The Six Sigma green belt certification allows the practitioner to act as a trained member within his/her own functional section in the respective organisation.  

The team member will work on small yet important, carefully selected six sigma projects. The Six Sigma’s green belt project will generally require less stringent statistical commitment to a project than that of a six sigma black belt. 

Generally Six Sigma Green Belts can conduct a lot of section specific data collation and analysis in support of the wider company six sigma projects.  


Conducted by master black belts with industry experience

Project guidance after course completion

Practical simulation based coaching


At the end of this course you will:  

  • Will understand and recognize fundamentals of Six Sigma principles, roles, and value to the organization. 

  • Will recognize stages of team development and dynamics; understand decision-making tools and communication methods. 

  • Will be able to apply basic quality tools and metrics to a DMAIC project. 

  • Will understand project stakeholders and the definition of SIPOC. 

  • Will be able to perform basic project management practices to define project goals. 

  • Will understand VOC and CTQ with respect to project selection and related influence of stakeholders. 

  • Good understanding of project charter, key communications, and tollgate reviews. 

  • Will understand project planning, documenting and reporting, and selection of project tools in each phase. 

  • Will be able to perform basic data collection activities, using appropriate tools and techniques. 

  • Will be able to apply basic statistics and calculations (mean, median mode, identification, and calculating). 

  • Will understand the significance of data integrity and be familiar with and able to identify MSA terminology. 

  • Define how 5S can be used to eliminate waste. 

  • Describe and distinguish between common and special cause variation. 

  • Will have a fundamental understanding of root cause analysis (RCA). 

  • Will be familiar with and able to identify failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) terminology and process analysis tools. 

  • Basic understanding of probability and statistical tests (hypothesis testing, etc.) and how it will relate to understanding a process.  

  • Will understand and have basic awareness of key improvement techniques such as PDCA cycle, and control tools for project conclusion and sustainment. 



This course is an instructor led classroom based environment, always guaranteed to be taught by a certified Six Sigma Black Belt. The classes will be conducted over 5 consecutive days. The course consists of a blend of lectures, application, individualistic and team based exercises. All other materials will be provided to the attendees in the classroom environment. At the conclusion of the course, there will be an exam and a certification can be obtained upon attaining the passing grade.


We conduct our course in numerous countries, states and territory and at various times during the year. To find out more information, including pricing for your particular country, state or territory, please get in touch with us. 


We are able to conduct on-site group training for your organisation. On-site training has numerous benefits, which include (but are not limited to)

Training cost savings - training on site is typically less than the costs associated with training off-site. This savings are also attributed towards the costs of travel that would otherwise be incurred through off-site training.

Customised training - when holding a training session on-site, we are able to customise our course to suit the needs of your company.

Convenient - you would be able fit the trainings around your your working environment and your working schedule.