Lean Green Belts are the driving forces and project leaders of improvement projects. The Lean method is aimed at achieving maximum value for the customer with the least possible waste (muda). By working smart and efficient, costs go down, which leads to an improvement of customer experience and operating result.
Project leaders, team leaders, and engineers who carry out Lean projects.
After this training, you are able to map processes and value streams. You also have a large number of practical tools to make processes more stable and to shorten throughput times.
SVE / HVE +
You get the most benefit from a Lean Green Belt training if you study the subject matter after each block and go through the next training block. Our rule of thumb is 8 hours of teaching is 8 hours of preparation and study. The study load, therefore, amounts to approximately 40 hours
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What is the content of the Lean Green Belt training?
The following topics are covered during this 5-day Lean Green Belt training:
● Experiencing Lean by playing a process simulation
● History of Lean and continuous improvement
● Lean principles (Value, Value stream, Flow, Pull, Continuous improvement)
● Describing customer value (Voice of the Customer)
● Smart organizing of your own working environment with the help of 5S
● The importance of standardized working
● Following the correct improvement approach (PDCA, DMAIC)
● Mapping and eliminating waste (‘Muda’)
● Active involvement in a continuous improvement project (Kaizen)
● Research into the root cause (Root Cause analyzes)
● Apply Lean instruments
● The importance of error-free (First Time Right / Poka Yoke)
● Calculate and assess Lean performance indicators
● Set up a project assignment (project charter) and A3 reporting
● Forming and managing an improvement team
● Establishing a value stream (Current State)
● Visualizing the improvement potential (Future State)
● Develop standards and work instructions
● Assess and improve the quality management system
● Reducing overload (‘Muri’)
● Reducing imbalance (‘Mura’)
● Performing risk analysis (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis)
● Setting up and maintaining a continuous improvement culture (Kaizen)
In company (price on request)
This training is most effective when given in-company and linked to an internal improvement program. The in-company training also offers you the opportunity to make the training organization-specific. Furthermore, during the training the translation is made directly between the theory and your own practice.
By default all students receive a certificate of participation. In addition, we offer the possibility to obtain an internationally recognized certificate for the Lean Yellow Belt training. To this end, we work together with the LSSA (Lean Six Sigma Academy). The exam is in Dutch.
Symbol is a so-called ATO (Accredited Training Organization). You can, therefore, register directly with us.