IASSC Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course with Exam

Interactive self paced eLearning course

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    A process is a means of creating and delivering products and services needed by customers. According to Takashi Osada, Japanese author and quality pioneer, “if the process is right, the results will take care of themselves.” By Six Sigma standards, a “right process” is one that creates and delivers precisely what the customer needs. By this logic, no Six Sigma effort can start without having a high-level picture of an organization’s customers and other stakeholders, their needs, and the business processes meant to fulfill those needs. A thorough analysis of the existing business processes – and the products and services they churn out – is the first step in Six Sigma projects. You need to listen to the “voice of the customer” to find out what customers need, identify opportunities for change and improvement, and translate customer needs into goals and customer deliverables. In this course, learners will examine how to analyse process components and stakeholders in an organization. They will also learn about concepts and tools for collecting and analyzing customer information and feedback.

    Six Sigma, used at many companies simply means the measure of quality aiming for near perfection. Six Sigma is a strict, data-driven approach and method for stopping any defects altogether in any process – from manufacturing to retail and product to service.

    The representation of Six Sigma describes how a process is performing in statistics. To meet the Six Sigma standard, a process cannot produce anymore than 3.4 defects in a million opportunities. A Six Sigma defect means anything outside of what the customer will expect or specify.

    Six Sigma Green Belt

    In this role you would normally be a part of a Six Sigma Management Team working together to improve a company. This is a combination of introductory (Yellow Belt) and Intermediate (Green Belt) levels for Six Sigma, as there is no prior knowledge required.

    You will Learn the terminology used and understand Six Sigma up to a Management level. You will be able to demonstrate how Six Sigma can help various companies as well as understanding and identifying common implementation issues. You will be able to understand the customer importance in all business sectors as well as learning how to analyse data correctly to make good decisions.

    What the course will teach you:

    • How to structure a business using DMAIC
    • How to analyse data correctly
    • How to make good decisions based on data
    • How to teach Six Sigma to others
    • Six Sigma terminology
    • How to identify implementation issues
    • Customer importance in all sectors

    Outline

    Module 1: Six Sigma And The Organization

    1.1 Introduction

    1.2 Six Sigma And The Organization Goals – Part 1

    1.3 Six Sigma And The Organization Goals – Part 2

    1.4 Lean Principles In The Organization

    1.5 Design For Six Sigma

    Module 2: Define Phase ­Project Identification

    2.1 Define Phase – Project Identification – Part 1

    2.2 Define Phase – Project Identification – Part 2

    2.3 Define Phase – Project Identification – Part 3

    Module 3: Define Phase ­Voice Of The Customer

    3.1 Define Phase – Voice Of The Customer – Part 1

    3.2 Define Phase – Voice Of The Customer – Part 2

    Module 4: Define Phase­ Project Management Basics on Six Sigma Green Belt

    4.1 Define Phase – Project Management Basics – Part 1

    4.2 Define Phase – Project Management Basics – Part 2

    Module 5: Define Phase ­Management And Planning Tools

    5.1 Define Phase – Management And Planning Tools – Part 1

    5.2 Define Phase – Management And Planning Tools – Part 2

    Module 6: Define Phase ­Business Results For Projects

    6.1 Define Phase – Business Results For Projects – Part 1

    6.2 Define Phase – Business Results For Projects – Part 2

    Module 7: Define Phase ­Team Dynamics And Define Phase Summary Review Questions

    7.1 Define Phase – Team Dynamics And Review Questions

    7.2 Define Phase – Summary And Review Questions

    Module 8: Measure Phase ­Process Analysis And Documentation

    8.1 Measure Phase – Process Analysis And Documentation

    Module 9: Measure Phase ­Probability And Statistics

    9.1 Measure Phase – Probability And Statistics

    Module 10: Measure Phase ­Statistical Distributions

    10.1 Measure Phase – Statistical Distributions

    Module 11: Measure Phase ­Collecting And Summarizing Data

    11.1 Measure Phase – Collecting And Summarizing Data – Part 1

    11.2 Measure Phase – Collecting And Summarizing Data – Part 2

    Module 12: Measure Phase ­Measurements System Analysis (MSA)

    12.1 Measure Phase – Measurements System Analysis (MSA)

    Module 13: Measure Phase ­Process And Performance Capability And Measure Phase Summary And Review

    13.1 Measure Phase – Process And Performance Capability And Measure Phase Summary And Review

    Module 14: Analyze Phase ­Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing

    14.1 Analyze Phase – Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing – Part 1

    14.2 Analyze Phase – Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing – Part 2

    14.3 Analyze Phase – Exploratory Data Analysis And Hypothesis Testing – Part 3

    Module 15: Analyze Phase Process Drivers

    15.1 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 1

    15.2 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 2

    15.3 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 3

    15.4 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 4

    15.5 Analyze Phase – Process Drivers – Part 5

    Module 16: Improve Phase ­Design Of Experiment (DOE)

    16.1 Improve Phase – Design Of Experiment (DOE) – Part 1

    16.2 Improve Phase – Design Of Experiment (DOE) – Part 2

    Module 17: Improve Phase ­Root Cause Analysis

    17.1 Improve Phase – Root Cause Analysis – Part 1

    17.2 Improve Phase – Root Cause Analysis – Part 2

    17.3 Improve Phase – Root Cause Analysis – Demo

    Module 18: Improve Phase ­Lean Tools

    18.1 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 1

    18.2 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 2

    18.3 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 3

    18.4 Improve Phase – Lean Tools – Part 4

    Module 19: Control Phase­ Statistical Process Control

    19.1 Control Phase – Statistical Process Control

    Module 20: Control Phase ­Lean Tools For Process Control

    20.1 Control Phase – Lean Tools For Process Control – Part 1

    20.2 Control Phase – Lean Tools For Process Control – Part 2

    20.3 Control Phase – Lean Tools For Process Control – Part 3

    Module 21: Review Exam ­Prep And Key Concepts

    21.1 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 1

    21.2 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 2

    21.3 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 3

    21.4 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 4

    21.5 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 5

    21.6 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 6

    21.7 Exam Review And Key Concepts – Part 7

    21.8 Exam Review – Flash Cards

    21.9 Conclusion

    A common concern with eLearning is that you will be un-supported as a learner.  With our courses this is not so.  Not only will you be able to see questions asked by previous learners through subject forums, but you will be able to directly message the trainer if you are stuck or don’t understand something.

    Trainers will respond to your question(s) within 24 hours, but usually much quicker.

    Furthermore, our courses use multi-media and have been carefully designed to cater for different learning styles, preferences and abilities:

    • Visual Learners – our courses are visually engaging, with many diagrams and images to illustrate and highlight key points
    • Auditory Learners – our courses contain clear audio, delivered by subject specialists rather than actors, which we find helps ensure that emphasis is placed on the most important aspects
    • Kinaesthetic Learners – our courses have many test questions and inter-active exercises embedded within them to aid those who learn best through practising what they have learnt
    • Course Accessibility – if you have a hearing impairment, or need to turn the audio off a full transcripts are available within our courses

    Some benefits of eLearning include:

    • Learning can occur at a time and place to suit you – around your work commitments and lifestyle
    • You can repeat the course units, exercises and tests as many times as you like, until you are confident
    • It is often cheaper than classroom courses, and there are no travel costs!
    • Associated exams can also be taken at home, on-line at a time to suit you using ProctorU service
    Please find Lean Six Sigma Green Belt exam info below:
    • Multiple Choice 100 questions
    • 70% pass mark
    • Closed Book exam
    • 180 minutes duration
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    There are some conditions (such as dyslexia) that qualify for extra time in the examinations. If you think you may qualify for extra time please let us know when you book your exam.
    Please note that you will need to provide documentary evidence of the condition to qualify for extra time and give us 20 days’ notice of your booking.

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