This training has two fold benefits for the participants. One is to learn how to use six sigma tools in day to day operation and another is to get required knowledge tips and tricks on passing any six sigma certification exam.
The Six Sigma Black Belt Certification course is based on the ASQ (American Society for Quality) body of knowledge of six sigma, and follows a model known as DMAIC. The DMAIC model is the standard six sigma road-map from project selection through completion and follow-up.
This Six Sigma Training equips delegates with the appropriate skills and tools to enable them to deliver current and future improvements. During this Six Sigma Training course delegates are trained to utilize the fundamental Lean Six Sigma tools to improve processes, typically in their respective department or unit.
Six Sigma Black Belts are a vital part of a successful Six Sigma program. Many organizations begin Six Sigma deployments by training Champions. They involve a larger critical mass of people to achieve breakthrough results from their Six Sigma initiatives. Black Belt training is on how to apply the Six Sigma tools in achieving breakthrough improvements in customer satisfaction, cost reduction process improvement and cycle time reduction.
This Six Sigma Black Belt course is comprised of fifteen separate sessions. Each session is a collection of related lessons, and includes an interactive quiz at the end of the session. Individual lessons also include simulations and interactive practice exercises.
How Participants will benefit after the course:
Learn tools of six sigma step by step in DMAIC approach
Practice tools with Minitab statistical software
Get prepared for six sigma black belt certification exam, specially for ASQ (American Society for Quality) which is recognized as top among certification provider bodies.
Assessment through quiz after each class
Practically apply tools in individual six sigma project and based on that get the certification
At Course Completion:
Participants will learn how to implement the Six Sigma methodology in their organization and through Six Sigma methodology to improve the organization process to reduce cost, improve customer satisfaction and increase revenue of the company.
A Trainer Self-made Training Course-ware exclusive for Six Sigma Black Belt Certification. The comprehensive power point presentation for the workshop is based on the CSSBB BOK, by ASQ (American Society for Quality). Other material includes
- Six sigma black belt handbook
- Minitab 14 Statistical Software (Demo)
- Tools templates etc.
Students will be taken through all phases of six sigma DMAIC , from project start to improvement and sustaining the same.
Workshop topics to be covered:
Day 1: ENTERPRISE WIDE DEVELOPMENT
Six sigma History (Deming, Juran, Crossby, Ishikawa)
Introduction to DMAIC approach
Six sigma and lean application
Organizational process management
Day 2: MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING TOOLS
Affinity diagram, relation diagram, PDPC, Matrix diagram, network diagram
Day 3: DEFINE
VOC, CTQ flow down, KANO Model
Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
Day 4: MEASURE- PROCESS CHARACTERISTICS
Process flow metric (Takt time, cycle time, throughput)
Day 5: MEASURE- DATA
Value stream map, process map, work instruction, flow chart, circle diagram
Types of data, Measure scale
Day 6: MEASUREMENT SYSTEM ANALYSIS (MSA)
Measurement system analysis (MSA) with Minitab
Day 7: MEASURE- PROBABILITY AND DISTRIBUTION
Basic probability rules
Distribution concepts- Normal, binomial, poisson, chi square, exponential, hyper geometric, student t, F weibull etc. with Minitab
Day 8: PROCESS CAPABILITY
Process capability indices: Cp and Cpk
Process performance indices: Pp, Ppk and Cpm
(DPMO), defects per unit (DPU), process sigma,
rolled throughput yield (RTY)
Day 9: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VARIABLES
Correlation, regression, Multivariate,
multivariate tool principal components, factor analysis,
discriminant analysis, multiple analysis of variance (MANOVA)
Day 10: HYPOTHESIS TESTING
Day 11: FMEA AND OTHER ANALYZE TOOLS
Failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA)
5 Why, Gap analysis, Pereto
Day 12: CAUSE AND EFFECT DIAGRAM
Day 13:DOE AND OTHER IMPROVEMENT TOOLS
Design of Experiment
Waste elimination, Keizan, Cycle time reduction
Theory of constraints
Risk analysis and mitigation
DAY 14: CONTROL TOOLS
Rational sub grouping
Chart selection: X¯ R, X¯ s, ImR, p, np, c, u, short-run SPC and moving average.
Day 15: DFSS AND MOCK TEST
CTx, Robust design, Triz, Pugh
MOCK TEST WITH 100 QUESTION