Lean Six Sigma Training - Green Belt Intensive


Since our first Six Sigma training engagement in 1992, Edwel has helped over 25,000 professionals take their careers to the next level.

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Lean Six Sigma - Classroom Training - Atlanta


Duration:
 5 days of classroom training
Time: 8:30am – 5:30pm
Contact Hours: 40

Tuition: $2495.00 - take off $200 with early registration

Experienced, full-time Master Black Belt instructors

Instructors make the difference: with decades of teaching experience, our Master Black Belt certified teachers know the tools, techniques and strategies you need to make your next Lean Six Sigma initiative a success.

Course features:

  • Five days of hands-on, small group classroom training

  • Aligned with the American Society of Quality Green Belt Curriculum 
  • Detailed instruction and practice with statistical software tools

  • Qualifies for continuing studies towards the Black Belt.

  • Immediately enables you to work through the five phases of a Lean Six Sigma Project

Lean Six Sigma - Define


  • Define Overview
  • Use the DMAIC process for planning project improvement
  • Understand and create Lean and DFSS processes
  • Understand DMADV and IDOV
  • Perform a Root Cause Analysis
  • Process components and cross-functional areas
  • Identify Internal & External customers and stakeholders
  • Collect and analyze customer data
  • Decision tool process using the AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process)
  • Translate customer requirements into project goals. Define CTQ's
  • Develop the Project Charter and Problem Statement
  • Develop the Business Case
  • Define scope, metrics using Pareto charts, process maps
  • Use project planning tools CPM and PERT
  • Documenting the project: storyboards, phase reviews, management reviews
  • Management planning tools including: Affinity diagrams, interrelationship digraphs, tree diagrams
  • Basics of TOC and Critical Chain project management
  • Calculate process performance 
  • Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) - calculate the Risk Priority Number
  • Use team dynamics tools
  • Understand team evolution
  • Roles and responsibilities of Lean Six Sigma teams

  • Lean Six Sigma - Measure

  • Measure Overview
  • Utilize process modeling to create process maps
  • Basic statistics - utilize and distinguish between statistical processes
  • Basic probability including conditional probability (Bayesian analysis)
  • Classify data and measurement scales: nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio
  • Utilize data collection methods such as check sheets, coded data, etc.
  • Assure data accuracy utilizing random sampling, stratified sampling, and homogeneity
  • Utilize descriptive statistics to define and compute measure of central tendency 
  • Utilize graphical tools for interpreting charts 
  • Understanding and utilize probability distributions
  • Measurement systems analysis tools: GR&R (Gage R&R) measure correlation
  • Calculate process capability performance 
  • Process Performance Analysis

  • Lean Six Sigma - Analyze

  • Analyze Overview
  • Utilize and interpret multi-vari studies: know the difference between positional, cyclical and temporal variation
  • Utilize correlation coefficient and regression analysis models 
  • Utilize and interpret the paired-comparison test
  • Determine appropriate sample sizes
  • Understand hypothesis testing: Type I and Type II errors, significance level and power
  • Plot and interpret one-way ANOVA
  • Interpret chi-square to determine statistical significance

  • Lean Six Sigma - Improve and Control

  • Improve and Control Overview
  • Basic DOE (Design of Experiments)
  • Understanding dependent and independent variables, factors and levels, 
  • Understanding response, treatment, error, repetition and replication
  • Interpret main effects and interaction plots
  • SPC charting: create, utilize and interpret control charts

  • Exercises to help you use the tools in the real world

  • Create flowcharts, histograms, scatter diagrams, Pareto charts, Cause-and-effect diagrams, check sheets.
  • Perform a Monte Carlo analysis, set up a QRAM and SWOT diagram for risk analysis.
  • Set up basic AHP for decision analysis
  • Create a decision tree chart
  • Create management planning charts 
  • DOE/ANOVA exercise
  • Create a basic QFD
  • Perform a basic probability analysis and a conditional probability analysis using Bayesian formulas
  • Create an FMEA process - calculate a Risk Priority Number
  • Create all SPC charts including: X-Bar, X-Bar R, X-Bar S, ImR and XmR, median, p, np c and u
  • Create process performance charts including: DPU (Defects per unit), RTY (Rolled Throughput Yield), COPQ (Cost of Poor Quality), and DPMO (Defects per Million Opportunities)
  • Create all process distributions including: Normalized Distribution, Uniform, Exponential, F-distribution, Chi-Square, Binomial Distribution, Poisson, and Hypergeometric
  • What do I do Next?

    1. Call 800.544.1995 to ask any questions and register for a class.
    2. Speak to an adviser to determine your training strategy.
    3. Register soon. Our Lean Six Sigma training classes fill up fast!

    Some more Frequently Asked Questions:

    • Do I need other training classes before this one? No. If you follow our pre-class instructions, you should excel in our class.

    • Is it required for me to be working on a Lean Six project before I apply? No. However, we find it helpful if you have plans to do so within 6-12 months.
    • Call us at 800.544.1995 with any additional questions. By Michael Welles

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