Six Sigma Green Belt Training and Certification

Six Sigma Green Belt Training and CertificationSix Sigma is a management methodology which allows companies to use data to eliminate defects in any process. For a process to have achieved Six Sigma, a process must not produce a defect - that is anything outside of customer specifications - more often than 3.4 times per million opportunities.

Six Sigma enables organizations to improve their processes, making them more capable of delivering what the customer wants right first time. Six Sigma works through the use of two sub methodologies;

  • DMAIC which stands for Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control and is used for existing processes
  • DMADV which is used for new processes and stands for Define, Measure, Analyse, Design and Verify.

Six Sigma Green Belt Course Outline:

  • Six Sigma Introduction
  • Six Sigma Project Definition
  • Project Selection Process
  • Six Sigma Deployment
  • Process Mapping
  • Input Prioritization Tools
  • Failure Mode Effect Analysis
  • Minitab 17 Introduction
  • Advanced Graphical Analysis
  • Multi-Vari Planning
  • hbgedsVariation Trees and Funneling
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Central Limit Theorem
  • Statistical Analysis Roadmap
  • Test for Mean with t-test
  • Measurement Systems
  • Capability Analysis
  • Sample Size Selection
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Process Control Plan
  • Integration of Lean
  • Project Plan & Deliverable
  • Project Reviews
  • Homework
  • One Way ANOVA
  • Non-manufacturing Applications
  • Correlation and Regression
  • Multi-Vari Analysis
  • Process Control Plan
  • Project Plan & Deliverable
  • Project Reviews
  • Final Exam
 

How to implement Six Sigma?

Since the results of a Six Sigma project are only as good as the people involved and the training those people receive, selecting the right employees and providing adequate training are critical to the process. An existing business can implement Six Sigma by first identifying the employees who have the experience to fill the Six Sigma team roles below:

Master Black Belt – This role is filled by an employee who has completed Black Belt training and typically leads between five and ten different Six Sigma projects. This employee must have strong quantitative skills and highly-developed leadership skills.

Black Belt – This professional works full time on quality improvement projects. The Black Belt has completed all Six Sigma coursework and has led several projects.

Green Belt – This professional typically works part time on projects and has been trained in Six Sigma methodology.

Yellow Belt – This person assists part time on project teams and has received minimal training in Six Sigma.

Once the role requirements of each Six Sigma belt are understood, it becomes easier to match these roles with employees who have the needed skills, abilities, and experience.

 

   

Six Sigma Benefits to organizations

  • Organizations that have used the Six Sigma methodology have reduced waste, increased profit and enhanced shareholder value.
  • Investing in Six Sigma training for employees at all levels within a company can be a catalyst to increasing productivity and profitability
  • Bottom line cost savings (5%-20% of turnover per annum)
  • Improved quality of product or service as perceived by the customer (internal and external customers)
  • Common language throughout the organisation
  • Reduction in process cycle times
  • Development of staff skills

 

Our Certified Skills & Trainings are available throughout the year in LAHORE, ISLAMABAD & DUBAI. We provide 100% Practical Skills & Project Based Trainings. Opportunities for internship and job for Select candidates and their placement on international projects.

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