Lean Six Sigma
Lean Six Sigma
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I attended the Lean Six Sigma trained key contributor and team leader, a part-ti... course via Live Virtual Classroom and I was very impressed. I work in a large organization where we continually have IT difficulties, video calls dropping, loss of sound etc., but the platform provided by DSI for the virtual classroom performed perfectly. Personal camera profiles made it feel like you were in the room and a fully engaged member of the team. Activities have been designed specifically for the virtual classroom so you benefit equally whether you are present or not. For me, the flexibility of the virtual classroom was great, on the first day I was able to log in from my kitchen then drive to the office at lunch and finish the course there. The black belt course is coming to Salt Lake City very soon (where I am based) but I might just attend virtually again!
Online Live Virtual Classroom Certification Training
Our Live Virtual Classroom Certification courses are full of Games, Videos and Interactive tools.
We use online collaborative tools like Google Documents so that each student can see what the other is doing in real time.
I recently attended the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt class in a hybrid class (students onsite in the classroom and virtual students attending online). I was one of three students that attended virtually. I found the session to be completely engaging throughout the class. With all students being on GoToMeeting with their video’s on, it felt like we were all present. In addition, the multiple hands on exercises and group activities were a great plus of the class. I feel I was able to get full value from the class, even from a virtual perspective.
Interactive and Collaborative
The Instructors will keep you engaged and excited as they allow you to take the reigns and guide the class through your understanding of the Lean Six Sigma tools.
I actually preferred the virtual classroom. It felt exactly as if you were sitting in the same room. The instructors could share their screen if they wanted to see you perform a scenario in Minitab, etc.. As far as the Xpult, at first I thought hitting 10 shots into a coffee cup was going to literally drive me insane (once I figured out how to control the variable which was causing me difficulty); I enjoyed it much more. It was a great example of how such small variances can really add up. Using the Xpult in our The design of experiments (DOE, DOX, or experimental des... Learn More... design was awesome. As soon as we optimized the process, I was hitting the target repeatedly on the first try. That was a great example of how powerful DOE’s could be; very impressive.