Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification

Pre-Requisites: Graduate in any domain, Preferably executed/involved in-process improvement program, Ability to understand and reason.


Key Features

  • Online live classroom available
  • Quality learning materials
  • Small Class Sizes
  • State of the Art Facility
  • Free Retakes
  • Instructor Led Classroom training
  • Certified Industry Experienced Teachers
  • 100% Job Placement assistance

The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate program allows students to complete certification requirements for one of the most popular credentials in business today in a cost-effective manner.

Lean Six Sigma combines two of the most powerful improvement methodologies in modern history—Six Sigma and Lean. This course is designed for business professionals looking to enhance their value to organizations that need to optimize critical business processes and enhance a culture of continuous improvement. Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training gives students the critical knowledge to apply core tools and concepts that provide a positive financial impact to their organization and drives customer satisfaction. Students receive a comprehensive education that includes:

  • An understanding of Lean and Six Sigma concepts and tools, the hybrid methodology that combines the best of two successful process improvement systems.
  • How to define, scope, lead and execute DMAIC projects and Kaizen events that are suitable for a Green Belt skill level and time commitment.
  • Hands-on experience with tools such as process mapping, project scoping, value stream mapping and analysis.

The objective of the course is to provide the students with the knowledge & skills to enable them to apply & implement Six Sigma methodology for improvement projects. For Information Technology related technology students the course teaches you the principles of optimization for topics such as Network Infrastructure, Enterprise Resource Planning, Business Process Optimization, Code Optimization, Problem Solving E-Business Interfaces optimization techniques.


Who Should Attend?

Those who wish to become part of companywide Lean-Six Sigma practices and Improvement projects.  Working Executives who want to become Six Sigma Experts. (e.g. Quality Assurance Engineers, Project  Managers, Team leaders, Software Professionals, Practitioners, Software Quality Assurance team members and Senior Management), or those who want to get certified as Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma, Future managers, and Any other professional members who are doing research, innovations or consulting in process improvement   practices.  Management and Engineering Students are desirous to be more resourceful and employable

  • Six Sigma Introduction
  • Six Sigma Project Definition and Selection
  • Developing a Mission-Vision and Target Concepts
  • Organizational Culture Awareness
  • Kaizen Work Shop Planning
  • Braining Storming Concepts
  • Process Ownership Concepts
  • Resistance to Change Concepts
  • Project Charters
  • Project Selection Process
  • Functions Versus Feature Concepts
  • DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) Basics
  • Six Sigma Deployment Concepts
  • NP Charts, P-Charts, C-Chart, U Chart Concepts
  • Control Charts, Scatter Diagrams, Run Chart, Trend Chart Concepts
  • Team Building Concepts
  • Business Case Development Concepts
  • Taguchi QFD Concepts
  • Process Capability Analysis Concepts
  • Concepts of Variance
  • KPIV (Key Process Input Variables)
  • SWOT Analysis Concepts
  • Strategic Planning Concepts
  • (7) Basic Quality Tool Concepts
  • Histogram Concepts
  • Pareto Concepts
  • IMR-X-Bar Chart Concetps-
  • Change Management Processes
  • Configuration Management Concepts
  • Data Collection Concepts
  • Hypothesis Testing Concepts
  • Gage R& R Concepts
  • Importance of Calibration Concepts
  • CTS Critical to Customer Satisfaction
  • CTQ-Critical to Quality Concepts
  • CTC-Critical to Customer Concepts
  • CTQ Critical to Quality Concepts
  • CTD Critical to Delivery Concepts
  • TGW-Things Gone Wrong Concepts
  • TGR-Things Gone Right Concepts
  • VOC Voice of Customer Concepts
  • Takt Time Concepts
  • Order to Delivery Cycle Time Concepts
  • Probability Concepts
  • Confidence Interval Concepts
  • Andon Concepts
  • PDCA Concepts
  • People Involvement-Motivation Concepts
  • SMED-Single Minute Exchange of Die Concepts
  • Batching Reduction Concepts
  • Hoshin Planning Concepts
  • Visual Management Concepts
  • Benchmarking Concepts
  • Lean Facility Design Concepts
  • MBF-Management by Facts Process Analysis
  • TPY Through Put Yield
  • RTY Rolled Through Put Yield
  • Lead Time Reduction
  • Pull vs Push Replenishment
  • Min/Max Inventory Level Concepts
  • Systems Concepts
  • Risk Analysis and Risk Reduction Concepts
  • Kanban Concepts
  • TPM-Total Productive Maintenance Concepts
  • Smart Concepts
  • DPMO Concepts (Defects Per Million Opportunities)
  • TOC-Theory of Constraints
  • Just in Time Concepts
  • Non Value Added Concepts
  • SIPOC Diagramming Concepts
  • DPU-Defects Per Unit Concepts
  • Y=f(X) Concepts
  • Service Improvement Concepts
  • Control Charts and Control Plan Concepts
  • Leadership Skills Concepts
  • SPC Concepts
  • PIV-POV Process Input Variable and Process Output Variable Concepts
  • Decision Making Concepts
  • Standardized Work Concepts
  • One Piece Flow Concepts
  • Reduced Inventory Concepts
  • Improved Process Cycle Time
  • Value Stream Mapping Concepts
  • Reduction of Rework Concepts
  • Reduction of Warranty Cost Concepts
  • KPI (Key Performance Indicator) Concepts
  • Improved Customer Satisfaction Ratings
  • Poka-Yoke Error Proofing and Mistake Proofing Concepts
  • Meeting Facilitation Skills Concepts
  • Soft Skills Concepts
  • Systems Thinking Concepts
  • Process Mapping and Process Flow Concepts
  • Input Prioritization Tool Concepts
  • FMEA (Failure Mode Effect Analysis)
  • Measurement Systems Analysis Concepts
  • Capability Analysis Concepts
  • Understanding Toll Gate Concepts
  • Cause and Effect Diagrams
  • Problem Solving Concepts
  • Sample Size Selection Concepts
  • Basic Descriptive Statistic Concepts
  • Statistical Process Control Concepts
  • DFSS Design for Six Sigma Concepts
  • DFM-Design for Manufacturing Concepts
  • Introduction to Lean Concepts
  • Multi-Vari Planning Concepts
  • Variation Trees and Funneling Concepts
  • Hypothesis Testing Concepts
  • Central Limit Theorem Concepts
  • Statistical Analysis Roadmap Concepts
  • Test for Mean Concepts
  • One Way ANOVA Analysis Concepts
  • Correlation and Regression Concepts
  • Multi-Vari Analysis Concepts
  • Process Control Plan Concepts
  • Project Plan and Deliverable Concepts
  • Project Review Concepts
  • Understand Valuable Data Concepts
  • Provide Students with Various Statistical Excel Analysis Tools and Other Templates

What are the career benefits of this course?

Knowledge of Certified Six Sigma Green Belt enables you to understand real-world business problems, increase an organization’s revenue by streamlining the process, and become an asset to an organization.

According to Indeed.com, the national average salary for a Certified Green Belt is $89,000 per year in the United States

According to Villanova University, employers such as UnitedHealth Group, Honeywell, GE and Volkswagen have been actively seeking professionals with Six Sigma certification to fill a variety of positions.

The certification enhances your skills and enables you to perform roles like Quality Manager, Quality Analyst, Finance Manager, Supervisor, Quality Control, etc.


What is the benefit of learning LSSGB along with CSSGB?

The world is moving towards Lean Six Sigma methodology to reap the benefits of the two most coveted techniques, Lean & Six Sigma, for standardization of processes and waste reduction.

Learning Lean Six Sigma course gives the student an edge in professional job market, and allows them to lead both Lean & Six Sigma projects in the company across any functional domain in any industry.


Why is the certification most sought-after?

Lean Six Sigma, a business strategy that is widely used across industries, was originally developed by Motorola Inc. Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB) helps professionals to establish skills in the methodology for eliminating defects in a process.

The certification helps potential employers to achieve operational excellence. Also, the  Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certified professional can increase an organization’s revenue by streamlining the process and thus becomes an asset to an organization.


How will I become a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt professional?

For getting certified by ASQ, candidate will have to arrange and appear for the ASQ Certified Six Sigma Green Belt exam and score a minimum of 550 points out of 750 total points. Information of who to contact will be provided by GIT for this effort.

Course Number : LEAN-0-0100

Duration : 48 hours

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