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Not as good as the lean practitioner course. Documents are missing and the quality of video is not consistant.
Although I understand the way the training is structured, the difference in required time for the modules is large! The load per module could be reconsidered.
The Six Sigma Green Belt training seems less structured than the Lean Practitioner course. it does not feel consistent doing one after the other. There are less videos and there is more reading. All together it is complete, just feels different;
For myself i'd liked to have more explanation of what the variance stands for (rather then only know how to calculate it) for example in relation to the standard deviation and the z-score and z-score tabel and more in-depth explanation of the p-value.
We made it!!!
Very well presented and easy to understand!
Well Done - clear course documentation
Thanks for your course pattern...
I feel that these last lessons would benefit from "real life" examples, more specifically the pugh matrix, determinig the pilot indicators (cp, cpk,Z) and making sense of them. Next I will read the book, but I feel that I still don't master this part, as well as I do for all previous learning areas.
Very Informative and resourceful
very good. A lot of info to take in. Some of the lessons didn't have videos. I imagine this is being worked on but the videos do help set the scene.
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