A Quick Glance

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    Improve quality processes and mitigate errors

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    Implement Green belt methodologies to improve overall processes in an organisation

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    Work under supervision of Black Belts

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    Work effectively as a member of project team and lead projects

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    Gain Six Sigma Green belt certification and increase your employability

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    Course is developed by Six Sigma Green Belt certified experts

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    Pentagon training offers this course at an affordable price

Many companies have realised the benefits of using Six Sigma Greenbelt for the improvement of business processes. Six Sigma professionals perform various crucial functions in an organisation. One of them is to make use of the basics of six sigma to enhance the profits and lower the rate of risks. Many companies are hiring Six Sigma Greenbelts, to improve projects quality and efficiency. It can also improve the satisfaction of customers and bring increased profits. Each green belt intends to improve and bring a change that is beneficial for an organisation. In Six Sigma Green Belt training learn the fundamental of this quality management program. DMAIC stands for Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control.

Green belts are between Yellow Belts and Black Belts. Green Belt professionals can lead teams under Black Belt supervision to improve processes and bring a positive change in the company.

Who should take this course

Delegates who want to apply Six Sigma quality control process and its methodologies to a project in their own business can take this course

Below mentioned delegates can enrol into this course:

  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Quality system managers
  • Operations Manager
  • Production supervisors
  • Customer Service managers
  • Quality system managers
  • Production and materials managers
  • HR managers
  • Finance and commercial managers
  • Management consultants
  • High potential employees

Delegates who hold degree in any discipline and have understanding of quality management process can take this course

Those Six Sigma employees who spend most of their time in improving processes, analysing problem and solving them can also take this course



Delegates must have at least three to four experience of handling projects in Six Sigma

Possess qualities of successful Six Sigma Green Belt professional like:

  • Logical and analytical mind
  • Passion for improvement
  • Leadership skills
  • Determination
  • Leadership skills

Having knowledge Six Sigma 7 quality tools that is Histogram, Control Chart, Parestos etc and also understanding of basic statistics can also be beneficial

Delegate must possess understanding of Six Sigma Yellow Belt as it will be beneficial to understand thoroughly concept of Green Belt


What Will You Learn

  • Align your organisation with Six Sigma process improvement methods
  • Apply green belt concepts to improve operations
  • Understand how to use suitable methods and take profit from it
  • Learn to work under supervision of Master Black Belts
  • Across business operations secure time and cost
  • Enhance customer satisfaction and professional development
  • Learn to solve problems related to quality
  • Study statistical techniques and tools of Six Sigma
  • Learn to identify and remove errors as well as defects occurring in a process
  • Learn to apply DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, and Control) in an organisation
  • Understand the role of Green Belt
  • Deploy successfully Six Sigma techniques and lead projects
  • Gather data and execute experiments with the help of Black Belts
  • Learn to use Six Sigma problem-solving methods as well as statistical tools for success of organisation

What's included

  Course Overview

Organisations are turning to follow Six Sigma Green Belt concepts to solve their problems and enhance quality as well as performance. Six Sigma was developed originally by Motorola.  In this Pentagon Training’s Six Sigma Green Belt course get the knowledge of data collection and analysis. Six Sigma methodologies and their implementation in an organisation. This course enables delegates to lead projects and contribute to improving products as well as services in an organisation. Make use of DMAIC process. At the end of this course, delegates will get the Six Sigma Green Belt certification and implement it in the organisation. Improve products quality, customer satisfaction and relationship with others.


Pentagon Training’s Six Sigma Greenbelt certification exam structure is as follows:

  • Duration of the exam is 4 hours
  • Number of Questions: 100
  • Pattern of Question paper is objective type

  Course Content

1. Six Sigma and organisation

Organisational goal and Six Sigma

  • Continuous Improvement
  • Six Sigma History
  • Quality Pioneers
  • Value of Six Sigma
  • Mathematical Six Sigma
  • Benefits of Six Sigma
  • Business processes
  • Business System
  • Process Control
  • Six Sigma Green Belt’s Responsibilities
  • DMAIC Methodology
  • Cost of Quality (COQ)
  • Organisational Drivers and Metrics
  • Organizational Goals

Lean principles

  • Origins
  • Toyota Production System
  • Concept and Tools
  • Value-Added and Non-Value-Added Activities
  • 5S
  • Theory of Constraints (TOC)

Design for Six Sigma ( DFSS )

  • Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
  • Design Failure Mode And Effects Analysis (DFMEA )
  • Process Failure Mode And Effects Analysis (PFMEA)
  • DFSS Roadmap

2. Define

Process management

  • Business Process Basics
  • Owners and Stakeholders
  • Customer Identification
  • Customer Data Collection and Analysis
  • Customer Requirement Mapping

Project management

Management and planning tools

  • Flowchart
  • Check Sheets
  • Pareto charts
  • Cause and Effect Diagram
  • Tree Diagram
  • Affinity Diagram
  • Matrix Diagram
  • Interrelationship Digraph
  • Benchmarking
  • Prioritization Matrix
  • Focus Group
  • Gantt Chart
  • CPM/PERT Chart
  • Activity Network Diagram

Business results

  • Business Performance
  • Project Performance
  • Process Performance
  • FMEA and RPN

Team dynamics and performance

  • Team Types
  • Team Roles and Member Selection
  • Team Stages
  • Team Tools
  • Team Communication

3. Measure

Process analysis and documentation

  • Process Modeling
  • Process Inputs and Outputs

Statistics and probability

  • Drawing valid statistical conclusions
  • Descriptive Statistics
  • Central limit theorem and sampling distribution of the mean
  • Basic Probability

Collecting and Summarising data

  • Types of data and Measurement scales
  • Data collection methods
  • Techniques for Assuring Data Accuracy and Integrity
  • Graphical methods

Probability distributions

  • Probability Distribution
  • Probability Density Function
  • Distributions Types
  • Binomial Distribution
  • Poisson Distribution
  • Average Distribution
  • Chi-Square Distribution
  • Student t Distribution
  • F Distribution
  • Geometric distribution
  • Hypergeometric Distribution
  • Bivariate Distribution
  • Exponential Distribution
  • Lognormal Distribution
  • Weibull Distribution

Measurement system analysis

  • Measurement
  • Measuring Tools
  • Measurement System
  • Measurement Correlation
  • Bias
  • Linearity
  • Percent Agreement
  • Precision-Tolerance Ratio
  • Metrology
  • Measurement Error
  • Total Product Variability
  • Calibration

Control Chart

Process capability and performance

  • Process Capability Studies
  • Process performance vs. specification
  • Process capability indices
  • Process Performance Indices
  • Short-term vs. long-term capability
  • Process capability for attributes data

4. Analyse

Exploratory data analysis

  • Multi-vari studies
  • Simple linear correlation and regression
  • Correlation
  • Linear Regression
  • Simple Linear Regression Hypothesis Testing
  • Multiple Linear Regression
  • Coefficient of Determination
  • Coefficient of Determination Equation

Hypothesis testing

  • Basics
  • Tests for means, variances, and proportions
  • Paired-comparison tests
  • Single-factor analysis of variance (ANOVA)
  • Chi-square

5.Improve and control

Design of experiments (DOE)

  • Basic terms
  • Main effects

Statistical Process Control (SPC)

  • Objectives and benefits
  • Rational subgrouping
  • Selection and application of control charts
  • Analysis of control charts

Implement and validate

Control plan  


Six Sigma Green Belt Schedules

Course Name Duration Dates Price
Six Sigma Green Belt 5 days Darlington

About Darlington

Darlington in England lies on River Skerne – a tributary of River Tees. The development of the town has mainly been due to the influence of Quaker families in the Georgian and Victorian era who helped with both finance and vision. They also helped to develop the Stockton and Darlington Railway which was the world's first permanent passenger railway. It was also the world’s first steam locomotive powered rail.

The settlement started off as an Anglo-Saxon settlement and even the name “Darlington” derives from the Anglo-Saxon “Dearthington” meaning “the settlement of Deornoth's people”. In 1183, it was an important market place but by the 19th century, it was reduced to a small market town.

The number of seats, in 1939, per head of population in the United Kingdom was the maximum. The city centre went a full refurbishment entitled The Pedestrian Heart, which has seen the majority of the town centre pedestrianised. Initially, people criticised the changes to public transport and removal of Victorian features along High Row. In 2014, the town saw The Majestic, one of the old cinemas, being revamped into a playhouse and theatre.

The King's Hotel, in August 2008, was engulfed by fire, as a result, damaging the roof and 100 bedrooms. Several nearby shops were damaged and remained closed for weeks after the fire. There were no casualties but the hotel could not be re-opened before 2012.


The Borough of Darlington became a unitary authority area in 1997 when the Darlington Borough Council was formed.It separated from the non-metropolitan county of Durham for administrative purposes only, with the town is still coming under the  County Durham for ceremonial purposes. Currently, Darlington is a Labour seat, Jenny Chapman, holding this seat. Alan Milburn, the former Secretary of State for Health under the Tony Blair Labour Government and Michael Fallon, the current Secretary of State for Defence under the David Cameron Coalition Government have been former MP’s for Darlington.



The Durham Tees Valley Airport which lies around is 5 miles east of Darlington town centre is the airport serving Darlington. The airport was initially known as Teesside Airport until 2004 as it also serves Teesside along with Darlington. The airport has domestic as well as international flights with the international flights available for many locations across Europe.The airport also has a Fire Training Centre that trains many airport firefighters from all over the UK. The nearest airports are Newcastle Airport (42.3 miles (68.1 km)) and Leeds Bradford International Airport (62 miles (100 km)).