Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training and Certification

GAZELLES provide you with a thorough knowledge of Lean Six Sigma philosophies and principles, including supporting systems and tools based on ASQ/IASSC Body of knowledge. A certified Green Belt exhibits team leadership, understands team dynamics, and assigns his/her team members roles and responsibilities. They have a complete understanding of the DMAIC model in accordance with Lean Six Sigma principles, have a basic knowledge of lean enterprise concepts, and they can identify non-value-added elements and activities. 

Course Highlights

  • Program contents are mainly based on ASQ/IASSC Body of Knowledge and help participants for effective preparation of final ASQ/IASSC Certification exam of Six Sigma Green Belt
  • Gives the participants a comprehensive knowledge of Lean Six Sigma Methodology and the DMAIC process
  • Enables participants to understand the role of a Green belt as a key change agent in their organizations
  • Gives the participants a comprehensive understanding of Lean Six Sigma applications by exposing them to examples from cross functions and cross industry
  • Gives participants an understanding to Define, Scope and Work on Lean Six Sigma Projects
  • Gives participants an understanding to characterize a complex problem
  • Enables participants to understand linkage between business priorities and Lean Six Sigma
  • Post training support for the projects through mails and web interactions (more than 10 hrs/project)

Some of the things you will learn in your Green Belt Training

  • Lean Six Sigma philosophy of process improvement
  • Customer centered business
  • Lean manufacturing
  • Statistical and graphical analysis tools
  • Coaching successful project teams
  • Group/organizational assessment

Five-Days Classroom Program + 40 Hours Online Learning

  1. Overview: Lean Six Sigma and the Organization
    1. Six sigma and organizational goals
    2. Lean principles in the organization
    3. Lean Wastes in HR processes
    4. 3 M concept
    5. Lean tools; 5 S, Kaizen, VSM, Poka yoke, Visual controls
    6. Overview of Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)
  2. Six Sigma – Define
    1. Process Management for Projects
    2. Project Charter consisting of Business case, Problem/Goal statement
    3. SIPOC, Cost of Poor Quality, Hidden factory
    4. Management and planning tools
    5. Team dynamics and performance
    6. Case Study
  3. Six Sigma – Measure
    1. Process analysis and documentation
    2. Probability and statistics
    3. Collecting and summarizing data
    4. Normal Probability distribution
    5. Aaribute Measurement system analysis
    6. Process capability calculations and performance baselining
    7. Data Collection plan
  4. Six Sigma – Analyze
    1. Visual Exploratory data analysis
    2. Process Mapping
    3. Cause and Effect matrix
    4. Failure Mode Effect Analysis
    5. Correlation and Simple linear regression
    6. Pareto chart ; Histogram
    7. Process Capability metrics
  5. Six Sigma – Improve and Control
    1. Solution selection matrix
    2. Benchmarking
    3. Cost benefit analysis
    4. Mistake proofing
    5. Statistical process control (SPC)
    6. Implement and validate solutions
    7. Control plan

Who Should Attend?

  • Quality and/or Training Coordinators;
  • Engineers, Business Unit Managers, Program Managers and other practitioners/change agents who will be conducting Six Sigma projects; or
  • Individuals interested in having career growth and ASQ certification for Green Belts


  • Understand how to improve the bottom line, save time and cut cost
  • Motivate Employees and win Customer confidence
  • Improves Project Management Skills
  • Fast track your career growth by strategically aligning your process with organization objective and linking it with cost benefit analysis
  • Encourages Statistical and system Thinking
  • Eliminate waste and defects by applying Lean Six Sigma tools
  • Create cross functional awareness/ competency building