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Top UK University accreditation for PMI’s Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

Date: 17th November 2015

Author: PMI

wmg_logo_cmyk_2015_large_rgbUniversity Accreditation…PMI is delighted to announce that the University of Warwick, one of the UK’s leading universities, has accredited PMI’s Lean Six Sigma Full Certified Green Belt course.

 

No other provider of Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training has been accredited by the University and this is a formal recognition of the rigorous and robust nature of the course.

On gaining this University accreditation, Managing Partner, Susannah Clarke, said;

The University of Warwick has an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, for innovation, and for links with business and industry.

For over ten years PMI has enjoyed a close association with the University, regularly lecturing on Lean and Six Sigma as part of their MSc in Management for Business Excellence.

This endorsement is testament to the quality of this challenging ten-day course which has been attended by thousands of improvement professionals over the years and represents a further strengthening of our relationship with the University.

The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course is run as part of PMI’s public training schedule and in-house for clients throughout the world.

Rooted in Deming’s System of Profound Knowledge, the course teaches the best in process improvement, Lean and Six Sigma tools/methods and their application. It is the course of choice for anyone looking to generate business improvements in areas such as customer satisfaction, service delivery, cost control, process performance and new product introduction.

In addition to this accreditation, successful graduates of PMI’s Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course are also eligible to apply for 10 credits to contribute towards The University of Warwick’s MSc in Management for Business Excellence.

About PMI’s Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course:

This course teaches the tools and techniques of process improvement within a structured methodology. Understanding why and how things vary is at the heart of the course; empowering people to make informed decisions when tackling change.

  • Week One: (foundation week) delegates discover how to define and streamline a process, understand process improvement and to use control charts to make more informed decisions and lock in the improvements made with process standardisation.
  • Week Two: delegates are introduced to value stream mapping, how to identify waste in a process, how to measure and reduce variation and how to manage change in their organisation, moving towards a culture for continuous improvement.

 

About PMI:

UK based PMI has been at the forefront of business improvement consultancy and training since 1984, serving thousands of people through training and consultancy and shaping countless organisational and business improvement programmes.   PMI offers global capabilities and expertise and aims to improve organisations not only by improving their business performance but by helping motivate, empower and equip the people in them to transform the way their work works and to lead by example.  PMI’s Lean Six Sigma courses run in association with the Chartered Quality Institute (CQI), the world’s longest-established quality body. Learn more about PMI here.

About The University of Warwick:

Warwick is one of the UK’s leading universities with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, for innovation, and for links with business and industry. It is one of the top ten most targeted universities by the top graduate employers according to the High Fliers Report 2015.

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