Lean & Six Sigma
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Importance of Lean Six Sigma as an Improvement Strategy
Inherent to every organization, large or small, formal or informal, local or international is a deep-rooted link between their purpose of existence and processes that support their existence. While their purpose finds expression in strategic configurations, their functionality and competitiveness is indisputably the manifest of an effective operating framework.
Lean Six Sigma is an evidenced-based, data-centric methodology, aimed at improving customer experiences and organizational results, through the application of tested tools designed to prevent defects, reduce variations, condense cycle times and eliminate waste, while enhancing overall process controls, producing quality outputs and driving high performance.
Lean Six Sigma Certification
The RPM Academy Lean Six Sigma Certification is a globally recognized standard.
It provides alumni with formal confirmation of their mastery of the principles, tools and methods appropriate for the program completed.
To receive Certification from RPM-Academy, a student must;
Complete formal training for specific All-Access Online Course Programme Online.
Successfully write a formal, online Certification exam (derived from required courses).
Submit evidence of the ability to successfully apply some of the tools and methods appropriate for the level of Certification desired.
Certifications currently offered and related requirements
Effective Process Managers: Course completion, online Certification exam, and demonstrated application of process management tools included in EPM program.
Lean/Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt: Course completion, online Certification exam, and confirmation of applicant having facilitated a small process improvement event using some of the tools/methods learned in the course.
Lean Green Belt & Lean Six Sigma Green Belt: Course completion, online Certification exam, and confirmation of applicant having facilitated a kaizen (or equivalent) process improvement project using some of the tools/methods learned in the course.
Lean/Lean Six Sigma Black Belt: Provide evidence that they have successfully facilitated a larger process improvement project (aka “DMAIC”, “Value Stream Transformation”) using some of the tools/methods learned in the course.
Students registered for Certification programs will be provided with a brief instructional guide that includes templates for “project/event” submission.