About Six Sigma South Africa

We are a proudly South African company 

Established in 1998


Six Sigma South Africa operates from high tech offices in the Bo-Kaap, Cape Town and is part of the 2KO International Group. Six Sigma SA conducts Lean training in multiple business disciplines, with our flagship program being Lean Six Sigma. Six Sigma course advisors are trained to help with questions you might have, and are able to provide information about our special offers and all our available training programs. They are contactable on international number +27(0)21 418 4874.

Our Lean trainers have been carefully selected from industry experts, who have expertise and experience not only in Lean Six Sigma practices but also in conducting training. Our Lean Six Sigma certification programs have been in high demand for the past decade and companies utilising our services range from high-powered individuals and Blue-Chip companies in South Africa to smaller companies in neighbouring African states. 2KO is a member of The International Association for Six Sigma Certification. 2KO International is authorised to administer the IASSC Certification Exams to candidates in a traditional "Paper & Pencil" format.


Six Sigma South Africa's Certification is recognised by:

International Association for Six Sigma Certification
The International Council for Six Sigma Certification
MICT SETA, South Africa
Hundreds of global companies

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DMAIC Six Sigma Training

The DMAIC methodology is almost universally recognized and defined as comprising of the following five phases: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control. In some businesses, only four phases (Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) are used; in this case the Define deliverables are then considered pre-work for the project or are included within the Measure phase.  
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Lean Six Sigma Training

In  Lean focuses on waste reduction, deploying a number of tools aimed at the Seven Wastes: Overproduction, Transportation, Defects, Waiting, Inventory, Over-processing, and Motion.