Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

Increasing Organisational Profits with Lean Six Sigma

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

As of now the concept of “Customer is King” is held in high esteem by all organisations. To please the customer, the focus is on reducing delivery time. As they say “Time Saved is Money Saved”. Lean Six Sigma is an approach that removes any extra unwanted processes, saves resources and time and makes the entire process streamlined. Lean Six Sigma optimizes organisational processes to increase productivity.

At MSP Training, we ensure the delegates get trained in the concepts of Lean Six Sigma and they are able to cope up with the problems they face in real-time situations at their organisation. The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training helps the delegates to learn Lean concepts so that they are able to lead a team of professionals during project execution.

  • Using Lean Methodology, decrease Waste Processes and increase Productivity.

  • Lean Six Sigma Certification is not focused to just one particular industry.

  • Experienced and certified instructors to impart knowledge to the delegates during the course

  • Major industries recognize Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification

WHAT'S INCLUDED ?

Find out what's included in the training programme.

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Key Learning Points

Clear and concise objectives to guide delegates through the course.

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Courseware

Courseware will also be provided to the delegates so that they can revise the course after the training.

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Tutor Support

A dedicated tutor will be at your disposal throughout the training to guide you through any issues.

PREREQUISITES

  • A Green Belt certification
  • Experience of a Green Belt project

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Green Belt Certified Professionals
  • Project Managers

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

After the completion of the course, the delegates will get expertise of the following concepts:

  • Project planning.
  • Determining and managing requirements of stakeholders.
  • How to improve various tools used for gauging and analysing business processes.
  • To determine a customer’s value make use of Lean concepts
  • The delegates learn to implement perfection by the use of low develop pull system.
  • Analyse, Quantify and Choose the best available solutions
  • Understand Process Change
  • Control Business Processes
  • Manage Green Belt Projects

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The concept of Lean aims at removing the waste processes due to which the project tends to divert away from its scope. Six Sigma, on the other hand, reduces processes variations and couples the processes together more tightly.

In the line of Lean Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt is the one that excels among all. Anybody interested in going through this course must be familiar with the concepts of Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. A Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certified professional leads a team of professionals who are already certified as Green Belt professionals.

IASSC (International Association for Six Sigma Certification™), the only third-party certification authority for Lean Six Sigma, certifies the delegates after passing an examination.

Exam

Exam Type: Closed Book Proctored Exam

Duration: 240 minutes

Questions: 150 Multiple Choice Questions

 


PROGRAM CONTENT

    • Define Phase
      • The Basics of Six Sigma
        • Meanings of Six Sigma
        • General History of Six Sigma & Continuous Improvement
        • What Does A Lean Six Sigma Project Deliver
        • The Problem Solving Strategy Y = f(x)
        • Voice of the Customer, Business and Employee
        • Six Sigma Roles & Responsibilities
      • The Fundamentals of Six Sigma
        • Defining a Process
        • Serious Quality Characteristics (CTQ’s)
        • Poor Quality Cost
        • The Pareto Analysis (80:20 rule)
        • Six Sigma - Measurement Standards
      • Selecting Lean Six Sigma Projects
        • Building a Business Case & Project Charter
        • Developing Project Metrics
        • Financial Evaluation & Benefits Capture
      • Undestanding The Lean Enterprise
        • Lean – An Understanding and its History
        • The Combination of Lean & Six Sigma
        • The Seven Waste Elements
        • 5S
          • Define Straighten, Shine, Standardize, Self-Discipline, Sort

     

    • Measure Phase
      • Process Definition
        • Cause & Effect / Fishbone Diagrams
        • Process Mapping, SIPOC, Value Stream Map
        • X-Y Diagram
        • Failure Modes & Effects Analysis (FMEA)
      • Six Sigma Statistics
        • Basic Statistics
        • Descriptive Statistics
        • Normal Distributions & Normality
        • Graphical Analysis
      • Measurement System Analysis
        • Precision & Accuracy
        • Bias, Linearity & Stability
        • Gage Repeatability & Reproducibility
        • Variable & Attribute MSA
      • Process Capability
        • Capability Analysis
        • Concept of Stability
        • Attribute & Discrete Capability
        • Monitoring Techniques
      • Analyze Phase
        • Patterns of Variation
          • Multi-Vari Analysis
          • Classes of Distributions
        • Inferential Statistics
          • Understanding Inference
          • Sampling Techniques & Uses
          • Central Limit Theorem
        • Hypothesis Testing
          • General Concepts & Goals of Hypothesis Testing
          • Significance; Practical vs. Statistical
          • Risk; Alpha & Beta
          • Types of Hypothesis Test
        • Hypothesis Testing with Normal Data
          • 1 & 2 sample t-tests
          • 1 sample variance
          • One Way ANOVA
        • Hypothesis Testing with Non-Normal Data
          • Mann-Whitney
          • Kruskal-Wallis
          • Mood’s Median
          • Friedman
          • 1 Sample Sign
          • 1 Sample Wilcoxon
          • One and Two Sample Proportion
          • Chi-Squared (Contingency Tables)
        • Improve Phase
          • Simple Linear Regression
            • Correlation
            • Regression Equations
            • Residuals Analysis
          • Multiple Regression Analysis
            • Non- Linear Regression
            • Multiple Linear Regression
            • Confidence & Prediction Intervals
            • Residuals Analysis
            • Data Transformation, Box Cox
          • Designed Experiments
            • Experiment Objectives
            • Experimental Methods
            • Experiment Design Considerations
          • Full Factorial Experiments
            • 2k Full Factorial Designs
            • Linear & Quadratic Mathematical Models
            • Balanced & Orthogonal Designs
            • Fit, Diagnose Model and Center Points
          • Fractional Factorial Experiments
            • Designs
            • Confounding Effects
            • Experimental Resolution
          • Control Phase
            • Lean Controls
              • Control Methods for 5S
              • Kanban
              • Poka-Yoke (Mistake Proofing)
            • Statistical Process Control (SPC)
              • Data Collection for SPC
              • I-MR Chart
              • Xbar-R Chart
              • U Chart
              • P Chart
              • NP Chart
              • Xbar-S Chart
              • CumSum Chart
              • EWMA Chart
              • Control Methods
              • Control Chart Anatomy
              • Subgroups, Impact of Variation, Frequency of Sampling
              • Center Line & Control Limit Calculations
            • Six Sigma Control Plans
              • Cost Benefit Analysis
              • Elements of the Control Plan
    Elements of the Response Plan

DATES, PRICES AND EVENTS

Course Name Dates Duration Price
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt 15/04/2019 York
10 Days
£11499
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt 23/04/2019 York
10 Days
£11499
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt 07/05/2019 York
10 Days
£11499
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt 28/05/2019 York
10 Days
£11499
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt 27/08/2019 York
10 Days
£11499

ABOUT York

York is a walled city in the northeast England with a population of around 153,717 according to 2011 census. It lies at the concurrence of the Foss and Ouse rivers in North Yorkshire, non-metropolitan and Ceremonial County in England. The town is considered as the county town of the historic Yorkshire County. The town served a base for two major political events in England. The town became a famous tourist destination for millions of tourists for its unique and rich heritage, notable historical attractions and also offer a range of cultural and sporting activities. The Romans founded the city in 71 AD and became the largest town and a provincial capital in Britain. The town developed as a major trading centre of wool in the Medieval Period and. By the middle ages, it became the capital of the northern ecclesiastical of the Church of England, also termed as the international Anglican Communion’s mother church.

The economy of the town was primarily based on confectionery manufacturing centre and railway-related industries. The town became a centre of the railway network in the 19th century. The focus of the economy shifted to the service sector in recent decades. The major employers of the city are health services and the University of York, and the local economy of the city is largely dependent on the tourism sector. The ‘city of York’ term represented the unitary authority area and covered the rural areas beyond the boundaries of the old city.

History

The oldest inhabited settlement of the town recorded between 8000 and 7000 BC was Mesolithic. The site was occupied by the tribe of Romans, known as Brigantes during the Roman conquest of Britain and the tribal area became a Roman client state. The origin of the city established in 71 AD when the Ninth Legion built a wooden military fortress on flat ground at the concurrence of the River Ouse and Foss. The fortress was occupied by the 6000 legionary soldiers and spread on an area of 50 acres land. The population of the town reduced in the post-Roman era due to occasional flooding from the Foss and Ouse rivers. York became the chief city of King Edwin of Northumbria in the 7th century. The first wooden minster church was built, and restoration of the other parts of the town took place in 627.

The town experienced revolutionary phase after the two years of Norman Conquest of England. William the Conqueror, the first Norman King of England, stopped the rebellion and built a wooden fortress and timbered castle across the Ouse River. Later on, these were demolished in 1069 and remains are visible on the banks of the Ouse River. Due to its strategic location and its closeness to the Great North Road, the town became a significant trading and cloth manufacturing centre. The first charter was granted in 1212, provided trading rights in England and Europe. The economy of the city declined in the Tudor times and many monastic houses, hospitals and institutions were closed under the Dissolution of the Monasteries. The city became a service centre in this period.    

The railways arrived in the city in 1839, and it became a major railway centre by the end of 9th century. George Hudson, railway promoter was responsible for introducing the railway in the city. The engineering industry flourished with the arrival of railways in the city. The city is home to the North Eastern Railway and provided job to more than 5500 people. The two major industries emerged in 1900 are railways and confectionery. The National Railway Museum was built in the city in 1975 and brought prosperity to the city with the emergence of the tourism industry. The historic core of the city was marked as a conservation area in 1968.

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