About the Course
Lean Six Sigma Certification Training
60 Hours of Training (Available for 3 months from Start Date)
Online-On Demand Training Content -- Asynchronous
Available 24/7 (Internet Connection Required)
Includes Videos, Quizzes, Exercises, Unit Review Tests, & Certification Exam
PDF’s of Presentation Handouts & Textbook included
80% Required on All Quizzes & Tests prior to Unlocking Certification Exam
Must Complete Successful Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Simulated Project
4 Hour Certification Exam; 80% Required to Pass
Basics of Lean Six Sigma Concepts, Principles & Tools AND...
Voice of the Customer, Next Operation as Customer, Quality at the Source
20+ Powerful Tools from the Lean Toolbox
DMAIC Phases & Tollgates: Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control
Project Charters, Teams & Roles, Wastes and Lean Core Tool Overview
Process Sigma, Process Mapping, Data Collection & Basic Quality Improvement Tools
Root Cause Analysis, Time Value Analysis, PDCA, & Control Plans
Additional Core Tools & Methods to Lead Improvement Projects & Teams
Define: SWOT & PEST Analysis, Key Performance Indicators, Kano Model, Quality Function Deployment, Benchmarking, FMEA, Brainstorming, Affinity Diagrams, Nominal Group Technique & Multi-Voting, RACI Charts, Interrelationship Diagraphs, Fault Tree Diagrams, Process Decision Program Charts (PDPC), Prioritization Matrix w/ Weighted Selection Criteria, Activity Network Diagrams
Measure: Requirements, Types of Data, Quality Characteristics, Central Tendency & Dispersion, Measurement Systems Analysis, Measurement Sensitivity, Sampling, Sources & Types of Variation, Time Value Analysis
Analyze: Histograms, Interpreting the Voice of the Process, Basic Probability & Statistics: Descriptive Statistics & Parameters, Probability, Normal Probability Distribution, Other Distributions, Central Limit Theorem
Improve & Control: Statistical Process Control, Process Capability (Cp, Cpk, Pp, & Ppk), Regression Analysis & Correlation, Multi-Vari Analysis, Hypothesis Testing, Design of Experiments
Learn how to lead improvement projects & teams to overcome obstacles and get results
Become a data driven decision maker, effective problem-solver, and process streamliner
Green Belts drive improvements in their areas of the organization
Typically work on improvements about 20-25% of their work time
Can deliver 1 or 2 small scale improvement projects per year
Who Should Attend:
This level of training is good for Managers, Analysts, Engineers, Technicians and Quality & Continuous Improvement staff, others who want to become more data-driven decision makers, and anyone who will go on to Black Belt certification level.
Michael is a dynamic Master Trainer delivering courses for more than 30 colleges & 50 other organizations. His training & education includes: Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, TOC Jonah (Theory of Constraints), Critical Chain Project Management, B.S.--Computational Physics & Mathematics, and Actuarial Science.
Over the past 20 years, Michael has had the opportunity to drive cultural transformation & significant results in a variety of roles & a wide range of projects for a total of over $40M/yr impact on profit.