Lean Six Sigma Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training

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  • Course Delivery: On Demand
  • Duration: 25 
  • Language: English
  • Difficulty: Intermediate
  • Audience: Quality Professionals

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Key Features

  • 25 hours of high-quality e-learning content
  • Three industry-case studies and 106 real-world examples
  • Collection of 47 Six Sigma tools for hands-on practice
  • 45 PDUs Offered
  • Accredited by IASSC
  • Mobile-friendly
 

Description

The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course is designed to ensure that you are proficient in the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt concepts. This training provides in-depth knowledge of all aspects within the phases of D-M-A-I-C, six sigma tools and standard principles of Lean Management with real-life applications on various industry-use cases.

The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Program ensures that you learn the Lean principles and Six Sigma methodologies. This course will enable you to measure, analyze, improve as well as control various quality-related issues across the organization. This course validates your efficiency as a quality professional. You will be the go-to-person for controlling manufacturing and process costs, increasing profits, expanding business and satisfy customers, irrespective of the size of the business.

 

Course Objectives

The Six Sigma Green Belt course will help you gain knowledge on the principles and methodologies. By the end of this training you will be able to:

  • Become a key stakeholder in leading, and implementing lean six sigma projects in your organization
  • Describe how to identify an improvement project in the Define phase
  • Explain how to measure process and product in the Measure phase
  • Perform data analysis and hypothesis testing in the Analyze phase
  • Identify the possible improvement actions for the performance of variations in the Improve phase
  • Define efficient operating levels for inputs and outputs in the Control phase
  • Use DFSS Tools such as Quality Function Deployment (QFD), Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), and Risk Priority Number (RPN)
 

Topics Covered

Lesson One: Overview of Lean Six Sigma

Six Sigma

  • The Basics of Six Sigma
  • Process of Six Sigma
  • How Does Six Sigma Work?
  • Six Sigma and Quality
  • Six Sigma Team

Lean Principles

  • The History of Lean
  • Lean and Six Sigma
  • Lean Concepts
  • Types of Waste
  • Theory of Constraints

Design for Six Sigma

  • Design for Six Sigma
  • DFSS Tools¯Quality Function Deployment, FMEA, RPN
  • PFMEA and DFMEA

Lesson Two: Define

Project Identification

  • Building A Business Case and Project Charter
  • Process Elements
  • Financial Evaluation and Benefits Capture
  • Positive Effects of Project On Customers

Voice of the Customer (VoC)

  • Collect Customer Data
  • Questionnaire
  • Telephone Survey Vs. Web Survey
  • Focus Group
  • Interview
  • Customer Complaints
  • Key Elements of Data Collection Tools
  • Critical to Quality
  • Quality Function Deployment
  • Structure of QFD

Project Management Basics

  • Project Charter
  • Deliverables of A Lean Six Sigma Project
  • Pareto Chart
  • Risk
  • Risk Analysis and Management
  • Project Closure
  • Affinity Diagram
  • Interrelationship Diagram
  • Tree Diagram

Management and Planning Tools

  • Matrix Diagram
  • Defect Per Unit
  • Throughput Yield
  • Rolled Throughput Yield

Business Results for Projects

  • Defect Per Million Opportunities
  • Cost of Quality

Lesson Three: Measure

Process Definition

  • Process Mapping
  • XY Diagram

Descriptive and Inferential Statistics

  • Basic Probability Concepts
  • Types of Statistics
  • Central Limit Theorem

Collecting and Summarizing Data

  • Types of Data
  • Simple Random Sampling Vs. Stratified Sampling
  • Measures of Central Tendency
  • Measures of Dispersion
  • Frequency Distribution
  • Graphical Methods Stem and Leaf Plots
  • Graphical Methods Box and Whisker Plots
  • Scatter Diagrams

Measurement System Analysis

  • Measurement System Analysis
  • Precision and Accuracy
  • Bias, Linearity, And Stability
  • Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility
  • Measurement Resolution
  • ANOVA Method of Analyzing GRR Studies
  • Gage RR Template

Process Capability

  • Process Capability Analysis
  • Natural Process Limits Vs. Specification Limits
  • Process Capability Indices
  • Process Capability Studies
  • Process Stability Studies
  • Verifying Process Stability and Normality
  • Monitoring Techniques

Lesson Four: Analyze

Patterns of Variations

  • Classes of Distributions
  • Discrete Probability Distribution
  • Binomial Distribution
  • Poisson Distribution
  • Continuous Probability Distribution
  • Normal Distribution
  • Z-Table Usage
  • Chi-Square Distribution Basics

Hypothesis Testing with Normal Data

  • Statistical and Practical Significance of Hypothesis Test
  • Null Hypothesis vs. Alternate Hypothesis
  • Type I and Type II Error
  • Power of Test
  • Hypothesis Testing Roadmap
  • Comparison of Means of Two Processes
  • Paired Comparison Hypothesis Test for Means (Theoretical)
  • Paired Comparison Hypothesis Test for VarianceF-Test Example
  • F-Test
  • Hypothesis Test-t-Test for Independent Groups
  • 2-Sample t-Test
  • Paired t-Test
  • sample variance
  • ANOVA-Comparison of More Than Two Means
  • Chi-Square Distribution (Detailed)

Hypothesis Testing with Non-Normal Data

  • Mann-Whitney
  • Kruskal-Wallis
  • Mood's Median
  • Friedman
  • 1 Sample Sign Test
  • 1 Sample Wilcoxon

Lesson Five: Improve

Design of Experiments

  • Design of Experiments Example
  • Analysis of the Mean Effect
  • Main Effect
  • Interaction Effect
  • Design of Experiments Runs

Root Cause Analysis

  • Residuals Analysis
  • Data Transformation using Box Cox
  • Process Input and Output Variables
  • Cause and Effect Matrix Template
  • Cause and Effect Diagram
  • The 5 Why Technique
  • The 5 Why Process

Lean Tools

  • Lean Techniques
  • Cycle Time Reduction
  • Kaizen and Kaizen Blitz

Lesson Six: Control

Statistical Process Control

  • Common Cause Variation
  • Special Cause Variation
  • Rational Subgrouping
  • Data Collection for SPC
  • Control Charts
  • Setting the Control Limits
  • Chart Principles
  • Defining UCL and LCL in X and R Chart
  • Defining UCL and LCL in X and s Chart
  • X and R and Subgroup Data
  • X and s and Subgroup Data
  • lmR Chart Principles
  • Control Charts for Attribute Data
  • np Chart Principles
  • np Charts and Uniform Subgroup Size Example
  • np Charts and Uniform Subgroup Size
  • p Chart
  • c Chart

Control Plan

  • Control Plan Uses and Strategies
  • Elements of the Control Plan
  • Elements of the Response Plan
  • Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Control Plan Tools
  • Developing a Control Plan
  • Transactional Control Plan
  • CuSum Chart
  • EWMA Chart

Lean Tools for Process Control

  • Visual Controls
  • Control Methods for 5S
 

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites to do Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification.

 

Quiz Information

72 chapter-end quizzes and 4 simulation exams

 

Exams

You will have to clear Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification exam conducted IASSC. This exam is conducted by IASSC on various centers. Visit http://www.iassc.org/six-sigma-certification/green-belt-certification to get more details.

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