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The first step in the Lean Six Sigma learning journey, the Lean Six Sigma Foundations course introduces participants to the concept of organisational and process improvement, and the role that the Lean Six Sigma methodology and its practitioners plays in this. Companies equipped with Lean Six Sigma methodologies pursue excellence, consistency, customer responsiveness, speed and lower cost.
By exploring its historical origins, and through de-bunking misconceptions about the methodology, participants will begin to understand where and how Lean Six Sigma can be applied in order to achieve measurable improvements within organisations.
The remainder of the course has participants test and reflect on their understanding of these core theoretical principles by having participants apply their learning to a highly interactive, hypothetical improvement activity throughout the day. By approaching the hypothetical improvement activity in small groups, participants are introduced and prompted to practice those skills required to conduct and manage actual improvement programs in the workplace.
A Certificate of Attendance will be awarded to all participants. Lean Six Sigma Foundations is the first step in a progressive program of Six Sigma training, and each program must be completed before progressing onto the next as follows:
You will be provided with the Lean Six Sigma Foundations workbook, notepad and pen upon your arrival. Laptops are optional for this short course.
Lean Six Sigma Foundation is fully catered with morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided. If you have any dietary requirements, please email email@example.com
Discount codes are available for the following:
If you are eligible for any of the discounts above, you will need to obtain a discount code BEFORE you sign up to this course.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your UTS staff, student or alumni number or provide details of your group enrolment. Once verified, you will be supplied with a voucher code to apply to your cart.
Please note that discounts cannot be combined. A limit of one discount applies per person per course session.
UTS is undertaking a number of social distancing initiatives, informed by NSW Health advice, to help reduce social interactions in support of the government’s efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. This is a constantly changing situation which we are closely monitoring. As part of this response, this session may be subject to rescheduling.
Bookings are still being accepted. We will communicate to contact all registered participants in the lead up to the course to confirm whether the session will go ahead based on the latest NSW Health advice.
If not, revised dates for the session will be advised as soon as practicable. Should you be unable to attend the revised date, you may transfer your enrolment or request a full refund.
If you have any questions in the interim, please do not hesitate to email William Mitchell: email@example.com.
Lean Six Sigma Foundations is a training program particularly useful for those involved in improvement projects or improvement initiatives including:
A Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Alan has over twenty years of experience in all facets of organisational improvement in both private and public sector organisations.
Alan has extensive experience as a conference speaker on business improvement and Six Sigma methodologies.
As a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Daniel has led, mentored and facilitated key improvement projects in various industries including Banking & Finance, IT & Telecommunications, Food Manufacturing, Health, Education
Explore principles and practices for driving greater performance, improving quality and reducing costs.
Build the skills and capability required to lead business improvement projects with confidence.
Receive formal recognition of your ability to devise and execute a small scale Improvement Project within your organisation.
Develop your ability to lead highly complex improvement projects, spanning across business groups, units, and teams.