Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification Course Details
Participants will learn to understand and combat variation in everyday processes following the DMAIC methodology. They will learn project management tools to:
Define and scope a project
Measure data to describe the problem faced
Analyze the data to drive to root cause
Improve the situation through use of Lean tools
Control the gains generated throughout the project
Typically the ROI of the training project exceeds the course fees several times over - many projects can return $30-50K of savings or more depending on project selection. We guarantee a positive ROI in savings as well as developing your people to achieve a higher level of performance.
This course is recommended for staff in production, engineering, finance, project management, administration, and others at all levels who want to make a measurable difference in the ongoing growth of the company.
2023 Schedule and Dates
For Public Courses the sequence is 2 class days every 3 weeks with (3) 1.5 hour coaching sessions per project team spread throughout the training.
Course session dates as follows:
|BB Session 1
|Days 1-2 Green Belt Review
|BB Coaching 1
|How Do I Start My Project?
|BB Session 2
|Days 3-4 Hypothesis Testing
|BB Session 3
|Days 5-6 T-tests, P-tests, ANOVA
|BB Coaching 2
|I've Got Data, Now What?
|BB Session 4
|Days 7-8 ANOVA and DOE
|BB Session 5
|Days 9-10 DOE competition and Wrap-up
|BB Coaching 3
|How Do I Close My Project?
|Presentation to Sponsor and Leadership
$4,650 per person. Including all items except software. 10% discount for 3 or more people from the same company
Included in the course:
Project coaching throughout
All templates and files used in the training
Electronic copies of all slides used in the course
Minitab is the software used for advanced statistical and Design of Experiments (DOE) applications.
Course location will be rotated among participant sites, as appropriate. This enables all participants to experience several different plant environments and to get a better feel for other projects in the class. See the FAQ for more information, which you can access by clicking here.