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    Take first step to Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

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    Understand the Define-Measure-Analyse-Improve-Control approach

Throughout the world, all organisations seek to make a profit by providing their customers with the goods and services as and when they want. This might take time due to certain processes which can be removed. In Japanese terminology, these waste elimination processes are known as ‘muda’ which accomplish the five tasks – sort, straighten, shine, standardise, sustain.

A delegate while going through the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification builds upon the concepts learnt during the Yellow Belt certification. A Lean Six Sigma Green Belt operates under the Black Belt professional as a team member. Such a professional is involved in quality improvement projects and in providing business solutions as well.

We at Pentagon Training provide the delegates with an in-depth knowledge of the DMAIC concepts. These concepts help him/her to understand the Green Belt certification in a better way.

Who should take this course

The course is beneficial for all those organisations and its employees who are keen on implementing the Lean Six Sigma concepts in their processes. As such the following audience is the one that the course is targeted at:

  • Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt holders
  • Individuals looking forward to learning and practising Lean Six Sigma Principles
  • Quality System Managers
  • Quality Engineers
  • Quality Supervisors
  • Quality Analysts, and Managers
  • HR managers
  • Operations Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Management Consultants
  • Finance and Commercial Managers
  • Individuals interested in business performance improvement
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Prerequisites

The delegates attending this course must be graduates and have a basic understanding of statistics and statistical tools. Managing the quality of services and goods in an organisation before this course, it would be an added advantage.

 

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What Will You Learn

  • Lead and implement lean six sigma projects in the organisation
  • Apply and profit from Lean DMAIC methods in the organisation
  • Secure cost and time savings across operations of the business
  • Determine various ways to eliminate waste for major business improvements
  • Boost up the professional development along with employees and customer satisfaction
  • Discover the solutions for a business problem using statistical tools and techniques
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What's included

  Course Overview

Lean Six Sigma is an amalgamation of Lean and Six Sigma. Lean is made of concepts that help reduce the seven kinds of waste.  Six Sigma, on the other hand, reduces processes variations thereby linking the processes together tightly.

Lean Six Sigma contains various levels of certifications each providing the delegate with a higher understanding of Lean Six Sigma. These certifications can be listed as follows:

The course can be started in two ways:

  1. Complete the Yellow Belt certification and then go for the Green Belt Certification
  2. Start the Green Belt certification directly and cover Yellow Belt and Green Belt concepts together in a single course

The Green Belt methodology follows the DMAIC phases to improve upon the current processes. It includes the following:

  • Define phase
  • Measure phase
  • Analyse phase
  • Improve phase
  • Control phase

The DMAIC Process

A delegate undergoing a Green Belt Certification needs to take up at least one Six Sigma project. Also, the delegate needs to act as a mentor to another Green Belt or at least a Yellow Belt certified professional.

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  Course Content

  • Six Sigma and Organisational Goals
    • An Introduction
    • Six Sigma and Organisational Goals
    • Lean Principles
    • Design for Six Sigma Methodologies
  • Define Phase
    • An Introduction
    • Project Identification
    • Voice of Customer
    • Basics of Project Management
    • Management and Planning Tools
    • Business Results for Projects
    • Team Dynamics and Performance
  • Measure Phase
    • Introduction to Measure Phase
    • Process Analysis and Documentation (Create)
    • Probability and Statistics
    • Collecting and Summarizing Data
    • Statistical Distributions
    • Measurement System Analysis
    • Process and Performance Capability
  • Analyse Phase
    • Introducing the Analyse Phase
    • Hypothesis Testing
    • Exploratory Data Analysis
  • Improve Phase
    • Introduction to the Improve Phase
    • Design of Experiments
    • Root Cause Analysis
    • Lean Tools
    • Selecting a Solution
  • Control Phase
    • Introducing the Control Phase
    • Statistical Process Control
    • Control Plan
    • Lean Tools for Process Control
  • Tips and Tricks
    • Exam Tips
    • ASQ Exams
    • IASSC Exam
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Lean Six Sigma

DMAIC is an important part of the Lean Six Sigma. Organisation are able to improve customer relations and satisfaction as well. Most importantly, DMAIC helps to reduce the amount of defects or problems that occur during the manufacturing and distribution process of a company.

Green Belts are senior to Yellow Belts and junior to Black Belts.  A Green Belt is a certified professional capable of leading small teams under the supervision of a Black Belt. Businesses that are interested in this level of training are able to conduct either on-site or online training for their staff. Whether it be online or on-site training, employees will be able to improve their qualifications which will allow them to gain a higher standing within the company, while simultaneously updating their resumes. The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training is an perfect solution for companies who want to improve their internal processes and meet the needs of their consumers. It is also useful for helping their employees.

 



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About Peterborough

Peterborough

In Cambridgeshire, a cathedral city is located called Peterborough. It had a population of 183,631 in 2011. Historically, it is a part of Northamptonshire. It is 121 km north of London located on River Nene which flows into the North Sea 48 km to north-east. Between London and Edinburgh, a railway station on East Coast Main Line is an important stop.

Human settlement in this area started before Bronze Age. Monasteries were built in an Anglo-Saxon period called Medeshamstede which was later known as Peterborough Cathedral.

After the arrival of railways, the population grew rapidly. Peterborough is known for its brick manufacturing. Population and housing expanded. Industrial employment declined with a significant proportion of commercial distribution and services.

History

In 1901, the population of Peterborough was 30,000. During the 20th century, conditions in Peterborough got improved. In 1900 Peterborough gained an electricity supply. In Cumbergate FeoFee almshouses were constructed in the year 1903. Between 1903 and 1930 electric trams started running through streets of Peterborough.

In 1911 first cinema was opened. In 1920s first council houses were established in Peterborough. In 1928 War Memorial Hospital was built. City Museum was opened in 1929. In 1933 new Town Hall was built. New bridge over Nene in Peterborough was constructed in 1934. The public swimming pool was opened in 1938.

In 20th century, many industries developed in Peterborough that include tool and corset making. Destiny of Peterborough changed forever in 1967 when it was decided to establish it as a new town. At that time Peterborough had a population of around 80,000. In 1968 Development Corporation was formed.

Construction began dramatically in 1970 at Peterborough. In the 1970s and 1980s new suburban areas were established at Orton and Bretton. New District Hospital was established in 1969 in Peterborough. This hospital was incorporated with old War Memorial Hospital. In 1973 Key Theatre was built.

The new shopping centre was opened in Peterborough in late 20th century. In 1964, Hereward Cross Centre was opened. In 1982 Queensgate Centre was opened. In 1989 Rivergate Centre was opened. Peterborough included various industries like a brick, tile marking, diesel engines, farm machinery and electrical equipment. The present population of Peterborough is 186,000.

 

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