Green Belt DMAIC Six Sigma Course

Green Belt Six Sigma DMAIC Courses in South Africa


Six Sigma Green Belt Training (DMAIC method)

Six Sigma Green Belt courses prepare candidates for Greenbelt Certification on DMAIC principles. Green Belt requires candidates to demonstrate a skill set which includes starting and completing projects and using a data-based approach to solving practical problems.

 

Who Should Attend Six Sigma Green Belt?
Process engineers and managers, Quality Engineers and managers, Manufacturing/Production engineers and managers, Service Process Improvement personnel, Customer Service Officers, etc. We would be pleased to supply additional information about our public Six Sigma and Lean classes or about our bespoke in-house courses that can be arranged anywhere in Africa. Our Six Sigma advisors will gladly assist you - they can be contacted on Cape Town number +27(0)21 418 4874.

 

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Types of Training Available
① 5 Days full time Course
② Online 1 YEAR

Implementation

Phases of an implementation

Roles

Focus Methodology

Outputs

Elements for successful implementation

 

Define Phase

Objectives

Steps

Project Charter

Elements

High Level proess definition

SIPOC

Project Teams

Formation

Roles & Responsibilities

Dynamics

Stakeholders

Meetings

Conflict Resolution

Quantifying Customer Requirements

 

Measure Phase

Objectives

Data Definition

Process Definition

Metric Definition

Clarification of Measurements

Purpose of measurement

Systematic sequence of Data collection

Data Measurement

Data Types

Need for standard for of Data collection

Data Parameters

Sampling

Sample size

Measurement Systems

Causes of inconsistencies

Consistency analysis

Data collection plan

Process Variation : Cause

Diagrams

Effects of Variation

Tools for Process Variation

Tools

Histogram

Box plots

Pie 7 Bar charts

Pareto Charts

Run charts

Control Charts

Quality Measures

Need for terms

Definitions

Calculating DPMO

Calculating ppm

Calculating DPU

Calculating Yield

Problem with Yield

Throughput yield

Rolled Throughput yield

 

Analyze Phase

Rules

Objectives

Variable clarification

Analyzing causes

Data and process analysis

Value stream analysis:

Tools for starting Analyze phase

Analyzing & Prioritization of the source of variation

Cause & effect diagram

Failure Mode & Effect Analysis

Process analysis

Aim

Factors to consider

Cross functional mapping

Handover Analysis

Customer Contact

Value Analysis

Time Analysis

Value stream mapping

Velocity

Constraints & Balancing

Processes

PERT chart to identify critical part

PERT analysis for cycle time reduction

Data Analysis:

Clarifying cause-related measurements

Presentation of Data graphically:

Visual clarity

Classification of Data:

Key characteristics Discrete & Continuous

Data Stratification

Tools for Presentation of Data

Statistical Test

Sampling

Reason for statistical Testing

What are statistical tests?

Hypotheses

Types of Tests

Acceptance & rejection of Tests

Summary of Tests

Cost-Benefit analysis

 

Improve Phase

Broad approach to generating & selecting solutions

Use Lean tools in Admin & Service areas

Generating solutions:

5S Workplace Optimization

Setup time reduction Poka-Yoke

Pull Systems:

Kanban

Creativity

Brainstorming

Anti-solution brainstorming

Brain WritingGather, Consolidate, prioritize

Scamper

Selecting Solutions

Overview

Eliminating Poor solutions

Effort-Benefit tradeoff

Prioritizing solutions

Scamper

Comparison

Cost-benefit analysis

Implementing Solutions

 

Control Phase

Objectives

Documentation

Procedure Directives

Monitoring

Process Management charts

Statistical Process control

Control charts

Control chart selection

Discrete & Continuous data

Samples needed

Closure
 

 

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Download Course Guide Here

 

Venue:

Sandton Lodge Rivonia - Johannesburg
 

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

 

Accreditation:

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).

 

Classroom Based Option:

Course Duration:                  5 days of training on the Friday you write an exam that you need to pass before you can complete the project. Please estimate an average of 30 hours for their project work and home study (10 hours per month for 3 months).

Project Durations:                3 months to complete the project. 

Total Cost:                             R19 999 per person

Venue:                                    Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town / Onsite Training for groups of 7 or more delegates at a lower rate

Pre-Requirements:               Project Management experience and Yellow Belt training

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