Lean Six Sigma White Belt Training
This course teaches participants the Lean Six Sigma White Belt philosophy and how to apply it in his or her role and workplace on a day-to-day basis. Participants will learn about what Six Sigma and Lean are, both separately and how they work together.
This four-hour workshop has been designed to provide the core concepts of Lean Six Sigma with a focus on Lean practices and quality improvement tools. Application-oriented White Belt training makes it easy for participants to question how things get done within their "line-of-sight". Participants will be introduced to the DMAIC methodology: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control, as well as receive training in the problem solving methods and tools used to enhance their fundamental quality skills and their application of common sense. This program can also allow a corporation to introduce their Lean Six Sigma program into more areas within and reach various staff and line-level employees. This in turn will create real financial gains as well as creating value for both the company and its customers. The program is taught with small group interaction and hands-on exercises.
Designed for professionals looking to expand their quality and process management skills and knowledge, Lean Six Sigma programs will train participants in the Six Sigma and Lean vision, philosophy and methodology of quality management and process improvement.
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Dr. Hal Wiggin, Master Black Belt
Hal Wiggin has been involved in government and agency organizational and process improvement activities for over 30 years. He was Director of Planning and Quality Improvement for the Broward Children's Services Council and Regional Manager of Performance and Planning for the Florida Department of Children and Families. Hal started his career as a mental health counselor and school psychologist before completing a doctoral program in educational leadership. He is a planner, trainer, and quality improvement professional. Besides Lean Six Sigma (LSS), Hal has specific expertise in strategic planning, measurement systems, situational leadership, coaching, and group facilitation. He is currently helping Nova Southeastern University develop and implement a new LSS program.
Using core programs, we can customize the material to fit your corporate training needs. With our extensive resources and program facilitators, we will design a program that is tailored to fit your specified objectives and requirements.
Enrollment for this program is full. We will be offering another session in early 2013.
For additional program information, please contact us at:
Hudson Center of Entrepreneurship and Executive Education
H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship
Nova Southeastern University
3301 College Avenue, Carl DeSantis Building, Suite 2088
Fort Lauderdale-Davie, FL 33314
Toll Free: 800.672.7223, ext. 25137
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