||5 days with additional study.
|Number of Places
||Skillnet Member 325
Chamber Member: 375
Non Member: 400
||1.Value Stream Mapping
4.5S Workplace Organisation
5.Standard Work and Load Cycle-time Charts
7.Teamworking and Chartering
|Enrolment and Start Dates Comment
||Enrollment Dates: 7th May 2013
Start Date: 8th May 2013
Dates: 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th May, & 5th June 2013
||This program equips the candidate to identify the waste in the existing operation, propose a viable Future State and use many of the tools such as Value Stream Mapping, Kanban, Load-Cycle charts and Kaizen workshops to achieve significant operational improvements.
|Careers or Further Progression
||Six Sigma Black Belt
||This program is suitable for managers, engineers and technicians.
||Sara - 051 311139
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
||As well as completing the training modules, candidates will complete an in-house project,typically as part of a small cross-functional team. Projects that deliver savings of about 25,000 per annum would normally be considered appropriate Greenbelt projects.
|Methods of Assessment
||The Six Sigma GreenBelt Certification is made up of two elements:
1. 3 hour, 80 Multiple Choice Questionnaire exam (open book).
2. Completion and presentation of an in-house project.
Note: Although this certification process follows a similar format to that used by the American Society for Quality (ASQ), the certification is not accredited by anyone other than Raymond McEvoy of Manufacturing Excellence. It would be considered a HETAC Level 6 course.
||Ray McEvoy, Manufacturing Excellence
|Location of Course
||Waterford Health Park, Slievekeale Road, Waterford & Carlow Town(venue to be confirmed)