Certificate in Lean Six Sigma (Green Belt) (NFQ Level 7)
SPRING COURSE BOOKED OUT! NOW ENROLLING FOR AUTUMN 2017
- Introduction & Overview
- Change Management
- Define: Project Charter, Project Team Structure, Project Planning, Customer Analysis, Define Gate Review
- Measure: Process Mapping, VSM, Data Collection, Basic Statistics, Measurement System Analysis, Baseline calculation, Measure Gate Review
- Analyse: Basic Root Cause Analysis, Determining Critical Root Causes, Statistical Analysis, Analyse Gate Review
- Improve: Prioritising Solutions, Piloting Solutions, Kaizen, Lean Process Improvements, Improve Gate Review
- Control: Control Measures, Control Plans, Project Closure
Students will be assessed by a combination of progress reports, presentations, project and Multi-Choice Questionnaire.
Dundalk Institute of Technology (Level 7 Special Purpose Award-10 credits)
Who Should Apply?
Lean Six Sigma has become the most successful approach to Continuous Improvement across all industries regardless of size, position in the supply chain or service provided. An essential element of Lean Six Sigma roll-out is Green Belt training. This Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course will teach students the tools and methodology necessary to successfully lead and contribute to DMAIC improvement projects within organisations.
How To Apply
Enrol online via the Green Button above.
12 weeks, one evening (Wednesdays) per week for 3 hours 6.30pm-9.30pm plus 1 Saturday morning session (10.00am-1.00pm).
Wednesday 27th September at 6.30pm
(a) Mature applicants (i.e. over 23 years of age) with appropriate work experience. Interviews may apply to all mature students without a qualification.
(b) Leaving Certificate Grade D3 in five subjects at ordinary level (or equivalent) to include mathematics and a language (English or Irish), or equivalent.
Candidates should have at least three year’s experience in a suitable working environment. The course is aimed at all personnel working within the design, manufacturing, transactional, sales or support environment. It is suitable for management and team leaders through to shop floor personnel and employees directly involved in the process.
School of Business and Humanities
Lifelong Learning Centre,
Dundalk Institute of Technology,
Dublin Road, Dundalk, Co. Louth