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The Certified Six Sigma Green Belt and Black Belt includes: Certified Six Sigma Black Belt
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Certified Six Sigma Green Belt and Black Belt

Certified Six Sigma Green Belt and Black Belt
$3,495.00 (USD)
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Six Sigma Green Belt

I.             Six sigma and organizational goals

A.  Value of six sigma   

B.  Organizational goals and six sigma projects 

C.  Organizational drivers and metrics 

II.            Lean principles in the organization

A.  Lean concepts 

B.  Value-streaming mapping 

III.           Design for six sigma (DFSS) methodologies

A.  Road maps for DFSS

B.  Basic failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) 

C.  Design FMEA and process FMEA 

IV.          Voice of the customer (VOC), Project identification, Project management basics

A.  Customer identification

B.  Customer data 

C.  Customer requirements

D.  Project selection

E.   Process elements

F.   Benchmarking 

G.  Process inputs and outputs

H.  Owners and stakeholders 

I.    Project charter 

J.   Project scope

K.  Project metrics

L.   Project planning tools

M. Project documentation 

N.  Project risk analysis

O.  Project closure  

V.            Management and planning tools, Business results for projects

A.  Process performance

B.  Communication

VI.          Team dynamics and performance

A.  Team stages and dynamics

B.  Team roles and responsibilities

C.  Team tools

D.  Team Communication 

VII.         Process analysis and documentation, Probability and statistics

A.  Basic probability concepts 

B.  Central limit theorem  

C.  Statistical distributions 

VIII.        Collecting and summarizing data

A.  Types of data and measurement scales

B.  Sampling and data collection methods 

C.  Descriptive statistics 

D.  Graphical methods

IX.           Measurement system analysis (MSA)

X.            Process and performance capability

A.  Process performance vs. process specifications 

B.  Process capability studies 

C.  Process capability (Cp, Cpk) and process performance (Pp, Ppk) indices

D.  Short-term vs. long-term capability and sigma shift

XI.           Exploratory data analysis 

A.  Multi-vari studies 

B.  Correlation and linear regression 

XII.         Hypothesis testing 

A.  Basics 

B.  Tests for means, variances, and proportions

XIII.        Design of experiments (DOE)

A.  Basic terms

B.  DOE graphs and plots 

XIV.        Root cause analysis, Lean Tools

A.  Waste elimination  

B.  Cycle-time reduction   

C.  Kaizen and kaizen blitz 

XV.         Statistical process control (SPC)

A.  SPC Basics

B.  Rational subgrouping 

C.  Control charts 

XVI.        Control plan, Lean tools for process control 

A.  Total productive maintenance (TPM)

B.  Visual factory

Six Sigma Black Belt

I.             Organization-Wide Planning and Deployment

A.  Fundamentals of Six Sigma and Lean

B.  Strategic Planning

II.            Organizational Process Management and Measures

A.  Roles and Responsibilities

B.  Change Management

III.           Team Management

A.  Team Dynamics

B.  Team Training

IV.          Voice Customer

A.  Customer Identification

B.  Data Collection Requirements

V.            Business Case, Project Management, Analytical Tools

A.  Project Justification

B.  Project Management Tools

VI.          Process Characteristics, Data Collection, Measurement Systems

A.  Sampling

B.  Metrology

VII.         Basic Statistics and Probability

A.  Distributions

B.  Tests for Dispersion and Central Tendency

VIII.        Process Capability

A.  Cp, Cpk

B.  Pp, Ppk

IX.           Relationships Between Variables and Hypothesis

A.  Correlation

B.  Linear Regression

C.  Tests for Means, Variances, Proportions.

X.            Failure Mode and Effects Analysis and Additional Analysis Methods

A.  Risk Management

B.  Gap Analysis

XI.           Design of Experiments

A.  One Factor

B.  Full Factorial

XII.         Lean Methods

A.  Cycle Time Reduction

B.  Kaizen

XIII.        Control Methodologies

A.  Statistical Process Control

B.  Control Charts

XIV.        Design for Six Sigma Framework and Methodologies

A.  Common Methods

B.  DFX

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