Course code: BB-LSS-001-01 E
The Lean Six Sigma methodology is a systemic approach that can be applied in service-based, transactional, production-based, and healthcare environments; and is focused on achieving significant business results (earnings) and increasing customer satisfaction.
The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training program we provide is a way for individuals with no prior experience to become a Black Belt. The course requires 120 hours of training. The participants will get the knowledge, the skills, and the experience to lead project teams to achieve breakthrough business improvements for their organizations.
This course provides a positive Return on Investment (ROI). Taking in account that the only costs incurred are the course registration fee, the organization will have a return of over $75,000 in savings (depending on the project selected to develop during the course with the tutor assistance and guidance).
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Our Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training course is best characterized by:
• Experiential learning
• Personalized labs and exercises
• Skill-based training, practical statistics
• 1:1 attention (project tutor)
• Immediate usable tools for each step of DMAIC Six Sigma model
Who should attend?
This course is designed for individuals from any organizational functions-operations, quality, logistics, finance, production, engineering and other staff functions, and for those who want to move one step forward in their career development.
• Achieve significant improvements in critical business processes.
• Apply statistical and problem solving tools to an improvement project brought to class on the first day.
• Reduce process variation.
• Eliminate waste and defects by applying lean and Six Sigma.
• Collect, analyze, and quantify data that enables process improvements.
• Learn how to execute the Six Sigma methodology.
• Establish and define process capability.
• Identify and eliminate dominant process variation sources.
• Characterize and optimize processes by computing and applying statistical techniques.
• Design, simulate, and execute designed experiments that depict validated improvement.
• Learn how to plan and implement process control to hold project gains.
Certification of the Black Belt candidate is based on real project completion (see Notes), in-class assignments, homework, and approval of final knowledge-and-skills based test.
• Each student must select and develop a project during training.
• Projects must be presented for approval no later than the 3rd session.
• Projects must be approved by the Program Director based on the following criteria:
– DMAIC must be the core tool utilized to solve the problem.
– The project must bring savings to the organization of over $75,000.
– The project must be finalized within 4 months.
• Laptop computers will be used extensively during the class.
• All course instructors have extensive project knowledge and real world experience
• Each week of class includes support and project consultation with instructor
• Project selection assistance prior to first week of class by voice or e-mail included
• Project tutoring between each week of class by voice or e-mail included
• On-site consulting services offered at a special rate for all participating students
• Meals included: coffee and beverages all day, breakfast, morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack (if applicable).
|February 3, 2015||Week 1||Tue (6pm-10pm), Thu (6pm-10pm), Sat (8am-5pm)|
|February 10, 2015||Week 2||Tue (6pm-10pm), Thu (6pm-10pm), Sat (8am-5pm)|
|February 17, 2015||Week 3||Tue (6pm-10pm), Thu (6pm-10pm), Sat (8am-5pm)|
|February 24, 2015||Week 4||Tue (6pm-10pm), Thu (6pm-10pm), Sat (8am-5pm)|
|March 3, 2015||Week 5||Tue (6pm-10pm), Thu (6pm-10pm), Sat (8am-5pm)|
|March 10, 2015||Week 6||Tue (6pm-10pm), Thu (6pm-10pm), Sat (8am-5pm)|
|March 17, 2015||Week 7||Tue (6pm-10pm), Thu (6pm-10pm), Sat (8am-5pm)|
|Group Discount (4-6 attendees)||$3,150.00|
|Group Discount (7-10 attendees)||$3,000.00|