International Black Belt DMAIC Certification
Six Sigma Black Belt Training (DMAIC )
Six Sigma South Africa is the leading Six Sigma Training provider for many of the largest companies in South Africa, as well as the neighboring African countries. Choosing the correct training provider is crucial in a successful Six Sigma/Lean process.
Types of Training Available
① 2 non-sequential weeks (Monday - Friday)
② Online 1 YEAR - see here
At 2KO International we work closely together with companies to assist them according to their specific training needs.
Results that your company can expect
Focus on Customers - decreasing customer complaints
Increase in customer loyalty and relations
Breakdown barriers between departments and functions
Reductions of incidents - better safety performance
Reduce turnaround time
Increased bottom line
Effective supply chain management
Data analysis before decision making
Employee satisfaction - team building
Assure Strategic Planning
Benefits of the supply chain
Huge cost benefit
improving staff skills - better decision making
Why choose us as your Training Provider?
2KO International has prompt response time in addressing the need of your company
2KO International provide 2 sets of certification, after successfully completing of the training and the project.
Worldwide, the practice is that Six Sigma/Lean certification is awarded by an institution that employs a certified and qualified six sigma/Lean black belt trainer (which is what we do). There is no central certifying body like there is for say Microsoft. For this reason six sigma/lean certification is recognized worldwide provided it came from a certified organization.
2KO International provide a flexible training schedule to suite delegates
2KO International offers training in JHB, CPT as well as onsite
Some of the companies we've trained:
GE Oil and Gas
Spear System Packing Africa
Mondipak Namibia (PTY) Ltd
And Many More
The main objectives for the Lean Black Belt are:
In-depth training to delegates on Lean Tools.
To introduce delegates to the concept of the Six Sigma (DMAIC)
In-depth training of process improvement techniques
To provide a forum for reviewing the implementation of Lean tools & techniques within their organization.
10 non-consecutive days (full time). On each Friday, you write an exam that you need to pass before you can complete the project., 80 hours training, 4 hours for exam, 60 hours for their project work and home study (10 hours per month for 6 months)
Maximum of 6 Months
R35 995 per person
Pre-reading, Project and Portfolio of evidences to complete. Consultation with each delegate for 3-6 hours after the course (via phone or email)
Green Belt training and a Strong Statistical Background
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. IASSC Accreditation does not constitute its' approval or recognition of our own lean six sigma certification program. The only method to earn an IASSC certification is to successfully sit for and pass an official IASSC certification exam. We only upon request administer or provide access to IASSC Certification exams at an additional cost (available on request - subject to fluctuation and currency).
Belt Principles and Overview
7 Wastes (MUDA)
Kaizen Pre-Event Planning
Cell Design & Factory Layout
5S & SMED
Introduction to Six Sigma (DMAIC methodology)
Introduction to Change Management
Problem Solving Process & Tools
Cause & Effect Diagrams
Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA)
Pareto Analysis (80/20rule
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
Education and Training
Standard Work Sequence
Material Replenishment Systems
Value Stream Mapping
Current State Mapping
Future State Mapping
Process Mapping Tools
Process Flow Charts
Process Sequence Charts
Brown Paper Exercise
Measurable Customer Requirements
Download Course Outline here
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 Six Sigma Community.
MICT SETA Accreditation: 2007/01/215
Unit Standard: 243816 | Developing a project quality management plan for a simple to moderately complex project | Level 5