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Six Sigma Black Belt

Lean Six Sigma – Black Belt Training Course

5 Days Instructor Led Course | 30 PDUs

Training Schedule for Lean Six Sigma – Black Belt Course

City Date Duration Time Language Price Venue Registration
Riyadh 27 Jan 2019 - 31 Jan 2019 5 Days 4:30pm -
10:30pm
English SAR 6,405
and Exam is included
TBD Register
Riyadh 08 Dec 2019 - 12 Dec 2019 5 Days 4:30pm -
10:30pm
English SAR 6,405
and Exam is included
TBD Register

Do you prefer a personalized learning experience? You can customize your course to suit your training needs, by having:

  • Training assessment before start
  • Tailored curriculum
  • Focus on work cases
  • Start from Any Date
  • Flexibility in scheduling
  • and more..

Click here to read about our customized training services.

Course Objective

By successfully completing this program, you’ll be able to:

  • Participate in the development of a successful Six Sigma program
  • Contribute to the definition of project selection criteria and develop project proposals to meet those criteria
  • Lead a Six Sigma project team using the DMAIC problem-solving methodology and team-building skills
  • Apply and interpret basic and advanced Six Sigma tools, as necessary, for project definition, process baseline analysis, process improvement, and process control
  • Demonstrate your skills in an industry-recognized certification exam

Targeted Audience

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training course is planned to meet the requirements of the following categories of professionals:

  • Senior Management
  • Management students
  • Team leaders
  • Software Professionals
  • If a company intends to implement Six Sigma, then the management of the company needs to be trained
  • Project Managers
  • Quality Assurance Engineers
  • Software Quality Assurance team members

Delivery Method

  • Instructor-led, 5-Days intensive Lean Six Sigma (Black Belt) training program
  • Material and discussion language will be in English

 

Read more at: Six Sigma – Black Belt

  • Higher Standards for Higher Performance
  • Input Determines Output
  • Lean Six Sigma Defined
  • The fundamentals of Six Sigma
  • The 5 Lean Principles
  • The 8 Forms of Waste
  • Success Stories
  • The Sigma Level
  • The 99.9% Problem
  • DNA of a Champion
  • Lean Six Sigma Framework
  • DMAIC – The Lean Six Sigma Improvement Process
  • Lean and DMAIC
  • Thought Process Mapping – Toolset
  • Organizing for Success
  • Working Relationships
  • Critical Success Factors
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Getting Started – Project Initiation
  • Balanced Scorecard Toolset
  • Project Selection Toolset
  • Project Charter Toolset
  • Project Planning & Tracking Toolset
  • Leadership Thinking
  • Robot Leadership
  • Leadership Characteristics
  • Practice, Study and Reflection – Learning by Modeling
  • Leading Teams
  • Developing an Effective Team
  • Improving Team Development
  • 4 Conversations Toolset
  • Leading Change
  • Leading Change – Continued
  • Success Factors For Effective Change Management
  • Stakeholder Analysis – RACI Matrix
  • Leadership Reflection
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Voice of The Customer
  • Focus on The Customer
  • Understanding Customer Requirements
  • Where to Go For Customer Requirements
  • Conducting Surveys
  • Survey Considerations
  • Surveys – Sampling Frame
  • Structuring Survey Questions
  • The Degree of Uncertainty in Sampling
  • Guideline for Margin of Error
  • Affinity Diagram Toolset
  • CTQC Tree Diagram Toolset
  • Operational Definition Toolset
  • Voice Of The Customer As Specifications
  • QFD Toolset
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Drawing a Process Picture
  • Process Thinking
  • The Source of Value
  • Value Stream Leverage
  • Process Mapping – Overview
  • Process Mapping (SIPOC) Toolset
  • Flow Charts
  • Critical to Quality Characteristics (CTQ’s)
  • Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)
  • Basic Six Sigma Metrics
  • Value-Added Flow Charts
  • Spaghetti Charts
  • Takt Time
  • Value Stream Mapping Toolset
  • Define Tollgate – Progress Review
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Business Problem Solving
  • Basic Statistical Terms
  • Descriptive and Inferential Statistics
  • Measurements
  • Discrete vs. Continuous Measurements
  • Measurement Subjects
  • Graphical Summaries
  • Pareto Chart Toolset
  • Histogram Toolset
  • Understanding Variation
  • Measuring Central Tendency
  • Quantifying Process Variability
  • The Normal Distribution
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Measurement As A Process
  • Cause & Effect Matrix Toolset
  • The Analysis of Measurement Systems
  • The Requirements of Measurement Systems
  • Variable MSA – Gauge R & R
  • MSA – Graphing
  • Attribute Measurement System Analysis
  • Calibration of Measurement Systems
  • Collecting Data
  • Developing a Sampling Plan
  • Baseline Performance
  • Derivative Performance Metrics – Throughput Yield
  • Derivative Performance Metrics – Rolled Throughput Yield
  • Calculating the Sigma Level – Toolset
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Introduction – Charting Process Behavior
  • Trend Chart Toolset
  • SPC – Introduction and Background
  • SPC – Introduction to Control Charts
  • SPC – Control Chart Limits
  • SPC – More On Control Limits
  • Implementing SPC
  • SPC Chart Selection
  • Rational Subgrouping Toolset
  • X and Moving Range Charts – Toolset
  • Attribute Control Chart Toolset
  • X-bar and R Chart Toolset
  • Process Capability Toolset
  • The Sigma Level Revisited
  • Measure Tollgate – Progress Review
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • ANALYZE I – Introduction
  • Finding The Root Cause
  • Cause & Effect Diagram Toolset
  • Alternative To The Cause & Effect Diagram
  • 5-Why, 1-How
  • A Combination of 5-Why, Pareto, and Trend Charts
  • Box Plots Toolset
  • Scatter Plot Toolset
  • Correlation and Regression Analysis
  • Multiple Regression Toolset
  • Binary Logistic Regression Toolset
  • Factors In Determining Sample Size
  • Estimating Population Mean
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • ANALYZE II – Introduction
  • Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
  • The Process On Trial
  • The Hypothesis – Accept or Reject?
  • Types of Error
  • Power Analysis
  • Power Analysis – Factors
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Confidence Intervals
  • Treatment Comparisons – Control Charts
  • Comparing One Proportion to a Standard
  • Comparing Two Proportions – Z-test Toolset
  • Comparing Multiple Proportions – Chi-Square
  • Comparing One Mean to a Standard – t-test
  • Comparing Two Means – t-test Toolset
  • Comparing Multiple Means – ANOVA /F-test Toolset
  • Confidence Intervals – Least Significant Difference
  • Comparing One Variance to a Std. – Chi-Square
  • Comparing Two Variances – F-test Toolset
  • Parametric vs. Non Parametric Tests
  • Non Parametric Toolset
  • Hypothesis Testing Learning Lab
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Design of Experiments – Introduction
  • Design of Experiments – History
  • Design of Experiments – Components
  • Design of Experiments – Principles
  • Design of Experiments – Purpose
  • Design of Experiments – Process
  • Design of Experiments – Guidelines
  • Selecting the Right Design
  • Blocking
  • Blocking and Tackling
  • Faster Deliveries Through Experimentation
  • Beyond One-Factor Experiments
  • Two Level Full Factorial Toolset
  • Two Level Fractional Factorial Toolset
  • General Factorial Toolset
  • DOE Power and Sample Size
  • Designing An Experiment To Save The Kingdom
  • Better Pizza Through Design of Experiments
  • Designing Experiments to Sell More Coffee
  • Additional Subjects
  • Analyze Tollgate – Progress Review
  • Design of Experiments Exercises and Quiz
  • Improve
  • Design for Lean Six Sigma (DFSS)
  • Benchmarking
  • Brainstorming
  • Narrowing Down The List of Ideas
  • FMEA Toolset
  • Error-proofing
  • Prioritizing and Selecting a Solution
  • The A3 One-Page Report
  • Continuous Flow Toolset
  • Quick Changeover Toolset
  • Cellular Processing Toolset
  • Balancing Capacity with Demand
  • The Theory of Constraints (TOC) Toolset
  • Pull System Overview
  • Pull Scheduling
  • Pull Systems
  • Core Process Pull Toolset
  • Kaizen Toolset
  • Corrective Action Matrix
  • Piloting a Solution
  • System Dynamics Toolset
  • Improve Tollgate – Progress Review
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Control Charts Revisited
  • The Process Control Plan
  • More On FMEA
  • Visual Control
  • 5-S Approach
  • CHECK Process
  • Total Productive Maintenance
  • TPM Objectives & Benefits
  • TPM Metrics
  • TPM Core Elements
  • TPM Maintenance Activities
  • Best Practices and Lessons Learned
  • Standardized Work – Documenting Process Changes
  • Ending the Project
  • Control Tollgate – Progress Review
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Course Completion
  • The Lean Six Sigma Journey

Exam Prerequisite

There are no prerequisites required in order to sit for the IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Exam.

Exam Format

  • Number of questions: 150
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Pass mark: 70%

Yes, course’s fees include the exam fees as well.

This certificate doesn’t require any specific previous experience in the field, but it’s prefered to possess a very well-established knowledge of the main terminologies used.

Black Belt Exam™ is a 150 question, closed book, proctored exam with a 4 hour allotted time.

Yes, we provide this course in different cities & we can deliver this training in any other city of your choice only if you have a group of 6 or more trainees.

There are no prerequisites neither for the course, nor the exam.

Yes, you can book the exam without attending the course, but preferably attending the course will help you to prepare yourself for the exam through the materiel and previous exams provided. if you want to apply for the exam, you can visit the following link & complete the needed information: https://bakkah.net.sa/exams/

+ Upcoming Training Schedule

Training Schedule for Lean Six Sigma – Black Belt Course

City Date Duration Time Language Price Venue Registration
Riyadh 27 Jan 2019 - 31 Jan 2019 5 Days 4:30pm -
10:30pm
English SAR 6,405
and Exam is included
TBD Register
Riyadh 08 Dec 2019 - 12 Dec 2019 5 Days 4:30pm -
10:30pm
English SAR 6,405
and Exam is included
TBD Register

Do you prefer a personalized learning experience? You can customize your course to suit your training needs, by having:

  • Training assessment before start
  • Tailored curriculum
  • Focus on work cases
  • Start from Any Date
  • Flexibility in scheduling
  • and more..

Click here to read about our customized training services.

+ Course Details

Course Objective

By successfully completing this program, you’ll be able to:

  • Participate in the development of a successful Six Sigma program
  • Contribute to the definition of project selection criteria and develop project proposals to meet those criteria
  • Lead a Six Sigma project team using the DMAIC problem-solving methodology and team-building skills
  • Apply and interpret basic and advanced Six Sigma tools, as necessary, for project definition, process baseline analysis, process improvement, and process control
  • Demonstrate your skills in an industry-recognized certification exam

Targeted Audience

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training course is planned to meet the requirements of the following categories of professionals:

  • Senior Management
  • Management students
  • Team leaders
  • Software Professionals
  • If a company intends to implement Six Sigma, then the management of the company needs to be trained
  • Project Managers
  • Quality Assurance Engineers
  • Software Quality Assurance team members

Delivery Method

  • Instructor-led, 5-Days intensive Lean Six Sigma (Black Belt) training program
  • Material and discussion language will be in English

 

Read more at: Six Sigma – Black Belt

+ Course Outline
  • Higher Standards for Higher Performance
  • Input Determines Output
  • Lean Six Sigma Defined
  • The fundamentals of Six Sigma
  • The 5 Lean Principles
  • The 8 Forms of Waste
  • Success Stories
  • The Sigma Level
  • The 99.9% Problem
  • DNA of a Champion
  • Lean Six Sigma Framework
  • DMAIC – The Lean Six Sigma Improvement Process
  • Lean and DMAIC
  • Thought Process Mapping – Toolset
  • Organizing for Success
  • Working Relationships
  • Critical Success Factors
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Getting Started – Project Initiation
  • Balanced Scorecard Toolset
  • Project Selection Toolset
  • Project Charter Toolset
  • Project Planning & Tracking Toolset
  • Leadership Thinking
  • Robot Leadership
  • Leadership Characteristics
  • Practice, Study and Reflection – Learning by Modeling
  • Leading Teams
  • Developing an Effective Team
  • Improving Team Development
  • 4 Conversations Toolset
  • Leading Change
  • Leading Change – Continued
  • Success Factors For Effective Change Management
  • Stakeholder Analysis – RACI Matrix
  • Leadership Reflection
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Voice of The Customer
  • Focus on The Customer
  • Understanding Customer Requirements
  • Where to Go For Customer Requirements
  • Conducting Surveys
  • Survey Considerations
  • Surveys – Sampling Frame
  • Structuring Survey Questions
  • The Degree of Uncertainty in Sampling
  • Guideline for Margin of Error
  • Affinity Diagram Toolset
  • CTQC Tree Diagram Toolset
  • Operational Definition Toolset
  • Voice Of The Customer As Specifications
  • QFD Toolset
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Drawing a Process Picture
  • Process Thinking
  • The Source of Value
  • Value Stream Leverage
  • Process Mapping – Overview
  • Process Mapping (SIPOC) Toolset
  • Flow Charts
  • Critical to Quality Characteristics (CTQ’s)
  • Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)
  • Basic Six Sigma Metrics
  • Value-Added Flow Charts
  • Spaghetti Charts
  • Takt Time
  • Value Stream Mapping Toolset
  • Define Tollgate – Progress Review
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Business Problem Solving
  • Basic Statistical Terms
  • Descriptive and Inferential Statistics
  • Measurements
  • Discrete vs. Continuous Measurements
  • Measurement Subjects
  • Graphical Summaries
  • Pareto Chart Toolset
  • Histogram Toolset
  • Understanding Variation
  • Measuring Central Tendency
  • Quantifying Process Variability
  • The Normal Distribution
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Measurement As A Process
  • Cause & Effect Matrix Toolset
  • The Analysis of Measurement Systems
  • The Requirements of Measurement Systems
  • Variable MSA – Gauge R & R
  • MSA – Graphing
  • Attribute Measurement System Analysis
  • Calibration of Measurement Systems
  • Collecting Data
  • Developing a Sampling Plan
  • Baseline Performance
  • Derivative Performance Metrics – Throughput Yield
  • Derivative Performance Metrics – Rolled Throughput Yield
  • Calculating the Sigma Level – Toolset
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Introduction – Charting Process Behavior
  • Trend Chart Toolset
  • SPC – Introduction and Background
  • SPC – Introduction to Control Charts
  • SPC – Control Chart Limits
  • SPC – More On Control Limits
  • Implementing SPC
  • SPC Chart Selection
  • Rational Subgrouping Toolset
  • X and Moving Range Charts – Toolset
  • Attribute Control Chart Toolset
  • X-bar and R Chart Toolset
  • Process Capability Toolset
  • The Sigma Level Revisited
  • Measure Tollgate – Progress Review
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • ANALYZE I – Introduction
  • Finding The Root Cause
  • Cause & Effect Diagram Toolset
  • Alternative To The Cause & Effect Diagram
  • 5-Why, 1-How
  • A Combination of 5-Why, Pareto, and Trend Charts
  • Box Plots Toolset
  • Scatter Plot Toolset
  • Correlation and Regression Analysis
  • Multiple Regression Toolset
  • Binary Logistic Regression Toolset
  • Factors In Determining Sample Size
  • Estimating Population Mean
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • ANALYZE II – Introduction
  • Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
  • The Process On Trial
  • The Hypothesis – Accept or Reject?
  • Types of Error
  • Power Analysis
  • Power Analysis – Factors
  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Confidence Intervals
  • Treatment Comparisons – Control Charts
  • Comparing One Proportion to a Standard
  • Comparing Two Proportions – Z-test Toolset
  • Comparing Multiple Proportions – Chi-Square
  • Comparing One Mean to a Standard – t-test
  • Comparing Two Means – t-test Toolset
  • Comparing Multiple Means – ANOVA /F-test Toolset
  • Confidence Intervals – Least Significant Difference
  • Comparing One Variance to a Std. – Chi-Square
  • Comparing Two Variances – F-test Toolset
  • Parametric vs. Non Parametric Tests
  • Non Parametric Toolset
  • Hypothesis Testing Learning Lab
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Design of Experiments – Introduction
  • Design of Experiments – History
  • Design of Experiments – Components
  • Design of Experiments – Principles
  • Design of Experiments – Purpose
  • Design of Experiments – Process
  • Design of Experiments – Guidelines
  • Selecting the Right Design
  • Blocking
  • Blocking and Tackling
  • Faster Deliveries Through Experimentation
  • Beyond One-Factor Experiments
  • Two Level Full Factorial Toolset
  • Two Level Fractional Factorial Toolset
  • General Factorial Toolset
  • DOE Power and Sample Size
  • Designing An Experiment To Save The Kingdom
  • Better Pizza Through Design of Experiments
  • Designing Experiments to Sell More Coffee
  • Additional Subjects
  • Analyze Tollgate – Progress Review
  • Design of Experiments Exercises and Quiz
  • Improve
  • Design for Lean Six Sigma (DFSS)
  • Benchmarking
  • Brainstorming
  • Narrowing Down The List of Ideas
  • FMEA Toolset
  • Error-proofing
  • Prioritizing and Selecting a Solution
  • The A3 One-Page Report
  • Continuous Flow Toolset
  • Quick Changeover Toolset
  • Cellular Processing Toolset
  • Balancing Capacity with Demand
  • The Theory of Constraints (TOC) Toolset
  • Pull System Overview
  • Pull Scheduling
  • Pull Systems
  • Core Process Pull Toolset
  • Kaizen Toolset
  • Corrective Action Matrix
  • Piloting a Solution
  • System Dynamics Toolset
  • Improve Tollgate – Progress Review
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Control Charts Revisited
  • The Process Control Plan
  • More On FMEA
  • Visual Control
  • 5-S Approach
  • CHECK Process
  • Total Productive Maintenance
  • TPM Objectives & Benefits
  • TPM Metrics
  • TPM Core Elements
  • TPM Maintenance Activities
  • Best Practices and Lessons Learned
  • Standardized Work – Documenting Process Changes
  • Ending the Project
  • Control Tollgate – Progress Review
  • Exercises and Quiz
  • Course Completion
  • The Lean Six Sigma Journey
+ Exam & Certification

Exam Prerequisite

There are no prerequisites required in order to sit for the IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Exam.

Exam Format

  • Number of questions: 150
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Pass mark: 70%
+ FAQ

Yes, course’s fees include the exam fees as well.

This certificate doesn’t require any specific previous experience in the field, but it’s prefered to possess a very well-established knowledge of the main terminologies used.

Black Belt Exam™ is a 150 question, closed book, proctored exam with a 4 hour allotted time.

Yes, we provide this course in different cities & we can deliver this training in any other city of your choice only if you have a group of 6 or more trainees.

There are no prerequisites neither for the course, nor the exam.

Yes, you can book the exam without attending the course, but preferably attending the course will help you to prepare yourself for the exam through the materiel and previous exams provided. if you want to apply for the exam, you can visit the following link & complete the needed information: https://bakkah.net.sa/exams/