DMAIC Black Belt Six Sigma Courses

International DMAIC Black Belt Certification

This DMAIC course requires 2 non-consecutive weeks, full time.

 

Our course fee includes: training, project and certification

Six Sigma DMAIC Black Belt
DMAIC Six Sigma Black Belt courses are scheduled at our training centre in Johannesburg. We can supply closed or bespoke courses to any company that needs DMAIC Six Sigma Black Belt courses in Cape Town or at your premises anywhere in South Africa or on the wider continent of Africa. Get certified with our DMAIC Six Sigma Black Belt Certification programs which are recognised world-wide.

Our Six Sigma consultants are available during SA office hours on +27 (0)21 418 4874.

 

Email for DMAIC Six Sigma instructor led classes: click here

 

DMAIC Six Sigma Black Belt Course Contents

The DMAIC Six Sigma Black Belt course provides you with knowledge of the philosophies and principles of Six Sigma. It is a tool that helps you to exhibit teams (leadership, dynamics, responsibilities and roles). The Black Belt provides you with complete understanding of the DMAIC model in according with the Six Sigma principles.

Who Should Attend?

Process Engineers and Managers

Quality Engineers and Managers

Manufacturing/Production Engineers and Managers etc.
 

Course Outline

Introduction

Course Logistics (program layout, expectations, etc.)
Six Sigma Introductory Overview
Project Selection Process and Financial Metrics
Project Reporting Expectations
PDCA (Plan Do Check Adjus

 

Project Definition
Project Charters
Estimating Financial Metrics
Definition of process outputs (characteristics, defects, defectives)
Process Mapping
Strategic Alignment with Project Selection
Project Selection Facilitation

 

Measurement System Analysis
Variable Gage R&R
Attribute Agreement Analysis
Variables Data Capability Analysis
Attribute Agreement Analysis

 

Basic Statistics
Fundamental Statistical Measures
Control Charts
Common and Special Cause Improvement Strategies
Introduction to Minitab
Quality Tools
Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
1 proportion Tests and 2 proportion Tests
Chi Square Testing
T Tests
ANOVA
Correlation Analysis
Single Regression
Normality and Distributions

Anderson-Darling Test for Normality

 

Design of Experiments (DOE)
Introduction to Design of Experiments
Non Parametric tests and analysis
General Full Factorial Designs
Two-Level Factorial Designs Three-Level Factorial Designs
Post-hoc Analysis
Fractional Factorials

 

Improve and Control
Solution Selection and Prioritization
Pilot Studies (assessing countermeasures)
Final Capability Analysis
Process Controls
Wrap-U

 

Industry Specific
Lean Design
Lean Office overview
Lean Finance Overview
Lean Supply Chain overview
Lean hospitals

Certification Requirements
Construct a Value Stream
Apply all lean process steps for minimum two operational steps
Create Continuous Flow between two operations
Application of all lean components during problem solving

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IASSC Accredited training provider: The International Association for Six Sigma Certification (IASSC) is a Professional Association dedicated to growing and enhancing the standards within the Lean Six Sigma Community.

http://www.iassc.org/

MICT SETA Accreditation: 2007/01/215
Unit Standard: 243816 | Developing a project quality management plan for a simple to moderately complex project | Level 5