Introduction to Online Lean Six Sigma Courses

Any time, anywhere, any place

Welcome to our lean six sigma online training courses

Our online courses are easy to join, easy to follow, and contain a variety of learning materials to suit all learning styles. All courses are in module format with webinars of a maximum of 2 hours in length.

Interactive and fun

We believe in learning by hearing, seeing and doing in that order. Videos, practical, exercises and quizzes are an integral part of all our courses.

Individual tutoring and support

Individual mentoring is available on every course. Video recordings of all webinars are available to all course participants.

Tailored to suit you

All courses can be tailored with case studies, data sets and assignments to suit your organisation.

Proven track record

Lean Ireland tutors have a proven track record for excellence in online course facilitation. See our course testimonials below.

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Please call us or email with your query. Many of our courses are designed specifically for clients so may not be listed below.


Testimonials for online courses

“We have worked with Bernie and Lean Ireland for many years now and have always been more than happy with the professional delivery of all the training programs provided for our network. Bernie recently delivered an online DOE course for us and we were absolutely delighted with the calibre of the online training materials and exercises she provided, the meticulous preparation in advance of the course; the superb interaction with the participants and the consistent follow-ups between online lectures. It has been such a positive experience for us, that we can’t wait for Lean Ireland to deliver the next training course for our members!”

 Catherine Collins, Network ManagerFirst Polymer Training Skillnet


“Great course that gave me an overview of Lean and its origins, we focused the tutorials on the Toyota 8 Step problem solving model and worked through live examples for each step. Over the course of the tutorials we covered areas like 5s, 7 wastes, Gemba visits, spaghetti mapping, 5 Whys & fishbone, Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA), SMED and OEE.

Course delivery was via a weekly 90 min Google hangouts session, we had plenty of time for discussion and I got a weekly assignment to complete for the following week’s tutorial. All assignments were linked to the 8 step problem solving model we were studying and I was able to build and develop my own A3 document over the course of the sessions, just like real life in the factory!

As someone who came from a commercial background into manufacturing, I have found this learning invaluable. It has provided a solid knowledge base about Lean in a short space of time and also given me more confidence to challenge ways of doing things in our factories as we strive for customer delight and continuous improvement.”

 Neil Finlayson, Business Transformation Director, Kerry Group


“In March 2020 the Kemmy Business School at the University of Limerick moved all courses to an online delivery model. Bernie Rushe of Lean Ireland is a tutor in Project Management for 3rd and 4th year students on our undergraduate Supply Chain Management degree programme. I am delighted with the innovation that she has brought to our online courses. She is flexible in accommodating the university’s needs and her industry knowledge adds depth to course content. The feedback from students is excellent and I am already looking forward to next semester.”

Yvonne Delaney, Programmes Director & Unit Head, Management Development Unit at University of Limerick


“Thanks for your excellent training.”

“Many thanks for your training sessions. I am enjoying them along with the assignments.”

“Richard was careful and thorough in presenting the course material. Would recommend.”

“I…. find the information very clear, practical and applicable to real life live project work.”

“The trainer was very knowledgeable and helpful with any queries”.

Comments received on online course feedback forms

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