With our Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training course, advance your understanding of Lean Six Sigma. With a deeper understanding of the Lean Six Sigma methodology provided by this 20-day programme, participants will be better prepared to manage project teams and bring about transformative business improvements for their organisations.
Advanced statistical methods and tools, such as multiple regression, experiment design, and hypothesis testing, are covered in the course. The use of sophisticated Lean techniques like value stream mapping, the Kanban system, and total productive maintenance will also be covered. The participants will learn how to identify process waste and inefficiencies and how to eliminate them. The course also covers statistical process control, which enables participants to keep an eye on and manage processes to make sure they are working within reasonable bounds.
The Lean Six Sigma DMAIC process, which is used to define, measure, analyse, improve, and control a process, will also be covered with the participants. Participants will learn how to use the DMAIC process to identify and solve problems, create cost savings, and boost customer satisfaction.
The use of project management tools and techniques, such as project chartering, project planning, and project execution, is also covered in the course. Participants will learn how to manage project teams, including how to make project plans, set goals and objectives, and carry out project duties.
Our Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training programme is a necessary first step for any company seeking to make game-changing operational improvements. The course allows students to lead project teams, provide significant business results, and boost customer satisfaction by giving them advanced skills and expertise in Lean Six Sigma methodology.
The course’s 20 days of instruction give students a thorough grasp of the Lean Six Sigma approaches, which may be used in contexts centred on services, transactions, production, and healthcare.
This course is designed for individuals from diverse organizational functions—operations, quality, logistics, finance, production, engineering, and other staff functions seeking to bring significant business results to their organizations. Participants are traditionally well versed in technical aspects of their jobs, are team leaders, and are effective project facilitators