Improvement Practitioner 2: Engaging others with Lean Six Sigma improvements - Orange Belt
Team Getting in Shape Team
We have been recently celebrating some job promotions for colleagues moving to other areas of UoN. Unfortunately all the start dates have fallen across Jan/Feb 2024 meaning in the short-term the Lean team is running at a 75% reduction in team capacity.
We have therefore had to make some tough decisions and have temporarily removed any 2024 central short courses that weren't already filled. We are sorry for the inconvenience this may cause and we will get central courses open again as soon as we are able.
We may be able to offer training to any teams/depts (minimum 10 delegates) that are planning specific improvement projects where training may support this to launch if so please get in touch with us here.
This course will be run face to face over 1 full day.
Who should attend:
This course is open to all University Staff and Postgraduate Research students.
This course is designed to build on participants' knowledge of improvement tools and methodologies of Lean Six Sigma thinking. The interactive day uses a set of scenarios and exercises to demonstrate how the application of Lean Six Sigma can achieve understanding, recognition and delivery of opportunities in your area of the University.
Gain a basic understanding of how to enable sustainable change by engaging people with your improvements.
Learn the basics of project and change management in the context of Lean improvement projects.
Embed further your Lean Six Sigma learning using PDCA (through simulated activities)
It builds on the foundation concepts and key tools/techniques needed to progress onto the Improvement Practitioner 3: Improving performance through Lean Six Sigma Management- HE Green Belt