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Application are now being accepted for the 2019 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt cohort.
The Green Belt program is now part of the California Lean Academy within CalHR under the Government Operations Agency's Eureka Institute. Over 200 Green Belts are certified across the State. Will you be the next Champion of California by joining this program?
Are you a highly-motivated individual who has the desire and drive to solve the types of complex process problems that have been plaguing your organization, perhaps for many years? Do these process performance problems have any of the following consequences:
If these are the problems your organization is facing, then the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Program may just be the thing for you and your department.
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Program presents a unique opportunity to fix long-standing problems within your areas as you develop the skills to become a highly-effective process improvement practitioner. In this rigorous program, you will complete a high-impact improvement project for your department with one-on-one coaching that'll help you throughout the five month project duration. For more information on the program, see the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Program description.
CalHR will be hosting live interactive webinars to give potential participants and organizations the ability to ask questions regarding the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Program and to hear testimonials from past participants. If you would like to attend one of the free informative webinars, please send an interest email to LeanSixSigma@CalHR.Ca.Gov.
Session: To Be Determined
Cost: $5,500 per participant
How to Apply: Send an email to LeanSixSigma@CalHR.Ca.Gov to request an application package.
Lean is a continuous improvement methodology based on five key principles to eliminate waste and increase value designed to improve processes and quality from the point of view of the customer.
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Are you new to Lean? Wondering what it's all about?
The Introduction to Lean eLearning course will answer your questions. This 30-minute, free course introduces you to the basic concepts of Lean, including waste vs. value, value add vs. non-value add, and the eight wastes, also known as DOWNTIME.
If you've taken Lean White Belt training, this course is also a great refresher.
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Introduction to Lean
Introduction to Lean for mobile devices
Are you ready for a deeper dive into Lean? Sign up for this one-day course and earn your Lean White Belt.
This class provides an overview of the fundamental concepts of Lean and the tools and techniques used to identify value-added activities and eliminate waste to improve customer outcomes. You will leave class with a plan to innovate and improve your work immediately!
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Course Description for Lean White Belt
Are you ready to work on improvement projects that provide great results for yourself, your team, your department, and ultimately – the State of California? Do you want to anchor the skills learned during the Lean White Belt Course by broadening your Lean knowledge and skills? You'll learn how to make groundbreaking improvements and sustain greater results, helping to set you apart as an expert and valued team member.
During this highly interactive Yellow Belt course, participants will learn advanced tools, techniques and methods of Lean and how it ties into the business processes at their organization. Participants will learn to implement Lean tools, techniques, and practices to achieve cost reduction and improve overall quality through consistent compliance to defined quality standards.
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Course Description for Lean Yellow Belt
The Lean White Belt Train-the-Trainer (T4T) course prepares students with the necessary training and practical experience for certification as a California Lean Academy certified instructor. The California Lean White Belt course has been developed as a one-day Lean orientation session to expose state employees to process improvement methodologies.
In order to deliver the California Lean White Belt course within your department, you must first complete the three-day California Lean White Belt T4T course. Upon completion of the training and successful delivery of a Lean White Belt class as well as related homework, trainees will be certified as a California Lean Academy instructor.
Lean White Belt training content is solely for the purpose of training and used by permission from CALHR/SPB. Since completion of this course carries with it a certification, the following requirements apply:
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Course Description for Lean T4T
The links below are tools and references to help Lean graduates and their departments with eliminating process waste in
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