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Six Sigma Black Belt

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Gain access to our course that is in line with ASQ's Six Sigma Black Belt Certification curriculum for free!

No Prerequisites!

Anyone interested in getting a clearer insight into Quality Management and/or interested to learn the basics for ASQ's Six Sigma Black Belt Certification Exam can take up this course.

Learn at your pace!

Take your own time in working through a module before moving onto the next one. It's perfectly okay, in fact better, to redo/review a module once you finish it!


What is Six Sigma?


Six Sigma is a well-recognized set of guidelines laid by the American Society for Quality (ASQ).

Through GreyCampus' Six Sigma Black Belt program participants will gain knowledge of the DMAIC approach defined by ASQ, along with statistical tools to quantify process performance.

What You'll Get



Have a year's access to this course which is in alignment with ASQ's CSSBB Curriculum.



Learn at your pace and test your understanding of the material with exam-standard questions.



Receive a Course of Completion from GreyCampus as well as a Certificate awarding 40 PDUs.

Program Curriculum

  • Organization-wide Planning and Deployment

    History of continuous improvement

    Value and foundations of Six Sigma

    Value and foundations of Lean

    Integration of Lean and Six Sigma

    Business processes and systems

    Six sigma and Lean applications

  • Organization-wide Planning and Deployment-Leadership

    Leadership responsibilities

    Organizational roadblocks

    Change management

    Six Sigma projects and kaizen events

    Six Sigma roles and responsibilities

  • Organizational Process Management and Measures

    A. Impact on Stakeholders

    B. Critical to x (CTx) Requirements

    C. Benchmarking

    D. Business Performance Measures

    E. Financial Measures

  • Team Management

    A. Team Formation

    B. Team Facilitation

    C. Team Dynamics

    D. Needs Assesment

    E. Delivery

    F. Team Performance Evaluation and Reward

  • Define -Voice of the customer

    Customer identification

    Customer feedback

    Customer requirements

  • Define - Business Case and Project charter

    Business Case

    Problem statement

    Project scope

    Goals and objectives

    Project performance measures

  • Define -Project tracking

    Project tracking

  • Measure -Process characteristics

    Input and output variables

    Process flow metrics

    Process analysis tools

  • Measure -Data collection

    Types of data

    Measurement scales

    Sampling methods

    Collecting data

  • Measure -Measurement systems

    Measurement methods

    Measurement systems analysis

    Measurement systems in the enterprise


  • Measure -Basic statistics

    Basic terms

    Central limit theorem

    Descriptive statistics

    Graphical methods

    Valid statistical conclusions

  • Measure -Probability

    Basic concepts

    Commonly used distributions

  • Measure -Process capability

    Process capability indices

    Process performance indices

    Short-term and long-term capability

    Process capability for attributes data

    Process capability studies

    Process performance vs. specification

  • Analyze -Measuring and modeling relationships between variables

    Correlation coefficient


    Multivariate tools

  • Analyze - Hypothesis testing


    Statistical vs. practical significance

    Sample size

    Point and interval estimates

    Non-parametric tests

  • Analyze - Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)

    Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)

  • Analyze - Additional analysis methods

    Gap analysis

    Root cause analysis

    Waste analysis

  • Improve Phase

    A. Design Of Experiments (DOE)

    B. Waste Elimination

    C. Cycle Time Reduction

    D. Kaizen and Kaizen Blitz

    E. Theory of Constraints

    F. Implementation

    G. Risk Analysis and Mitigation

  • Control - Statistical process control (SPC)


    Selection of variables

    Rational subgrouping

    Control chart selection

    Control chart analysis

  • Control - Other control tools

    Total productive maintenance (TPM)

    Visual controls

  • Control - Maintain controls

    Measurement system re-analysis

    Control plan

  • Control - Sustain improvements

    Lessons learned

    Training plan deployment


    Ongoing evaluation

  • Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)

    A. Common DFSS Methodologies

    B. Design for X (DFX)

    C. Robust Design and Process


  • Q. What is Six Sigma?

    A: Six Sigma is a set of tools and strategies for process improvement originally developed by Motorola. Six Sigma seeks to improve the quality of process outputs by identifying and removing the causes of defects (errors) and minimizing variability in manufacturing and business processes.

  • Q: Who is this course targeted at?

    A:  People working in the Quality Management domain. Ex- Quality System Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Analysts, Auditors, etc.

  • Q. What is ASQ all about?

    A: ASQ or American Society for Quality is a global community of over 80000 quality professionals dedicated to the promotion and advancement of quality tools, principles, and practices. Originally based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, ASQ currently has members from over 140 countries.

  • Q: What is the Body of Knowledge of the SSBB exam?

    A:  Certified Six Sigma Black Belt Body of Knowledge

  • Q: What is the structure of CSSBB BoK?

    A:  Divided into 5 sections- Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control

  • Q: What is the exam structure of the SSBB exam?

    A: The SSBB exam consists of 165 questions to be answered in 4.5 hours. All questions are of multiple choice and true/false type.