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LEAN SIX SIGMA WHITE BELT

TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

(Online, At your own pace, both English/Spanish availability)

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SOLID CONTENT

Our virtual training courses in Spanish allow you to gain access, at your pace, to the most complete content based on the ISO 13053 standard and by world-class companies such as DuPont, General Electric, Microsoft, John Deere, Villanova University, Open Source Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma Management Institute (Dr. Mikel Harry), among many others, with the option of Competency Certification and verifiable on our website.

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VARIEXA | ACREDITADO

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DURATION: 4 HOURS OF VIDEOS

The Lean Six Sigma White Belt Training Bundle features 4 hours of topical training, hands-on videos, examples, and exercises.

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WHITE BELT CERTIFICATION

You can apply for the Lean Six Sigma White Belt certification from our website. You must pass one (1) single conceptual assessment, based on the standard content and provided in our thematic training videos and practical exercises.

  • Minimum grade to pass: 70 points out of 100 in a single exam.

  • The duration of the evaluation is 60 minutes, with 50 questions selected at random.

  • You have included in your plan 3 attempts to pass the evaluation. (surcharge applies for additional attempts, see options at Subscriptions section  )

  • Certificate delivered with PAdES/CAdES digital signature and validated on our site

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Designed and taught by our  Master Black Belts , with more than US$25 million in financial benefits

in Latin America in agriculture, finance, manufacturing, energy, manufacturing, banking, food industries, among others.

LEAN SIX SIGMA TOOLS

The Yellow Belt training course covers the following and other tools:

  • 5S

  • The Seven Wastes

CONTENTS

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Included in White Belt training

INTRODUCTION

  • Configuration & Introduction

    • Content

    • Lean Six Sigma Workshop

    • Requirements

    • Certifications

  • Introduction to Lean Six Sigma

    • Lean and Six Sigma Definitions

    • History of Lean and Six Sigma

    • Success Stories and World Class Companies 2020

BASICS

  • Lean Manufacturing

    • Lean Manufacturing Work Philosophy

    • Lean Principles Introduction

    • The TPS House

  • Six Sigma

    • Six Sigma Work Philosophy

    • Final objective: Controlled Quality

    • Roles and Level of Responsibilities

    • DMAIC methodology (introduction)

  • ISO and the Maturity

    • ISO 9001 - Comprehensive Map

PROJECT DEFINITION

  • Customer orientation

    • CTQ

PROCESS MEASUREMENT

  • Process analysis

    • Heart of Six Sigma

Do you need help making an important decision? Contact us today to get on the right path.

LEAN SIX SIGMA YELLOW BELT
TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

(Online, At your own pace, both English/Spanish availability)

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SOLID CONTENT

With more than 17 years and more than +10,000 certified people from Mexico to Brazil, in companies and face-to-face groups, our virtual training courses in Spanish allow you to obtain access at your pace, to the most complete content based on the ISO 13053 standard and by world-class companies such as DuPont, General Electric, Microsoft, John Deere, Villanova University, Open Source Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma Management Institute (Dr. Mikel Harry), among many others, with the option of Competency Certification and verifiable on our site Web.

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VARIEXA | ACREDITADO

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DURATION: 30 HOURS OF TRAINING

The Lean Six Sigma Training Package features more than 25 hours of topical training and 5 hours of hands-on videos with Artificial Intelligence Software (requires optional subscription), R&R-Studio (completely free), Minitab® and XLStat® as statistical software (free in trial version on the page of each supplier).

Yellow Belt training is designed to start from scratch; therefore, no prior knowledge of Lean Six Sigma is required. Yellow Belt training includes 100% of the White Belt content, plus additional topics that apply to this belt level.

It is recommended to dedicate 2-4 hours a week and finish the training, practice and certification evaluations in 3 months, although by dedicating more time weekly, it can be finished in a few weeks.

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YELLOW BELT CERTIFICATION

You can apply for the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification from our website. You must pass the set of conceptual and practical assessments (using R&R-Studio (completely free) , Minitab® or XLStat®), based on the standard content and provided in our thematic training videos and practical exercises.

  • Minimum grade to pass: 70 points out of 100 in each evaluation phase.

  • You have 3 attempts included for each evaluation. (surcharge applies for additional attempts, see options at Subscription sector.

  • Certificate delivered with PAdES/CAdES digital signature and validated on our site.

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Designed and taught by our  Master Black Belts , with more than US$25 million in financial benefits in Latin America in agriculture, finance, manufacturing, energy, manufacturing, banking, food industries, among others.

LEAN SIX SIGMA TOOLS

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Included in Yellow Belt training

The Yellow Belt training course covers the following and other tools:

  • Value creation

  • Continuous flow

  • Value Stream

  • Continuous Improvement

  • Additional TPS Principles

  • Pull System

  • Waste

  • 7W: Seven Wastes and variants

  • 5S: Yellow Belt

  • VOC Segmentation Matrix

  • Project Charter

  • Introduction to Bizagi

  • Introduction to Draw.io

  • Map of Spaggethi or Transport

  • Detailed Mapping

  • Process Observation

  • RTY

  • Process SIPOC

  • Output Rate (Throughput)

  • Cycle time

  • VA,NVA,BNVA

  • DPMO and Sigma Level

  • Bar Graph

  • Box Plot

  • Pareto Chart

  • Foot Chart

  • Individual Point Chart

  • Time series

  • Checksheets

  • MSA Basic Attribute

  • Ishikawa's diagram

  • FMEA

  • YB Scatter Plot

  • Pareto Chart

  • Decision matrix

  • Visual control

  • Standardized work

  • C-Chart, U-Chart

  • Visual control

  • Documentation

  • FMEA

  • Basic Interpretation (Normal Distribution)

  • Introduction to Control Charts

  • Checklists

  • np-Chart, p-Chart

  • Audit Plan

  • Poka Yoke

  • KPI (Key Performance Indicators)

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CONTENTS

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Included in Yellow Belt training

INTRODUCTION

  • Configuration & Introduction

    • Content

    • Lean Six Sigma Workshop

    • Requirements

    • Certifications

  • Introduction to Lean Six Sigma

    • Lean and Six Sigma Definitions

    • History of Lean and Six Sigma

    • Success Stories and World Class Companies 2020's

BASICS

  • Lean Manufacturing

    • Lean Manufacturing Work Philosophy

    • Lean Principles Introduction

    • The TPS House

  • Six Sigma

    • Six Sigma Work Philosophy

    • Final objective: Controlled Quality

    • Roles and Level of Responsibilities

    • DMAIC methodology (introduction)

  • ISO and the Maturity Model

    • CMMI ISACA Maturity Model

    • ISO 9001 - Comprehensive Map

    • ISO 9001 - Continuous Improvement

PROJECT DEFINITION

  • Customer orientation

    • VOC

    • CTQ

  • Feasibility and Definition of Projects

    • Operational Definition

    • Constitution of LSS Projects

PROCESS MEASUREMENT

  • Process analysis

    • Process Identification

    • Heart of Six Sigma

    • Lean & Six Sigma Metrics

  • Basic Applied Statistics

    • Type of data

    • Descriptive statistics

    • Orientation to R&R-Studio

    • Orientation to Minitab®

    • Orientation to XLSTAT®

    • Distributions

    • Graphic Diagnostic Techniques

  • Data Collection

    • Data Validation and Correction

  • Evaluation of the Measurement System

    • Analysis of the Measurement System

  • Processing capacity

    • Six Sigma

ANALYZE AND SOLVE

  • Idea Management

    • Idea Generation

  • Hypothesis testing

    • ​Graphic Analysis of Causes

CONTROL PROCESSES

  • Action plans

    • Solution proposals

    • Managing Proposals

  • Lean Tools and Philosophy

    • Lean Management/TPS

PROJECT CLOSURE

  • Sustainability

    • ​Quality Tools

    • PCOS

    • Control with Lean Manufacturing

    • SPC: Statistical Process Control

  • Closure and Good Practices

    • Project Documentation

Do you need help making an important decision? Contact us today to get on the right path.

LEAN SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT
TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

(Online, At your own pace, both English/Spanish availability)

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SOLID CONTENT

With more than 17 years and more than +10,000 certified people from Mexico to Brazil and Spain, in companies and face-to-face groups, our virtual training courses in Spanish allow you to obtain access at your pace, to the most complete content based on the ISO 13053 standard. and by world-class companies such as DuPont, General Electric, Microsoft, John Deere, Villanova University, Open Source Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma Management Institute (Dr. Mikel Harry), among many others, with the option of Competency Certification and verifiable in our website.

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VARIEXA | ACREDITADO

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DURATION: 60 HOURS OF VIDEOS (+Exercises and Example Videos)

The Lean Six Sigma training package has more than 45 hours of topical training and +15 hours of practical videos with Artificial Intelligence Software (requires optional subscription), R & R-Studio (completely free) , Minitab® and XLStat® as statistical software (free in trial version in the page of each provider).

Green Belt training is designed to start from scratch; therefore, no prior knowledge of Lean Six Sigma is required. Green Belt training includes 100% of the Yellow Belt and White Belt content, plus additional topics that correspond to this belt level.

It is recommended to dedicate 2-4 hours a week and complete the training, practice and certification evaluations in no more than 6 months, although by dedicating more time weekly, it can be finished in 2-3 months.

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GREEN BELT CERTIFICATION

You can opt for the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification from our website. If you are already a Yellow Belt with us, you can opt to update your certification at a lower cost and by taking additional content. You must pass the set of conceptual and practical assessments (using Artificial Intelligence software, R&R-Studio (completely free) , Minitab® or XLStat®), based on the standard content and provided in our thematic training videos and practical exercises.

  • Minimum grade to pass: 70 points out of 100 in each evaluation.

  • You have 3 attempts for each evaluation.

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Designed and taught by our  Master Black Belts , with more than US$25 million in financial benefits in agriculture, finance, manufacturing, energy, manufacturing, banking, food industries, among others.

LEAN SIX SIGMA TOOLS

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Included in Green Belt training

The Green Belt training course covers more than 60 tools, at least the following:

  • Value creation

  • Value Stream

  • Waste

  • Continuous flow

  • Drag System

  • Continuous Improvement

  • Additional TPS Principles

  • 7W: Seven Wastes and variants

  • 5S: Yellow Belt (Basic) and Green Belt (Intermediate)

  • VOC

  • Internal Interview Round

  • Client Evaluation (NPS, CES, CS, FCR)

  • Basic COPQ

  • VOC Segmentation Matrix

  • 7 forms of VOCs

  • CTQ Tree

  • Project Charter

  • Process Observation

  • Process SIPOC

  • Detailed Mapping

  • Map of Spaggethi or Transport

  • Introduction to Bizagi

  • Introduction to Draw.io

  • DPMO and Sigma Level

  • Output Rate (Throughput)

  • Cycle time

  • Value Added Metrics VA-NVA-BNVA

  • Waiting Time

  • RTY Metric

  • Return Rate (RR)

  • Selection Matrix

  • Time series

  • Individual Point Chart

  • Box Plot

  • Interval Chart

  • Bar Graph

  • Foot Chart

  • Pareto Chart

  • Bubble Chart

  • MSA Basic Attribute

  • MSA Continuous Intermediate

  • Checksheets

  • Brainstorming

  • Ishikawa's diagram

  • 5W

  • FMEA

  • Process Walkthrough (GEMBA)

  • affinity diagram

  • 6M's

  • 6P's

  • Multivote

  • C&E Matrix

  • Pareto Chart

  • YB Scatter Plot

  • GB & BB Scatter Plot

  • Pearson correlation

  • 1-t, 2-t, tt Tests

  • Continuous flow

  • Work Line Balancing

  • Visual control

  • Six Thinking Hats

  • Decision matrix

  • Cost/Benefit Matrix

  • Force Field Analysis

  • Audit Plan

  • Checklists

  • FMEA

  • Management systems

  • Poka Yoke

  • Visual control

  • Documentation

  • KPI (Key Performance Indicators)

  • Introduction to Statistical Process Control

  • Control Limits vs Specification Limits

  • Basic Interpretation of Control Charts

  • C-Chart, U-Chart

  • np-Chart, p-Chart

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CONTENTS

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Included in Green Belt training

  • Phase 1: Introduction and Configuration

    • Module 1: Configuration

      • About this course

      • GB Certification

      • Green Belt Content

      • Rights

      • Objectives Introduction Phase

      • Course Requirements (GB and BB)

      • Workshop vs. Course

    • Module 2: Introduction to lean six sigma

      • Who uses LSS?

      • 5 Laws of Lean Six Sigma

      • Lean and Six Sigma Definition

      • History of Lean and Six Sigma

      • Lean Six Sigma Executive Summary

  • Phase 2: Fundamentals

    • Module 3: Lean manufacturing

      • Advanced 5S - Details and Tools

      • Lean Philosophy

      • The TPS House

      • Objectives Phase Fundamentals

      • Lean Principles

    • Module 4: Six Sigma

      • Six Sigma Philosophy

      • Controlled Quality

      • 3 Principles of Six Sigma

      • DMAIC Introduction

      • ICOV Methodology

      • Roles and Level of Responsibilities

      • Greenbelt

      • Black Belt

      • Yellow Belt

      • White Belt

      • Project Documentation

    • Module 5: Other Systems, Philosophies and Improvement Methodologies

      • Introduction to other systems

      • Kanban

      • Shingo Model

      • PMP

      • Scrum

      • CMMI

      • Design Thinking

      • Kaizen DMAIC Events

    • Module 6: ISO & Maturity Model

      • ISO 13053 - Lean Six Sigma Introduction

      • ISO 13053-1 - Lean Six Sigma

      • ISO 13053-2 - Lean Six Sigma

      • ISACA CMMI

      • ISO 9001 - Overview

      • ISO 9001 - What is it?

      • ISO 9001 - Continuous Improvement

  • Phase 3: Opportunity Recognition

    • Module 7: Processes & Projects

      • Objectives Phase Recognize

      • Recognition

      • Projects & Processes

    • Module 8: Identification of opportunities

      • Project Identification & Features

    • Module 9: Components of an Improvement Initiative

      • LSS day by day - Life Cycle

      • Lean Six Sigma Success Factors

      • Feedback and Follow-up - Gate Reviews

  • Phase 4: Define

    • Module 10: Introduction to Define

      • Objectives Phase Define

      • DMAIC STEPS - ISO13053

    • Module 11: STEP 1 

      • STEP 01 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • What is VOC?

      • Critical Characteristics for Quality (CTQ's)

    • Module 12: STEP 2 

      • Operational Definition

      • STEP 02 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Constitution of LSS Projects

    • Module 13: STEP 3

      • STEP 03 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Project Scope

    • Module 14: Checkpoint

      • Gate Review

  • Phase 5: Measure

    • Module 15: Introduction to Measurement

      • Measure Phase Objectives

      • MEASURING STEPS - ISO13053

    • Module 16: STEP 4

      • Initial identification of processes

      • STEP 04 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Heart of Six Sigma: Y=f(x)

      • Selecting the "Y" of the project

      • Performance Standards

    • Module 17: STEP 5

      • STEP 05 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Possible causes

      • Idea Management

      • Classification of Ideas

      • Quick Wins

    • Module 18: STEP 6

      • STEP 06 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Introduction to Measurement System Analysis

      • Analysis of the Discrete Measurement System

      • Analysis of the Continuous Measurement System

    • Module 19: STEP 7

      • STEP 07 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Type of data

      • Data Collection Plan

      • Historical data vs. Harvest

      • Sample size (Green Belt)

      • Rational Subgroups

      • Data Validation and Correction

    • Module 20: STEP 8

      • STEP 08 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Statistical Parameters

      • Normal distribution

      • Evaluating Normality

      • Graphic Diagnostic Techniques

      • Orientation to R&R-Studio

      • YB Minitab Guidance

      • Targeting Minitab GB

      • YB XLSTAT Guidance

      • Orientation to XLSTAT GB

    • Module 21: STEP 9

      • STEP 09 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • LSS Metrics

      • Six Sigma capability and 6 std. dev.

      • Capacity Analysis - Sigma ST LT Level

    • Module 22: STEP 10

      • STEP 10 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Objective Validation Measure

    • Module 23: Checkpoint

      • Gate Review

  • Phase 6: Analyze

    • Module 24: Introduction to Analyze

      • Introduction to Analyze

      • Module 25: STEP 11

      • STEP 11 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Hidden Operation (Hidden Factory)

    • Module 26: STEP 12

      • STEP 12 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Graphical Cause Analysis

    • Module 27: STEP 13

      • STEP 13 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Hypothesis testing

      • Statistic analysis

    • Module 28: STEP 14

      • STEP 14 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Introduction to DOE

      • Vital Causes

    • Module 29: Inspection Booth

      • Gate Review

  • Phase 7: Improve

    • Module 30: Introduction to Improvement

      • Objectives Phase Improve

    • Module 31: STEP 15

      • STEP 15 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Objective Process to Improve

    • Module 32: STEP 16

      • STEP 16 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Solution proposals

      • Managing Proposals

      • Lean Management/TPS

    • Module 33: STEP 17

      • STEP 17 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Pilot tests

    • Module 34: STEP 18

      • STEP 18 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)

    • Module 35: STEP 19 

      • STEP 19 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Definitive Solution Selection

    • Module 36: STEP 20

      • STEP 20 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Implementation plan

    • Module 37: STEP 21

      • STEP 21 - DMAIC - ISO13053

    • Module 38: Checkpoint

      • Checkpoint

  • Phase 8: Control

    • Module 39: Introduction to Control

      • Control Phase Objectives

      • Maintain Profits

    • Module 40: STEP 22

      • STEP 22 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Control Plan

      • SOP Standardized Procedures

      • Quality Tools

      • Read in Control

      • SPC: Statistical Process Control

      • Control Limits

      • Common/Special Cause

    • Module 41: STEP 23

      • STEP 23 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Project Documentation

      • Training

    • Module 42: STEP 24

      • STEP 24 - DMAIC - ISO13053

    • Module 43: STEP 25

      • STEP 25 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Project Validation

    • Module 44: STEP 26

      • STEP 26 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Learned lessons

    • Module 45: STEP 27

      • STEP 27 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Integration of improvements

    • Module 46: STEP 28

      • STEP 28 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • End of project

    • Module 47: Checkpoint

      • Gate Review

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LEAN SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT

TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

(Online, At your own pace, both English/Spanish availability)

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SOLID CONTENT

With more than 17 years and more than +10,000 certified people from Mexico to Brazil and Spain, in companies and face-to-face groups, our virtual training courses in Spanish allow you to obtain access at your pace, to the most complete content based on the ISO 13053 standard. and by world-class companies such as DuPont, General Electric, Microsoft, John Deere, Villanova University, Open Source Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma Management Institute (Dr. Mikel Harry), among many others, with the option of Competency Certification and verifiable in our website.

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VARIEXA | ACREDITADO

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DURATION: 140 HOURS OF VIDEOS (+Exercises and Example Videos)

The Lean Six Sigma training package has more than 140 hours of topical training and practical videos with Artificial Intelligence Software (requires optional subscription), R & R-Studio (completely free) , Minitab® and XLStat® as statistical software (free in trial version on each provider's page ).

Black Belt training is designed to start from scratch; therefore, no prior knowledge of Lean Six Sigma is required. Black Belt training includes 100% of the Green Belt, Yellow Belt, and White Belt content, plus additional topics that apply to this belt level.

It is recommended to dedicate 2-4 hours per week and complete the training, practice and certification evaluations in no more than 8-11 months, although by dedicating more time per week, it can be completed in 4-6 months.

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BLACK BELT CERTIFICATION

You can apply for the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification from our website. If you are already a Green Belt with us, you can opt to update your certification at a lower cost and by taking additional content. You must pass the set of conceptual and practical assessments (using R&R-Studio (completely free) , Minitab® or XLStat®), based on the standard content and provided in our thematic training videos and practical exercises.

  • Minimum grade to pass: 70 points out of 100 in each evaluation.

  • You have 3 attempts for each evaluation.

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Designed and taught by our  Master Black Belts  , with more than US$25 million in financial benefits in agriculture, finance, manufacturing, energy, manufacturing, banking, food industries, among others.

LEAN SIX SIGMA TOOLS

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Included in Black Belt training

The Black Belt training course covers more than 100 tools, at least the following:

  • Value creation

  • Waste

  • Continuous flow

  • Value Stream

  • Continuous Improvement

  • Additional TPS Principles

  • Drag System

  • 7W: Seven Wastes and variants

  • 5S: Yellow Belt

  • Basic COPQ (Green Belt)

  • Client Evaluation (NPS, CES, CS, FCR)

  • Internal Interview Round

  • VOC

  • Project Charter

  • CTQ Tree

  • affinity diagram

  • Ways to Capture VOCs

  • VOC Segmentation Matrix

  • Process SIPOC

  • 5W

  • Ishikawa's diagram

  • DPMO and Sigma Level

  • FMEA

  • Bar Graph

  • Bubble Chart

  • Box Plot

  • Interval Chart

  • Pareto Chart

  • Foot Chart

  • Individual Point Chart

  • Checksheets

  • Introduction to Bizagi

  • Introduction to Draw.io

  • Brainstorming

  • Map of Spaggethi or Transport

  • Detailed Mapping

  • Selection Matrix

  • RTY Metric

  • Value Added Metrics VA-NVA-BNVA

  • MSA Basic Attribute

  • MSA Continuous Intermediate

  • Process Observation

  • Time series

  • Process SIPOC

  • Output Rate (Throughput)

  • Cycle time

  • Delivery Time (Lead Time)

  • 6M

  • 6P

  • Prioritization

  • RR and OTD

  • FMEA Analyze

  • YB Scatter Plot

  • Pareto Chart

  • GEMBA Walks

  • GB BB & Pearson Scatter Plot 

  • 1 sample t test

  • 2 sample t test

  • 1 Sample Variance Test

  • 2 Sample Variance Test

  • Paired samples t test

  • ANOVA (Green Belt)

  • Work Line Balancing

  • Visual control

  • Continuous flow

  • Force Field Analysis (toolbook)

  • C&E Matrix

  • Cost/Benefit Matrix (toolbook)

  • Decision matrix

  • Multivote

  • Six Thinking Hats

  • Standardized work

  • C-Chart, U-Chart

  • Visual control

  • Documentation

  • Basic Interpretation of Control Charts

  • Introduction to Statistical Process Control

  • KPI (Key Performance Indicators)

  • Control Limits vs Specification Limits

  • Checklists

  • np-Chart, p-Chart

  • Audit Plan

  • Poka Yoke

  • Management systems

  • Porter's 5 forces

  • Portfolio Analysis

  • Hoshin Kanri

  • Feasibility Studies

  • Risk analysis

  • SWOT

  • PEST

  • Contingency Plan

  • Balanced Scorecard

  • Benchmarking

  • Quality Function Deployment (QFD)

  • Project Selection Matrix

  • Pareto Priority Index (PPI)

  • Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA)

  • Kano Analysis

  • Stakeholder Analysis

  • Failure Risk Assessment

  • Project Management (WBS & Gantt)

  • Financial Metrics: NPV, ROI, CBA, EBITDA ASQ

  • Project Gantt

  • WBS ASQ

  • Project Calendar

  • RACI Matrix

  • Ideas Classification: CNX

  • Ideas Classification: CDAM

  • MSA: Statistical Evaluation of Linearity and Bias

  • Histograms: The Likert Scale

  • Histograms: Stem-and-Leaf Plots

  • Histograms: Cell Intervals

  • Box-Cox transformation

  • Takt-Time Chart

  • Process Cycle Efficiency (PCE)

  • Main Effects Charts

  • Interaction Graphs

  • Cube Graphs

  • Surface Graphs

  • Contour Planes

  • DOE: Placket-Burmann

  • DOE: Model Resolution

  • DOE: Optimization

  • Anti-solution

  • Theory of Constraint: IO-Map

  • Pipelines

  • Analogies

  • Written Ideas

  • Pugh Matrix

  • Effort/Impact Matrix

  • Pairwise Ranking

  • Individual Charts

  • Xbar, S, R charts

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CONTENTS

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Included in Black Belt training

  • Phase 1: Introduction and Configuration

    • Module 1: Configuration

      • About this course

      • Black Belt Certification

      • Black Belt Content

      • Black Belt Certification Project

      • Rights

      • Objectives Introduction Phase

      • Course Requirements (GB and BB)

      • Workshop vs. Course

    • Module 2: Introduction to lean six sigma

      • Who uses LSS?

      • 5 Laws of Lean Six Sigma

      • Lean and Six Sigma Definition

      • History of Lean and Six Sigma

      • Lean Six Sigma Executive Summary

      • Phase 2: Fundamentals

    • Module 3: Lean manufacturing

      • Advanced 5S - Details and Tools

      • Lean Philosophy

      • The TPS House

      • Objectives Phase Fundamentals

      • Lean Principles

    • Module 4: Six Sigma

      • Six Sigma Philosophy

      • Controlled Quality

      • 3 Principles of Six Sigma

      • DMAIC Introduction

      • ICOV Methodology

      • Roles and Level of Responsibilities

      • White Belt

      • Yellow Belt

      • Greenbelt

      • Black Belt

      • Master Black Belt

      • Champion

      • Lean Six Sigma Management

      • Project Documentation

    • Module 5: Other Systems, Philosophies and Improvement Methodologies

      • Introduction to other systems

      • Kanban

      • Shingo Model

      • PMP

      • Scrum

      • CMMI

      • Design Thinking

      • Kaizen DMAIC Events

      • Theory of Constraints (TOC)

      • GMP: Good Manufacturing Practices

      • BPM: Business Process Management (BPMS & BPMN)

    • Module 6: ISO & Maturity Model

      • ISO 13053 - Lean Six Sigma Introduction

      • ISO 13053-1 - Lean Six Sigma

      • ISO 13053-2 - Lean Six Sigma

      • ISACA CMMI

      • ISO 9001 - Overview

      • ISO 9001 - What is it?

      • ISO 9001 - Continuous Improvement

  • Phase 3: Opportunity Recognition

    • Module 7: Processes & Projects

      • Objectives Phase Recognize

      • Recognition

      • Projects & Processes

      • Business strategy

    • Module 8: Identification of opportunities

      • Project Identification & Features

      • Project Filtering

      • Project Selection

    • Module 9: Components of an Improvement Initiative

      • LSS day by day - Life Cycle

      • Lean Six Sigma Success Factors

      • Feedback and Follow-up - Gate Reviews

      • Components of a Lean Six Sigma Program

      • Coaching

      • Examples of Lean Six Sigma Projects

  • Phase 4: Define

    • Module 10: Introduction to Define

      • Objectives Phase Define

      • DMAIC STEPS - ISO13053

    • Module 11: STEP 1 - Voice of the Customer

      • STEP 01 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • What is VOC?

      • Critical Characteristics for Quality (CTQ's)

    • Module 12: STEP 2 - Project Charter

      • Operational Definition

      • STEP 02 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Constitution of LSS Projects

      • Financial evaluation

      • Proyect Plan

    • Module 13: STEP 3 - High Level Process Map

      • STEP 03 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Project Scope

    • Module 14: Checkpoint

      • Gate Review

  • Phase 5: Measure

    • Module 15: Introduction to Measurement

      • Measure Phase Objectives

      • MEASURING STEPS - ISO13053

    • Module 16: STEP 4 - And the Project

      • Initial identification of processes

      • STEP 04 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Heart of Six Sigma: Y=f(x)

      • Selecting the "Project-Y"

      • Performance Standards

    • Module 17: STEP 5 - X's of the Process

      • STEP 05 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Possible causes

      • Idea Management

      • Classification of Ideas

      • Quick Wins

    • Module 18: STEP 6 - Analysis of the Measurement System

      • STEP 06 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Introduction to Measurement System Analysis

      • Analysis of the Discrete Measurement System

      • Analysis of the Continuous Measurement System (Precision)

      • Linearity and Bias

      • Analysis of the Continuous Measurement System (Accuracy)

    • Module 19: STEP 7 - Data Collection

      • STEP 07 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Type of data

      • Data Collection Plan

      • Historical data vs. Harvest

      • Sample size (Green Belt)

      • Sample size (Black Belt: Other statistical parameters)

      • Rational Subgroups

      • Data Validation and Correction

    • Module 20: STEP 8 - Understanding the Process

      • STEP 08 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Statistical Parameters

      • Standard error

      • Coefficient of variation

      • Normal distribution

      • Evaluating Normality

      • Distribution Identification

      • Central Limit Theorem

      • Non-Normal Distributions:

        • Weibull

        • F

        • Hypergeometric

        • Binomial

        • Exponential

        • Lognormal

        • Poisson

        • t-Student

      • Distribution Transformation

      • Graphic Diagnostic Techniques

      • Orientation to R&R-Studio

      • YB Minitab Guidance

      • Targeting Minitab GB

      • YB XLSTAT Guidance

      • Orientation to XLSTAT GB

    • Module 21: STEP 9 - Capacity Analysis

      • STEP 09 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • LSS Metrics

      • Six Sigma capability and 6 dev. std

      • Capacity Analysis - Sigma ST LT Level

      • Capability versus Capacity

      • Orthogonal Capability

      • Capacity Metrics (Cp, Pp, k)

      • Discrete Capacity Analysis

      • OEE

    • Module 22: STEP 10 - Objective Validation

      • STEP 10 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Objective Validation Measure

      • Statistical Estimation of Improvement

    • Module 23: Checkpoint

      • Gate Review

  • Phase 6: Analyze

    • Module 24: Introduction to Analyze

      • Introduction to Analyze

    • Module 25: STEP 11 - Process Analysis

      • STEP 11 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Hidden Operation (Hidden Factory)

      • Value Stream Mapping

      • VA/NVA/BNVA Analysis

      • Headcount Analysis

    • Module 26: STEP 12 - XY Graphic Analysis

      • STEP 12 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Graphical Cause Analysis

    • Module 27: STEP 13 - Statistical Analysis

      • STEP 13 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Hypothesis testing

      • Statistic analysis

      • Sample size for hypothesis testing

      • Non-Parametric Tests (Kruskal-Wallis and Mann-Whitney)

      • Multivariate analysis

      • Simple Multiple Linear Regression

      • Linear Regression: Simple, Quadratic, Order “n”

      • Chi-Square Methods

      • Logistic Regression (Binary, Nominal, Ordinal)

      • Autocorrelation

    • Module 28: STEP 14 - Experimentation

      • STEP 14 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Introduction to DOE

      • Vital Causes

      • Design of Experiments (Advanced)

      • Robust Designs

    • Module 29: Checkpoint

      • Gate Review

  • Phase 7: Improve

    • Module 30: Introduction to Improvement

      • Objectives Phase Improve

    • Module 31: STEP 15 - Objective Process to Improve

      • STEP 15 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Objective Process to Improve

    • Module 32: STEP 16 - Solution Ideas

      • STEP 16 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Solution proposals

      • Managing Proposals

      • Lean Management/TPS

      • Lean Accounting

      • SMED

      • Production Leveling (Heijunka)

      • Cellular Manufacturing

      • Autonomation (Jidoka)

      • Pull/Kanban Systems

      • Introduction to Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

      • Overall Equipment Efficiency (OEE)

    • Module 33: STEP 17 - Pilot Tests

      • STEP 17 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Pilot tests

      • Simulation (Monte Carlo)

    • Module 34: STEP 18 - Risk Assessment

      • STEP 18 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)

    • Module 35: STEP 19 - Final Solution Selection

      • STEP 19 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Definitive Solution Selection

      • Nominal Group Techniques

    • Module 36: STEP 20 - Implementation Plan

      • STEP 20 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Implementation plan

      • RACI Matrix

      • LEAN Implementation Methodology

    • Module 37: STEP 21 - Implementation

      • STEP 21 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Full Scale

    • Module 38: Checkpoint

      • Gate Review

  • Phase 8: Control

    • Module 39: Introduction to Control

      • Control Phase Objectives

      • Maintain Profits

    • Module 40: STEP 22 - Control Plan

      • STEP 22 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Control Plan

      • SOP Standardized Procedures

      • Quality Tools

      • Read in Control

      • SPC: Statistical Process Control

      • Control Limits

      • Common/Special Cause

    • Module 41: STEP 23 - Good Practices and Training

      • STEP 23 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Project Documentation

      • Training

    • Module 42: STEP 24 - Implement controls

      • STEP 24 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Statistical processes control

      • Standard Deviation vs Moving Average S

      • Test Zones (SSMI:Zone Testings)

      • Advanced Control Chart Interpretation

      • Variable Subgroups

    • Module 43: STEP 25 - Solution Validation

      • STEP 25 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Project Validation

      • Statistical Evaluation

    • Module 44: STEP 26 - Lessons Learned

      • STEP 26 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Learned lessons

    • Module 45: STEP 27 - Standardization and New Projects

      • STEP 27 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • Integration of improvements

    • Module 46: STEP 28 - Closing and Celebration

      • STEP 28 - DMAIC - ISO13053

      • End of project

    • Module 47: Checkpoint

      • Gate Review

  • Phase 9: Introduction to Design for Six Sigma ( DFSS)

    • Module 48: Introduction

      • Introduction to DFSS

    • Module 49: Define

      • Stage Define DMADV / DCDOV

    • Module 50: Measure 

      • Measure & Conceptualize Stage DMADV / DCDOV

    • Module 51: Analyze

      • DMADV Analyze Stage

    • Module 52: Design

      • Design DCDOV Stage

    • Module 53: Conceptualize

      • Conceptualize DMADV / DCDOV Stage

    • Module 54: Optimize

      • Optimize DCDOV / DMADV Stage

    • Module 55: Verify

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