Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification
Yellow 2017
The Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification can be acquired once the candidate has completed either the LSS Yellow Belt classroom training or the on-line training course and upon successfully passing the on-line LSS Yellow Belt examination (Passing Mark is 70%). & Completion of a LSS Yellow Belt project is desirable but not a requirement for the certification.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
Green

To acquire a LSS Green Belt certification, the following must be met:

  1. Acceptable completion of the LSS Green Belt training course through formal classroom or on-line training.
  2. Passed (Passing is 75%) the on-line LSS Green Belt Certification Examination
  3. Completed a LSS Green Belt project with a minimum (projected) annualized savings of $ 15,000 or approximately Php 600,000 to 700,000 signed off by the stakeholders of the project.
  4. Ability to defend the project during the panel review.  It is expected that the LSS Green Belt candidate will be able to:
    1. Demonstrate analytical thinking and rational thought process
    2. Clearly explain the DMAIC project cycle in layman’s term.
    3. Quantify deliverables in terms of meaningful metrics that will benefit the organization (e.g. cost reduction, quality, cycle time, safety improvements, etc.).
    4. Explain how he/she was able work within time, budget and operational constraints.
    5. Explain the tools of Six Sigma as applied in the project.


LSS Green Belt Certification Board/Panel Members

Assessment Subject Area

Board/Panel Member

Change Agent Skills

Supervisor, Project Sponsor(s), Six Sigma Champion, Mentor

Application of Tools and Techniques

Green Belt instructor, Black Belt Consultant

Ability to achieve results

Project sponsor, Process Owner, Subject Matter Expert, Industry Expert, Company Executive, Finance Manager

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification
Black

To acquire a LSS Black Belt certification, the following must be met:

  1. Acceptable completion of the LSS Black Belt training course through formal classroom or on-line training.
  2. Passed (Passing is 75%) the on-line LSS Black Belt Certification Examination
  3. Completed a LSS Black Belt project with a minimum (projected) annualized savings of $ 35,000 or approximately Php 1,500,000 to 1,600,000 signed off by the stakeholders of the project.
  4. Ability to defend the project during the panel review.  It is expected that the LSS Black Belt candidate will be able to:
    1. Demonstrate analytical thinking and rational thought process
    2. Clearly explain the DMAIC project cycle in layman’s term.
    3. Quantify deliverables in terms of meaningful metrics that will benefit the organization (e.g. cost reduction, quality, cycle time, safety improvements, etc.).
    4. Explain how he/she was able work within time, budget and operational constraints.
    5. Explain the tools of Six Sigma as applied in the project.
    6. Present how his/her interpersonal and leadership skills contributed to the successful implementation of the project.

LSS Black Belt Certification Board/Panel Members

Assessment Subject Area

Board/Panel Member

Change Agent Skills

Supervisor, Project Sponsor(s), Six Sigma Champion, Mentor, Peers

Application of Tools and Techniques

Black Belt instructor, Master Black Belt Consultant

Ability to achieve results

Project sponsor, Process Owner, Subject Matter Expert, Industry Expert, Company Executive, Finance Manager

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