Green Belt part 1 – Practitioner

Green Belt Practitioner training is for Yellow Belts who are looking to lead or co-lead a continuous improvement initiative and therefore, require more ‘depth and texture’ in terms of the DMAIC process roadmap and tools used.

It consists of:

  • a 3-day course full of practical hands-on training
  • 3 follow-up sessions (2 hours each)
  • a final certification session (3-4 hours)

Outcomes & Learnings:

  • Understanding in the value of and ability to apply Lean Design and Construction principles to projects and to the overall business organisation, structure and culture.
  • Engage project teams in achieving 1% Kaizen type improvements every day on the projects and across the programme, especially around cost savings/value enhancements.
  • Empower and equip team members to develop Yellow and Green Belt level improvement initiatives on their design and construction projects.
  • Ability to apply Last Planner and other LC tools on the projects at design and construction stages.

The assignment builds throughout the module and includes leading/co-leading a real, live LC initiative on your construction project (or in your business).

Your assignment will result in, tangible value improvements or savings, typically in the region of $50k.

The training includes a pre-reading list and handouts of all the slides used, plus certification.

**Candidates will receive a LC-GB Practitioner certificate for attending the three days and demonstrating evidence in their assignment that they have co-led or led a project to completion and are proficient in the tools they have used.
Prerequisite: Yellow Belt

 

For more information or to discuss a customised in-house training programme, please contact us, on events@constructing.co.nz

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