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LSS Training and Certification


Black Belt Curriculum

  Projects with a higher degree of difficulty will be led by Lean Six Sigma Black Belts. It is their responsibility to:
     -Create or update the project charter
     -Discuss the project charter with the champion
     -Developed a detailed project plan 
     -Select team members
     -Schedule and lead team meetings 
     -Liaise with the champion, master black belt, and process owner
     -Sustain team motivation and stability 
     -Facilitate the team through all phases of the project 
     -Calculate project savings 
     -Monitor critical success factors 
     -Analyse data in conjunction with the master black belt
     -Prepare and create executive-level presentations
     -Train team members in Lean Six Sigma methodology


      Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Training Curriculum 

Define Phase
-Understanding Six Sigma
-Six Sigma Fundamentals
-Selecting Projects
-Elements of Waste   

Measure Phase
-Welcome to Measure
-Process Discovery
-Six Sigma Statistics
-Measurement System Analysis
-Process Capability     

Analyze Phase
-Welcome to Analyze
-“X” Sifting
-Inferential Statistics
-Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
-Hypothesis Testing Normal Data Part One and Part Two
-Hypothesis Testing Non-Normal Data Part One and Part Two

Improve Phase

-Welcome to Improve
-Process Modeling Regression
-Advanced Process Modeling
-Designing Experiments
-Experimental Methods
-Full Factorial Experiments
-Fractional Factorial Experiments

Control Phase

-Welcome to Control
-Advanced Experiments
-Capability Analysis
-Lean Controls
-Defect Controls
-Statistical Process Control (SPC)
-Six Sigma Control Plans


  The Lean Six Sigma Online Black Belt course will cover the following topics:
    -Overview of Six Sigma - Six Sigma Philosophy
    -Project Management
    -Process Mapping
    -Overview of Distributions
    -Probability and Statistical Processes
    -Basic Data Acquisition Techniques
    -Variable Data
    -Attribute Data
    -Basic Analysis Tools
    -Statistical Thinking
    -Measurement System Assessment
    -Cause and Effect Analysis and QFD
    -Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
    -Estimation and Confidence Intervals
    -Hypothesis Testing
    -Correlation and Simple Linear Regression
    -Multiple and Polynomial Regression
    -Analysis of Variance
    -Introduction to Design of Experiments
    -Full Factorial Designs
    -Fractional Factorial Design
    -Response Surface Methodology
    -Statistical Process Control and Control Charts
    -Reliability Testing/Assessment
    -Control Plans and Poka-yoke
    -Lean and its Integration with Six Sigma
    -Principles of Lean
    -Theory of Constraints

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