Six Sigma Green and Black Belt Bundle

£1,799.00

Six Sigma, used at many companies simply means the measure of quality aiming for near perfection. Six Sigma is a strict, data-driven approach and method for stopping any defects altogether in any process – from manufacturing to retail and product to service.

The representation of Six Sigma describes how a process is performing in statistics. To meet the Six Sigma standard, a process cannot produce anymore than 3.4 defects in a million opportunities. A Six Sigma defect means anything outside of what the customer will expect or specify.

Six Sigma, used at many companies simply means the measure of quality aiming for near perfection. Six Sigma is a strict, data-driven approach and method for stopping any defects altogether in any process – from manufacturing to retail and product to service.

The representation of Six Sigma describes how a process is performing in statistics. To meet the Six Sigma standard, a process cannot produce anymore than 3.4 defects in a million opportunities. A Six Sigma defect means anything outside of what the customer will expect or specify.

According to the Six Sigma Academy, Black Belts can save companies on average £230,000 per project and are able to complete four to six projects per year. (The average Black Belt salary is £65,000 in the United Kingdom, making it a fantastic return on investment.) General Electric, one of the most successful companies implementing Six Sigma, has made an extra £10 billion from the first five years of implementing the strategy.

Six Sigma Green Belt

In this role you would normally be a part of a Six Sigma Management Team working together to improve a company. This is a combination of introductory (Yellow Belt) and Intermediate (Green Belt) levels for Six Sigma, as there is no prior knowledge required.

You will Learn the terminology used and understand Six Sigma up to a Management level. You will be able to demonstrate how Six Sigma can help various companies as well as understanding and identifying common implementation issues. You will be able to understand the customer importance in all business sectors as well as learning how to analyse data correctly to make good decisions.

Six Sigma Black Belt

Part of your role as a Six Sigma Black Belt would normally include becoming a Project Leader/Consultant or a Sigma Six Trainer. Our course will cover the Basics (Yellow Belt), Intermediate (Green Belt) and Advanced (Black Belt) levels for Six Sigma, as mentioned before, no prior knowledge is required.

You will learn; How to improve a business, demonstrate the help various businesses can get from Six Sigma, understand and identify the more common implementation issues, understand customer significance and importance in all business sectors, how to analyse data correctly to make the right decisions, how to train others in Six Sigma, impact on permanent problem resolutions, a full understanding of Six Sigma principles, tools and techniques and show how a business can be structured using DMAIC.

What’s Included?

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Wiki_tick  Fast effective training, written and designed by industry experts
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Wiki_tick  Easier to retain knowledge and revise topics than traditional methods
Wiki_tick  Exam preparation quizzes, tests and mock exams to ensure that you are 100% ready

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Modules

Six Sigma Green Belt

Module 1: Six Sigma And The Organization

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Six Sigma And The Organization Goals – Part 1

1.3 Six Sigma And The Organization Goals – Part 2

1.4 Lean Principles In The Organization

1.5 Design For Six Sigma

Module 2: Define Phase ­Project Identification

2.1 Define Phase – Project Identification – Part 1

2.2 Define Phase – Project Identification – Part 2

2.3 Define Phase – Project Identification – Part 3

Module 3: Define Phase ­Voice Of The Customer

3.1 Define Phase – Voice Of The Customer – Part 1

3.2 Define Phase – Voice Of The Customer – Part 2

Module 4: Define Phase­ Project Management Basics on Six Sigma Green Belt

4.1 Define Phase – Project Management Basics – Part 1

4.2 Define Phase – Project Management Basics – Part 2

Module 5: Define Phase ­Management And Planning Tools

5.1 Define Phase – Management And Planning Tools – Part 1

5.2 Define Phase – Management And Planning Tools – Part 2

Module 6: Define Phase ­Business Results For Projects

6.1 Define Phase – Business Results For Projects – Part 1

6.2 Define Phase – Business Results For Projects – Part 2

Module 7: Define Phase ­Team Dynamics And Define Phase Summary Review Questions

7.1 Define Phase – Team Dynamics And Review Questions

7.2 Define Phase – Summary And Review Questions

Module 8: Measure Phase ­Process Analysis And Documentation

8.1 Measure Phase – Process Analysis And Documentation

Module 9: Measure Phase ­Probability And Statistics

9.1 Measure Phase – Probability And Statistics

Module 10: Measure Phase ­Statistical Distributions

10.1 Measure Phase – Statistical Distributions

Module 11: Measure Phase ­Collecting And Summarizing Data

11.1 Measure Phase – Collecting And Summarizing Data – Part 1

11.2 Measure Phase – Collecting And Summarizing Data – Part 2

Module 12: Measure Phase ­Measurements System Analysis (MSA)

12.1 Measure Phase – Measurements System Analysis (MSA)

Module 13: Measure Phase ­Process And Performance Capability And Measure Phase Summary And Review

13.1 Measure Phase – Process And Performance Capability And Measure Phase Summary And Review

Module 14: Analyze Phase ­Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing

14.1 Analyze Phase – Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing – Part 1

14.2 Analyze Phase – Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing – Part 2

14.3 Analyze Phase – Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing – Part 3

Module 15: Analyze Phase Process Drivers

15.1 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 1

15.2 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 2

15.3 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 3

15.4 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 4

15.5 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 5

Module 16: Improve Phase ­Design Of Experiment (DOE)

16.1 Improve Phase – Design Of Experiment (DOE) – Part 1

16.2 Improve Phase – Design Of Experiment (DOE) – Part 2

Module 17: Improve Phase ­Root Cause Analysis

17.1 Improve Phase – Root Cause Analysis – Part 1

17.2 Improve Phase – Root Cause Analysis – Part 2

17.3 Improve Phase – Root Cause Analysis – Demo

Module 18: Improve Phase ­Lean Tools

18.1 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 1

18.2 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 2

18.3 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 3

18.4 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 4

Module 19: Control Phase­ Statistical Process Control

19.1 Control Phase – Statistical Process Control

Module 20: Control Phase ­Lean Tools For Process Control

20.1 Control Phase – Lean Tools For Process Control – Part 1

20.2 Control Phase – Lean Tools For Process Control – Part 2

20.3 Control Phase – Lean Tools For Process Control – Part 3

Module 21: Review Exam ­Prep And Key Concepts

21.1 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 1

21.2 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 2

21.3 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 3

21.4 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 4

21.5 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 5

21.6 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 6

21.7 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 7

21.8 Exam Review – Flash Cards

21.9 Conclusion

Six Sigma Black Belt

Module 1: Organization­ – Wide Planning and Deployment

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Wide Planning And Deployment – Part 1

1.3 Wide Planning And Deployment – Part 2

1.4 Wide Planning And Deployment – Part 3

Module 2: Leadership

2.1 Leadership – Part 1

2.2 Leadership – Part 2

Module 3: Organizational Process Measures and Management

3.1 Organizational Process Measures And Management – Part 2

3.2 Organizational Process Measures And Management – Part 1

Module 4: Team Management

4.1 Team Management – Part 1

4.2 Team Management – Part 2

4.3 Team Management – Part 3

4.4 Team Management – Part 4

Module 5: Define Phase­ – Overview of the Define Phase and the Voice of the Customer

5.1 Overview Of The Define Phase And The Voice Of The Customer – Part 1

5.2 Overview Of The Define Phase And The Voice Of The Customer – Part 2

5.3 Overview Of The Define Phase And The Voice Of The Customer – Part 3

Module 6: Define Phase – Business Case and Project Charter

6.1 Business Case And Project Charter – Part 1

6.2 Business Case And Project Charter – Part 2

Module 7: Define Phase­ – Analytical Tools

7.1 Analytical Tools

Module 8: Measure Phase­ – Process Analysis and Documentation

8.1 Process Analysis And Documentation – Part 1

8.2 Process Analysis And Documentation – Part 2

8.3 Process Analysis And Documentation – Part 3

Module 9: Measure Phase­ – Data Collection

9.1 Data Collection

Module 10: Measure Phase – ­Measurement Systems

10.1 Measurement Systems – Part 1

10.2 Measurement Systems – Part 2

Module 11: Measure Phase­ – Basic Statistics

11.1 Basic Statistics – Part 1

11.2 Basic Statistics – Part 2

Module 12: Measure Phase­ – Probability

12.1 Probability

Module 13: Measure Phase­ – Process Capability

13.1 Process Capability

Module 14: Analyze Phase – Measuring and Modeling Relationships

14.1 Measuring And Modeling Relationships

Module 15: Analyze Phase­ – Hypothesis Testing

15.1 Hypothesis Testing

Module 16: Analyze Phase­ – FEMA and Additional Analysis Methods

16.1 FEMA And Additional Analysis Methods – Part 1

16.2 FEMA And Additional Analysis Methods – Part 2

16.3 FEMA And Additional Analysis Methods – Part 3

16.4 FEMA And Additional Analysis Methods – Part 4

Module 17: Improve Phase­ – Design of Experiments (DOE)

17.1 Design Of Experiments – Part 1

17.2 Design Of Experiments – Part 2

Module 18: Improve Phase­ – Lean Method

18.1 Lean Method – Part 1

18.2 Lean Method – Part 2

18.3 Lean Method – Part 3

Module 19: Improve Phase -­ Implementation

19.1 Implementation

Module 20: Control Phase­ – Statistical Process Control (SPC)

20.1 Statistical Process Control

Module 21: Control Phase­ – Other Controls

21.1 Other Controls

Module 22: Control Phase­ – Maintain Controls and Sustain Improvements

22.1 Maintain Controls And Sustain Improvements

Module 23: DFSS

23.1 DFSS

Module 24: Exam Review­ – Prep and Key Concepts

24.1 Prep And Key Concepts – Part 1

24.2 Prep And Key Concepts – Part 2

24.3 Prep And Key Concepts – Part 3

24.4 Prep And Key Concepts – Part 4

24.5 Prep And Key Concepts – Part 5

24.6 Conclusion

System Requirements

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

Microsoft Windows XP, or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS:

OSX/iOS 6 or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems:

Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities (We recommend Google Chrome)