Lean Practitioner Accelerator (LP)
The Lean Practitioner Accelerator course is the fast-track to Lean Practitioner certification. It has the same requirements as Lean Practitioner, but core training is completed in two days rather than four. This course is designed for process improvement professionals who already have a demonstrated understanding of introductory lean tools and concepts, and want to advance their skills.
A participant interested in the accelerated path to Lean Practitioner must a) hold a certification in lean or lean-six sigma at any level, and b) have completed three or more improvement events or projects in the last two years involving process mapping, SIPOC, waste elimination basic data collection and analysis, including a bar chart or Pareto and team facilitation.
For more information on how Purdue Healthcare Advisors can provide LP training for your organization, contact Melanie Cline.
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