An Introduction to Lean Master Belt Practitioner

Interested in becoming a Lean practitioner? The Lean Master Belt Practitioner course is an ideal choice for Lean students eager to drive Lean implementation within their own organizations. In this video, Mike from Good e-Learning discusses the benefits of the Lean Master Belt Practitioner course

Published: Thursday, February 5, 2015

The Lean methodology is designed to help organizations cut out waste wherever they find it, resulting in more efficient, reliable and ‘lean’ processes overall. While it was popularized by Lean manufacturing, Lean has been applied across a number of industries, and can even be combined with Six Sigma.

In this video, Mike from Good e-Learning talks about our Lean Master Belt Practitioner course. It provides an excellent next step for those who have already taken the Lean Foundation and Management Overview course, helping them to become certified Lean practitioners.

Good e-Learning is an award-winning online course provider, offering fully-accredited courses across a number of disciplines including TOGAF, ITIL, COBIT 5, Six Sigma and Lean. Our quality management training portfolio is extensive, covering Lean, Six Sigma and ISO 18404. If you cannot find a course to suit you, we can also create bespoke courses built around your own unique learning objectives and KPIs.

At Good e-Learning, we do away with the endless Powerpoint slides and PDFs. Instead, we employ engaging online learning tools such as gamified quizzes, motion graphics and interactive videos. The Lean Master Belt Practitioner course also comes with 24/7 tutor support and full mobile accessibility, allowing students to access learning materials at any time and from any device.

Interested in finding out more? Browse our full portfolio of Business & IT courses or visit our FREE downloads area for a wide range of posters, whitepapers, case studies and more from leading industry experts.

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