White Belt workshops, sponsored by Six Sigma.us, are geared toward providing you with fundamental comprehension of the Lean Six Sigma (also known as LSS) outline involving process improvement, the ideas involved with variability, ways they can have a negative effect on process performance and the specific roles that different team members play.
Our White Belt workshop is usually 4 hours in length and covers the following topics:
Overview of LSS methods
LSS positioning roles
Introducing you to variability
Students that attend this workshop should act as the resources that lend support to the process improvement projects, regardless if it takes the form of a Project Leader or role as a team member. These specific workshops are able to be finished by coming to our Six Sigma Overview/White Belt courses. Open enrollment is available, and these classes are taught in over 20 locations, on your PC via our self-paced training, or a SixSigma.us White Belt webinar online.
All White Belt students will have an introduction to the tools and methods used to:
Acquire a basic understanding of Six Sigma and Lean
Obtain knowledge about the DMAIC process (Six Sigma structure) and their roles
Specific DMAIC processes including: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control
Reducing resources and waste while augmenting satisfaction among customers