Course Duration: 5 Days

Course Category: Six Sigma

 

35 Contact Hours

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training & Certification

   
Overview

Lean Six Sigma combines the best practices of Six Sigma and Lean concepts.
Using Six Sigma methodologies enable teams to achieve radical process improvement and applying lean principles lead to waste reduction.

 

Lean Six Sigma is a proven business strategy that seeks to improve measurable results and to enhance the quality of process outputs by identifying and removing the causes of defects (errors) and minimizing variability in business processes.

 

Lean Six Sigma is increasingly being used by organization to drive innovation, business growth, operational efficiency and service delivery.

 

Green Belts form the backbone and are a vital component to any successful Lean Six Sigma program. They support black belts, often lead projects independently and support their team of yellow belts.

 

Green Belts fulfil the requirement of a larger critical mass of trained professionals required to achieve breakthrough level results and culture change.

 

Processworks Green Belt training offers a challenging and robust curriculum. The goal is to develop high capability Green Belts.  

   
Key Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Understand Six Sigma and the DMAIC methodology
  • Understand Green Belt’s role in the success of a six sigma project
  • Define and be part of Lean Six Sigma projects
  • Use statistical tools for process improvement
  • Apply the DMAIC processes to business process
  • Identify the most significant input variables affecting the output of a process
  • Apply statistical analysis to determine the relationship between key inputs and process outputs
  • Characterize the equation y = f(x)
  • Close completed projects
   
Who will Benefit?

This Course and the Certification is beneficial for anyone who wishes to understand and apply Six Sigma techniques.


The course content is industry and function independent. Professionals from any company and any business environment would benefit from the training.


The typical target group is Process Owners, Process Teams, Product Manager and Product Management Team, Quality Assurance Team Members, Senior Executives, Anyone who is part of a Six Sigma project, Six Sigma Yellow belts etc.

   
Training and Exam Duration

Training: 5 Days
The course material shall be issued on the first day of the course during registration.

Exam: Four-hour and fifteen-minutes duration
The exam is held separately from the training course at a computer based test centre.

 

Exam Pattern The Lean Six Sigma Certification is a multiple choice exam.
The exam is closed-book, i.e. no materials are allowed to be used. candidates need a 70% score to pass the exam (questions are marked based on a difficulty level of 1-3).
Result and Certificate

Those who pass the exam will receive immediate preliminary results after finishing the exam. E-certificate will be available to download within 3 business days from sitting the exam.

 

Course Agenda DAY 1
 
Overview of Six Sigma as a methodology

  • Principles of accuracy & precision
  • Comparison of various sigma levels


Overview of DMAIC

  • PWing to wing concept of outside in thinking

    • Concept of VOC Vs. VOP
  • CTQ Drill Down Tree
  • Exercise


Concept of Measurable Output of a Process

  • Y = f(X), Output v/s Input Parameters, CTQ Concept
  • Types of Data

    • Data Types (Continuous & Discrete)
    • Discrete Data (Defect and Defectives)
    • Definition of Defect, Defect Opportunity, DPMO
  • Exercise – (Calculation of Sigma Levels)


Define Phase

  • Basic Concepts of Define Phase & Project Charter

    • Business Case and Financial Impact
    • Problem Statement, Goal Statement and Targets
    • Project Scope
    • Project CTQs / Project Ys
    • Team and Team Members, Project Milestones
    • Do's and Don'ts of Project Selection
    • Sample Project Charters
  • Exercise – (Define a Project Charter)

Day 2


  • Introduction to Lean
  • Simulation Exercise
  • History of Lean From Mass Production to Made to Order
  • Lean Tool Box
  • Strategies for each type of Waste
  • Value Straem Mapping
  • Principles of Lean Deployment
  • Establishing Flor
  • Floor & Cell Design
  • Implementing Pull
  • Jidoka
  • Kanban
  • Line Balancing
  • Introduction to 5 S
  • Examples of 5 S Deployments

Measure Phase

  • Stratification / Segmentation
  • Output Characteristic, Project Y, Target and Specs
  • Operational Definitions (Who, What, When, where, How)
  • Gauge R&R (Audit of Measurement System)


Day 3
 

  • Introduction to Minitab Software
  • Examplesof Tools on Minitab


Analyze Phase

  • Concept of Histograms & Normal Distribution
  • Depiction of Variation through Histograms

    • Normal Distribution
    • Concept of Z-Value
  • Types of variation

    • Chance & Assignable Cause
  • Concept of stability- Control Vs Capability

    • Concept of Specification limit Vs. Control Limit
  • Minitab Exposure with Analyse Tools
  • Fishbone and 'Why Why' Analysis
  • Pareto Chart & Box Plotss


Day 4

  • Concepts of Failure Modes
  • Occurrence/ Severity/ Detection
  • Hypothesis Testing

    • Introduction
    • Types of Errors
    • Hypothesis Testing for Continuous Y & Discrete X
    • Minitab Usage for Anova & Moods Median Test with case study
  • Exercise- Hypothesis Testing for Continuous X & Discrete Y
  • Exercise – Constructing a FMEA
  • Team Presentations on Data Analysis & FMEA


Day 5

  • Regression Analysis
  • Exercise – Regression Analysis


Improve Phase

  • Do's & Don'ts
  • Action Planning
  • Control Impact Matrix


Control Phase

  • Concept of Control
  • Importance of Control Charts
  • Charts
  • Documentation
  • Mistake Proofing


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