Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Courses in South Africa

Lean Black Belt in Six Sigma
We present our highly popular instructor led Lean Six Sigma Black Belt courses in Johannesburg, South Africa. Training is for five days (full time) for Green Belt which provides the essential pre-requisite in most cases for Black belt certification. Black Belt courses are conducted over two tranches of five full days each.

Six Sigma Lean Black Belt practitioners play a critical role in a business's Lean Six Sigma implementation strategy. They lead the efforts to breakthrough improvement. This program combines Six Sigma's DMAIC methodology and quality tools with the power of Lean manufacturing. Learn how to apply the right tools at the right time to maximize efficiency in defining, measuring, analyzing, improving, and controlling critical processes to improve business performance.


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Who Should Attend Six Sigma Black 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 advisors are able to answer any questions you may have, and can supply additional information about our training programs. They are contactable on Cape Town number +27 (0)21 418 4874.


Who should attend a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt course?
Team Leaders / Potential Team Leaders of Lean Six Sigma Efforts, Manufacturing / Industrial Engineers.


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Course Objectives Are

Learn how to lead teams using the DMAIC problem solving methodology.

Equip associates with lean and six sigma tools used to define, measure, analyze, improve, and control critical processes to achieve cost savings objectives.

Our Six Sigma trainers are all certified and have plenty of training experience. Contact us to discover more.

Foot Note: Classroom based Lean Six Sigma courses require at least seven people in order to run.

Course Duration: 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)

Project durations: Maximum of 6 Months

Total Cost: R35 995 per person

Venue: Johannesburg

Pre-Reading: Pre-reading, Project and Portfolio of evidences to complete. Consultation with each delegate for 3-6 hours after the course (via phone or email)

Pre-Requisite: Green Belt training and a Strong Statistical Background   A note about Minitab and Companion - Read 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 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).


Course Outline

Week 1

Week 2

Green Belt Review and Exercises
Central Limit Theory
Project Presentations
Advanced MSA
Advanced Capability
Project Presentations
Multiple Regression
Nested Anova
DOE Planning
Project Presentations
Randomized Block Design
Full Factorials
Project Planning & Deliverables
Project Review & Support
  Week 1 Review
Factorial Designs
Fractional Factorial Designs
General Factorial Designs
Sample Size
Project Reviews
Optimization Designs
Multiple Responses
Change Management
Control Methods
Final Reviews

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.


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