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This course requires one week, full time attendance.

Our course fee includes: training, project and certification.


Six Sigma Green Belt Training ( DMAIC method)
Six Sigma Green Belt courses prepare candidates for Greenbelt Certification on DMAIC principles. Green Belt requires candidates to demonstrate a skill set which includes starting and completing projects and using a data-based approach to solving practical problems.

Who Should Attend Six Sigma Green Belt?
Process engineers and managers, Quality Engineers and managers, Manufacturing/Production engineers and managers, Service Process Improvement personnel, Customer Service Officers, etc. Our Six Sigma course consultants are standing by to speak with you during SA office hours on +27 (0)21 418 4874

Types of Training Available
① 5 Days full time Course
② Online 1 YEAR - see here

Implementation

  • Phases of an implementation

  • Roles

  • Focus Methodology

  • Outputs

  • Elements for successful implementation
     

  • Define Phase

  • Objectives

  • Steps

  • Project Charter

  •     Elements

  • High Level proess definition

  • SIPOC

  •     Project Teams

  • Formation

  • Roles & Responsibilities

  • Dynamics

  • Stakeholders

  • Meetings

  • Conflict Resolution

  •     Quantifying Customer Requirements
     

  • Measure Phase
     

  • Objectives

  • Data Definition

  • Process Definition

  • Metric Definition

  • Clarification of Measurements

  • Purpose of measurement

  • Systematic sequence of Data collection

  • Data Measurement

  • Data Types

  • Need for standard for of Data collection

  • Data Parameters

  • Sampling

  •     Sample size

  • Measurement Systems

  • Causes of inconsistencies

  • Consistency analysis

  • Data collection plan

  •     Process Variation : Cause

  •     Diagrams

  •     Effects of Variation

  • Tools for Process Variation

  •     Tools

  •     Histogram

  •     Box plots

  •     Pie 7 Bar charts

  •     Pareto Charts

  •     Run charts

  •     Control Charts

  • Quality Measures

  •     Need for terms

  •     Definitions

  •     Calculating DPMO

  •     Calculating ppm

  •     Calculating DPU

  •     Calculating Yield

  •     Problem with Yield

  •     Throughput yield

  •     Rolled Throughput yield

  • Analyze Phase

  • Rules

  • Objectives

  •     Variable clarification

  •     Analyzing causes

  • Data and process analysis

  • Value stream analysis:

  • Tools for starting Analyze phase

  • Analyzing & Prioritization of the source of variation

  • Cause & effect diagram

  • Failure Mode & Effect Analysis

  • Process analysis

  • Aim

  • Factors to consider

  • Cross functional mapping

  •     Handover Analysis

  •     Customer Contact

  •     Value Analysis

  •     Time Analysis

  •     Value stream mapping

  •     Velocity

  •     Constraints & Balancing

  • Processes

  • PERT chart to identify critical part

  • PERT analysis for cycle time reduction

  • Data Analysis:

  •     Clarifying cause-related measurements

  • Presentation of Data graphically:

  • Visual clarity

  • Classification of Data:

  • Key characteristics Discrete & Continuous

  • Data Stratification

  • Tools for Presentation of Data

  • Statistical Test

  • Sampling

  • Reason for statistical Testing

  • What are statistical tests?

  • Hypotheses

  • Types of Tests

  • Acceptance & rejection of Tests

  • Summary of Tests

  • Cost-Benefit analysis

  • Improve Phase

  • Broad approach to generating & selecting solutions

  • Use Lean tools in Admin & Service areas

  • Generating solutions:

  •     5S Workplace Optimization

  •     Setup time reduction Poka-Yoke

  • Pull Systems:

  •     Kanban

  • Creativity

  •     Brainstorming

  •     Anti-solution brainstorming

  •     Brain WritingGather, Consolidate, prioritize

  •     Scamper

  •     Selecting Solutions

  •     Overview

  •     Eliminating Poor solutions

  •     Effort-Benefit tradeoff

  •     Prioritizing solutions

  •     Scamper

  •     Comparison

  •     Cost-benefit analysis

  •     Implementing Solutions

  • Control Phase

  • Objectives

  • Documentation

  • Procedure Directives

  • Monitoring

  •     Process Management charts

  •     Statistical Process control

  • Control charts

  • Control chart selection

  • Discrete & Continuous data

  • Samples needed

  • Closure

  • Project duration
    3 months

    Venue:  Sandton Lodge Rivonia - Johannesburg
    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