In this course, you will learn the Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB) ® standard terminology required to pass the CSSGB ® exam and become Certified Six Sigma Green Belts. You will receive a CD of material including the CSSGB ® the Six Sigma Body of Knowledge (BOK) and exam bank questions. You will also receive Campus CSSGB ® Certificate.
- What is The Certificate
- Accredited Organization
- Certificate Advantages
- Workshop Activities
- Target Audience
- Program Objectives
- Why Campus
- Program Certification
- Exam Details
– The Six sigma is the application of problem solving and statistical analysis techniques in working through the define, Measure , analyze , improve and control cycle of process improvement with the aim of eliminating process defects and process variation.
– A Six Sigma process yields fewer than 3.4 defects per million opportunities. Six Sigma organizations are better placed to survive in increasingly competitive global markets.
American Society for Quality was at the forefront of the quality movement for more than 65 years, based in Milwaukee, and returns the beginning of the American Society for Quality until after the end of World War II, and they are experts in the field of quality and manufacturing, we used more than one way to maintain many of the techniques to improve the quality used during the time war. American Society for quality played a vital role in adhering to the standards coming from the past, and at the same time, success in continuous innovation in the field of quality.
On completion of this program, you will have the knowledge and skills to apply lean six sigma tools to your organization. Expected outcomes includes your development of:
– The ability to use statistical problem-solving approaches for process improvement.
– The skills needed to transform processes using lean six sigma.
– The ability to use value stream mapping to identify processes needing improvement.
– The know – how to eliminate defects and thereby optimize process flow.
– The skills to define and use the appropriate tools to address process problems.
– By the end of the Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, participants should be able to: Apply the Six Sigma Methodology with main emphasis on Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC) approach.
– The DMAIC methodology is universally recognized and it is used when a product or process is already existing and do not meet the desired quality level.
– Financial/business analyst.
– Commodity manager.
– Project manager.
– Quality manager.
– Business development manager.
– Manufacturing process engineer.
– Continuous improvement director.
– Director or VP of operations.
– Certified Six Sigma Green Belt ( CSSGB) training course aims at achieving a full understanding of the six sigma methodology. Participants will be introduced to the six sigma book of knowledge ( BOK) which covers all the tools needed to become Certified Six Sigma Green Belts.
– At the end of this training, Green Belts will be ready to tackle projects with the systematic methodology and systematic thinking administered by Six Sigma.
– Identify and implement small-scale improvement projects.
– Following up/guiding the participant until he/she passes for the CSSGB Certification Examination.
– Training 30 credit hours.
– Certified and Professional Instructors.
– Free Material + Questions.
– Free Revision for each section.
– Free Quiz after each section.
– Re-attending the Course when needed without any charge.
– Free Membership and Membership Benefits.
– Free Recruitment for one year.
– Catering Services.
– Certificate of attendance from CAMPUS.
* A Certificate issued by American Society for Quality (ASQ).
* In addition to a certificate of attendance for the course, accredited by Campus Institute.
Why Six Sigma?
– Definition and Graphical View of Six Sigma.
– Comparisons Between Typical TQM and Six Sigma Programs.
– Origins and Success Stories.
How to Deploy Six Sigma ?
– Leadership Responsibilities.
– Description of the Roles and Responsibilities.
– Resource Allocation.
– Data-driven Decision Making.
– Organizational Metrics and Dashboards.
Define: Project Definition:
– Work Breakdown Structure
– Pareto Diagrams
– Process Maps
– Matrix Diagrams
– Project Charters
Define: Project Scheduling:
– Activity Network diagram.
– PERT Analysis.
– GANNT Chart.
Define: Change Management/Teams:
*Problems with change.
*Team Formation, Rules, and Responsibilities.
– Stages of Team Development.
– Overcoming Problems.
– Affinity Diagram.
– Nominal Group Technique.
– Prioritization Matrix.
Measure: Tools and Objectives:
– Measure Stage Objectives.
– Process Maps.
– Box-Whisker Plots.
– Cause and Effect Diagrams.
– Check Sheets.
– Interrelationship Diagram.
– Stem and Leaf Plots.
Measure: Establishing Process Baseline:
– Enumeration VS. Analytic statistics.
– Process Variation.
– Benefits of Control Charts.
– Requirements vs. Control.
– Control Chart Interpretation.
Measure: X-Bar Charts:
– Construction and Calculations.
– Rational Subgroups.
– Sampling Considerations.
Measure: Individuals Data:
*Construction and Calculations.
*Overview of Other Individuals Charts.
– Run Charts.
– Moving Average Charts.
– EWMA Charts.
Measure: Process Capability:
*Goodness of Fit Tests.
*Capability and Performance Indices.
– Relative to Process Control.
– Estimating Error.
Measure: Attribute Charts:
– Construction and Calculations.
– Sampling Considerations.
Analyze: Introduction to Regression Analysis:
– Scatter Diagrams.
– Linear Model.
– Interpreting the ANOVA Table.
– Confidence and Prediction Limits.
– Residuals Analysis.
– Overview of Multiple Regression Tools.
Analyze: Lean Thinking
*Definition of Waste.
* Analyzing Process for NVA.
– Cycle Efficiencies.
– Lead Time and Velocity.
* Methods to Increase Velocity.
– Spaghetti Diagrams.
– Level Loading.
– Setup Reductions.
Improve: Tools and Objectives:
*Improve Stage Objectives.
*Tools to Prioritize Improvement Opportunities.
*Tools to Define New Process Flow.
– Lean Tools to Reduce NVA and Achieve Flow.
*Tools to Define and Mitigate Failure Modes.
– Preventing Failures.
*Reference to Tools for Defining New Process Levels.
Control: Tools and Objectives:
– Control Stage Objectives.
– Control Plans.
– Measuring Improvement.
30 Credit Hours:
– One Lecture per week ( 2 Months And 2 Weeks ).
– Two Lectures per week ( 1 Month And 2 Weeks ).
In Campus, Each of our instructors are certified instructors and they are professional in this programs with many years of experience.
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