Black Belt

Six Sigma

Six Sigma is a set of techniques and tools for process improvement. Six Sigma is widely used in a variety of industries. Six Sigma seeks to improve the quality of the output of a process by identifying and removing the causes of defects and minimizing variability in manufacturing and business processes.

Six Sigma Black Belt

Course Description

The online Six Sigma Black Belt Certification will help professionals understand dynamics and all aspects of the DMAIC model in accordance with Six Sigma principles. This training is designed for  who are busy with work and are self-learners.

What you will get

1 Year Access

AudioVideo Lectures

Simulated Exams

Flashcards

Tool Kits

45 PMI PDUs for PMI Credential Holders

GreyCampus Six Sigma black belt Certification Exam

 

Six Sigma Black Belt Curriculum and Body of Knowledge
Overview

Overview of Six Sigma

DMAIC Methodology Overview

Financial Benefits of Six Sigma

The Impact of Six Sigma to The Organization

·         The Six Sigma Language

Define

Project Management

Project Definition

Project Charter

Developing a Business Case

Chartering a Team

Defining Roles and Responsibilities

Gathering Voice of the Customer, Support for Project

Translating Customer Needs into Specific Requirements (CTQs)

SIPOC Diagram

·         Define Phase Review

Measure

Process Mapping (As-Is Process)

Data Attributes (Continuous Versus Discrete)

Defining Metrics

Measurement System Analysis

Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility

Data Collection Techniques

Calculating Sample Size

Data Collection Plan

Understanding Variation

Measuring Process Capability

Calculating Process Sigma Level

Rolled Throughput Yield

Visually Displaying Baseline Performance

Statistical Software Training

·         Measurement Phase Review

Analyze

Visually Displaying Data (Histogram, Run Chart, Pareto Chart, Scatter Diagram)

Detailed (Lower Level) Process Mapping of Critical Areas

Value-Added Analysis

Cause and Effect Analysis (a.k.a. Fishbone, Ishikawa)

Affinity Diagram

Data Segmentation and Stratification

Correlation and Regression (Linear, Multiple)

Process Performance (Cp, CpK, Pp, PpK, CpM)

Short Term Versus Long Term Capability

Non-Normal Data Distribution Transformations

Central Limit Theorem

Goodness of Fit Testing

Hypothesis Testing

Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), Two Sample T-Tests, Chi Squared Test

Design of Experiments (DOE) – Full, Fractional Factorials

Verification of Root Causes

Determining Opportunity (Defects and Financial) for Improvement

Project Charter Review and Revision

Statistical Software Training

·         Analyze Phase Review

Improve

Brainstorming

Multi-Voting

Process Simulation

Quality Function Deployment (House of Quality)

Selecting a Solution

Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)

Poka Yoke (Mistake Proofing Your New Process)

Piloting Your Solution

Implementation Planning

Statistical Software Training

Culture Modification Planning For Your Organization

·         Improve Phase Review

Control

Assessing The Results of Process Improvement

Statistical Process Control (SPC)

Rational Subgrouping

Establishing Process Standards for Inputs, Process and Outputs

Developing a Process Control Plan

Documenting the Process

Statistical Software Training

·         Control Phase Review

Black Belt

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Additional Products

AM I ELIGIBLE FOR SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT CERTIFICATION

A: Candidates should be Six Sigma Green Belt Trained/Certified.

OR

Candidates should have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a role of quality management and should have worked in process improvement project

WHEN WILL PARTCIPANTS GET THEIR PDU CERTIFICATES?

A: All PDU E-Certificates will reach participants within 2 business days.

HOW IS A TYPICAL SIX SIGMA PROJECT TEAM STRUCTURED?

A: Project level

  • Black Belt – Leads the project. Provides training and coaching to the team
  • Green Belt – Assists Black Belt in analysing and solving issues. Leads Green Belt Projects/Teams
  • Master Black belt – Coaches Black Belts and Green Belts. Develops key metrics and the strategic direction for the six sigma project
  • Yellow and White Belts – Functions as project team members and work on local problem solving requirements

Organization level

Executives and Champions who translate the company’s vision, mission, goals, metrics etc to implement specific Six Sigma projects and provide overall alignment between the Six Sigma initiative(s) and Organizational strategic direction.