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Beginning and Advanced Design of ExperimentsLocation: Rike 157Date(s):Wednesday, July 13, 2016 to Wednesday, July 27, 2016Cost: $419
Beginning Design of ExperimentsLocation: Rike 157Date(s): Wednesday, July 13, 2016Cost: $279
Design of Experiments, or DOE, is the backbone of Six Sigma's breakthrough strategy. This course is a focused approach to learning the essentials of DOE in a minimal amount of time. No prior experience with DOE or Six Sigma is required. In this course you will learn how to conduct a full factorial DOE, determining all main effects and interactions, and use the results to predict other possible experimental outcomes. You will use DOE to determine what factors are most influential to performance as well as those causing excessive variation. A free Excel template allows the student to focus on designing and conducting the experiment without having to calculate results. A combination of real world examples and in-class exercises help to give the student a solid understanding of DOE. Don't miss the opportunity to add DOE to your professional tool box!
Lean Six Sigma Green BeltLocation: Rike 020Date(s):Monday, July 18, 2016 to Wednesday, July 20, 2016Cost: $2795
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt is a course covering the knowledge needed to participate as a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt on a process improvement project team or to lead a Green Belt process improvement project. The blended learning environment will incorporate in-class and self-directed learning as well as project work. Students receive an introduction to the Lean Six Sigma Business Management methodology and the role of a Green Belt project team member and Green Belt level project leader. This course works through a Lean Six Sigma process improvement project utilizing the DMAIC roadmap, concepts, and tools needed to participate in and lead Green Belt projects.
Advanced Design of ExperimentsLocation: Rike 157Date(s): Wednesday, July 27, 2016Cost: $279
This course builds upon DOE Part 1 by presenting more advanced DOE concepts. Some experimental situations require more complex experimentation. In this course you will learn how to conduct large studies with minimal effort and expense using Fractional DOE designs. You will also learn how to conduct a Response Surface DOE for those situations when a precise predictive equation is desired. Free Excel templates make it easy for the student to focus on designing and conducting their DOE. This course is perfect for a full understanding of DOE!
Lean Six Sigma Black BeltLocation: Rike 058Date(s):Monday, August 22, 2016 to Friday, August 26, 2016Cost: $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