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Six Sigma Green & Black Belt Combo Free Course

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Free Courseware!

Gain access to our course that is in line with ASQ's Six Sigma Green & Black Belt Certifications 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 Green & Black Belt Certification Exams 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!

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What is Six Sigma?

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

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

What You'll Get

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1 YEAR ACCESS

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

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ASSESSMENTS

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

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CERTIFICATIONS

Receive a Course of Completion from GreyCampus as well as a Certificate awarding 80 PDUs.

Program Curriculum

  • Introduction to Six Sigma

    Normal Distribution Curve or Bell Curve

    DMAIC and DMADV

    Structure of Six Sigma Teams

    Process for Six Sigma – DMAIC

    History of Six Sigma

    Why Six Sigma?

    Six Sigma As A Measure

    Six Sigma Approach

    What is Six Sigma

    Basics of Sigma

  • DEFINE PHASE

    Process Mapping & Flowcharting

    S-I-P-O-C and C-O-P-I-S

    Critical -To-Quality (CTQ)

    Voice of the Customer (VoC)

    Defects Per Million Opportunity (DPMO)

    Project Charter

    Overview

    DEFINE Phase: A Snapshot

  • MEASURE PHASE

    Process Capability Indices (PCI)

    Measurement System Analysis (MSA)

    Statistics

    Data Collection Plan / Form (DCP / DCF)

    Operational Define on Worksheet for baselining

    Data Types

    Overview of the MEASURE phase

  • ANALYSE PHASE

    ANOVA

    Regression Analysis

    Hypothesis Testing

    5-WHY Analysis

    Box Plot

    Histogram

    Run Chart

    Pareto Chart

    Data Analysis – Scope

    Overview

  • IMPROVE PHASE

    Control Charts

    Statistical Process Control (SPC)

    Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA)

    Tree Diagram

    Assumption Busting Technique

    Chain Letter Technique

    Anti-Solution Technique

    Generating creative solution ideas

    Overview

  • CONTROL PHASE

    Process Control Plan (PCP)

    Process Dashboards

    Process Management Charts

    Overview

  • LEADERSHIP

    Six sigma roles and responsibilities

    Six sigma projects and kaizen events

    Change management

    Organizational roadblocks

    Enterprise leadership responsibilities

  • SUMMARY

    Exam Prep

    Recap

  • ENTERPRISE-WIDE VIEW

    Six Sigma and lean applications

    Business processes and systems

    Integration of lean and six sigma

    Value and foundations of six sigma

    Value and foundations of lean

    History of continuous improvements

  • GREYCAMPUS SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT CERTIFICATION EXAM

FAQs

  • 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. 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 150 countries.