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Lean Six Sigma White Belt Training Course - Face to Face

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Course overview

The purpose of this 1-day introductory (White Belt) course is to –

  1. provide a succinct explanation of the principles and practices of Six Sigma

  2. demonstrate, using practical examples and basic statistical analysis, how the DMAIC process can identify problems and provide solutions

During this course, it will be explained how adopting six sigma boosts not only the organization’s growth but it gives the advancement to an individual’s career. Organizations today are looking for the six sigma certified professionals for improving their quality of service.

Professionals trained in Six Sigma guidelines acquire certain skills and knowledge of tools helpful in identifying the improvement areas. Improvisation and learning are a continuous process, and it never stops rather it helps in improving the existing process and to lay down a strong foundation for the new developing process. Thus, gives an opportunity to the employees to explore their potential and growth along with the organization’s growth.

Course details

The 1-day syllabus includes the following topics –

Introduction & course objectives

  • To provide a succinct explanation of the principles and practices of Six Sigma

  • To demonstrate, using practical examples and basic statistical analysis

Understanding the basics of Six Sigma

  • Six Sigma methodology

  • Six Sigma statistical/quality tools

  • Class questions

  • The five main principles of Six Sigma

  • Customer satisfaction/retention and increased profits

  • History of Six Sigma

Benefits of Six Sigma to your organisation – projects!

  • Six Sigma – project orientated

  • Six Sigma – project ‘success’ measures

  • Deliverables of a Six Sigma Project

  • Nature of a Six Sigma project

  • Examples: Six Sigma project targets and impacts

  • Class exercise

  • Problem and Goal statements

  • Examples: Problem statements ~ Goal statements

  • Class exercise

Problem definition

  • Defining the VOC (voice of the customer)

  • Class exercise

  • Identifying the CT‘X’ (Critical To Something) metrics

  • Stratification – example (Pizza delivery)

  • Stratification – Q, C, D & R examples

  • Class exercise

  • Guidelines for ‘winning’ projects

  • Six Sigma – Building the business case

  • Examples: Business cases

  • Class exercise

  • Six Sigma – Project Charter

  • Documenting a Project Charter

  • Project charter Do’s and Don'ts

  • Class exercise

The Six Sigma D-M-A-I-C phases

  • The five phases of Six Sigma

  • Sequence/deliverables of DMAIC phases

  • Define, Measure and Analyse phases

  • Improve and Control phases

Basic statistical analysis

  • Importance of data – and definitions usage

  • Different types of measurement and data

  • Data collection (data sheets) & Basic statistics

  • Example: Machining shaft diameters

  • Run Chart – Histogram

  • Why ‘bell-shaped’? – Normal Distribution

  • Exercise: Descriptive Statistics

  • Exercise: Analysis of the data

Summary / Q&A Session

  • What are your reactions to the data analysis?

  • Steps to attain statistical control and process capability

  • Progress with the Six Sigma phases

  • Roll-up – questions & answers

Who should attend

Participants are typically Top management, Team Leaders, Continuous Improvement Champions and Quality Professionals.

Deliverables & benefits

On successful completion of the course participants will be presented with a Training Certificate containing the TEC Transnational logo.


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