Six Sigma Green Belt Training

Six Sigma Green Belt Training is a blend of on line and in class training and is focused for the Manufacturing professional. DMAICParticipants will complete 9 hours of on line content and participate in 4 days of in class hands on training. Each participant will complete a Six Sigma project using the DMAIC methodology. To support the project execution, each participant will receive 12 hours of individual coaching throughout the training.  The project illustrates the in class training to a workplace project. Certification as a Six Sigma Green Belt is awarded when training and the project have been successfully completed.

Description:

Six sigma Green Belt training is delivered using a hybrid approach: 32 hours of in class training and 9 hours of on line training.  The training is complimented with 12 hours of individualized coaching for each participant. As part of the training, each participant will complete a Six Sigma level project from their place of work applying the Six Sigma DMAIC project methodology, tools and statistical analysis.

Course Objectives:

Define Stage: Select, scope and charter of Six Sigma project utilizing a Charter, SIPOC, Voice of Customer and a Stakeholder's Analysis.

Measure Stage: Validate the Measuring System; Establish the baseline process capability; Map the process a the detailed level.

Analyze Stage: Identify the root causes by using both statistical analysis with Mini Tab and the Six Sigma tools of  Cause & Effect Diagram and a Failure Modes Effect Analysis.

Improve Stage: Develop new process steps to address the root cause of the problem; implement and measure new steps during the pilot stage; determine Process Capability and revalidate the Measurement System.

Control Stage: Monitor the process; Establish operating tolerances; Implement Process Controls.  

For more information, please contact Richard Wolin at 231-995-2003 or rwolin@nmc.edu

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