Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Week 2 (2102)
Get the skills necessary to successfully complete Six Sigma Green Belt levelprojects. Green Belts may dedicate up to 50% of their time to projects. In manyorganizations, Green Belts support the efforts of Black Belts or manage smallerprojects ($50,000+) directly. Learn the basics of the DMAIC roadmap and receivean introduction to statistics and Minitab statistical software. Learn to map outprocesses and identify sources of variation, and gain a basic understanding ofstatistics analysis. Learn how to perform experiments and analyze data todetermine the most effective way to improve the process, and learn to stabilizea process.
Six Sigma Green Belts typically have some portion of their responsibilitiestied to process improvement. Through this training, you'll gain the fundamentalknowledge of Six Sigma tools and concepts that can lead to breakthrough projectimprovements.
Following the Six Sigma business methodology, you'll use problem solving anddata analysis tools in a structured format. Learn ways to bring aboutincremental improvements and maintain a process within customer specificationsthat are in line with business goals.
Through lecture and classroom exercises, you'll work through example problemsand complete assignments individually and in a group. After the two-weektraining period, you will submit a completed project for review by a MasterBlack Belt for certification. Submission of a completed project is required forcertification. If you do not want to complete a project, you may take an examonline to earn CEU and PDU credits with instructor approval.
This course contains numerous extras including:
- Free Minitab trial software (if enrolled in the class 30 days prior to start)
- Free Self-Paced e-Learning Green Belt bundle, which includes the following titles:
1. Six Sigma Foundations
- Six Sigma Introduction
- Final Exam: Six Sigma Foundations
2. Six Sigma Team Implementation
- Six Sigma: Reducing Variation to Improve Quality
- Six Sigma: Listening to the Voice of the Customer
- Six Sigma DMAIC: Defining the Problem
- Six Sigma DMAIC: Measuring the Process
- Six Sigma DMAIC: Analyzing the Process
- Six Sigma DMAIC: Improving the Process
- Six Sigma DMAIC: Controlling the Improved Process
- Six Sigma DMAIC: Analyzing the Data
- Six Sigma Team Implementation
- Final Exam: Six Sigma Team Implementation
NOTE: You must have completed JumpStart or Green Belt Week 1 to attendGreen Belt Week 2.
You must attend all training and participate in all training exercises. Ifyou miss more than one day of training, make upwork must be completed before atraining certificate or PDUs will be issued. Project should be submitted to SixSigma.us with in 6 months of the last day of training for certification.Projects should illustrate an understanding of the tools and concepts of theapplicable training level (Green or Black Belt).
- Six Sigma roles within an organization
- Use statistical tests to improve processes
- Use Minitab to run statistical tests
- Define a Six Sigma project
- Create charts, process maps, and control plans needed to complete a Six Sigma project
Who Can Benefit
Members of an organization that will lead process improvement initiatives.
- Basic understanding of Microsoft Office Software, such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
- Previous exposure to process improvement or Six Sigma philosophies is encouraged, but not required.
- You must have completed Jumpstart or Green Belt Week 1 to attend Green Belt Week 2.
1. Hypothesis Testing
2. Correlation and Regression Analysis
3. T-Tests and Comparison of Means
4. One-Way ANOVA
5. Chi-square Test: Proportion Comparisons
6. Introduction to Experimentation
7. Mistake Proofing
8. Process Control Planning
9. Project Documentation
10. Week 2 Review and Wrap Up
11. Project Submission
- Hypothesis Testing Exercise
- Coin Flip Exercise
- Instructor Led Quiz
- Exercise Problem
- Several Mistake-Proofing Exercises
- Control Plan Exercise