Six Sigma Green Belt Certifications online - 6sigmastudy Certified

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- 90 days access of 6sigmastudy online training course
- Podcasts
- Study Guides
- PMI PDUs: 25 PDUs
- Prerequisites: Preferably Six Sigma Yellow Belt (Not Mandatory)

The cost is US$1195.

To purchase on invoice please Email: enquiries@pdtraining.com.my

Certification exams are purchased separately directly from PearsonVUE PeopleCert, the Green Belt exam is US$395

The PD Training Six Sigma Green Belt eLearning course is structured to teach the problem-solving methodology so trainees gain an in-depth understanding of the Lean Six Sigma process and how to apply the methodology to projects as opposed to how to use a specific set of tools.

The materials cover theory and are supplemented with step-by-step examples, using Minitab or SigmaXL.

Trainees build a thorough understanding of when and why they should perform an action (2 sample t-test for example) how to perform that action and how to properly interpret the result of the output in both a "statistical" and "practical" sense. 

Alignment to Lean Six Sigma Industry Standards

PD Training is recognized by the 6sigmastudy as an Accredited Provider. This means that the PD Training eLearning Belt courses are highly aligned by 6sigmastudy - the global certification body for six sigma certifications

In addition, an independent study conducted in coordination with Bearing Point Consulting determined that the PD Training curriculum matched the DMAIC  ASQ Body of Knowledge to a degree greater than 90%.

What's covered in this Lean Six Sigma eLearning course?

Course Content for Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
 

Introduction to Lean Six Sigma
 

  • History of Quality (Deming, Juran, JIT, Ishikawa, Taguchi, etc.)
  • Evolution of Six Sigma
  • Defining Six Sigma – philosophy and objectives
  • Overview of Six Sigma DMAIC process


Stakeholders & Setting up a Lean Six Sigma Project
 

  • Identifying and documenting stakeholder requirements
    • Identifying stakeholders and customers
    • Data collection and analysis
    • Determining critical requirements
       
  • Project Selection Criteria
    •  Identifying performance metrics
    •  Using financial criteria to evaluate project benefits
    •  Maximising project benefits for the organization
       
  • Project Planning
    •  Creating Project Charter
    •  Charter Negotiation
       
  • Managing Team Dynamics
    •  Initiating teams
    •  Stages of team evolution
    •  Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
    •  Motivation Techniques
    •  Conflict Resolution Techniques
    •  Management / Leadership styles
    •  Roles played by people in a project
       
  • Important project management & planning tools


Lean Six Sigma Methodology – Define
 

  • Inputs – Need for Six Sigma project, Executive management sponsorship, core team Identified
  • Tools
    • Organization hierarchy
    • High level process maps
    • High level Pareto charts
    • Idea generation and categorization tools
       
  • Outputs
    • Project charter
    • Established metrics
    • Problem statement
    • Roles & responsibilities


Lean Six Sigma Methodology – Measure
 

  • Objectives of Measure Phase
  • Inputs – the outputs of the Define phase
  • Tools
    • Data collection tools and techniques
    • Measurement scales
    • Validation techniques (Gauge R & R)
    • Statistical distributions
    • Data mining
    • Run charts
    • Process map
    • Stakeholder tools
    • Process costs
       
  • Outputs
    • Well defined processes
    • Baseline process capability
    • Process parameters affecting CTQs
    • Cost of poor quality (COPQ)
    • Measurement system


Lean Six Sigma Methodology – Analyse
 

  • Objectives of Analyse Phase
  • Inputs – outputs of the Measure phase
  • Tools
    • Ishikawa diagram
    • Failure mode and effects analysis
    • Hypothesis testing
    • Process capability study
       
  • Outputs
    • Important causes of defects
    • Special and common causes of variation
    • DPMO and sigma level


Lean Six Sigma Methodology – Improve
 

  • Objectives of Improve Phase
  • Inputs – outputs of the Analyse phase
  • Tools
    • Returns on investment
    • Solution design matrix
    • Design of experiment
    • Taguchi robustness concepts
    • Response surface methodology
    • Project planning and management tools
    • Prototypes
       
  • Outputs
    • Cost / benefit for different solution
    • Selection of solutions for implementation
    • Implementation plan


Lean Six Sigma Methodology – Control
 

  • Objectives of Control Phase
  • Inputs – outputs of the Improve phase
  • Tools
    • Control plan
    • Statistical process control
    • Lean enterprise
    • 5S
    • Kaizen
    • Kanban
    • Total productive maintenance
    • Measurement system reanalysis
       
  • Outputs
    • Implemented solutions
    • Revised measurement system
    • Control plan for sustaining benefits
    • Improves process capability
    • Lessons learned


More on Lean
 

  • Lean is speed
  • Value stream map
  • Total supply chain
  • Lean six sigma logistics
  • Standard operations
  • Operator work instructions
  • Cycle time reduction and talk time

Case Study
 

  • Case Study Part 1
  • Case Study Part 2
  • Case Study Part 3

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