Black Belt courses in South Africa from R28,995
Our six sigma black belt courses in South Africa are for people who are in charge of the six sigma Projects within their respective companies. Most of the time, black belt graduates are the people who are asked to take on projects on a full-time basis. Along with heading the project, they also are expected to coach, develop and advise other managers so the entire company can achieve this goal. Black belts should be able to leads problem-solving projects, but also be able to train and coach project teams.

Online Video Courses

Online video courses – 2

Our trainers use studio-grade equipment to record various topics into modules. Before completing your final exams you can watch video modules and complete quizzes while using one of the top LMS systems in the world.

Virtual Training?

Virtual training – 2

We typically use Zoom or Microsoft Teams for our virtual training but can use different software at your request when large groups are involved. Enjoy our virtual instructor-led training with experienced Six Sigma professionals in a virtual classroom-based setting from a location you find most conveniant.

2ko offices

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Your ability to learn Six Sigma is dependant on the quality of your learning materials and the lessons themselves. We understand that it is our responsibility to deliver you the highest quality training to achieve this. All of this is made possible by utilizing trainers with years of practical experince in practicing and teaching Six Sigma methadology at the highest level.

Classroom Lean Black Belt

+ 10 days of training

+ 2 x 90 minute written exams

+ 6 Months to submit project

Black Belts are the people who are in charge of the Six Sigma Projects within their respective companies. Most of the time, these are the people who are asked to take on this task on a full-time basis. Along with heading the project, they also are expected to coach, develop and advise other managers so the entire company can achieve this goal. Leads problem-solving projects. Trains and coaches project teams. Six Sigma South Africa™ lean six sigma black belt courses run regularly in Pretoria, Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, and occasionally in Port Elizabeth. Virtual lean six sigma black belt training is available world wide.

Week 1
  • Green Belt Review and Exercises
  • Central Limit Theory
  • Project Presentations
  • Advanced MSA
  • Advanced Capability
  • Project Presentations
  • Multiple Regression
  • Nested Anova
  • DOE Planning
  • Project Presentations
  • Randomized Block Design
  • Full Factorials
  • Project Planning & Deliverables
  • Project Review & Support
Week 2
  • Week 1 Review

  • Factorial Designs

  • Fractional Factorial Designs

  • General Factorial Designs

  • Sample Size

  • Project Reviews

  • Optimization Designs

  • Multiple Responses

  • EVOP

  • Competition

  • Change Management

  • Control Methods

  • Final Reviews

Classroom Dmaic Black Belt

+ 10 days of training

+ 2 x 90 minute written exams

+ 6 Months to submit project

Black Belts are the people who are in charge of the Six Sigma Projects within their respective companies. Most of the time, these are the people who are asked to take on this task on a full-time basis. Along with heading the project, they also are expected to coach, develop and advise other managers so the entire company can achieve this goal. Leads problem-solving projects. Trains and coaches project teams. Six Sigma South Africa™ lean six sigma black belt courses run regularly in Pretoria, Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, and occasionally in Port Elizabeth. Virtual lean six sigma black belt training is available world wide.

Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Course Logistics (program layout, expectations, etc.)

  • Six Sigma Introductory Overview

  • Project Selection

  • Process and Financial Metrics

  • Project Reporting Expectations

  • PDCA (Plan Do Check Adjust)

Chapter 2: Definition
  • Project Charters

  • Estimating Financial Metrics

  • Definition of process outputs (characteristics, defects, defectives)

  • Process Mapping

  • Strategic Alignment with Project Selection

  • Project Selection Facilitation

Chapter 3: Design of Experiments (DOE)
  • Introduction to Design of Experiments

  • Non-Parametric tests and analysis

  • General Full Factorial Designs

  • Two-Level Factorial Designs

  • Three-Level Factorial Designs

  • Post-hoc Analysis

  • Fractional Factorials

Chapter 4: Measurement System Analysis
  • Variable Gage R&R

  • Attribute Agreement Analysis

  • Variables Data Capability Analysis

  • Attribute Agreement Analysis

Chapter 5: Basic Statistics
  • Fundamental Statistical Measures and Control Charts

  • Common and Special Cause Improvement Strategies

  • Introduction to Minitab

  • Quality Tools, Introduction to Hypothesis Testing, 1 proportion Tests and 2 proportion Tests

  • Chi Square Testing, T Tests, ANOVA, Correlation Analysis, Single Regression

  • Normality and Distributions

  • Anderson-Darling Test for Normality

Chapter 6: Improve and Control
  • Solution Selection and Prioritization

  • Pilot Studies (assessing countermeasures)

  • Final Capability Analysis

  • Process Controls

  • Wrap-Up

At my company

At my company – 2

If you require on-site training please enquire below. On special request our trainers can organise on-site training to come and train your staff at your own companies facilities.