Lean Six Sigma is a statistical approach and methodology for measuring and reducing variation to eliminate waste and improve performance. Lean Six Sigma not only reduces process defects and waste but also provides a means for achieving a culture for continuous improvement. The approach is particularly relevant for those involved in optimising processes and resources relating to:
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Candidates should already possess a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and have participated in at least ONE Green Belt project in their workplace.
This five-day course will allow candidates to top-up their Green Belt to a Certified Black Belt. The course is accredited by the Institute of Six Sigma Professionals.
The course comprises a series of modules that cover the following topics:
Value Stream Mapping
Pull v Push
Workshops and Facilitation
Measurement Systems Analysis
Statistical Process Control
Design of Experiments
The course also includes ‘Statistics for Black belts’ and an ‘Introduction to Minitab’ as well as an in-class LSS DMAIC project.
Assessment: Learning will be evaluated via a 90-minute open-book examination. Candidates must achieve a minimum of 60% to attain the Black Belt.
Candidates must already hold a Green Belt and have already completed at least one Green Belt project in their workplace.