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Our Lean Sigma training has been certified by the FMCG Academy, and the curriculum is tailored to maximise value for Food, Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Household and Textile manufacturing.

Training can either be delivered through joining one of our regional groups, or for groups of 4 through in-house bespoke training. If you’d like further information, simply drop us a line.

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“Yellow Belt training was not only very interesting but also eye opening, learning the skills needed to identify problems at the root cause and then knowing how to implement the small changes required to make a big difference, great course with great trainers, already looking forward to the next step and seeing what the green belt course has to offer”. Thanks, Dean Broughton, Stores Team Leader.

“Yellow Belt training was a very informative and useful training program that I really enjoyed doing. I would recommend it to anyone in the manufacturing sector”. Stuart Entwistle, Production Supervisor (Finishing)

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank Bradbury for giving me the chance to take part in the training course, and also to all parties who helped along the way. The yellow belt training was carried out by Nathanial who made the whole training relaxed, easy going and tolerable, but at the same time filled me with the knowledge and the quality’s needed to pass the course, he was an absolute pleasure to work with. The Knowledge and skills gained from the yellow belt training has played a pivotal part in an ongoing project and I can only think to imagine it will further help the business in the future.” Martin Pembleton

Keen to get your Lean Sigma Belts? Contact us today.

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    That’ll never work [about the modification]...

    [2 hours later]... That’s a good idea.


    Firstly, Reckitt Benckiser and LI pulled together to improve efficiency levels and there was a focus on both external and internal resources. Before LI arrived efficiency was not good. Secondly, there was good methodology and training using operators to support its implementation. Thirdly, there was daily and hourly focusing on performance. Since LI left, improvements have been sustained.

    Bart Derde, Supply Projects Director (Europe), Reckitt Benckiser