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Lean Six Sigma Awareness
Basic introduction to Lean
What is Lean?
The beginning of your Improvement journey
What is Six Sigma?
Every participant, including White Belts, play a crucial role in driving organizational improvement through Lean Six Sigma projects. White Belts provide valuable support by offering their assistance in data collection and providing insightful perspectives on process performance. Moreover, the White Belt level serves as the starting point for aspiring Six Sigma practitioners. White Belt participants who demonstrate enthusiasm and aptitude have the opportunity to progress to Yellow or Green Belt training, allowing them to achieve higher belt rankings and acquire advanced expertise if desired.
White Belt training is ideal for individuals who are new to Lean Six Sigma and wish to deepen their knowledge of the methodology's impact on organizations. This training is particularly beneficial for:
Leaders who recognize the need for substantial improvement
Managers interested in applying Lean Six Sigma techniques
Employees working in organizations focused on continuous improvement
Anyone seeking to gain a solid foundation in Lean Six Sigma fundamentals and best practices
Let's embark on this learning journey together and meet your dedicated instructors. Get ready to enhance your skills and make a significant impact on your organization's success.
1 week ago
This is a good course to take to get a quick high-level understanding of what Lean Six Sigma (LSS) is and how it can be utilized to solve problems and improve processes. I would recommend taking this course to anyone who is not familiar with LSS so that they can start getting a feel for what problem-solving tools are available and gain a sense of what others are doing in an organization where LSS is utilized. The course is only a couple of hours long, so not a huge time commitment, which was helpful, but at the same time, I was hoping for a few more examples/case studies to demonstrate the topics being taught; however, that appears not to be the scope of this curriculum.
1 week ago
It provides a clear concept of the topics with user friendly interface.
1 week ago
"The Cannsult Lean SixSigma White Belt course on Awareness was a good introduction to the concepts of Lean SixSigma. The material was easy to follow and covered the pertinent details of Lean SixSigma - White Belt information. There were some questions that were written confusingly, which threw me off a bit, but other than that, it was a solid experience. My only other criticism is that after completing the course, I felt that I was still at square one, because although I had awareness of the Lean SixSigma concepts, it doesn't necessarily guarantee that I'll set myself apart from my competition or colleagues. According to the course, that doesn't happen until at least Lean SixSigma - Green Belt training. It was a little discouraging seeing the numbers that all employees of a company would have White Belt training, but this was before I was given the opportunity to continue with Cannsult's Lean SixSigma - Yellow Belt training. That helped alleviate my frustration with feeling discouraged upon completing the White Belt training with Cannsult. All in all, was a positive experience, and I would recommend it to other members of the work force trying to differentiate themselves from the pack, and become more of an asset to their company with important efficiency problem-solving skills that they can use for the rest of their career. I appreciate the opportunity to learn from a couple of people that I highly respect and value their knowledge completely. Thank you so much! "
Riaan is a dynamic leader, coach, facilitator, Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt with over 20 years of hands-on experience driving business results. Riaan is highly skilled and has worked across diverse industries internationally. With a degree in Chemical Engineering, Riaan started in the major breweries and bakeries in South Africa and was so dedicated to his work that he was often known to take his work home with him.