How It Works
AOBIL Members are provided with unlimited 24 hour access to all modules of this Lean Six Sigma training program. Access includes all tools, templates, course videos and mentoring resources.
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The program was designed by George Lee Sye; author of Process Mastery with Lean Six Sigma; it focuses heavily on competency development and requires value adding application in the workplace for certification to be completed.
AOBIL’s School of Lean Six Sigma in Detail
LEVEL 1: LEAN SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT TRAINING
- Module 1 – Lean Thinking Foundations Program (LTF) – Classroom Option On Demand
- Module 2 – Six Sigma Fundamentals Program (SSF) – Classroom Option On Demand
- Module 3 – Failure Mode Effect Analysis Course (FMEA)
- Module 4 – Project Management Skills Course (PMSC)
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LEVEL 2: LEAN SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT BRIDGING TRAINING
- Module 1 – Quantitative Decision Making Program (QDM)
- Module 2 – Quality Function Deployment Course (QFD)
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LEVEL 3: LEAN SIX SIGMA MASTER BLACK BELT DEVELOPMENT
- Must be Level 1 Certified (AOBIL LSSGB); PLUS
- Must be Level 2 Certified (AOBIL LSSBB): PLUS
- 4 Influence and Persuasion Courses from AOBIL’s School of Global Influence Skills; PLUS
- 2 Execution and Productivity Courses from AOBIL’s School of Business Execution; PLUS
- 1 External Advanced Training Course
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What People Say About This Training
In this fast paced world it’s often too easy to get quick fixes. I once embarked on a trip to Melbourne with the promise of a Black Belt in Six Sigma within a week. What was the catch? There wasn’t one. I paid the money and sat in a room for 10 hours a day for 5 days. On the Friday afternoon I left with a freshly printed Black Belt Certificate. During the flight back to Perth the first threads of doubt crossed my mind. What had I really learnt? Did I have the confidence to call myself a Black Belt? The answer was no. The course was too rushed without real depth. At least the hotel food was nice. Statistical analysis was covered in the final hour. Ten weary faces staring at an overhead … no hands on, no use of a computer.
Five years later I found myself embarking on my second Black Belt. Within minutes of meeting Harry Sinko I knew the course would be special. Here was a professional facilitator who was also disciplined in the technicalities of Lean and Six Sigma. How refreshing that the comprehensive guide book used was written by the owner of the Soarent (George Lee Sye) with additional tips and commentary by Harry. The book is now my professional bible as I convert to becoming a Lean Six Sigma professional. My second Black Belt is not yet finished. But when it arrives in the post it will replace the counterfeit one hidden under the bed.
Alistair McGuinness – Fortescue Metals Group, Perth
I am proud and honoured to say I have met George and always thoroughly enjoyed his training. He is a special individual and one of his rare gifts is taking complex subjects and making them easy enough for people like me to understand. The way he has delivered the QDM is no exception and now with his book I feel complete in my journey towards greater process understanding.
Rob Weare – Rio Tinto, Perth