Labelling of training courses

1. Purpose of training labelling:

The training organizations must therefore have their trainees certified, whose certifications are registered in the INVENTORY and have a CPF number in order to be included in the CPF framework and/or to be included in the training budget paid for by the OPCAs (representative organization that collects training funds).

Any person can ask UL6S for a certification of competences, a rigorous process is defined it is a complete evaluation of the candidate on its "knowledge", "know-how" and "soft skills". These certifications are often requested by people with experience in Lean, Six Sigma or Lean 6 Sigma, who have carried out projects, approaches and work sites and who ultimately want to have an independent recognition recognized by the French State in the same way as the diplomas awarded by the French Education Ministry.

However, the vast majority of requests for certification come from training courses carried out either by training organizations or internally in companies (this is often the case in large or even very large companies which provide their own training).

As a result, UL6S offers to label Lean, Six Sigma and Lean 6 Sigma training courses from organizations specialized in this field.

This labelling enables:

  • Give credibility to the training courses by mentioning "UL6S labelled training".
  • Provide a quality image of the training organization.
  • To ensure that the content of the training courses complies with the normative requirements and in particular with the NF X 06 091 standard in which Bernard Murry, President of UL6S, and Jean Maréchal, member of the UL6S Board of Directors, have been very active as experts.
  • To be attached to a recognized certification body, the most experienced in France, independent of training organizations.

Reduce the time and therefore the cost of the certification process

Indeed, the labelling of training courses makes it possible to reduce the cost of certification.

2. Process for the labelling of training courses.

The labelled training courses are those that lead to the 6 certifications listed in the RNCP (National Directory of Professional Certification).

Lean 6 sigma certification in project mode following DMAIC (Breakthrough Improvement)

  • Certification lean 6 sigma Master Black Belt (N° Inventaire 2255) et CPF N° 187 534
  • Lean 6 Sigma Master Black Belt Certification (Inventory N° 2255) and CPF N° 187 534
  • Lean 6 Sigma Black Belt Certification (N° RNCP 2256) and CPF N° 187 532
  • Lean 6 Sigma Green Belt Certification (N° RNCP 2257) and CPF N° 187 533
  • Lean 6 Sigma Yellow Belt Certification (N° RNCP 2258) and CPF 187 535
  • Lean certification: continuous improvement approach
  • Lean Black Belt Certification (N° RNCP 2246) and CPF N° 187 530
  • Lean Green Belt certification (N° RNCP 2254) and N° CPF 187 531

The labelling process is designed to validate the quality level of the training courses in order to ensure that the content complies with current standards and practices. It is based on the analysis of the following documents:

Phase 1: Initial labelling of a training course

The following points are analyzed

Organization of training courses

  • Age/anteriority of training courses, evolution of versions
  • Number of sessions per year for the last 3 years
  • Locations of training courses
  • Minimum and maximum number of participants per session.
  • Internal or external certifications, if any.
  • Facilitators: qualification/certification, experience, personal evaluation of previous training sessions.
    Educational content
  • Training program: duration, number of modules per session
  • Content of the training with regard to the NFX 06 091 and ISO 13 053 /1 and /2 standards
  • Main theme of the training: theory/practice distribution
  • Exercises, case studies.
  • Documents given to participants
  • Assessment of knowledge at the end of the course.
    Pedagogical follow-up
  • Monitoring of participants' attendance
  • Checks during the course
  • Evaluation of the progress of the exercises, case studies
  • Evaluation of trainee participation
    Evaluation of the training course hot & cold.

3. Labelling methodology

To keep the information confidential:

  • The assessor appointed by UL6S can be challenged by the training organization and signs a personal confidentiality clause.
  • He/she is not given any documents relating to the training itself: modules, exercises, case studies, forms (Templates), mementos, etc. He/she consults them on site or during a web conference.
  • The technical file to be compiled by the UL6S assessor is made of checklists relating to the points mentioned above.
  • The documents given to the UL6S assessor are:
    • The programs in the paper catalogues, internet catalogues, etc.
    • The detailed programs (those that the trainee may have)
    • The trainee's educational file (which will be given filled in when the candidate is presented for certification)
    • Hot and cold course evaluations (sampling)
    • The names of the training facilitators.

4. Conduct of the labelling mission

  • Feasibility study and drawing up of a quotation (free of charge)
  • Order by the Training Organization (TO)
  • Appointment of an assessor who can be challenged by the Training Organization
  • Planning of the mission
  • Preparation of documents by the Training Organization
  • Evaluation on site or by web conference with the educational manager and one of the facilitators.
  • Completion of the labelling file by the assessor and initial conclusions of admissibility with a member of the UL6S jury
  • Additional evaluation and, if necessary, during the delivery of a training course.
  • Award of the label by the UL6S jury for an initial period of 3 years

Phase 2 Renewal of the annual label

A file is requested from the Training Organization which includes

  • The main developments in training: content...
  • Evaluations of training courses carried out during the year
  • Newly qualified trainers
  • Customer complaints

The renewal of the certification is pronounced by UL6S in view of the documents provided and a possible discussion between the assessor and the training organization.

Training organizations whose courses are labelled

Ovale Performance

ovaleperformance.com

Lean manufacturing, Lean 6 Sigma, 6 Sigma , Lean Office, Lean tools training

Based in Givors/Lyon
Phone number: 07 87 69 52 77

Axsens BTE

axsens.com

Lean 6 Sigma training

Based in Toulouse
Phone number: 05 61 40 96 03

SERVEA

servea.com

Lean 6 Sigma, Statistics training

Based in Pessac (Bordeaux)
Phone number: 06 43 94 74 11

SIGA CONSULTING

siga-consuting.fr

Lean 6 Sigma, Statistics training

Based in Grenoble
Phone number: 06 62 02 59 48

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