The best Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training course in kolkata

  • 3 (three) days of intensive training
  • More than 7,800 professionals trained
  • Certification from PeopleCert, TUV or ASQ
  • Taught by SMEs from the Industry (Master Black Belt Certified)
  • Mock exams at the end of each topic
  • Continued guidance even after training
  • LMS access through life

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Course Overview

We provide three days of intensive certification training in Lean Six Sigma Black Belt to corporate employees as well as any other interested people looking to become advanced practitioners of Lean Six Sigma. This course can be done by professionals working in different verticals be it IT/ITeS, Manufacturing, Power, Electronics, Real Estate, Civil and so on. It will enable them to become expert implementers of Lean Six Sigma principles in their organizations. Our training is imparted by a very experienced trainer, one of the best in India. The certification is by IASSC or International Association for Six Sigma Certification through People Cert, TUV (German certification body) or ASQ. We are an Accredited TUV training partner. Know more. Our training comprises of enough practical examples and practice tests at the end of each topic. The training will be run on the statistical tool Minitab. So this training will also train participants in Minitab apart from Lean Six Sigma. Moreover, the PDUs earned through this training can be claimed during PMI certifications too. Participants will learn about the different Lean methodologies and the tools used in the DMAIC ((Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) methodology. They would also understand this methodology’s difference with the DFSS (Design for Six Sigma) methodologies like DMADV (Design, Measure, Analyze, Design, Verify) and IDOV (Identify, Design, Optimize, Validate). Our training will ensure that they pass the exam with high credits. Get trained to be a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certified professional. Contact us now!

Things You Will Learn

  • Project Scope Management
  • Project Time Management
  • Project Cost Management
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Communication Management
  • Risk Management
  • DMADV – Define, Measure, Analyse, Design, Verify
  • IDOV – Identify, Design, Optimize, Verify
  • Identify CTQs
  • Creating the risk management plan
  • Identify the technique used for plan risk management process
  • Identify sections of risk management plan
  • Recognize the principles of risk tolerance, probability and impact
  • Inputs to risk planning
  • Beyond customer requirements – identifying ‘‘delighters’’
  • Using AHP to determine the relative importance of the CTQs
  • Five Checksheets
  • Seven Quality Management tools
  • Measurement System Analysis
  • Gage R & R
    • Discrimination
    • Stability
    • Bias
    • Repeatability
    • Reproducibility
    • Linearity
  • Gage Study and Kappa Statistic
  • Measurement Plan
  • Using customer demands to make design decisions
  • Using weighted CTQs in decision-making
  • Pugh concept selection method
  • Hypothesis Testing including both parametric & Non-parametric tests
    • Mann-Whitney test
    • Mood’s Median test
    • Kruskal-Wallis test
  • Regression techniques
    • Linear Regression
    • Logistic Regression
    • Poisson Regression
    • Binomial Regression
    • Negative Binomial Regression
    • Zero-Inflated Poisson / Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Regression
  • Predicting CTQ performance
  • Process simulation
  • Virtual DOE using simulation software
  • Design phase cross-references
  • Nested Designs and change variables
  • Mixture Designs
  • Main Effect plots and interaction plots
  • Fold-over design
  • Pilot run
    • Pre-pilot
    • Post-pilot
  • Transition to full-scale operations
  • Verify phase cross-references
  • All aspects of control phase of DMAIC

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