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A Lean Six Sigma Green Belt:

→ Solves problems and performs diagnostic process and data analyses.

→ Initiates Just-Do-Its (JDI) and manages individual projects.

→ Reports process issues and improvement opportunity ideas to Black Belts and Master Black Belts.

→ Possesses Lean Six Sigma application and facilitation experience and provides JIT training.

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1.0 Summary Details


1.1 Course Number: V-LSSGB-2020


1.2 Course Timing:

  • Class Hours: 40 hours

  • Project/Assignment/Homework Hours: 20 hours (approximate)


1.3 Class Meeting Time:

  • 0830 – 1630 (for each of five consecutive days)

  • Offered at these times in five time zones:

  • Unites States: US EDT, US CDT, US MDT, and US PDT

  • Australia: AEST


1.4 Focused Industry Offerings:

  • Manufacturing and Distribution

  • Service and Administration

  • Local Government

  • Federal Government


1.5 Certification Project: Required

  • Industry-specific, custom project templates and support materials will be provided to each student (see focused industry offerings above)

  • Projects must be successfully completed and submitted to the Instructor by the end of the fourth training day


1.6 Certification Exam: Required

  • Online exam with 120 questions

  • 110 multiple choice

  • 10 practical application

  • Minimum score for certification: 80%


1.7 Pre-requisites:

  • Basic internet and computer utilization.

  • Basic math skills, e.g. able to solve for x in this equation: 8 = 24/x


2.0 Course Description


Roxtar’s Five-Day Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training and Certification program is a comprehensive offering where students learn to solve process problems and lead teams. The material has been developed by recognized experts to afford students with an immersive experience through concentrated content delivery and simulation exercises that provides candidates the opportunity to quickly earn Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification.


This hands-on, interactive training and certification course provides an enhanced practitioner’s comprehension of the philosophies, methodologies, and tools in the Lean Six Sigma system including core problem solving and project management frameworks that improve performance. Statistical concepts and process analyses techniques are explored along with best-practice facilitation and change management methods.


Following the disciplined Lean Six Sigma DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control) roadmap, this course teaches students how to collect and analyze performance data, identify inefficiencies and problems, isolate root causes, test potential solutions, and implement sustainable improvements. In addition, this course also provides techniques and skills in leading teams through the changes.


This course is tailored with applicable real-world and theoretical case studies and examples to stimulate creative thinking and analogous solution generation.


3.0 Course Objectives


At the completion of this course, students will be able to:


  1. Attain and sustain high-impact, measurable improvements in cost, revenue (or budget), quality, and/or speed.

  2. Understand and apply the scientific method under enterprise and local conditions.

  3. Define, assess, target, and reduce waste and variation in critical systems and processes.

  4. Analyze data, information, operations, and effects from different organizations, functional areas, or processes.

  5. Apply methods, concepts, and tools across existing and new programs and projects.

  6. Prepare and deliver project reports and visual presentations.

4.0 Required Texts, Equipment, and Software


4.1 Books: Students are required to purchase the following books and have them in their possession prior to the first day of class.


  1. Lean Acres: A Tale of Strategic Innovation and Improvement in a Farm-iliar Setting by Jim Bowie

  2. The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook by Michael George, David Rowlands, Mark Price, and John Maxey

    • Pricing on as of 4/8/20: $12.99


Due to the world-wide logistics issues we are currently facing, Roxtar Consulting HIGHLY recommends that students purchase electronic versions of the required books.


4.2 Equipment: Students are required to have access to a computer with internet access, Windows 10 OS, and a web camera for this virtual course (the web camera is not used during the course but is used for virtual exam proctoring).


4.3 Software: Students are required to possess the following software packages and have them successfully installed and tested on their computers prior to the first day of class.


  • Microsoft Excel 2013 or newer


5.0 Certification Requirements


  • Final Exam: 80% or higher

  • Project: Successful completion of all tools in the simulated project template provided to students by Roxtar Consulting

  • Course activities (lectures, participation, group discussions, individual presentations, reading, simulations, and homework assignments): Active participation


6.0 Class Policies and Procedures


  • Courtesy is expected of all students.

  • Students are encouraged to participate in class discussions and activities.

  • You are expected to attend EVERY class.

  • Any unexcused absence will result in failed certification and partial reimbursement of registration.

  • Be professional at all times. Students should come to class with the assigned reading and/or homework completed.

  • Makeup work will not be offered.

  • Late assignments, projects, etc. will not be accepted.

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