Biotech Training Facility and Xendo launch a Lean Six Sigma program for Life Sciences

November 22, 2016

Biotech Training Facility and Xendo have launched a Lean Six Sigma program focused on Life Sciences. The program currently covers a Yellow Belt training and a Green Belt training. Both courses focus on improvement of processes in a GMP-setting, such as laboratories, production, QA and regulatory. During the course, trainees will bring theory into practice with hands-on workshops in relevant topics. In the future, a Black Belt training will be added to the curriculum.

The first courses are scheduled in 2017 and are open for registration. Trainer is Marc Stegeman (Black Belt) of Xendo, who combines 20 years of industry experience in different roles with a passion for improving processes. The training will take place at Biotech Training Facility, offering the trainees ample access to real-life practical settings. Go to the courses for more information and to register.