Lean Practitioner training



6 Weeks




No Prerequisites


2 locations


For Organizations

In-Company training

Tailored group coaching or training by our (Master) Black Belts, customized for your workspace.


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A comprehensive Lean Practitioner program

Achieving workplace efficiency extends beyond a single effort. It requires transforming daily work habits, adopting new expertise for team initiatives, and fostering knowledge sharing. In this training, students discover how to drive such transformations. They gain knowledge of various insights and tools and acquire the skills to identify and address the root causes of any issue. These Lean Practitioners unite teams, challenge unproductive behaviors, overcome reactive problem-solving, and engage stakeholders. Lean Practitioners have one objective: making it easy for everyone to fulfill customer requirements.

  • Vast alumni network
  • Different training options
  • Personal project coach

  • Exclusive MyTraining™ learning platform
  • ISO-certified courses
  • Global corporate presence

Based on student reviews, our courses are rated 4.8/5.0 stars

organizational BENEFITS

Advantages of Lean Practitioner initiatives

The rapid and thorough enhancements make Lean extremely popular, particularly within organizations striving for operational excellence. Using tools like Kaizen events, A3 projects, and Value Stream Maps, results remain attainable, making them appealing and much simpler to spend time on. Organizational issues that exist from the first day can be resolved within a week or month. This transformation isn’t achieved from a single desk but through collaborative endeavors from where the work unfolds. Beyond the enhancements, Lean practices introduce an element of enjoyment by challenging individuals to think about their work, individually and collectively, and to elevate the old standards.

Training options

Your way of studying


Participate in our classroom sessions and engage in discussions with instructors and other students. Discuss solutions, use tools, and learn from each other. Our classroom sessions can help you network with other students. These sessions are an ideal option for those who thrive on interactive learning.



Participate in our training worldwide through our virtual classroom offering. We’ve structured our program to engage students. For instance, using a live Value Stream Mapping session, you focus on a process and reconstruct it step by step. Gain experience in a convenient and instructive manner.



Our Blended learning options let you choose between attending classes or selecting your location. Ideal for those with a hectic and unpredictable schedule. Using our MyTraining™ platform, you’re consistently well-prepared, regardless of the option you select.


Summer Course

Speed is essential for our Summer Course. This accelerated option spans 6 or 8 consecutive training days, based on your preference. Following the training period, an exam is administered to certify you. This course uses the same information as the other options and provides access to our MyTraining™ platform.


Course content

Introduction to the Lean Practitioner training

Our Lean Practitioner training is customized for professionals seeking hands-on utilization of Lean tools and techniques. This comprehensive training program covers the full spectrum, from fundamental concepts like ‘waste’ to more intricate aspects like transforming daily routines and reshaping problem-solving perspectives in the workplace.

Throughout the training, students engage in live exercises and gain hands-on experience with different tools to master their practical application. Lean Practitioners acquire the expertise to streamline existing organizational processes and cultivate new operational habits. Essentially, they become catalysts for change.

Lean tools can be applied across various industries because the methods and tools provided by the methodology can optimize any recurring process. Our ISO-level courses bring process enhancement to any professional field, enabling you to elevate your work environment.

The subsequent section highlights the specifics of what the training entails. This immersive structure is crafted with a single aim: to equip you with proficient Lean expertise. Through each phase, your understanding and mastery of the tools will expand, increasing your proficiency as a fully-fledged Lean Practitioner.

Certification Journey

Preparation stage

To help in your preparation, the training encompasses:

  • A comprehensive study guide
  • A set of 30 videos covering Lean and Six Sigma
  • 2 digital e-books covering Lean and Six Sigma
  • Additional TPC e-learning modules
  • Instant MyTraining access

Training sessions

Within the training sessions, you will find:

  • 6 Classroom days
  • Real-world simulations
  • Examination of project issues and best practices
  • Learning through peer interactions and activities
  • Theoretical exam and certification

Your project

To guarantee the success of your project, the training includes:

  • 1-on-1 project coaching
  • Ready-to-use project templates
  • Project Assessment and support for initial stages
  • 5 tollgate reviews
  • An in-depth review of deliverables

Certification stage

Certification involves the following aspects:

  • Two expert assessments of your project
  • Certification event with your manager and TLSSC coach
  • Official Green Belt certificate
  • Official enrollment in our database
  • Access to the exclusive Green Belt alumni LinkedIn page

Preparation stage

Training sessions

Your project

Certification stage

Getting certified

The value of your certificate

You receive an internationally recognized certificate after completing one of our training programs. But what factors establish the value of a certificate? On our ‘Value of Your Certificate‘ page, we explain the advantages of The Lean Six Sigma Company certificate compared to others.

FiNancial details

Training costs


The Lean Six Sigma Company Students can opt for a training package that encompasses a project along with comprehensive guidance from an experienced coach, or they can register for the training without undertaking a project.


Training without project coaching


ROI projection

The fundamental value proposition behind Lean Six Sigma is the cost savings that come from completed improvement projects. Typical Lean Practitioner projects reach [Your Currency] annually for each improved process across many industries. Projects take between 3-6 months, allowing for multiple projects per year.

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If you’re seeking training for your team, our In-Company pages can help you. Our trainers can conduct any of our individual-focused training programs for your organization. Our In-Company training and project selection is the first step to deploying Lean Six Sigma in your organization.

In-company Training


Lean Six Sigma Awareness Training

Learn to utilize improvement opportunities with Lean Six Sigma like many Fortune 500 companies. Find out which training would be most effective in your case by attending one of our Lean Six Sigma Awareness. During this free tasting session, one of our Master Black Belts will explain the fundamentals of the methodology to you, and how to turn your ideas into actual results. Let us answer your questions and reveal just how much you could benefit from using Lean Six Sigma.

  • Individual training advice for every student
  • Available to everyone
  • Discuss project ideas with other attendees
  • Get to know our trainers
  • Available to everyone

Starting Dates

Starting dates Lean Practitioner training

30 May
Downtown Toronto

Downtown Toronto

Training dates
30 May 2024|31 May 2024|1 June 2024

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26 Aug
Online Remote Training

Online Remote Training

Training dates
26 August 2024|27 August 2024|30 August 2024

Own computer, Everywhere,

25 Nov
Downtown Toronto

Downtown Toronto

Training dates
25 November 2024|26 November 2024|4 December 2024

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26 August 2024, 27 August 2024, 30 August 2024


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Frequently asked questions

Is it possible to enroll and participate in training without any prior knowledge or experience of Lean Six Sigma?

Each of our training programs is designed with the assumption that our students begin without any prior knowledge of the Lean Six Sigma methodology. The training begins with the basics and systematically covers every concept, catering to those without prior experience. You’ll engage in simulations and exercises throughout the training to facilitate your understanding. If you undertake a project as part of your training, you will receive coaching and support from one of The Lean Six Sigma Company’s (Master) Black Belts to help you get started.

Which training should I opt for: Green Belt or Black Belt?

The choice between Green Belt and Black Belt training depends on your objectives and aspirations. If you want to integrate Lean Six Sigma part-time alongside other responsibilities, then Green Belt training is suitable. But, if your ambition involves full-time engagement with Lean Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement, then the Black Belt training is ideal.

Does Lean Six Sigma or Lean training align with my career path?

Lean and Lean Six Sigma methodologies are applicable regardless of your career stage, and this training serves as an excellent entry place. Even as a novice, your efforts can bring substantial value. These methodologies can complement your current tasks or even replace certain responsibilities. Alternatively, depending on the training you opt for, they can pave the way for a full-time career.

Black Belt or Green Belt: Which is the better choice for me?

Green Belt projects address challenges that impact a single department or specific stakeholders. On the other hand, Black Belt projects tackle intricate, persistent issues that span across departments and involve various stakeholders. In terms of roles, Green Belts often align with project managers, while Black Belts bear greater responsibilities and play a more influential role, directing other Green Belts throughout projects.

What distinguishes the ‘Services’ training from the ‘Manufacturing’ training?

The ‘Services’ training is ideal for individuals in transactional roles, such as general administration, logistics, and finance. On the other hand, the ‘Manufacturing’ training suits those who work in mass production, machinery, factories, and automation. Those who undergo Manufacturing training can still undertake projects in the transactional fields mentioned earlier.

Is Lean Six Sigma training suitable for me if I find statistics difficult?

The Green Belt training minimizes statistics content, unlike our Black Belt course. However, our Black Belt courses start from the fundamentals, assuming our students have no familiarity with statistics. We understand that dealing with statistics may seem daunting, but our trainers have successfully guided numerous students in comprehending and developing an interest in statistics. Moreover, we provide numerous videos and supplementary courses on our MyTraining™ platform to help you prepare and repeat certain exercises and modules.

Do you provide training options during evenings or weekends?

The Lean Six Sigma Company prefers to schedule its training courses during regular working hours.

This decision is deliberate, aiming to respect our students’ personal time and cultivate a practice of engaging with Lean Six Sigma within typical work hours, a habit we encourage beyond training completion.

However, there may be specific local variations. If you have any questions, please contact the helpdesk in your respective region.

Is training available in languages other than English?

Details about our global presence are available on our world map page. This resource indicates the countries where we are currently operational and provide training.

Which training option is appropriate for me?

The right choice depends on your objectives and desired outcomes. Choose Green Belt training if you plan to integrate Lean Six Sigma part-time, perhaps alongside your current responsibilities. On the other hand, if your goal involves a full-time engagement with Continuous Improvement and Lean Six Sigma, then Black Belt training is the suitable option. Similar considerations apply to Lean training, Lean Practitioner, and Lean Leader courses.

Which training should I choose: Lean Practitioner or Lean Leader?

Lean Practitioners and Lean Leaders fulfill distinct roles. Practitioners are responsible for implementing smaller-scale Lean Initiatives consistently and providing stakeholders with updates on their progress. Conversely, Lean Leaders have a broader understanding of Lean, oversee projects, and facilitate employee training, enabling them to use the Lean methodology independently.

Looking for more information?

If you’re still unsure about the ideal training option for you or whether Lean or Lean Six Sigma is the better fit, allow us to provide answers to all your queries. With our assistance, you can make an informed choice that suits you best. Our approachable helpdesk is here for you.

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