Gain the Six Sigma knowledge and practical experience at Green Belt level to improve business processes in your organisation by attending this RSS certified Six Sigma Green Belt Development Programme.

The course incorporates:

  • our 5-day Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training course, covering key topics such as the organisational benefits of Lean Six Sigma, DMAICT methodology, stakeholder management, Lean principles, risk management and practical problem-solving
  • 2 further days of practical experience in applying Lean Six Sigma Green Belt competencies within a case study, including justifying business process improvement, identifying root causes, and presenting projects
  • 1 day preparation for Green Belt certification against ISO 18404 through the RSS 18404 Sector Scheme
  • 1-1 coaching with a Master Black Belt to support delegates who wish to make their own RSS application

The course has been designed for delegates seeking ISO 18404 certification with the Royal Statistical Society under the RSS 18404 Sector Scheme.

It is also recommended for those:

  • wishing to gain practical experience applying Lean Six Sigma Green Belt competencies
  • undertaking improvement activities as part of their role
  • responsible for implementing improvements in a project or more widely
  • working within organisations which have achieved, or are seeking to achieve, ISO 18404 certification

As this course incorporates our certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training course, no prior knowledge is required.

Students who have already completed the Six Sigma Green Belt training course need only attend the final 3 days of this course. Contact our training team to book.

Please note that the course incorporates mathematical and statistical elements. Delegates are required to use Excel, or similar, during the course within the exercises.

  • ISO 18404:2015 overview and certification requirements
  • Lean, Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma (LSS) roles
  • process thinking and the LSS toolkit
  • DMAIC(T) project management
  • stakeholder management
  • lean principles
  • change management
  • risk management
  • sustainability and control
  • statistics, data and problem solving
    • data acquisition for analysis
    • statistical concepts (sampling, frequency distributions, hypothesis testing)
    • practical problem solving (root cause analysis and localisation)
  • Six Sigma tools
    • regression and correlation
    • designed experiments
    • analysis of variance
    • statistical process control (SPC)
  • statistical software use
  • practical application of Lean Six Sigma Green Belt competencies
    • defining the project
    • justifying business process improvement
    • identifying benefits and project risks
    • identifying process issues and root causes
    • identifying and proving solutions
    • documenting and presenting projects
  • preparing for Green Belt certification through the RSS 18404 Sector Scheme
    • review of ISO 18404 competency requirements
    • building a portfolio of competencies
    • progress review
    • mock assessment centre

By the end of this course, delegates will be able to:

  • define a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt project, identifying the benefits and project risks
  • apply root cause analysis techniques to identify factors for process improvements
  • implement solutions and verify benefits delivered
  • work effectively with others to achieve objectives
  • identify and understand their own strengths and plan for self-development
  • plan, manage and contribute to Six Sigma improvement projects
  • train others to perform at the same level

Successful attendance on this course will contribute towards becoming certified under Sector Scheme RSS 18404. Delegates who achieve ISO 18404 certification will be eligible to join the RSS register, which is used by organisations to identify certified Lean and Six Sigma professionals.

All delegates will receive an RSS approved ISO 18404 Six Sigma Green Belt certificate following completion of the programme.

ISO 18404 Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate