Lean Six Sigma Courses

Lean Six Sigma Courses in South Africa




2KO South Africa delivers full time Lean Six Sigma courses in Cape Town, South Africa. Students are able to enrol today on our instructor-led training courses or our online Lean Six Sigma courses. In addition, 2KO South Africa offers online computer courses to international and local students. 2KO Africa offers IT consulting, technical IT services and top-of-the-range IT training on multiple platforms. Our best-of-breed computer courses are presented as instructor led classes or as online internet-based elearning, to ensure students have access to the best Lean training in South Africa.


Lean Black Belt Six Sigma
Black Belts play an important role in your company's Six Sigma implementation strategy. They lead the efforts to breakthrough improvement. This program combines Six Sigma's DMAIC methodology and quality tools with the power of lean manufacturing. Learn how to apply the right tools at the right time to maximize efficiency in defining, measuring, analyzing, improving, and controlling critical processes to improve business performance.

Course level: Advanced

Who Should Attend Six Sigma Black Belt?
Team Leaders/Potential Team Leaders of Lean Six Sigma Efforts, Manufacturing/Industrial Engineers.
Course Duration: 10 days (full time) - split over two weeks, a few months apart usually
Project Duration: 6 months

Course Covers:

Lean Black Belt Principles and Overview
7 Wastes (MUDA)
Kaizen Pre-Event Planning
Kaizen Blitz
Brainstorming Techniques
Cell Design & Factory Layout
Poke Yoke
Lean Office
Introduction to Six Sigma (DMAIC methodology)
Introduction to Change Management

Problem Solving Process & Tools
Cause & Effect Diagrams
Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA)
5 Why
Pareto Analysis (80/20rule)

Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
Planned maintenance
Education and Training
Equipment improvement
Early Management
Autonomous Maintenance

Material Replenishment Systems
Direct Pull
Signal Pull
Two-bin Pull

Process Mapping
SIPOC Diagrams
Process Flow Charts
Process Sequence Charts
Brown Paper Exercise
Waste Walking

Measurable Customer Requirements

Standard Operations
Standard Work Sequence
Takt Time
Line Balancing
Standard Work-In-Process