Continuous Improvement Training

Lean Process Improvement

A 2-day course providing excellent tools and approaches to effectively introduce Lean thinking and processes into
your organisation

5S Training courses

Sort, Set in order, Systemize, Shine and Sustain your way to increased productivity
& 5S is method of creating

Hold a Kaizen event

Hold a fun team building event that
engages your event that engages
your improvement (CI)

Six Sigma Short Courses view Six Sigma belt certifications

Lean Six Sigma
Introduction

A 1-day introductory course, designed to provide awareness and understanding of the history, goals and methodology.

Lean Six Sigma
Awareness

A 1/2 day course designed increase support from general staff for Six Sigma Projects.

Lean Team Member
Course

An IASSC approved Six Sigma Introduction course designed to help general team members contribute constructively to Six Sigma Projects.

Lean Six Sigma
Executive Briefing

A 3-hour Helicopter view of Six Sigma, designed for the Executive Team.

Lean Six Sigma
Project Selection

How to choose ‘quick win’ projects, and projects that will have the best ROI

Lean Six Sigma
Management Champions

A course designed for the management layer that aren’t Six Sigma practitioners, but will be instrumental change agents.

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement Professionals

Lean Six Sigma is a process improvement methodology combining Lean manufacturing techniques with Six Sigma tools and strategies.

Lean is a methodology that works on the principle of maximising value to customers while minimising waste. It focuses on reducing waste from processes to reduce costs of production while enhancing product/service quality.

Six Sigma combines the use of various tools and strategies to achieve process improvement. For process improvement, it uses the project methodology of Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control (DMAIC). For product designing, it uses Design for Six Sigma (DFSS). The aim of Six Sigma is to improve processes, which leads to greater productivity, reduced costs, and enhanced quality of the product/service.

In Lean Six Sigma, Lean and Six Sigma methodologies are combined to eliminate waste and improve processes.

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