Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification program consists of a theoretical and a practical part. You will receive a partial certificate for both elements. The full Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certificate requires a passing grade on both the theoretical and practical parts.
The criteria for examination were determined by the LSSA and are described in a skill set for each of the Belt levels. This is an overview of all the Lean Six Sigma elements you need to know and be able to do as a Green Belt. The level at which the elements should be able to be applied are also named.
Part I – Theory Exam.
The prerequisites for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt theory exam are as follows:
- You can use books and training handouts during the exam
(max. 2 books. Practice book is not allowed. Digital books or pdf are not allowed).
- You may use a calculator and a laptop computer with Minitab.
- The exam consists of 60 multiple choice questions.
- You will have a passing grade if more than 63% of the questions are answered correctly.
- Exam duration: 180 minutes.
- Identification is required.
Part II – Practical examination
The requirements for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt practice exam are as follows:
- One Lean Six Sigma project per person must be submitted at the CIMM Level IV level (or higher).
- The project must be submitted within three years of the theoretical exam.
- The project has a financial impact of at least €20,000 on an annual basis.
- The project should follow the DMAIC roadmap (Circa 25 powerpoint slides).
- Projects are signed off by the Champion and/or Financial controller. They thereby certify that the project was professionally executed and improvements were secured.
- The language of the submitted project is English, Dutch or German.
- You can register only if you have taken your theory classes at Symbol. If that’s not the case then you should go to www.lssa.eu to sign up.