if you would like to enrol or gather more information. If you are a Lean Course provider and would like your organisation to feature on our website, please contact us.


Various levels in the Six Sigma Certification

various levels in the Six Sigma Certification and Lean Courses


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Accredited Six Sigma Course Providers

Course Provider Green Belt Black Belt Master Black Belt Brochure
Vative Pty Ltd Six Sigma Green Belt course by www.vative.com.au Six Sigma Black Belt course by www.vative.com.au Six Sigma Master Black Belt course by www.vative.com.au click to download



What are the benefits of Six-Sigma?

Those organisations that implement Six-Sigma correctly achieve significant benefits that contribute to competitive advantage and to changing the culture in an organisation from reactive problem solving to proactive problem prevention. Specifically the proven benefits include:

For the organisation

  • Bottom line cost savings (5%-20% of turnover p.a.)
  • Improved quality of product or service as perceived by the customer (internal and external customers)
  • Reduction in process cycle times
  • Development of staff skills
  • Common language throughout the organisation
  • World class standard

For the individual

  • Improved knowledge and skills
  • Ability to apply a wide range of tools & techniques
  • A status that is recognised world wide

Six-Sigma Green and Black belts are well sought after by many organizations for their problem solving prowess and are highly respected in all business sectors. According to the Six-Sigma Academy, Black Belts save companies approximately $230,000 per project and can complete 4 to 6 projects per year. General Electric (GE), one of the most successful companies implementing Six-Sigma, has estimated benefits on the order of $10 billion during the first five years of implementation. GE first began Six-Sigma in 1995 after Motorola and Allied Signal blazed the Six-Sigma trail. Since then, thousands of companies around the world have discovered the far reaching benefits of Six-Sigma.


What is the Six Sigma course content

  • Introduction to Six Sigma Business implementations and it’s origins
  • The DMAIC model for process improvement (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control)
  • Structured problem solving methodology for addressing continuous business improvement projects
  • Intermediate-level quality tools within the DMAIC methodology and links to Lean tools
  • How to generate bottom line financial results
  • Detailed insights and knowledge of Minitab software functions

Course delivery method

  • Open Class
  • On-site Training
  • Workshops
  • Computer based Training (CBT)

 

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1 June 2011

Official launch of the LSSSP website for undertaking online examinations for Lean and Six Sigma.

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