Lean Training Programs

The NH Bureau of Education and Training offers a comprehensive series of programs in Lean process improvement techniques and Lean management. The Belt programs are designed for employees, supervisors, managers and administrators in public service including state and federal agencies, municipalities, counties, schools and colleges, as well as nonprofit organizations. Students earn certificates in White, Yellow, Green and Black Belt levels.

What is Lean?

Lean is an organizational management system comprised of principles, tools, and techniques focused on customer value. Lean tools are used by public, private and non-profit sectors to improve processes by removing waste, increasing efficiency and elevating quality.

Lean addresses what customers and employees identify as inefficient uses of materials and personnel. Lean asks organizations to examine and rethink what they do, as well as how and why they do it. Processes are evaluated and improved, increasing quality and value for delivered to customers

Lean empowers employees, tapping into their intelligence, creativity and experiences to implement more efficient ways of completing tasks and reaching organizational goals.

By using Lean, organizations can be more efficient, enhance customer satisfaction, as well as employee engagement and morale.

Lean Programs

BET offers a comprehensive program in Lean process improvement techniques and Lean management. The Belt programs are designed for employees, supervisors, managers and administrators in public service including state and federal agencies, municipalities, counties, schools and colleges, as well as non-profit organizations. Students earn certificates in White, Yellow, Green and Black Belt levels.

Yellow Belt

Green Belt

Black Belt

Lean for Leaders

Lean Friday Forum