Lean Six Sigma- Black Belt

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The Lean Six Sigma is a business improvement methodology designed to eliminate waste and improve business processes.

At the end of this 6-day course, participants will be able to understand and identify process waste and efficiency. They will understand the basis of existence for the Lean Six Sigma movement.

Yellow Belts work under the direct guidance of Green and or Black Belts

QUICK FACTS

  • Course ID: EL/LB/01
  • Level: Advanced
  • Language: English
  • Duration: 10 Days
  • Professional Development Earnings: 78 PDUS | 78 CDUS | 78 PD Hours
  • Cost: NIGERIA #300,000 | CANADA $2,500
  • Minimum Class Size: 8
  • Maximum Class Size: 15
  • Available Locations: Lagos | Calgary | Abuja | Port Harcourt | Dubai |

OUTLINE

Day 1. 

  • History of Lean Six Sigma.
  • Basic Lean and Six Sigma tools.
  • Lean Six Sigma roles and responsibilities.
  • y = f(x)

Day 2. 

  • History of Quality (Benchmarks for quality)
  • Understanding the roles, phases and deliverables of a Lean Six Sigma project.

Day 3. 

  • 5S
  • 5 why’s
  • CTx
  • DMAIC, DMADV, DFSS
  • Voice of Customer and PDCA

Day 4. 

  • Process management
  • Process stability
  • Process statistics

Day 5.

  • Kaizen
  • Kanban
  • Poka-yoke
  • 7 elements of waste (TIM WOOD)

Day 6.

  • Market research (SWOT, ANOVA, Value Cluster Analysis
  • Project Charter (Charter negotiation, Project Management Plan, Project Tracking and Work Breakdown Structure WBS).
  • Performance metrics (Cost of Poor Quality, Cost of Quality and Defects Per Unit)

Day 7.

  • I Kano Customer Satisfaction Model
  • II Team Performance Evaluation and Rewards (Time-based criteria, Objective-based criteria and Monetary-based criteria.
  • III Gap Analysis
  • IV SIPOC (Supplier, Input, Process, Output, Customer)
  • V Categories of stakeholders
  • VI Financial Perspectives (Market share, NPV, ROI, CBA, Revenue growth)

Day 8.

  • I TOC (Theory of Constraints)
  • II Risk Analysis and Mitigation (Scenario planning and Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, FMEA)
  • III Business Performance Measures (Balanced Scorecard, KPI’s and Customer Loyalty)
  • IV QFD (Quality Function Deployment)
  • V Data Collection Methods
  • VI SMED (Single Minute Exchange of Due)

Day 9.

  • I Design of Experiments
  • II Data Type and Measurement Scale (Discrete/Continuous Data and Nominal/Interval/Ordinal)
  • III Sampling Strategies
  • IV Relational/Prioritization Matrix
  • V Statistical Process Control

Day 10.

  • I Gauge R&R
  • II Correlation and Regression Analysis
  • III Testing of Hypothesis
  • IV Continuous Flow Manufacturing
  • V Visual Factory/Andon Board
  • VI Takt Time
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