Six Sigma Virtual DMAIC Black Belt Course in Klerksdorp
2KO Africa's six sigma black belt virtual online instructor led courses (using MS Teams) in Klerksdorp, are taylor-made for advanced six sigma practitioners. Anyone who would like to enrol for black belt six sigma will need to have completed a green belt course or have many years of project management experience and be good at statistics. Requirements for certification: two online exams (one for each week), plus a project where you are found competent in delivering significant savings or improvements to existing processes. Booking for our black belt six sigma classes is highly recommended. We cover both the Lean and the DMAIC content streams. Virtual black belt courses are held over two non-consecutive weeks (Monday to Friday, full time).

Course includes:

10 Days

17 Lessons

152 Topics

2 x 90-minute exam

6 Months to submit project

Course Content

Six Sigma Black Belt Course

Week 1

• Opportunity Statement
• Project Charter
• Risk Definition
• Critical Customer Requirements
• Determining what to measure
• 7 Wastes
• Input Indicators
• Core Processes
• Sigma
• Failure Costs
• Causes of Variation
• Value Stream Mapping
• Process Maps
• MSA
• Output Indicators
• Operational Definitions
• SIPOC
• Charts that Measure Variation
• RTY vs FTY
• Independent / Dependent Variables
• Pareto Analysis
• Data Types
• Common Cause Variation / Special Cause Variation
• Building Commitment
• Sample Size Formula
• FMEA
• ANOVA
• Control Charts
• Influence in Regression Analysis
• Capability Analysis
• Causation vs Correlation
• Root Cause Analysis
• Population vs Sample
• Organizational Transformation
• Types of Resistance
• Cause and Effect Matrix
• Regression Interpretation
• Principles of Lean

Week 2

• DOE
• Types of Variables
• Normal Distribution
• Hypothesis Testing
• Visual Management
• Presenting Recommendations
• Replication
• Sigma Level
• Beta
• Correlation
• Standard Operations
• Pull Systems
• Residual Analysis
• Best Subsets Regression
• Confounding – Regression / DOE
• Noise Factors
• 2-Sample t-Test
• Interactions – Regression / DOE
• Pugh Matrix
• Business Risk Management
• Objectives of the Control Phase
• Procedures / Standards
• Mistake Proofing
• RTY vs FTY
• Control Plan
• Process Documentation
• Weibull Analysis
• Benefit Realization Cycle
• 5S
• Visual Controls
• SMED
• Kanban
• Cell Design
• Central Limit Theorem
• Factory Layout
• Standard Operations
• Takt Time