Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

Lean Six Sigma - Green Belt

What is Six Sigma?

Six Sigma is a well-organized data-driven methodology for reducing variation in any process – from manufacturing to service and thereby reducing defects. The goal is to accomplish near perfection (3.4 defects per million opportunities). Process improvement and variation reduction are achieved through the application of either DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) or DMADV (Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, Verify) methodologies.

What is Lean?

The application of Lean focuses on speed, efficiency, and waste elimination from the process.

When Six Sigma is used in concert with Lean, it can deliver breakthrough improvement that can significantly improve an organization’s performance and thereby improve organizational parameters.

Why VINDATI

VINDATI is a trusted name in the professional training and consulting space. We bring unique training & consulting methodology to meet the ever-evolving needs of the industry.

The Black Belt program @ VINDATI:

1) Emphases on learning, understanding, and implementation of concepts rather than just gaining theoretical knowledge

2) Small batch size and Interactive Classes

3) Facilitation by an industry expert who is certified Master Black Belt and has experience of over 18 years

4) 32 + hours of Instructor-led interactive virtual classroom session on the weekend/ weekday

5) Implementation learning through 1 Green Belt dummy project creation

6) 6 Months post-training completion support i.e Revision classes once a month

7) Support from subject expert via Email or telephonic on the weekend

8) Data visualization learning using MINITAB

9) CLSSGB certification examination anytime within the 90 days course duration

10) Lifetime validity of the certificate

Green Belt

Green Belts are the key players in the execution of Six Sigma improvement projects. Learning and knowledge empower Green Belts to serve as high-performing team members on Black Belt project teams as well as valued members on a project that does not require the Black Belt level of analysis. Six Sigma Green Belt applicants receive an introduction to the tools and methods that are essential for participation in problem-solving and DMAIC / DMADV improvement projects

Responsibility of Green Belt

The Green Belt has two main tasks: First, to support effectively in the deployment of Six Sigma techniques, and second, to lead small improvement projects within their particular areas. They are practitioners that spend approximately 20% to 25% of their time on Six Sigma projects of their own or in support of Black Belt projects

What’s in it for me?

1) You will acquire knowledge on how to use Six Sigma problem-solving methods and statistical tools to contribute to the organization growth and development

2) Knowledge of the Six Sigma Green Belt enables you to understand real-world business problems, sharpens your business acumen & commitment to improve processes and thus giving you a competitive advantage over the others

Who should attend?

The Six Sigma program is designed for professionals and students who want to develop the ability to lead process improvement initiatives. Six Sigma tools and process is widely used in all business processes. Six Sigma is applicable in all industries and all functional areas.

1) Individuals looking to switch to a new field with a different domain or industry

2) People who aspire to develop skills in data analytics, process improvement, project management, team management, time management, leadership, lean improvement, performance improvement, waste reduction, service efficiency, quality enhancement, business skills and related more

3) This course is highly relevant for working professionals having one of the following profiles: Business analysts, Project managers, Delivery managers, Team leaders, Finance professionals, Quality professionals, Management professionals, Process managers, Senior Associates and related more

4) Generally, participants who pursue Six Sigma Certification belong to one of the following industries: 

5) Marketing, banking, finance, research, healthcare, IT/ITeS, logistics, aviation, banking, telecom, automobile, pharmaceutical, FMCG, outsourcing, hospitality, and many more

Assessment and Certification

Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Require:

1) Submission of 1 Dummy Green Belt Project

2) Clearing of the exam with at least 70% marks

On successful completion of the course and course requisites, the candidate will be certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification.

This course offers the Six Sigma Certification Validation Tool for Employers

Your Six Sigma Certification Validation Tool can be used by employers, clients, and other stakeholders to validate the authenticity of your Six Sigma Certifications you have received training and certification details online.

 

Course Curriculum - Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

         
GETTING STARTED WITH SIX SIGMA    MEASURE PHASE   # Brainstorming
# What is Quality   # Type of Data           # Methods of brainstorming
# Dimension of quality   # Basic Statistics           # Brainwriting method
# Cost of quality           # Measure of Central Tendency   # Introduction Hypothesis testing 
# Origin of Six Sigma           # Measure of Variation   # Null & Alternate Hypothesis
# Levels & Certification in Six Sigma   # Measurement System Analysis   # Type of Errors: Alpha & Beta
# What is Six Sigma           # Gage R& R    
# Areas where Six Sigma can be applied           # What is Accuracy   IMPROVE PHASE
# Benefits of Six Sigma           # What is Precision   # Benchmarking - Identify Solutions
# Ways to commence projects           # MSA - AAA Creation   # Solution - Pilot
            # MSA - AAA Interpretation   # Solutions - Full-Scale Implementation
DEFINE PHASE   # Process Capability   # Risk Mitigation Tool - FMEA
# Type Of Customers           # Attribute Data - Sigma level calculation   # Gantt Chart
# Identify CTQ   # Attribute Data - DPMO calculation   # CBA
# Ways of gathering VOC   # Variable Data - Cp & Cpk    
# Project Charter       CONTROL PHASE
        # Problem Statement   ANALYZE PHASE   # Statistical Process Control (SPC) 
        # Goal Statement   # Identification of X's           # Control Charts
        # Milestones           # Data Door Approach   # Prepare Process Control Plan
       # In scope- Out scope           # Process Door Approach   # Monitor Process Sustenance
       # Team Creation   # Sampling Definition    
# ARMI Model           # Purpose of Sampling   LEAN
# RACI Model           # Methods of Sampling   # Difference in Lean and Six Sigma
# SIPOC   # 7 Tools of Quality   # Muda, Muri, Mura
# Process Mapping           # Histogram   # 8 Type of waste
# Process Mapping - SWIM Lane           # Scatter Plot   # 5 Why
# Difference between VA, BVA & NVA           # Pareto Charts   # 5 S
            # C & E   # Poke Yoke
            # Flow Chart   # Gemba Walk
            # Check Sheet    
            # Control Charts    
         
# MINITAB USAGE
# Extensive learning using Minitab