The Knowledge Academy Six Sigma Green Belt 5 day course covers the following topics:
During The Knowledge Academy’s Six Sigma Green Belt 3 day course, delegates will spend time preparing for both the Lean Six sigma Green Belt examination and a case study project taken on the final day of the course.
Why train with The Knowledge Academy
The Knowledge Academy’s Six Sigma Green Belt course materials are designed to ensure delegates receive a consistently high standard of training.
Our instructors have over 20 years world class experience including deep expertise in the implementation of best practice in work optimisation, supply chain management and the use of Lean and Six Sigma methodologies.
They also have significant experience managing and implementing Six Sigma best practices in the manufacturing, utilities, retail, life sciences, engineering, construction and central Government sectors.
Following confirmation of booking The Knowledge Academy will send the Pre-Course work to the delegate.
This work consists of; 1) Pre-reading files on Six Sigma tools 2) Pre-reading files on why Six Sigma We also recommend that candidates read the book “Statistics without Tears"
The pre-course work on a Knowledge Academy course will require around a further 15 hours of study prior to the course start date.
The Knowledge Academy’s Lean Six Sigma event training event is an intensive 5 days course that includes the Six Sigma Yellow and Green belt examinations within the course.
Upon booking, joining instructions that describe the course location and other administrative details will also be emailed.
Six Sigma Green Belt Examination
A 60 question multiple choice examination with a pass mark of 40 out of 60.
Success in this examination indicates that the candidate would be able to act as a practitioner member of an improvement management team using the Six Sigma method within a process improvement environment supporting Six Sigma.
- The Knowledge Academy Lean Six Sigma Green Belt 5 day course covers the following topics:
- Project Charter of Business case
- Stakeholder Analysis
- Communication Plan
- Voice of the customero Identify and segment Key Customers
- Critical to Quality (CTQ) Requirements Verifying CTQs
- House of quality
- Hi-level Process map
- Project Plan
- Understanding Variability
- Measurement Basics
- Measurement process and plan
- Selecting Measures
- Data definition and sources
- Measuring yield and capability
- Implementing the measurement plan
- Data Analysis
- Pareto charts
- Frequency charts
- Run charts
- Scatter diagramso Variation and defect analysis
- Process Mapping and Analysis
- Value Stream Analysis
- Cause and Effect Analysis (CNX)
- Verifying causes
- Hypotheses analysis
- Process Vision
- Brain storming
- Lean principles
- Enabling the flows
- Level scheduling
- Visual management
- Theory of Constraints
- Selecting solutions
- Developing solution options
- How to run Kiasen events and improvement teams
- FMEA risk analysis
- Implementation planning
- Simple and appropriate documentation
- Mistake Proofing
- Statistical Control
- Control Charts
- I, X Bar and R Charts
- Process Management
- Lean Six Sigma Scorecards
- Project Close and Handover