Our training is fully accredited by the British Quality Foundation and meets their rigorous standards for BQF ‘belt’ accreditation
Open Programme Course Dates 2022
Green Belt Programme
We have recently redesigned our popular GB Open Programme to make it an even better learning experience.
In 2022 we will be reverting to face to face classroom training running at the very popular Judges Hotel near Yarm (which always gets great reviews from delegates)
We will be splitting our 5 Day GB Course into 2 modules.
- Module 1 (3 days) will cover the Define & Measure training for the DMAIC method
- Module 2 (2 days) will cover Analyse, Improve, and Control
There will be a gap of approximately 8 weeks between the two modules. This gap will allow delegates to make progress on their projects between the training and ensure that the delivery of the training is better paced with the status of the projects. There will also be opportunities on Module 2 for delegates to get coaching feedback on the progress of their projects so far which should ensure the projects are set up for success in the Analyse/Improve/Control Phases.
Black Belt ProgrammeIn 2022 we will continue to run our Black Belt Data Analytics Training remotely. This format has worked very well for delegates over the last couple of years so we have decided not to change a “winning formula!” More details on our Data Analytics Remote Training programme can be found here:
Open Training Programme
At Process Insight Consulting we’re specialist trainers in process excellence and continuous improvement. We’ve trained and certified over 1,000 Lean Sigma Green Belts, Black Belts and Master Black Belts. The majority of the people we have trained have gone on to achieve full British Quality Foundation certification.
Whilst much of our training is delivered ‘in-house’, we also offer our training programme through open public training courses which are ideal for individuals or smaller groups. We believe that external accreditation is important providing value to both the employee and their employer.
Our courses follow a ‘learning by doing’ approach, working in teams and solving real business problems. We give delegates both the ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ skills they can immediately take back to their own organisations and apply quickly to drive improvements.
Lean Sigma trained employees stand out in an organisation through their abilities to rapidly deliver tangible and significant benefits using proven problem solving methods.
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