Learn Six Sigma tools and apply them to a process improvement project during class! Six Sigma is a data-driven approach to problem solving, focusing on defect reduction and process improvement, resulting in cost savings. Projects are customer focused, using a team approach to resolve problems. The methodology follows a structured sequence of problem solving techniques to arrive at a solution. Statistics aid in the decision-making process and help to validate the success of changes.
You’ve probably heard of the Six Sigma deployments at General Electric and Motorola. Since its inception, the Six Sigma strategy has been implemented in many other companies. And it’s not only happening at large manufacturing facilities, but also at catering services, car washes, medical services, printing companies and utilities. Companies of all shapes and sizes are using the methodologies of Six Sigma to reduce defects in their industries and benefit their bottom lines.
The Black Belt class will take you through the phases of Six Sigma: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control. It will contain a blend of both Lean and Six Sigma tools. The class is “hands on” in format using class projects and data within the scope of the classroom setting.
Certification is achieved by class attendance and application to a process improvement project. The instructor is available to support the projects through completion. It is our objective that students learn to do Six Sigma, not just learn about Six Sigma.
Anticipated topics include those listed below:
Value Stream Mapping
Measurement Systems Analysis
Intro to Lean
5S and Visual Management
Analysis with Non-Normal Data
Correlation and Regression
Hypothesis Testing with Variable Data
Hypothesis Testing with Attribute Data
Analysis of Variance
Designed Experimentation (DOE)
Fractional Factorial Experiments
Improve the Flow
Push vs. Pull
Survey Design and Analysis
Statistical Process Control (SPC) with Variable Data
Statistical Process Control (SPC) with Attribute Data
(1) Process improvement/cost savings project that will be done in conjunction with training. Please bring your data to class.
(2) Laptop Computer (used during classroom sessions)
(3) Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
(4) Minitab Statistical Software (1 year license INCLUDED in registration fee)
Prerequisite: You must have a Green Belt to attend this class.
Class meets for 11 sessions with time in between to work on projects: June 5, 18, 19, July 9, 10, 30, 31, August 20, 21, September 3, & 4, 2014.
06/05/14 - 09/04/14 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMEastern Time
Miami Valley Research Park1900 Founders Dr.Suite 100Room 116Kettering, Ohio 45420937.252.9787
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