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Six Sigma - Black Belt
Course Length: 5 days (Every sunday)
Who should take the Six Sigma Black Belt Training and Certification course
This course is ideal for anyone who desires or is required to learn the in-depth quality, process and statistical skills needed to lead Sigma teams and projects to increase process performance leading to higher profitability, lower costs and higher customer satisfaction within hi/her organization. Also two completed projects with signed affidavits, or one completed project with signed affidavit and three years of work experience in one or more areas of the Six Sigma Black Belt. You do NOT need to be a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt.
Prerequisites for Six Sigma Black Belt Training and Certification course: Participants with minimum one year experience.
The Black Belt Covers the Following Topics:
Overview of Six Sigma; Aims, goals & background of Six Sigma, The metrics of Six Sigma
Six Sigma Mobilization; Six Sigma implementation, The key roles for Six Sigma success, role and responsibilities
including the Black Belt role.
Six Sigma Process; The DMAIC approach
Define; organizational goals, technicalities & scoring, defining & scoping business problems, understanding the
customer, creating measurable project goals from ctq’s, process mapping, SIPOC, IDEF0, cause and effect, project
selection & tracking.
Measure; FMEA and FTA, identifying & prioritizing process performance risks, project and quality planning, action
planning, basic statistics, attribute & variable data, understanding variation, common & special causes of variation,
data accuracy, precision, linearity, stability, probability, probability theory & distributions, measuring process
performance & control, how to calculate process capability, statistical process control (SPC), types of control charts,
software training (Minitab or AAA) training.
Analyze; Graphical analysis: assessing process performance: pareto & measles charts, histograms, scatter plots,
run charts, regression, scatter plots, confident decision making, hypothesis testing, process evaluations,
application for variable data, application for attribute data, 8 wastes & standardized work, work leveling & kanban,
regression analysis, simple linear regression, design of experiments.
Improve; Leading project teams, communication & change, managing team performance, creativity, facilitating team
creativity, creativity & change, idea generation, idea screening/selection, managing & implementing change,
improvement validation, SPC in a service setting.
Control; Solution introduction, change management, project finance measures, improvement validation,
substantiating process control, recognizing type of variation, control charts, capability analysis, visual process
management, control/reaction plans, idea generation, screening, selection.