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  • High Quality Videos - All Chapters

  • Downloadable and Online Study Guides

  • Case Studies

  • Proctored Online Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate Exam (180 minutes, 125 Questions)

  • Course Validity - 180 days

The Online Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course is designed for a professional who wants an in depth understanding of Lean Six Sigma methods, tools and techniques and to be Green Belt certified by an internationally recognised name ( International Lean Six Sigma Institute). The class is recognised by and you are registered on their website at  The exam is  online 125 muliple choice questions.  It is a 180 minute proctored exam ( by webcam ). 

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The Online Lean Six Sigma Green Belt  training course provides the detailed understanding of the methodologies, tools and techniques of Lean and Six Sigma necessary for leading teams and coaching and mentoring other employees for reduction in costs, cycle-times, improved quality, and elimination of waste.  The certified Green Belt will be trained with the tools and understanding of Lean Six Sigma methodology necessary to make strategic decisions and consider the impacts of projects and changes at an enterprise level.

The training emphasises a disciplined and data-driven decision making approach for leading problem-solving projects. The course presents all the key concepts necessary to prepare student for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification exam.




There are no course prerequisites for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course and exam.




Free trial of sample lesson from the Green Belt online Study package:


  • Introduction to Lean Six Sigma

1. History of Quality (Deming, Juran, JIT, Ishikawa, Taguchi, etc.)

2. Evolution of Six Sigma

3. Defining Six Sigma – philosophy and objectives

4. Overview of Six Sigma DMAIC process

  • Stakeholders & Setting up a Six Sigma Project

1. Identifying and Documenting stakeholder requirements

a. Identifying stakeholders and customers

b. Data collection and analysis

c. Determining critical requirements

2. Project Selection Criteria

a. Identifying performance metrics

b. Using Financial criteria to evaluate project benefits

c. Maximizing project benefits for the organization

  • Define

1. Important Stakeholders

2. Impact On Stakeholders

3. Critical To Requirements

4. Benchmarking

5. Business performance measures

6. Financial measures

7. VOC

8. Kano's Customer Satisfaction Levels

9. Juran's Customer Needs

10. Market Research

11. CTQ Flowdown

12. QFD

13. Performance Metrics

14. Project Charter

  • Measure

1. Processes, Process characteristics, process flow metrics, inputs and outputs

2. Process maps and Flow chart


4. Data Type & Measurement scale

5. Data Collection

6. Sampling strategies

7. Fishbone Diagram

8. Relational Matrices or Prioritization Matrix

9. Basic Statistics

10. Analytical Statistics

11. Gauge R & R

12. Process Capability Analysis

  • Analyze

1. Correlation and Regression Analysis

2. Testing of Hypothesis


4. Gap Analysis

5. The Five Whys

6. Pareto Diagram

7. Tree Diagram

8. Non value added activities

9. Cost of poor Quality (COPQ)

  • Improve

1. DOE

2. Poka-yoke

3. 5S

4. Kanban

5. Standard Operations

6. Operator work instructions

7. Cycle time reduction

8. Continuous Flow Manufacturing


10. Kaizen and Kaizen Blitz

11. Theory of Constraints (TOC)

12. Risk analysis

  • Control

1. Statistical Process Control

2. Other Control Tools

3. Maintain Controls

4. Sustaining Improvements

  • DFSS


  • Additional Lean

1. A Value Stream Map

2. Lean is Speed

3. Total Supply Chain

4. Lean Six Sigma Logistics


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