|Course||Workshop Date||Course Type||Price ( USD )||Register|
|Six Sigma Green Belt Instructor-Led Online Class Training||June 28 - 30, 2017||Instructor-Led Online Class||
|Six Sigma Green Belt Instructor-Led Online Class Training||July 26 - 28, 2017||Instructor-Led Online Class||
|Lean Six Sigma Green Belt 90 Days E-learning||90 Days Access||e-Learning||
iCert Global is conducting Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification training course in , United States. Our Lean six sigma green belt certification training course includes three full-length simulation tests with answers and explanation provided by our trainer to ensure your success in the Lean six sigma green belt examination. We will also provide 35 contact hours certificate on completion of the course.
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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training Course in , United States
Most preferably for Quality management aspirants or Quality specialist, Green Belt certification is the start of the Six Sigma Certification.Green Belt focuses on DMAIC aspects. DMAIC stands for define, measure, analyze, improve and control. This course provides you with a great start in not only completing and getting certified but also prepares you move on to the next level. The syllabus is inclusive of project management, estimation and resolving techniques and practical sessions that revolve around complex real-time scenarios.
1 years of work experience in any field OR Basic knowledge of Six Sigma tools is required.
I. Overview: Six Sigma and the Organization
A. Six Sigma and Organizational Goals
1. Value of Six Sigma
2. Organizational drivers and metrics
3. Organizational goals and Six Sigma projects
B. Lean Principles in the Organization
1. Lean concepts and tools
2. Value-added and non-value-added activities
3. Theory of constraints
C. Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) in the Organization
1. Quality function deployment (QFD)
2. Design and process failure mode and effects analysis (DFMEA & PFMEA)
3. Road maps for DFSS
II. Six Sigma-Define
A. Process Management for Projects
1. Process elements
2. Owners and stakeholders
3. Identify customers
4. Collect customer data
5. Analyze customer data
6. Translate customer requirements
B. Project Management Basics
1. Project charter and problem statement
2. Project scope
3. Project metrics
4. Project planning tools
5. Project documentation
6. Project risk analysis
7. Project closure
C. Management and Planning Tools
D. Business Results for Projects
1. Process performance
2. Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
E. Team Dynamics and Performance
1. Team stages and dynamics
2. Six Sigma and other team roles and responsibilities
3. Team tools
III. Six Sigma-Measure
A. Process Analysis and Documentation
1. Process modeling
2. Process inputs and outputs
B. Probability and Statistics
1. Drawing valid statistical conclusions
2. Central limit theorem and sampling distribution of the mean
3. Basic probability concepts
C. Collecting and Summarizing Data
1. Types of data and measurement scales
2. Data collection methods
3. Techniques for assuring data accuracy and integrity
4. Descriptive statistics
5. Graphical methods
D. Probability Distributions
E. Measurement System Analysis
F. Process Capability and Performance
1. Process capability studies
2. Process performance vs. Specification
3. Process capability indices
4. Process performance indices
5. Short-term vs. long-term capability
6. Process capability for attributes data
IV. Six Sigma-Analyze
A. Exploratory Data Analysis
1. Multi-vari studies
2. Simple linear correlation and regression
B. Hypothesis Testing
2. Tests for means, variances, and proportions
3. Paired-comparison tests
4. Single-factor analysis of variance (ANOVA)
5. Chi square
V. Six Sigma-Improve and Control
A. Design of Experiments (DOE)
1. Basic terms
2. Main effects.
B. Statistical Process Control (SPC)
1. Objectives and benefits
2. Rational subgrouping
3. Selection and application of control charts
4. Analysis of control charts
C. Implement and Validate Solutions
D. Control Plan
What Is Six Sigma?
Six Sigma is a rigorous and proven business methodology that uses data and statistical analysis to improve business performance. With the goal of increasing profits by eliminating mistakes, waste, and rework, Six Sigma provides a means to identify and prevent process variation-or defects-to improve predictability and success of business processes.
Why Six Sigma Certification?
Six Sigma certification confirms a level of training, practice, and capability with respect to specific competencies. Though requirements for each Six Sigma certification level are different, each requires training, and each participant, called a "Belt", is required to have a leadership-approved project prior to Six Sigma certification training.
What Are The Six Sigma Certifications?
Six Sigma Green Belts have received two days of training on the Six Sigma road map and essential elements of statistical methodologies supporting Six Sigma projects. Green Belts allocate up to 50% of their time on Six Sigma projects, and Black Belts assist them with projects as needed.
Six Sigma Black Belts are technical leaders who have received four days of training focusing on the Six Sigma road map and extensive statistical methodologies. Black Belts normally dedicate up to 75% of their time to Six Sigma projects, and they assist Green Belts as needed. Green Belt certification is required for Black Belt certification eligibility.
Six Sigma Master Black Belts represent the highest level of technical and organizational proficiency. They have received six days of training on the Six Sigma methodology, and they've learned the skills and tools required to teach Six Sigma philosophies and implement Six Sigma within an organization. Master Black Belts lead all levels of Six Sigma projects, and they help Black Belts apply methodology when necessary. Their jobs are completely devoted to Six Sigma. Black Belt certification is necessary for Master Black Belt certification eligibility.