Lean Black Belt Training Blended
Are you ready to elevate teams, projects, and organisations to the next level?
As a Lean Black Belt, you will now have complete, detailed understanding of the Lean philosophy. And with the knowledge, skills, and experience you gain from this training, you will be able to face even the most complex improvement challenges without hesitation.
Lean Black Belt Training Blended
Do you dream of elevating processes, teams, and organisations to the next level?
Are you ready to become an expert in Lean methodology? Look no further because our Lean Black Belt Blended Training is perfect for you! With this unique training approach, we combine the best of both worlds: the flexibility of online learning and the practical experience of classroom sessions.
During this training, you will go through the theory at your own pace using our e-learning system. This means you can learn wherever and whenever it suits you best. No fixed schedules or travel time, but complete freedom to tailor your learning experience to your own preferences. And the best part? You save valuable time and costs!
But that’s not all. Our Blended Learning approach also offers a practical element, learning through interactive classroom sessions. Here, you will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge directly to practice with your own real-life examples. This hands-on experience will strengthen your skills and boost your confidence in effectively implementing Lean principles. And as if that’s not enough, we also provide the opportunity to visit Volkswagen in Germany, where you can learn directly from these masters of Lean.
With our Lean Black Belt Blended Training, you can be assured of flexibility and value for money. You will learn in a “Lean” way, maximising the benefits of online learning while experiencing the practical application of Lean in a classroom setting.
Don’t wait any longer! Take control of your career and get ready to become a Lean expert. Enrol in the Lean Black Belt Blended Training today and discover the power of this unique training approach.
What is Lean Black Belt training – blended learning?
Blended learning, also known as ‘mixed learning,’ fits perfectly with today’s trend of hybrid working. Many organisations already support employees to work from home as well as in the more traditional office setting.
The Lean Black Belt training is an excellent example of such a blended learning approach, combining e-learning with classroom training. With this method, learning is divided between online and face-to-face sessions, giving you the flexibility to learn at your own pace and in your own comfortable environment.
Let’s dive deeper into what the Lean Black Belt training entails.
As a Lean Black Belt, you will understand the Lean philosophy inside-out. With the knowledge, skills, and experience gained from this training, you will be able to take on even the most complex improvement challenges without hesitation.
Are you striving to optimise processes, establish continuous improvement, and work in a more customer-oriented way? As a Black Belt, you will master the techniques and strategies to independently analyse and improve processes. Additionally, you will have the skills and expertise to motivate, enthuse and facilitate team members. This means you will be a valuable asset to any organisation looking to create a culture of continuous improvement.
What is Lean Black Belt training?
Black Belts lead improvement projects and are responsible for their successful delivery. They support Green Belts in improvement projects and consult with process owners on progress. Are you hoping to improve processes, work in a more customer-oriented way while establishing a culture of continuous improvement? As a Black Belt, you will master the techniques and strategies to independently analyse and improve processes. Additionally, you will develop the skills to motivate, inspire and facilitate team members. This means you will be a valuable asset to any organisation looking to establish a culture of continuous improvement.
This Black Belt training provides you with the depth of understanding as well as the practical tools to work on more complex change and improvement projects.
After this training, you will be able to independently analyse and improve processes and create a culture of continuous improvement. You will also be able to lead a team of Yellow and Green Belts. Many Black Belts act as strategic advisors to senior management.
The Lean Black Belt training is suitable for any professional or manager who wants to systematically solve problems, lead improvement projects, and create a culture of continuous improvement in organisations. Even if you have not yet completed the Lean Green Belt certification, you can take this training through DMAIC.com.
Free Demo: Discover Lean E-learning:
Do you want to experience how e-learning works? Try our free demo and find out for yourself how versatile and comprehensive our online Lean training is.
We understand that before you make any commitments, you’ll want to get a taste of our e-learning and how it works. Through this no-obligation demo, you can experience what online Lean training entails. (And no, you won’t have to enter any personal information to access this content).
In this example, you will walk through one of the Lean training modules, including assignments and assessments. This will give you an idea of how comprehensive and versatile our online Lean training is. Excited? Then sign up to get started right away.
What will you gain from the Lean Black Belt training?
After you have completed this training, you will be able to independently analyse and improve processes and create a culture of continuous improvement. Additionally, you will be able to lead a team of Yellow and Green Belts. Many Black Belts act as strategic advisors to senior management. After this training, you will become the driving force behind continuous improvement within your organisation. You will understand the Lean philosophy inside-out as you master the techniques to thoroughly understand and solve improvement issues. In addition, you will develop the skills to inspire others as you lead and execute improvement and change initiatives.
After the Lean Black Belt training, you can expect the following:
- You understand the principles of Lean and can apply them in your daily work.
- You can identify and eliminate waste in processes to improve efficiency.
- You are able to address problems in a structured manner and implement sustainable solutions.
- You can actively participate in Lean implementations within your organisation and contribute to continuous improvement.
- You can lead and facilitate workshops to engage team members in improvement initiatives.
- You can implement Quick Wins to achieve rapid results and create buy-in.
- You are capable of leading and independently executing improvement projects using Lean methodologies.
- You can analyse and use data to make fact-based decisions and support improvements.
- You can effectively communicate and collaborate with stakeholders at various levels across the organisation.
What will you learn during the Lean Black Belt training?
During the classroom sessions, we focus on the practical application of team dynamics, emphasising the attitudes and behaviours within organisations, which are essential to the Lean philosophy. As well as teaching technical tools and techniques, we develop your leadership, facilitation and communication skills which are equally important for the success of your improvement projects. You will learn how to communicate effectively with various stakeholders, overcome resistance to change, and foster a culture of continuous improvement within your organisation.
In the e-learning modules, you will go through the phases of DMAIC. You will learn how to analyse problems, find sustainable solutions, facilitate workshops, and lead Brown Paper exercises. You will go through the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle and the five phases of Lean: Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, and Control (DMAIC):
1 – Define: In this phase, you will learn to define a problem and determine its improvement potential. Topics covered include project selection, voice of the customer, Brown Paper exercises, risk management, project management, de Caluwé, MBTI, PDCA cycle, tollgates, SIPOC, storyboarding, project charters, facilitation, and team building.
2 – Measure: In this phase, you will learn how to visualise and describe a process flow, and how to create and analyse a value stream. Topics covered include Value Stream Mapping, Swimlane, MIFA, UDMO, measurement plan, and the eight wastes.
3 – Analyse: You will work with various Lean measurements and learn to analyse process performance. In this phase, you will delve into Lean measurements, Run Chart, Histogram, Control Chart, brainstorming, Ishikawa, workshopping, Pareto Chart, and 5 Times Why.
4 – Improve: You will learn how to actively involve team members in the implementation of improvements by connecting with day-to-day operations as a leader. You will learn to work with pilots, process simulations, Hoshin Kanri, and storytelling. How can you encourage project members to come up with ideas for potential solutions? Using impact analysis, you will learn to choose the best solution. You will also work with Kaizen, Kaikaku, TWI, Flow, Pull, SMED, Kanban, JIT, and TIMWOODS.
5 – Control: Achieving results is one thing but sustaining them is another challenge. You will address topics such as procedures, FMEA, RACI, 8D, Audit, daily and weekly start-ups, Visual Management, and coaching.
In addition to learning these techniques and tools, the training will also focus on softer skills such as leadership, team dynamics, and communication. These are equally as important for the success of your improvement projects as the technical tools and techniques. You will learn how to effectively communicate with various stakeholders, overcome resistance to change, and promote a culture of continuous improvement within your organisation.
Overall, the Lean Black Belt training will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the Lean philosophy and enable you to effectively apply Lean principles and techniques in your work. Whether you are new to Lean or looking to enhance your skills, this training will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to become an effective Lean leader and make a significant contribution to the continuous improvement of your organisation.
Sign up for our Lean Black Belt training :
- The training lasts for 3 days.
- The training can be delivered both on-site and in-company.
- You will cover the theory of the Lean Black Belt through the online learning platform.
Lean Black Belt: Training opportunities in every region:
Our training sessions take place at fixed locations.
What will you receive with the Lean Black Belt training?
- Three days of intensive training at a specific location, filled with interactive sessions and practical examples.
- Unlimited access to our e-learning platform, serving as a convenient reference for refreshing your knowledge after the training.
- All necessary study materials to support you during your learning journey. This includes handouts, templates, and digital resources.
Lean Black Belt Certification:
Upon successful completion of all lessons, assessments, and practical assignment (You carry out an improvement project using the A3 method), you will receive an internationally recognised Lean Black Belt certificate. This certifies your knowledge and skills in Lean principles and methodologies and proves your ability to apply Lean principles in various business environments to improve processes and reduce waste.
Our training is accredited by LCS, the Cardiff University licenced service, one of the most reputable Lean certification bodies worldwide. This accreditation ensures that our training meets the highest international quality standards and that your acquired skills and knowledge will be recognised by employers globally.
We hope you find this information helpful. Should you have any further questions or need additional information, please let us know:
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The merits of online learning:
Online learning is becoming increasingly popular due to the many benefits it offers. The flexibility it provides is unparalleled: you can study at a time to suit you, without having to commit to a fixed schedule. This is especially convenient for those people who have work, family or other
Online learning also allows you to learn at your own pace. You can process and understand the information in a way that matches your learning speed. If you are a fast learner, you don’t have to wait for others, and if you need extra time, you can take it.
Another significant advantage of online learning is the cost and time savings. Without travel expenses and with lower tuition fees compared to classroom courses, online learning is often more cost effective. Additionally, you save time that would otherwise be spent on travel or commuting. Additionally, we also offer classroom sessions where personal contact and interaction are possible.
This wouldn’t be balanced if we didn’t also address some of the challenges associated with online learning. While technological advancements have made timely communication much easier, the lack of direct interaction with trainers could be perceived as an obstacle. Fortunately, we provide support via phone, app, or email to compensate for this.
Online learning also requires a certain level of self-discipline. Without the structure of a fixed schedule, it can be tempting to procrastinate. Technical issues can also prove challenging and frustrating for delegates if they are unable to rely on functioning technology and internet access.
Despite these challenges, online learning does offer numerous benefits and opens the doors to flexible and accessible education for everyone, everywhere.
If you have a passion for improving processes and driving efficiency in your organisation, then the Lean Black Belt training is the perfect choice for you. This training will not only equip you with valuable skills that you can apply in your daily work, but it will also help you promote a culture of continuous improvement within your organisation. Armed with your Black Belt certification, you have the opportunity to make a significant contribution to the growth and efficiency of your organisation.
The phases of lean
Step into the Define phase and discover how to transform your improvement project into a clear roadmap for success! In this crucial phase, you delve deep into the core of the issue, define the scope of the improvement project, and gather 'Voice of the Customer' information. This lays a solid foundation upon which you can build to optimise your process!
Enter the Measure phase and elevate your process to the next level! Here, you go far beyond merely describing and visualising the process. You also hit the nail on the head by identifying waste and unveiling quick-wins. Discover the power of data-driven decision-making through the execution of measurements.
Take action with the invaluable data you've gathered in the Measure phase! Kick off with a baseline assessment to map out your current performance. After this analysis, it's time to fine-tune your improvement journey and delve into the root causes of your problems. Employ an arsenal of advanced techniques not just to identify issues, but also to bring solutions within reach.
Implement improvements in the Improve phase! After conducting in-depth analyses and unravelling the root causes, it's time to come up with solutions. Harness the creativity of the participants and make intelligent use of Lean tools to arrive at a well-thought-out selection of solutions.
This step teaches you a range of robust safeguarding techniques to ensure that resolved issues truly become a thing of the past. You wrap up the Lean project and extend your gratitude to the dedicated project team that made it all possible.