What is Lean Six Sigma(Green Belt / Yellow Belt)?


Lean Six Sigma is a proven business management strategy that helps organizations operate more efficiently, by combining two ideas:

  • Lean - a collection of techniques for reducing the time needed to provide products or services, and
  • Six Sigma - a collection of techniques for improving the quality of products and services, substantially contributing to increased customer satisfaction.

Six Sigma is the best method where the leaders and managers have enabled their companies to run a smooth market free from defects and variations.

When these management standards meet the mark….

  • Improving Process
  • Lowering Defects
  • Increased Profit
  • Increased Customer Satisfaction
  • Reducing Costs
  • Reducing Process Variability

Accordingly, you become the company’s hero and your rewards will be reflected in your bank account.



Course objectives:

At the end of the Six Sigma Green Belt training, you will be able to:

  • Become a key stakeholder in leading, and implementing lean six sigma projects in your organization
  • Describe how to identify an improvement project in the Define phase
  • Explain how to measure process and product in the Measure phase
  • Perform data analysis and hypothesis testing in the Analyze phase
  • Identify the possible improvement actions for the performance of variations in the Improve phase
  • Define efficient operating levels for inputs and outputs in the Control phase
  • Use DFSS Tools such as Quality Function Deployment (QFD), Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), and Risk Priority Number (RPN)

Key Benefits for Professionals

  • Helps differentiate yourself and validate your knowledge to current & future employers
  • Demonstrates your commitment to continuing education and professional standards
  • Increases your marketability in a competitive job market
  • Promotes best practices in the field

Key Benefits for Organizations

  • 00034% Defects:

Six Sigma completely revolves around only one principle reducing defects and ultimately increase the quality of product or service. So when an organization implements Six Sigma in their process then the business will totally focus on that one principle based statistical data driven approach.

  • Reducing Cost:

Read Carefully…. The main aim is to cut down the maximum amount of costs and Generate

Maximus (maximum) profits. Using a statistical approach, the focus is to Demolish all defects…basically leading to saving of time, resources, power, manpower efforts and ultimately money.

  • Increased Customer Satisfaction:

Steve Jobs once quoted… “Customers don’t know what they want…unless they see it in

front of their eyes” and thus helped Apple create amazing products. The simple theory is to

step yourself ahead of the customers’ eye. Don’t wait for them to ask for some KICK-ASS

product/ service

Instead create one and make them desire it. Now your focus while developing this KICK-ASS product/ service is to sustain the span of the same. This ultimately reduces the variation (defect)…so bottom-line story = Increased customer satisfaction and increased customer loyalty


How Much It Cost

The standard cost for LSS Training & Certification course is as below:

  • SixSigma Yellow Belt Training & Certification - Rs 14000 per participant
  • SixSigma Green Belt Training & Certification - Rs 18000 per participant
  • SixSigma Black Belt Training & Certification - Rs 55000 per participant


We keep on giving exciting discounts to our participants. Check the current discounted price by calling us. You can also drop an enquiry and one of our executive will get back to you asap.


Job Prospects

This certification is aimed for the newbies. If you’re new in the sacred game of Six Sigma, then this is absolutely meant for you. This is a foundation of knowledge where you learn the level-basics of project development and management. So basically you get enhanced career opportunities which are enough to get you a 5-6 figure monthly pay-check.


It is always advisable to pursue a Lean Six Sigma training to understand the significance it holds at an enterprise level. Not only does it helps you with better problem solving and quality management skills but also offers you the chance to achieve 10% to 15% more salary than others.
Today there are multiple ways to resolve a problem. The trial and error process though is outmoded to a great extent, but is still in use. This process results in data inaccuracies which in turn translate to poor enhancements. Innovative techniques like the CEDAC (Cause and Effect with Addition of Cards) or 8D (Eight Disciplines) are better developed. These procedures make use of simple and subjective tools such as the Pareto Analysis and Fishbone Diagram, but there is absence of statistical accuracy. The 8D process on the other hand is a useful process to use when responding to customer problems.


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