The Certified Six Sigma Black Belt is a specialist who can describe the theories and principles of Six Sigma as well as the supporting framework and equipment. A Black Belt should show team leadership, comprehend team dynamics, and delegate tasks to team members.
According to Six Sigma principles, black belts have a full grasp of every component of the define, measure, analyze, improve, and control (DMAIC) model. They are able to use certain technologies, recognize non-value-added components and operations, and have a basic understanding of lean enterprise ideas.
Six Sigma Green Belt People who desire to learn everything there is to know about Six Sigma and Lean techniques and who hope to manage Six Sigma projects as a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
Those who successfully complete the course will be eligible to:
- Knowledge of the define, measure, analyze, improve, and control (DMAIC) paradigm as it relates to the Six Sigma principle.
- possess a working grasp of lean enterprise principles.
- Determine the components and actions that bring little value.
- Employ certain tools.
- Possess a Black Belt in Six Sigma
Week 1: Introduction to Lean and Six Sigma (Total: 20 hours)
Day 1: Overview of Lean and Six Sigma (4 hours)
Day 2: History and Evolution (4 hours)
Day 3: Lean Principles and Tools (4 hours)
Day 4: DMAIC Methodology Overview (4 hours)
Day 5: Define Phase: Project Selection and Charter (4 hours)
Week 2: Measure Phase (Total: 20 hours)
Day 6: Data Collection and Measurement System Analysis (MSA) (4 hours)
Day 7: Process Mapping and Analysis (4 hours)
Day 8: Measurement and Data Analysis Tools (4 hours)
Day 9: Basic Statistics and Probability (4 hours)
Day 10: Advanced Statistical Analysis (4 hours)
Week 3: Analyze Phase and Lean Tools (Total: 20 hours)
Day 11: Hypothesis Testing and Root Cause Analysis (4 hours)
Day 12: Design of Experiments (DOE) (4 hours)
Day 13: Lean Tools and Value Stream Mapping (4 hours)
Day 14: Kaizen Events and Process Optimization (4 hours)
Day 15: Advanced Problem Solving (4 hours)
Week 4: Improve and Control Phases (Total: 20 hours)
Day 16: Lean Implementation and Error Proofing (4 hours)
Day 17: Solution Implementation and Change Management (4 hours)
Day 18: Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Control Plans (4 hours)
Day 19: Monitoring and Sustaining Improvements (4 hours)
Day 20: Project Review and Certification (4 hours)