Six Sigma Green Belt programme

Our full Six Sigma Green Belt programme is conducted face to face using a mixture of practical learning and theory, including descriptive and inferential statistical methods. It has been created for managers and team leaders with a key role in Six Sigma project delivery teams, and is designed to enhance their understanding.

What you’ll need

  • Access to a car or public transport to attend the face-to-face training
  • A basic understanding of lean tools and techniques, along with manufacturing experience
  • A Six Sigma Yellow Belt qualification isn’t necessary, but will prove beneficial

How it works

  • Hands-on training (comprising presentations, discussions, group activities and interactive learning exercises), delivered by experienced Six Sigma Master Black Belt practitioners
  • 10 days of 8-hour training over 3 months


Part 1 (3 days)

  • Six Sigma overview
  • How Six Sigma relates to lean practices
  • Introduction to the Six Sigma DMAIC process
  • Basic statistics and principles of variation
  • Introduction to Minitab
  • Project charters
  • Cause and effect analysis
  • Process mapping
  • Data collection

Part 2 (3 days)

  • Project progress reviews
  • Gauge repeatability and reproducibility
  • Process capability analysis
  • Analysis of variance (ANOVA)
  • Graphical analysis of input/output variables
  • Stratification techniques
  • Confidence intervals
  • Using data to change behaviours

Part 3 (4 days)

  • Project progress reviews
  • Introduction to hypothesis testing (ANOVA, regression, chi-squared, t-tests)
  • Generating and selecting solutions
  • Optimisation of critical X’s
  • Mistake proofing
  • Process control
  • How to make Six Sigma sustainable