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Lean Six Sigma Black BeltLocation: Wingate by Wyndham Dayton - 3055 Presidential Dr, Fairborn, OH 45324Date(s):Monday, February 6, 2017 to Friday, February 10, 2017Cost: $3,995Course Description:The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt course covers the knowledge needed to lead a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt process improvement project team or work with a Champion Team in identifying opportunities for improvement within an organization. The course includes pre-work and in-class and post-class learning of the Six Sigma Body of Knowledge.Attendees will learn:Instructors take students through a Lean Six Sigma process improvement project utilizing the DMAIC roadmap, concepts and tools needed to lead successful black belt projects.Topics include:
Included in this class:
- The Six Sigma Business Management methodology and the role of a Black Belt project leader
- Working within an organizational structure to help guide Six Sigma Champions in improvement opportunity identi-fication and project selection
- Leading the Six Sigma process improvement team through the DMAIC methodology, tools, and concepts
- Planning and leading a Six Sigma pilot implementation and how to sustain the improvements over time
- The basic LEAN (Learn, Examine, Amend, Note) principles
- Team dynamics and situational leadership
- Project management principles
- Advanced Return on Investment analysis methods
- Statistical Analysis Tools
Students must identify a real-world project which they will work on during the course to apply the concepts of Six Sigma.
- Project Pre-work Package
- In Class Project Application, Out of Class Project Homework
- Certification Exam on last day of class
- All class training materials, including the Indiana Quality Council CSSBB Primer which is widely considered as the best body of knowledge about Six Sigma that includes Project Management.
- Mentoring sessions within 6 months of the last day of class