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Lean Management Training and Certification (Yellow, Green or Black Belt)


Duration & Price:

  • Yellow 2 days – 1.295€ ex vat
  • Green 6 days  – 3.495€ ex vat

Certification: IASSC

Dates Yellow Belt (French dates): 

  • 12 & 13 June 2017 (Brussels)
  • 28 & 29 September 2017 (Brussels)

Dates Green Belt (French dates): 

  • 28 & 29 September, 20, 21, 27 & 28 November 2017 (Brussels)

Subsides: Financial help in Brussels & Wallonia

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Lean Management training and certification in Brussels (Yellow, Green or Black Belt)

This 6 day Lean Management training and IASSC ATO certification seeks to increase your Lean Management capabilities through a multi-disciplinary approach taught by our Master Black Belt experts.

This program is designed to provide all the tools and attitudes anyone needs to understand to execute the managerial aspects of Lean such as  coaching and governing Lean Management transformations. Are also included operational aspects for modeling, analyzing, improving, optimizing and automating day-to-day processes.

To put it shortly, you will be able to produce results in terms of productivity, economic value and in the end increase your customers ‘satisfaction.

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Short explanation of our Lean Management Training Program

This Lean Management Training provides you an effective 6 day course + exam of what you, as effective team member, leader or consultant, are required to perform as a Lean Manager:

  • Understand Lean principles.
  • Support of Lean projects focused on waste reduction, process improvement, operational excellence and continuous improvement.
  • Coaching and Mentoring
  • Lean Project Management

After the training, you will have the following capabilities:

  • Manage and initiate Lean or improvements project,
  • Knowledge transfer, coaching/mentoring and Lean project management,
  • Reduce the process time,
  • Analyze processes using Lean tools,
  • Identify and resolve 8 types of waste,
  • Eliminate non-value added activities,
  • Reduce inventory,
  • Apply tools such as Visual Management 5S and Poka Yoke,


Our Offer


Our offer consists of a  6-day training at 3.495€ ex VAT for the Green Belt or 2-day for the Yellow Belt to prepare you to pass the Lean Management exam. It contains the handbook, reading materials, exam, certification, beverages and light lunch. (Training dates see here under)

Our training and business games use teaching methods which focus on the mental, physical and emotional development of participants. Their contents are specifically tailored to the training goals and the participants. Our teaching methods are both participatory and collaborative, involving problem solving, role-playing and serious games. They offer motivating challenges and stimulate participants to invest in their training.

At the end of this training, you will be ready for the Lean Management Certification exam. Our training meets the criteria certification of ISO, IASSC ATO and we issue a diploma on success.


Program description

Along 6 days of training, you will learn how to apply Lean Management tools inside your operational excellence programs. You will apply the principles of Lean in the exact way as it has been developed by Toyota. You will discover Lean Thinking philosophy and work on opportunities to eliminate waste and create value in your processes.

You will find out how Lean Management is linked to value creation in your processes by eliminating waste. You will also learn how to use our tool box to continuously improve your processes.

Part 1 : Lean Yellow Belt (Lean Thinking  – 2 days)

The first two days you will discover that Lean Management is a structured and disciplined approach to management based on process improvements, value creation and the reduction of waste (time, money, commodities, motion…). The objective of this method is improving the fluidity of processes and recognize waste in a company to treat them with the proper tools.

You will discover that, in substance, the Lean Manager strength is the “common sense ” mobilization capacity of the organization.

1 – Lean Philosophy, History and Context

  • Lean and Theory of Constraints
  • Lean Roadmap
  • Analysis of customer value
  • Value added and non-value added
  • Occupation

2 – VSM, Debottleneck & Line Balancing, One Piece Flow

  1. DMAIC
  2. 5 principles of Womack and ToC
  3. The 3 voices (VoC, VoB, VoE)
  4. Process lead time and Little’s law
  5. Process efficiency and effectiveness KPI’s
  6. VSM current state & future state
  7. Value-added activities and the 8 types of wastes
  8. Processing time & Work measurement
  9. Debottleneck and one-piece flow
  10. Layout optimisation & work cells design
  11. Poka-Yoke, 5S and Visual Management
  12. Root cause problem solving
  13. Kaizen event

3 – FlowIntroduction to Kanban, Poka Yoke, 5S, SMED. Toyota Way

  1. Takt time and Line balancing
  2. Demand forecast
  3. Probabilistic models & Safety stock
  4. Pull flow, Kanban and replenishment
  5. SMED

4 – Lean Organization

  1. White boards & daily briefs
  2. Events

Business Game

  1. part 1
    • Value Stream Mapping (VSM)
    • Flow value
    • Line Balancing and Takt time
    • Feed Little pulled and law
    • Kanban, safety stock and replenishment
  2. part 2
    • Poka Yoke
    • 5S and Visual Management
    • SMED and time reduction
    • Kaizen (Kaikaku)
    • 5 Why, A3 management

Part 2: Lean Green Belt (Lean Management Partitioner – 4 days)

In this part and as a future Lean Practitionner you will discover how to become the initiator of a Lean improvement program. You will develop one obsession ” the perfect process.” As Lean Practitioner you will master Lean tools & techniques. You will understand the principles of Lean and inspires colleagues to work on improvements. Within organizations, Lean practitioners are specialists who, contribute to the operational excellence of the various departments and transfer those principles with enthusiasm.

1 – Advanced Process Analysis / Process Re-designDay

  1. VSM current state & future state
  2. Processing time & Work measurement
  3. Layout optimisation & work cells design
  4. Poka-Yoke, 5S and Visual Management
  5. Root cause problem solving
  6. Kaizen event
  7. Process FMEA

2 – Inventory Management & Capacity Management

  1. Demand forecast
  2. Probabilistic models & Safety stock
  3. Capacity planning and management
  4. Heijunka / workload leveling
  5. Queuing models
  6. Pull flow, Kanban and replenishment
  7. Inventory optimisation
  8. MRP and lots sizing
  9. SMED
  10. Total Productive Maintenance
  11. OEE / TRS
  12. Reliability

3 – TPM

  1. White boards & daily briefs
  2. Shopfloor performance review
  3. Skills matrix & individual variability
  4. Continuous Improvement (CI)

Part 3: Lean Black Belt (on demand)

In this part you will learn how to become a mentor and a driving force for your improvement projects. You will discover the people and project management behaviors you have to adopt proactively to become a Lean manager. At the end of this cursus you will not only master the Lean techniques but also be able to transfer knowledge, mentor and inspire your teams and employees.

1 – Statistics applied to Advanced Lean Management

  1. Processing time & Work measurement
  2. Layout optimisation & work cells design


  1. Probabilistic models & Safety stock
  2. Queuing models
  3. POLCA systems
  4. Reliability

3 – Performance Management & Lean Deployment

  1. White boards & daily briefs
  2. Shopfloor performance review
  3. Skills matrix & individual variability
  4. Continuous Improvement (CI)
  5. Job Design & Ergonomy
  6. Organisational models / span of control
  7. Hoshin Kanri
  8. Organizational behavior
  9. Coaching model

Here are examples of your future Lean tool box:

  • Lean and Theory of Constraints
  • Lean and Six Sigma
  • Lean Roadmap
  • Analysis of customer value
  • Value added and non value added Activity
  • The 8 types of waste
  • Value Stream Mapping ( VSM )
  • Flow value
  • Line Balance and Takt time
  • Feed Little pulled and law
  • Kanban , safety stock and replenishment
  • Poka Yoke
  • 5S and Visual Management
  • SMED and reduced preparation time
  • Kaizen ( Kaikaku )
  • 5 Why , A3 management


  • Persons from diverse operational functions (quality, logistics, finance, production, engineering,…)
  • Persons having experience or interests in Lean, operational excellence, process management and continuous improvement
  • Groups from 5 to 12 people. In English

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