Lean Six Sigma (Green Belt) Certificate
Lean Six Sigma is an operating strategy that seeks to maximize productivity by creating value in the eyes of the end user. The focus is not on a single department, area or process, but on the optimization of the entire system. The participants will discover how Lean Six Sigma relates to best processes and practices; those which optimize resources and yield the best products or services in the fastest manner, at the lowest cost, and to the satisfaction of the client.
Participants will gain a practical understanding of the use of the Six Sigma approach within a project management context. For example, they will learn how to identify a problem, convert it to a statistical problem, find a statistical solution and convert it into a practical solution.
The project Leadership modules (PMGT101-PMGT106) in this program will complement the curriculum included within the Lean Six Sigma modules (LSSP101-LSSP106).
Program Model / Completion Requirements
Please note the course codes for Project Leadership and Project Management are changing for the Fall Term - the new course code is PMGT.
A NAIT Lean Six Sigma Certificate will be awarded upon successful completion of:
- core modules PMGT101-PMGT106, plus
- certificate specific modules LSSP101 - LSSP106
Students can take the certificate-specific modules prior to or after the core (Project Leadership) modules.
|PMGT101||Introduction To Project Management|
|PMGT103||Team-Building & Facilitative Leadership|
|PMGT104||Project Scope Management|
|PMGT105||Project Time Management PERT/CPM|
|PMGT106||Project Management Tools|
|Additional Required Modules|
|LSSP101||Lean Six Sigma (Yellow Belt)|
|LSSP102||Define Customer Requirements (Define / Measure)|
|LSSP103||Process Analysis (Define)|
|LSSP104||Introduction to Measurements (Measure)|
|LSSP105||Introduction to Statistical Decision Making (Analyze)|
|LSSP106||Process Improvement Techniques: Sustaining World Class Performance (Improve & Control)|
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