Become a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
23
Nov
28
Sep

Become a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

23/11/2022 09:00 - 28/09/2023 12:30 PwC offices, Diegem

What is LSS?

Lean Six Sigma (LSS) is known as the most powerful continuous improvement method that combines Lean and Six Sigma to increase process quality and efficiency. Lean is all about creating value and eliminating waste for the customer, whilst improving employee satisfaction. Six sigma, on the other hand, is a data-driven approach to eliminate variation in the business process. Different ‘belts’ are used to indicate the different levels of competence and responsibilities.

Excellent companies in almost all sectors of industry and service environments prove that the approach works. This obviously increases the competitive pressure on the companies that have not yet discovered Lean Six Sigma.
But success in Lean Six Sigma is not just up for grabs.

Becoming a LSS Black Belt

Different ‘belts’ are used to indicate the different levels of competence and responsibilities. As a LSS Black Belt, you are a true LSS expert. You master all tools, concepts and the methodology. You can successfully lead improvement projects, realise sustainable results and coach others.

To become a LSS Black Belt, you have to learn the theory and prove you can apply this in practice.

Program

PICS Belgium, PwC and Logflow offer a unique people and results oriented program that will deliver results. During this program you will get a very deep understanding of Lean Six Sigma. You will learn the theory and also how to apply it in practice. The theoretical part is covered by an intense e-learning (140 hours) and hands-on classroom training. While the classroom training focuses already a lot on putting the theory into practice, the real test is in successfully finishing an improvement project. Afterwards, the PwC and Logflow certification board, consisting of Master black belts (BB), will evaluate the project and decide on the certification.

An approach that combines e-learning and hands-on classroom training. The combination of e-learning, classroom training and a certification project is used to fully engage participants, apply theory in practice and keep the focus on delivering results.

 

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When ?

The program is spread throughout the year:

  • November 23 and 24: 2 day classroom sessions on Lean by Logflow at PwC offices in Diegem
  • November – September: complete e-learning (140 hours) and online exam
  • May 10 and 11: 2 days classroom sessions on Six Sigma by PwC at PwC offices in Diegem
  • September 28: project presentation and certification by PwC and Logflow certification board (1/2 day)

What ?

  • Access to the Moresteam e-learning platform, the world leading company in LSS e-learning platforms
  • hands-on classroom sessions
  • Theoretical online certification
  • Formal LSS black belt certification by the certification board of PwC and Logflow

Goals

  • Become certified in Lean Six Sigma
  • Complete a real life project with tangible results
  • Learn how to efficiently reduce waste and variability in the organisation
  • Get acquainted with tools and methods to achieve operational excellence

Pricing

Price for this webinar

  • PICS members: 4 455  + 21% VAT
  • Non members: 4 950 € + 21% VAT

REGISTER NOW for LEAN SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT (2022 – 2023)

non PICS-members
4 950,00 excl. VAT

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PICS-members
4 455,00 excl. VAT

PICS Belgium is a certified training center recognized by the Flemish government. This means you can save up to 30% by using ‘KMO Portefeuille’. (DV.O102417)

 

Detailed program

Classroom session 1 & 2

The general Lean principles are introduced during this 2-day classroom session, together with the recipe for sustainable productivity improvement. The most important basic Lean tools will also be covered. During this session several small exercises and Lean games will be used.

General introduction to Lean
The 5 Principles of Lean

  • Define value
  • Map the value stream and eliminate waste
  • Create flow
  • Establish pull
  • Pursuit perfection

Recipe for productivity improvement (incl. Toyota Kata)
Succesful improvement: do’s & don’ts
Basic Lean tools

  • Problem solving techniques
  • Visual management
  • 5S
  • Standard Work

Classroom session 3

The first two steps of the DMAIC process are addressed during this day. For each step, we will start with a short recap of the theoretical concepts covered during the e-learning session. Afterwards, you will apply these concepts during an interactive game.

Part 1: Define
Define the project, problem and process.

  • Recap + Q&A
  • Apply learnings
  • Present solution

Part 2: Measure
Make the problem quantifiable and measurable.

  • Recap + Q&A
  • Apply learnings
  • Present solution

Classroom session 4

The last three steps of the DMAIC process are addressed during this day. Again, we will start with a short recap of the theoretical concepts covered during the e-learning session. Afterwards, you will apply these concepts by continuing the interactive game.

Part 3: Analyse
Identify the cause of the problem.

  • Recap + Q&A
  • Apply learnings
  • Present solution

Part 4: Improve
Implement and verify the solution.

  • Recap + Q&A
  • Apply learnings
  • Present solution

Part 5: Control
Maintain the solution and close the project.

  • Recap + Q&A
  • Apply learnings
  • Present solution

Your instructors


Akanksha Tyagi
Manager PwC and LSS Master Black Belt


Anouk Floren
Consultant Logflow

PICS Belgium