Six Sigma Black Belt Online

  • Duration: 1 days
  • Price: $4,670.00
  • Certifications: Six Sigma Black Belt
  • Exams: Black Belt Certification Exam
Course Overviewremove_circle_outline

Black Belts are highly trained Six Sigma experts who possess the knowledge and skills that are necessary to facilitate breakthrough improvements in key processes that support the overall aims of an enterprise or operating unit. They serve as change agents, internal consultants, mentors to Green Belts and assistants to Six Sigma Champions. Black Belts optimize existing technology, or bring new technologies on line at optimal operating conditions and are the masters of problem solving.

Black Belts have the technical and leadership capability to improve the performance of an existing industrial or commercial process, regardless of complexity or output volume. They also tackle and solve specific process-oriented or design-centric problems that have a negative impact on customer satisfaction, operational capability, output capacity, cycle time and other performance-related metrics.

Course Objectivesadd_circle_outline

Upon completion of the Six Sigma Black Belt Certification Preparation training, successful students will have the expertise and technical knowledge required to implement Six Sigma and know how to propel their respective organizations toward best-in-class status by reducing costs, improving cycle times, eliminating defects and significantly increasing customer satisfaction. The total instructional and lab time for this program-of-study is approximately 204 hours

Target Audienceadd_circle_outline

This program of study has been designed for individual contributors and managers seeking vertical mobility or pursuing horizontal opportunities within their respective fields or practice. The successful candidate enjoys working with data and solving problems, as well as working in a project-based, team-oriented environment.

Course Outlineadd_circle_outline

Section 1: Introduction to Fundamental Six Sigma Statistics Using Microsoft Excel

Module 1:

Overview of the Six Sigma Process

  • Six Sigma Methodology and Managements Role in Implementation
  • DMAIC: Six Sigma Road Map

Module 2:

Qualitative Six Sigma Tools

  • Simplified QFD
  • Simplified FMEA
  • Cause and Effect
  • Process Flow
  • Correlation Tests

Module 3:

Foundation for Using Statistical Six Sigma Tools

  • Getting Samples and Data
  • Simplified Gauge Verification
  • Probability
  • Data Plots and Distribution

Module 4:

Six Sigma Tools/ Statistical Significant Change

  • Using Variables Data
  • Using Proportional Data
  • Using Non-normal Distributions

Module 5:

Additional Six Sigma Tools

  • Design of Experiments
  • Control Charts

Module 6:

Statistical Tools for Six Sigma Design

  • What Tolerance is required
  • Simplified Linear Transfer Functions Lesson

Module 7:

Quality Department Data and Manufacturing Innovation

  • Six Sigma Data compared to Quality Department Data
  • Developing Manufacturing Innovation
  • Statistical Tool Finder Matrix
  • Six Sigma Check List
  • Summary and Review of Formulas
  • Review of Proper use of Statistical Tables

Section 2: Core Curriculum

Module 1: Organizational Leadership

Learn to prioritize objectives, create a team that seamlessly functions within the overall organization, provide leadership to the team to develop and achieve the Six Sigma vision. Introduce the first Six Sigma Topics: Course Description:

  • Breakthrough Vision
  • Business Principles
  • Process Management
  • Installation Guidelines
  • Applications Projects

Module 2: Business Thinking:

Develop the understanding of business management’s focus so a Six Sigma program or project can be presented and explained how it will enhance and further the business goals, profits, and achievements. Understanding how to present the blending of Six Sigma values, lean practices and quality tools to match and mesh with the business focus. Develop an understanding of the next 3 Six Sigma topics

  • Value Focus
  • Lean Practices
  • Quality Tools

Module 3: Effective Communication:

Learn how to present complex Six Sigma tools, processes and programs effectively within a business focus and how they are/can be used to increase business value. Present an overview of the first 6 technical topics

  • Basic Statistics
  • Continuous Capability
  • Discrete Capability
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Confidence Intervals
  • Control Methods

Module 4: Negotiation Practices:

Learn how to effectively negotiate for resources (time, people, and money) to accomplish the Six Sigma program or project. How to present the metrics simply and effectively via a business focus to leverage the business gains against the resources needed in a negotiation setting. Then discuss how to secure the required resources for a successful program/project. Review the 7 technical Six Sigma evaluation methods

  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Confidence Intervals
  • Control Methods
  • Parametric Methods
  • Chi-Square Methods
  • Survey Methods
  • Nonparametric Methods

Module 5: Project Management:

Pulls together the previous 4 lessons and Six Sigma tools and processes to effectively manage a program or project as well as bridging the management to technical methodology and communication gap to accomplish a successful program or project. Present the Six Sigma project methodologies:

  • Experimental Methods
  • DFSS Methods
  • Measurement Analysis
  • Training Project

Basic arithmetic skills are essential (i.e., be able to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and work with fractions and decimals). Basic computer skills are also essential. In this context, a rudimentary understanding of Excel is highly recommended, but not essential. Furthermore, a most rudimentary understanding of algebra is a plus, but not required.

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