"Lean Six Sigma Green Belt 2010"
www.gsb.uts.edu.au/edu Lean Six Sigma Green Belt 2010 Course Details WITH CERTIFICATION OPTION 2010 Program Dates March 23-26 The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training program equips participants with the skills and knowledge Duration to help facilitate and support an organisation's improvement program. This program follows on from 4 days Lean Six Sigma Foundations. 8.30am-5.30pm Price What is the Purpose of a Green Belt? $3,990 (GST-free) Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training provides the skills necessary to facilitate improvement projects plus $1200 for certification successfully and deliver intended business results. The Green Belt program aims to equip Discounts individuals with the skills to: 15% for 3+ enrolments 10% for UTS Alumni − Assist in the identification of organisational changes required to maintain or accelerate peak performance Presenters Alan Skinner and − Facilitate the implementation of such changes Daniel Ionita − Develop a team of people to carry out these changes. Location City/Haymarket Campus Who Will Benefit? Max. Enrolments This training program is essential for: 25 − Companies undertaking an organisational improvement program Entry Requirements − Individuals keen to upgrade their skills in Lean Six Sigma facilitation. Lean Six Sigma Foundations Participants may be: Further Information − Project Managers leading improvement projects and programs Tel: 02 9514 3504 − Employees who will act as a facilitator or coach for improvement activities Email: executive.development @uts.edu.au − Individuals interested in developing a career in Business Improvement and Process Excellence. This training course may contribute to your CPD Green Belt Certification (optional) (Continuing Professional Development) To qualify for Green Belt certification, participants requirements. must devise and execute a project Improvement Plan. This improvement plan must be conducted Program with approval from a sponsor (usually your Specific content over the four days includes: employer or workplace). At the end of the project, − Review of improvement methodologies, participants are to submit a completed report with including DMAIC, UDTI, Learn Six Sigma their project portfolio. Satisfactory completion of all and Design for Six Sigma requirements will result in Green Belt certification. − Fundamental concepts and principles of improvement, including Systems Thinking About the Presenters and Variation Daniel Ionita is a trained Six Sigma Black Belt with significant experience in facilitating improvement − Using DMAIC and UDTI Models for projects, particularly in IT companies, such as Improvement Digital Equipment Corporation and Compaq. − Improvement Planning and Analytical tools − Statistical Process Control knowledge and Alan Skinner is a lecturer in the Masters Course on skills Business Excellence at UTS in the School of − Facilitation skills and interventions Management. A trained Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, − Communication skills Alan has over twenty years experience in − Leading a team to use specific analytical organisational improvement projects. tools − Project commissioning All Green Belt participants are certified to industry standards. This UTS Lean Six Sigma training − The roles of management in business program is aligned with benchmarks for Lean Six improvement Sigma standards worldwide. − The role of an Improvement Project Management Office − Roles and responsibilities of team members.