Lean Six Sigma Green Belt - Classroom Training


Course Description

Are you ready to see the true power of Lean Six Sigma? According to statistics, Lean Six Sigma is one of the most famous methods used by companies to reduce waste, improve efficiency, increase customer satisfaction and increase profits. Managers, directors, project leaders, project members and even freshers are advised to take this course to establish a better work environment.
Anexas Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification is acknowledged internationally. Join this course if you want to stand out of the crowd and have the passion to make a difference to your workplace.

Anexas Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification is a blended certification of Lean and Six Sigma where you will learn the techniques of reducing time while delivering products and also a disciplined approach to improve the quality and maintain consistency in delivery of products and services. This is just the tip of the iceberg. To reach the depth of Lean Six Sigma, attend our Lean Six Sigma Green belt training and see for yourself how the processes can be improved. More than 75,000 Green Belts have been trained and certified by Anexas worldwide, therefore you know that you are learning from the best!

Course Benefits

After becoming a certified Lean Six Sigma professional, your life will change completely. Better salaries, advanced skill set, better job profiles, and influential network are just a few of the benefits of Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification. Given below is the list of benefits you will receive after doing your training with Anexas and becoming a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt:
  • Complete 2 Live real time projects during the training. Data will be provided by Anexas
  • 2 Free live project recordings
  • 2 hours of Free live project guidance every week from industry experts
  • Life time access to course materials and Free eBooks
  • Lifetime access to online live classes at no cost
  • Certificates provided by ANEXAS Europe
  • Life time validity of certificate with international recognition
  • Videos recorded by Amitabh Saxena on Lean Six Sigma tools are loaded in your dashboard, which can be accessed for a life time.
  • Anexas Lean Six Sigma Course Content is Aligned to ASQ syllabus
  • 50 worked out projects from various industries
  • Open book online tests for certification
  • Free project certificates
  • Mock interview sessions – once in a week
  • One on one live sessions for missed classes
  • Simulation exams to prepare for ASQ exams
  • Lifetime membership to Anexas Alumni group with placement assistance
  • More than 10 complementary online courses
  • Get a chance to win cash back benefits
  • Participants will get 60 PDUs for Lean Six Sigma and 40 PDUs for PMP training with the certificate
  • Online 24*7 Customer support
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Course Duration

24 Hrs


Study Material

Training Options

Classroom Training

  • 20-25 hours for course completion.
  • Training to be completed in classroom setting in various cities.
  • Hard Copy of the training material
  • Free Online guidance and mentoring for your projects.
  • Project completion during the training
  • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Project completion certificate.
  • Certification from Anexas Europe.
  • Life time Access to Anexas Learning videos.

Course Content

  • Introduction to class
  • Introduction to Anexas

  • Course purpose & objectives
  • What is Six Sigma
  • History of Six Sigma

  • Estimating process sigma
  • Understanding Variation

  • Overview of DMAIC
  • Overview of DMADV
  • Case study
  • DMAIC storyboard template

  • Project Selection Criteria
  • Team charter
  • Project Charter
  • Elements of Project Charter

  • Quality, systems, and processes
  • Work as a process

  • What is VOC and importance
  • Defining the customers
  • VOC data collection plan
  • Reactive/proactive data collection systems
  • Analyzing customer data – affinity diagram

  • Kano model
  • Defining CTQs
  • Setting specifications for CTQs
  • VOC data collection plan

  • Understanding Processes
  • Examples on SIPOC

  • Basic statistics and introduction to Minitab
  • Normal distribution
  • Mean and standard deviation
  • P-values

  • How data can help
  • Data characteristics
  • Five-step data collection process
  • Step 1: Clarify Data Collection Goals
    • Stratifying data
    • Types of data
  • Step 2: Develop Operational Definitions and Procedures
    • Operational definitions
    • Sampling approaches
    • Determining sample size
    • Population versus process samplingChecksheets
  • Step 3: Validate the Measurement System
    • Problems with measurement
    • Desired measurement characteristics for continuous variables
    • Gage R&R study
    • Gage linearity study
    • Checking a measurement system for discrete data

  • Time-ordered data
  • Understanding variation
  • Variation versus specifications
  • Taguchi Loss Function
  • Types of variation, appropriate responses
  • Special cause, common cause
  • Plots of variation
  • Control charts
  • Specifications and control limits

  • Develop a focused problem statement
  • Identify potential causes
  • Brainstorming, Five Whys
  • Understand relationships between potential causes
  • Might-cause check
  • Cause-and-effect diagram
  • Tree diagram
  • Prioritizing Input Variables

  • Verifying cause-and-effect data
  • Histograms
  • Scatter plots
  • Pareto Charts
  • Box Plots

  • Process maps
  • Identifying Value-Added path
  • VA/NVA analysis
  • Identifying flow issues

  • 8 wastes
  • Cycle time
  • Bottlenecks
  • Value Stream Mapping (VSM)

  • Involving people
  • Lean solutions
  • Generating solution alternatives
  • Evaluating solutions
  • Prioritization matrix, Pugh matrix
  • Task and timeline planning
  • Budget and resource planning
  • Planning for change
  • Planning to check
  • Potential problem analysis
  • Piloting
  • Implementing the plans

  • Quantifying results
  • Evaluation and reactions

  • Link improvement to management system
  • Methods for monitoring and control
  • Ongoing data collection, process control
  • Variation and individuals charts
  • Control charts for high-volume processes with subgroups: x bar and r charts
  • Control charts for discrete data: p, np, c, and u charts

  • Project closure
  • Closure checklist

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Industry Projects

Reduce procurement time

Large oil manufacturing company faces difficulty to meet the commitment due to delayed procurements of critical items. Help the organization by doing a lean six sigma project using more than 100 tools learnt in the training session.

Reduce patient discharge time

Initial data of patient satisfaction score shows that patients are highly concerned about delayed patient discharge time. This also reduces the admission rate of new patients as beds are not available in the morning. Helped this hospital by doing lean six sigma project by using more than 100 tools learnt in the training session

Reduction of errors and reworks in bank

High Error rates lead to lot of rework in Anexas bank which also increases the operational costs helped the bank by doing a lean six sigma project following a DMAIC methodology using the given data in the excel file.


A Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course is an extensively designed training program for professionals who aim to make a difference in their workplace and improve the way processes are designed and operated. The focus of this course is to train professionals in techniques and concepts that can be applied to improve any process in any industry. You will also learn many tools that are extremely important to efficiently run a process.

Yes. Once you pay the fees for the training, all the other costs such as certification cost, examination cost, study material costs, tools and software cost, and project training cost will be included and no extra charges will be levied.

Yes, you can directly become a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. No prior knowledge is required for this course. You can join Anexas Lean Six Sigma Training and become a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt professional in just 3 weeks.

If you do not want to pay at once, you can pay a token amount while registering and the rest anytime before the end of the course.

Anexas offers the following payment options:

  • Card payment
  • Net Banking
  • Cash

  • If the cancellation is done by the delegate before 72 hours of the start of the training, 10% will be deducted as administration fee.
  • If the cancellation is done by the delegate after that, no refund will be made.
  • After making the payment, the delegate can postpone the training date and join another batch, without any additional charges.

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