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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt + Black Belt Training and Certific

Course Introduction:

This course provides employees with the knowledge and methods to carry out Lean Six Sigma improvement activities——“correct and appropriate tools” to the students so that students understand the improvement concept of Lean Six Sigma and define the significance of Lean Six Sigma to business improvement; master DMAIC methodology and various improvement tools in order to promote and implement the day-to-day improvement projects.

Green Belt training is divided into two units, 5 days for each unit, totally 10 days. Lean Six Sigma GB Certificate will be awarded after completion. On the basis of green belt, the black belt training added into the courses of two units totally 10 days, and the Lean Six Sigma BB Certificate will be awarded after completion.

Note: What is Lean Six Sigma? In the mid-1990s, Six Sigma was successfully evolved from a quality management method to a highly effective business process design, transformation and optimization methodology by GE, went on to become the most important strategic initiatives and management philosophy of many multinationals in the world with the pursuit of management excellence. Lean production originated in the 1950s, Japan 's Toyota Motor Corp. It helped Toyota to become one of the world's leading automotive companies. Six Sigma focuses on reducing process fluctuations, while Lean focuses on process efficiencies. Lean Six Sigma combines both of them to produce huge amounts of energy.

Course Features: 

1. Focusing on practice: based on practical experience of IEG consultants for ages, extracting appropriate tools and methods for carrying out Lean Six Sigma management, this course provides practical training for students.

2. Professional lecturers: IEG has many teachers with years of training and experience in counseling who are knowledgeable and experienced.

3. Easy to apply: the course provides many actual cases to carry out individual case study and group practice so as to help students apply what they had learned to work rapidly.

4. Professional certificates: student who had completed the course would be granted with Lean Six Sigma GB Certificate or BB Certificate by IEG Institute for Innovation.

Production Manager, QA Manager, mid-level leadership of the other departments, equipment management personnel, administrative staffs of production and quality department, Project Leader, Continuous improvement work promotion personnel, etc. 

Course Benefits:

1. Cultivate talents for carrying Lean Six Sigma for the enterprises. Utilizing the methods of Lean Six Sigma, through the mastered improvement tools and concepts, help the enterprise to achieve breakthrough in business performance.

2. Enhance personal ability and provide nutrition for career development.

Course Duration: 20 days for Green Belt, 20 days for Black Belt

Teaching Method: theme lectures, case studies, course practice

Course Outline

Week One (Green Belt and Black Belt)

1. What is Lean Six Sigma DMAIC

2. Introduction to Lean Thinking, 8 Wastes, 5S Description

3. Concerned about the Voice of the Customer (VOC)

4. Project Management and TMAP

5. Overview of Definition Phase

6. Process Map Tool

7. Basic Statistics, Chart Tools and Introduction to Basic Functions of Minitab

8. Data Collection and Sampling Plan

9. Overview of Measurement Phase

10. Measure Index

11. Fishbone Chart and 5 Whys

12. C& E Matrix

13. Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)

14. Measurement Systems Analysis (Continuous Data, Discrete Data)

15. Value Stream Map

16. Process Stability and Analysis (Continuous Data, Discrete Data)

17. Normal Test and Data Processing

Week Two (Green Belt and Black Belt)

18. Overview of Analysis Phase

19. Multi-variation Analysis

20. Introduction to Hypothesis Testing

21. T- test (One-sample, Two-sample, Paired)

22. Proportion Testing

23. One-way Analysis of Variance

24. Residual Test

25. Correlation and Simple Linear Regression

26. Overview of Lean Theory

27. Introduction to Experiment Design

28. Full Factorial and 2k Factorial Experimental Design

29. Center, Block, Imitating, Randomization, etc.

30. Control Plan

31. Poka-Yoke

32. Projects Close

Week Three (Only for Black Belt)

33. GB Course Review

34. Project Selection and Project Management

35. Project Financial Income Accounting

36. Knowledge of Applied Statistics

37. Multiple Linear Regression

38. Logistic Regression

39. Advanced Variance Analysis

40. χ2 Test

41. Non-parametric Test

42. Test Power and Sample Size

43. Experimental Design—Full Factorial Design

44. JIT Introduction

45. Standardized Operation

Week Four (Only for Black Belt)

46. Fractional Factorial Design

47. Response Surface Design

48. Method of Steepest Ascent

49. Taguchi Design Introduction

50. Slingshot Simulation Exercises

51. Process Simulation

52. Total Productive Maintenance

53. Single Minute Exchange of Die

54. Introduction to TRIZ