Six Sigma: Lean Six Sigma White Belt (CSSC Accredited)

¡Embark on your Lean Six Sigma Journey with us! Achieve the LSS White Belt International Certification (CSSC Accredited)



Take your career to the next level as Operational Excellence Leader improving indicators and productivity in organizations.

OPEXLEADER is an accredited institute by the The Council for Six Sigma Certification CSSC which serves as an Official Industry Standard of Six Sigma Accreditation

We have more than 20 years of experience transforming organizations through continuous improvement

Continuous improvement can be implemented in products, processes and services, some benefits are:

Business growth

Increased productivity

New value chains

Eliminate Waste

Motivation of the work team

Lean focuses more on the speed of processes; while Six Sigma focuses on increasing quality.

Six Sigma has its origins in the Six Sigma model developed by Motorola in the late 1980s. What was its purpose? The need to match or exceed its Japanese competitors. Bill Smith, the engineer responsible for its creation, developed this methodology as a quality improvement and business strategy and later improved and popularized it by General Electric.

Although the concept was born within the industrial sector, today many of its instruments are applied to the service sector. Thus, it is used throughout the world by companies seeking a philosophy of action to occupy leadership levels in their sector. Lean and Six Sigma share goals. Both propose to improve the management and processes of a company.

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Who this course is for:

  • Anyone Interested in Process Improvement: Individuals who have an interest in process improvement and want to learn the fundamentals of Lean Six Sigma.
  • Employees at All Levels: Employees from all levels of an organization, from entry-level to senior management, can benefit from the White Belt course. It provides a foundational understanding of Lean Six Sigma and continuous improvement concepts.
  • Managers and Supervisors: Managers and supervisors who want to understand Lean Six Sigma principles and how they can be applied to improve processes and operations in their departments.
  • Team Members: Individuals who are part of cross-functional teams or project teams working on process improvement initiatives can gain valuable insights and terminology to facilitate their participation in Lean Six Sigma projects.

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