The LEAN Orange Belt – Practitioner training is part of the introduction to Lean Six Sigma, and forms the basis for any further steps up to the LEAN Green Belt – Specialist training.
On top of the LEAN Awareness training, the Orange Belt training provides an introduction to process management and will cover specific Lean Six Sigma topics. As a result, you will gain a better understanding of processes and be able to add even more value in achieving overall organizational goals. The classroom Orange Belt training takes 2 days and there are no other entry requirements you must meet.
During LEAN Orange Belt training, you will be taught techniques that will enable you to lead Lean projects through the key stages of Lean Sigma. It includes a deepening of the Lean Sigma tools and the DMAIC(Define, Measure, Analyze, Improveand Control) phases.
During the classroom portion, participants will complete 3 full exercises. After the classroom portion, trainees should be able to put the skills learned into practice by solving a real problem using A3 DMAIC.
By the end of the training you will be able to:
- Understand the basic principles/fundamentals of Lean Six Sigma
- Have in-depth knowledge of Lean, Six Sigma & DMAIC methodology
- Learn techniques in guiding Lean projects through the key stages of DMAIC
- Apply DMAIC and common tools to solve daily problems
- Facilitate the Problem Solving process for your identified problem (with coaching)
- Knowing how to get started when a problem is identified
The training is ideal for any team member who will be involved as a participant in Lean activities and is set to improve an organization on a daily basis. In addition, this training is preparation for further Lean training.
Training Model & Course Duration
The LEAN Orange Belt – Practitioner training is a hands-on classroom training, carried out by a certified Master Black Belt and lasts 2 days.
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Our Lean Training Program is accredited by the leading accreditation institute LCS (Lean Compentency System). All components of our training system are aligned with the LCS principles of “Lean Thinking” and appropriately developed to support a systematic approach to continuous improvement. We are able to share our Lean knowledge and thinking in such a way that everyone is able, by using a particular method, to create a working environment in which continuous improvement is paramount.