Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
Overview

Lean and Six Sigma are quality improvement methodologies structured to reduce waste and product or service failure rates to a negligible level. Six Sigma companies typically spend less than five percent of their revenues addressing and repairing quality problems.


Black Belts are at the core of every Six Sigma implementation. Motorola used the term "Black Belt" to describe "an individual who has developed a synergistic proficiency between his or her technical discipline and the Six Sigma strategies, tactics, and tools. These individuals will continually work towards institutionalizing the effective use of these tools throughout the corporation, its clients, and its suppliers."

 

Black Belt training follows the standard model of this intense training spread over 5 days. Small classroom based type workshops at our Central London training centre.



Qualifications

Certified Course with the process to gain certification:

  • Complete the course
  • Sit an exam at the end of the course - Theory
  • Be involved in and complete the case study during the week - Practical
  • IASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (IASSC Accreditation)


Who is it for

Business Professionals in both Service Industries and Manufacturing Industries


  • Business Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Product Line Managers
  • Production Supervisors
  • Process Improvement Specialist
Description

Course Highlights will be:


Review Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Minitab Continuation with Case Study Measurement System Analysis


  • MSA for discrete data MSA for continuous data
  • Advanced Process Capability
  • Sigma Value, Defect Metrics and Yield Metrics Long- and Short-Term Capabilities
  • Cp, Cpk, Pp, Ppk Capability Indices Advanced Statistical Process Control Control Charts for Continuous Data Control Charts for Discrete Date Handling Non-normal Data


  • Data Sampling Sampling Strategies Central Limit Theorem

- The Mean

- Proportions


  • Confidence Interval for Standard Deviation and Median Hypothesis Testing


  • Introduction to Hypothesis Tests Tests for Means

-        -t-Test, ANOVA, Tukey’s Test

-        Paired data


  • Tests for Variance (Bartlett’s, Levene’s and F-Tests) Tests for Proportions (Chi Square Test)
  • Non-Parametric Tests Correlation and Regression
  • Simple Correlation and Regression Multiple Correlation and Regression Logistic Regression
  • Design of Experiments 2k full factorial designs Optimisation Plots Blocking
  • Organizational Change Management Managing Successful Project Teams Decision-Making Approaches Conflict Management
Requirements

Must have completed Lean Six Sigma Green Belt whether with Acudemy or another course provider

Career Path
  • Business Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Product Line Managers
  • Production Supervisors
  • Process Improvement Specialist

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