SIX SIGMA Black Belt ® Training

Duration: 10hr       Mode: Self-Paced       Access 6 Months

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About Course

Six Sigma is a Top Management driven formal process that uses a variety of business process improvement tools, including Statistical Tools. Variability and variations are a source of loss of productivity, customer dissatisfaction with the product / service, increased cost and delays in delivery. Six Sigma is a customer driven top management led battle against variability and variations of all types using the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) methodology.

This standardized approach, if applied throughout the organization, can lead to substantial reduction of variability and variations by creating sensitivity for noticing, analyzing and reducing variability and variations to a predetermined standard for the organization (the Six Sigma scale). It inculcates the approach of economic and innovative solutions by involving all the concerned persons, with appropriate training and teamwork.

Eligibility Criteria

Six Sigma Green Belt Professionals who want to get comprehensive knowledge about Six Sigma method and aspire to work as a Six Sigma Black Belt in managing projects.

Course Preview:

Module I Introduction
1

Dr. Deming's message to Management- reduction of variation in processes.

2

Six Sigma Overview, Origin and Application

• What is Six Sigma?

• DMAIC, DFSS , IDOV approaches to Six Sigma

• Six sigma and Organization Structure

Yellow Belt classes cover the following information:

Module 2 Define
1

Voice of Customer (VOC)

• Tools for preliminary VOC analysis

o CTQ Tree

o Affinity Diagram

o Kano Model

2

Project Charter and Plan

• Translating business issues to projects

• Building Goal/Problem Statement

• Project Scoping

• Selection of Team Members

• Assigning of Roles for Team Members

• Deriving Project Schedule

• Putting together the Business Case and Project Sign Off.

• Six Sigma Finance – Potential savings and their link to defects; estimating potential savings; Cost Avoidance vs. Costs Reduction.

• SIPOC or COPIS or POCIS

3

Project selection tools- Pugh matrix and Prioritization matrix

4

Team Definition / performance

• ARMI

• GRPI-Goals , Roles, Processes, Interpersonal

Module 3 Measure – Process Map Analysis and FMEA
1

Types of process flow charts

2

VA / NVA Analysis

3

Types of FMEA

4

Process FMEA

Module 4 Measure – Lean
1

What is a Lean or Toyota Production system?

2

Why Implement Lean?

3

Understanding the Lean Concepts

• Eight Waste

• 5-Whys

• Value Stream Mapping

• Takt Time

• Continuous Flow

• Kaizen

• Autonomation together the Business Case and Project Sign Off.

• Push vs Pull

4

Elements of current VSM

5

Elements of future VSM

Module 5 Measure Phase
1

Understanding data

• Normal distribution

• Z Value computation

• Normality test and handling of non- normal data

2

Identifying different Xs using Fishbone diagram.

3

Cause and Effect matrix.

4

Measurement System Analysis – Attribute Gage R&R.

• Key issues in measuring quality

• Calibration guidelines

• Attribute Gage R&R

5

Sampling

• Sampling approach

o Random Sampling

o Random Stratified Sampling

o Systematic Sampling

o Rational sub-grouping

• Sampling considerations

• Calculating sample size: Continuous Data

• Calculating sample size: Discrete Data

6

Process Capability

• Cp and Cpk

• Pp and Ppk

Module 4 Measure – Lean
1

What is a Lean or Toyota Production system?

2

Why Implement Lean?

3

Understanding the Lean Concepts

• Eight Waste

• 5-Whys

• Value Stream Mapping

• Takt Time

• Continuous Flow

• Kaizen

• Autonomation together the Business Case and Project Sign Off.

• Push vs Pull

4

Elements of current VSM

5

Elements of future VSM

Module 5 Measure Phase
1

Understanding data

• Normal distribution

• Z Value computation

• Normality test and handling of non- normal data

2

Identifying different Xs using Fishbone diagram.

3

Cause and Effect matrix.

4

Measurement System Analysis – Attribute Gage R&R.

• Key issues in measuring quality

• Calibration guidelines

• Attribute Gage R&R

5

Sampling

• Sampling approach

o Random Sampling

o Random Stratified Sampling

o Systematic Sampling

o Rational sub-grouping

• Sampling considerations

• Calculating sample size: Continuous Data

• Calculating sample size: Discrete Data

6

Process Capability

• Cp and Cpk

• Pp and Ppk

Module 6 Analyze Phase (Data Analysis)
1

• Pareto Chart

2

• Histogram

3

• Run Chart

4

• Box plot

5

Sampling

• Sampling approach

o Random Sampling

o Random Stratified Sampling

o Systematic Sampling

o Rational sub-grouping

• Scatter Plot

• Calculating sample size: Continuous Data

• Calculating sample size: Discrete Data

6

• Multi Vari chart

7

• Process Behavior charts

o ImR chart

o X bar S, X Bar R chart

o Charts for Binomial count

 np chart

 p chart

o Chart for Poisson count

 c chart

 u chart

o Hypothesis testing

 z test

 t test

 2 sample t test

 Paired t test

 Sample proportion

 2 sample proportion

 One Way ANOVA

 Two way ANOVA

 Chi Square test

 1 sample Wilcoxon

 One way Mood's Median

 One way Kruskal Wallis

 2 sample Mann-Whitney

o Regression Analysis

o Multiple Regression Analysis

o Logistic regression

Module 7 Improve and Control Phase
1

Scamper

2

Brain writing

3

Control-Impact Matrix

4

Prioritising solutions

5

Piloting the Solution

6

Process Control systems

7

Process control charts- ImR, p, np,c,u charts

8

New Process capability-Cp, Cpk

Module 8 IDOV Phases of DFSS-
1

Identify

• QFD

2

Design

• Introduction to TRIZ

• Core concepts

• Contradiction thinking

• Ideal Final Result

• Systems Thinking

• Functional Modeling

3

Optimize and Verify

• Introduction to DOE- Design of Experiments

• Aspects of Shainin DOE

FAQ :

Six Sigma Certification can be applied to many aspects of business, and therefore can benefit almost all companies. By enrolling your employees, Six Sigma can drastically improve your organization's bottom line, and at the same time help your employees climb the corporate ladder. Six Sigma has become the flagship method for separating your organization from its competition.

There is not a governing body of Six Sigma. Any organization may provide Six Sigma training. Our program is highly recognized in the industry. We have provided training to major corporations throughout the world. In addition, we have trained individuals and units within several branches of the government and military. We do provide an internationally recognized certification. To learn more about our organization view the Why Us and About Us pages.

Black Belts work on higher level projects with larger savings potential. Traditionally, their job requires more than 50% of their time be focused on leading Six Sigma projects. However, like Green Belts, Black Belt roles and job requirements will vary between companies.

Yes. Lean and Six Sigma are two separate methodologies that work very well together. Lean is a methodology based on waste reduction, while Six Sigma is a methodology based on process improvement. Both options are being used together in many organizations, so a Lean Six Sigma approach is very popular. You may obtain a Lean Six Sigma certification by combining our Lean Flow Fundamentals with any Six Sigma Green, Black, or Master Black Belt option. You may also earn a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt by completing the Lean Introduction and the two day Yellow Belt. Online Lean Six Sigma options are also available and require the completion of the Lean Level III training and any online Green or Black Belt program. Lean Level II may be combined with our online Yellow Belt for a Lean Yellow Belt program.

An exam is not required for certification. However, you must complete a live project to be certified. The project will act as your final exam. Project certification is available to online students for an additional charge. You may need to complete a final exam to earn CEUs or PDUs based on the training you are taking. Please contact us with any questions.

You must be Green Belt certified to complete the Black Belt after Green Belt. We will accept Green Belt certifications from organizations that offer a program similar to ours.

You may retake the exams as many times as necessary to pass at no additional charge.

Upon successful completion of the online training you will receive your training certificate. You have the option of adding project certification for an additional fee. This will require that you successfully complete a live project of your choosing to receive certification. The additional fee does include up to 4 hours of remote assistance from one of our Master Black Belts.

Students must successfully complete our training and live a project of their choosing.

Certification:

  • After completion of the online training you will awarded with the certification from 6sixma study.