Lean White Belt Program

This program provides an overview of the core principles of Lean thinking and the essential Lean tools and practices that can be applied across a variety of industries to increase productivity and quality; improve customer and employee satisfaction and reduce waste.  Participants will develop an understanding of what Lean is, what it means for the organization and their customers.

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Canada $325 | Australia $325 |Euro Zones €250 | USA $250
(All prices are exclusive of tax)

This Program Is For
  • Leaders who wish to learn more about Lean to decide whether to start a Lean transformation in their organization;
  • Teams and individuals who want to understand Lean and how to use it in their own work;
  • Individuals who have recently joined an organization in the midst of a Lean transformation, to catch up and understand how Lean works; and
  • Decision makers, executives, managers, front-line employees
  • Upon completion, participants will receive a Lean White Belt certificate from Design 4 Lean Solutions Inc.

Program Details

4 Courses
$325 CAD

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Lean White Belt Program Courses


Lean 101 – Introduction

Level: Beginner

This course defines Lean, its core values and benefits for the organization, and its brief history.  This course also introduces the application of Lean in multiple industries.


Lean Principles

Level: Beginner

This course explains the five Lean principles and how Lean organizations create value with the help of examples and case studies.


Applying Lean

Level: Beginner

This course introduces the costs and quality issues associated with modern day manufacturing.  It identifies the benefits associated with implementing Lean to address key challenges.  Finally, it outlines and explains the main steps involved in implementing Lean in any production setting.


8 Deadly Wastes

Level: Beginner

This course explores the concepts of value-added and non value-added, or waste, by providing examples of how activities can be viewed through the lens of the customer.  Gemba is introduced as a method for the identification of waste.  The eight types of waste are defined and described.

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