Yellow Belt

You learn the most basic about Lean Six Sigma and how to improve your own processes.

This includes setting clear goals, obtaining data and facts to uncover causal relationships, introduce simple, effective solutions that last.

Green Belt

You learn methods and tools to lead successful improvement projects and to become a good problem solver.

This includes to choose the right project, understand the problem, measure current situation, analyze, prove, and solve root causes to create lasting results.

Black Belt

You learn what it takes to create outstanding business results.

This includes strategy deployment and organizational development, as well as analysis and visualization of business data. It is recommended to complete Lean Six Sigma Green Belt first.


You learn how a Business Improvement System helps you achieve strategic goals.

This includes necessary structures for operational control and continuous improvement, as well as methods and tools for successful projects.


You learn methods and structures that help you succeed with improvements.

This involves structures for operational control and continuous improvement, and the use of lean principles to improve flow.

Process improvement

Training for teams who wants to improve their own processes using the fact-based problem-solving method Lean Six Sigma.

We use DMAIC to solve a problem that is relevant to you. Topics and length depend on your needs.

A3 Problem-solving

You learn to use an A3 template to solve problems in 7 steps.

Start with the background, map the current situation, set a specific goal, analyze, prove & solve root causes, follow up for lasting results.

Process control

You learn to use Statistical Process Control - SPC to react properly to measurement results.

This includes use of control charts to separate normal and special cause variation, consider stability and capability.

Evaluate measurement

You learn to use Measurement System Analysis (MSA) to consider precision, accuracy, sensitivity, and capability of your measurements.

Reliable measurements are necessary to make good decisions.

Root cause analysis

You learn to identify, prove and solve true root causes to ensure lasting results.

The course follows Six Sigma's DMAIC, with main focus on Measure & Analyze phase.

Value stream mapping

You learn to create a Value Stream Map (VSM) and improve flow using Lean principles.

We use a Lego game to practice VSM and improve the process between the two game rounds.

Time management

You learn to focus on value-adding activities to achieve your goals.

This includes productivity tools and techniques to measure, evaluate, plan and improve your time management.

Hypothesis testing

You learn to develop hypothesis and to test if they are true or false (useful for understanding causal relationship).

This includes determining whether data sets have significant different centering and/or variation.

Statistics and analytics

You learn to use statistics and analytics for fact-based problem solving.

The course follows Lean Six Sigma's problem solving method DMAIC.


Design of experiment

You learn design of experiment (DOE) to develop product and processes efficient and effective.

You reduce development costs and save time by testing multiple combinations at the same time.

Lean Supply Chain

This Lean game illustrates challenges and opportunities of supply chains.

The effects of fluctuations in demand are experienced, and methods for more robust supply chains are evaluated.


Improvement System

Free animated eLearning describing the content of a strategic Business Improvement System (BIS).

BIS specifies how the company drives internal business development.


Improvement tools

A library of stand-alone, easy to use improvement tools.

The tools support effective planning and execution of improvement workshops and activities.


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Lean Tech AS | Snøfonna 5

0047 481 23 070

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Lørenskog, Norway


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