Six Sigma Green Belt
This training will help to understand and implement D-M-A-I-C and other Six Sigma Tools, and with the real life examples and how it can be applied. Lean is an optional.
60 Hours of Classroom Training.
Soft copies of Green Belt Study material.
Sample Question Paper For Practicing.
Classes are held on Weekdays and weekends.
Focus of This Course
This course is structured according to industrial standards of Six Sigma green belt, it provides in- depth knowledge of all the topic within the D-M-A-I-C, Six Sigma Tools, and with the real life examples and how it can be applied. Lean is an optional.
At the end of six sigma green belt training, you will be able to.
- you be can be one of the leading and implementing six sigma projects in your organisation.
- Define Phase, it describe how to identify an improvement in projects.
- Measure Phase, explain how to measure process and the product.
- Analyse Phase, performing the data analysis using 7QC Tools and few hypothesis testing.
- Improve Phase, possible improvement actions for the performance in variations
- Control Phase, efficient operating level in inputs and outputs.
Who Should Take This Course?
Six Sigma Green Belt can be done by any one like :
- If you are an Employer: Improve your sales, Revenue, Profit & also provide quality and customer satisfaction •Systematic approach to solve problem with statistical validation along with long term control plan •Improve your creativity, Employee satisfaction, Productivity, Reduce cost, defects, delay, inefficiency, attrition, rejection, complaint & bad quality.
- If you are Employee or Student: Better Career-New Job Opportunities, Progression in Current Job and recognition at work place •Better skill set-Problem Solving, Data Analysis, Process Analysis, Creative Thinking & Process Improvement Skills.
What is Certified Six Sigma Green Belt?
Green Belt is 2nd Level of Six Sigma. Six Sigma Green Belts usually work on projects within their own functional area. Green Belts are employees of an organization who have been trained on the Six Sigma improvement methodology and will lead a process improvement team as part of their full-time job. While Green Belts do not need to know as much as Black Belts or Master Black Belts, there are many things a Green Belt should know. Green Belts should have a solid communication plan that is reviewed at each meeting to ensure that the right information about the project goes up, down and out to all stakeholders. Green Belts lead Six Sigma improvement projects part time. Usually 25 percent to 50 percent of their time is spent on Six Sigma projects. Six Sigma will become a “way of doing business” for Green Belts. Green Belts will be able to explain why the y=f(x) formula is important for their process and business.
- Some organizations require all exempt employees to be “certified” Green Belts before promotion. Many require employees to at least undergo training.
- Green Belts can be trained in classroom sessions, completely online, or a combination of the two (hybrid).
- The Six Sigma Green Belt training curriculum varies from company to company.
- Green Belt performance is usually evaluated in the employee’s regular performance appraisal, although some companies may provide additional incentives for completing a project or becoming certified.
- Six Sigma Green Belt certification requirements vary from company to company. Typical requirements include: completion of training, passing a written or online test, and completion of a Green Belt project.
- Certification as a Green Belt from one company most likely will not be recognized at another company.
- Some companies require Green Belts to complete one project per year to maintain certification requirements.
- Green Belts are usually instructed on the Six Sigma DMAIC methodology and a limited tool set, including basic statistics. More advanced statistics usually require support from a Black Belt coach.
- Six Sigma Green Belts should expect to schedule regularly occurring meetings with their Black Belt coach to review project progress and seek advice.
- Project tollgate reviews usually take place with the organization’s management team. Whether you like it or not, at some point you’ll either get kudos or a kick in the bottom for your project’s progress.
- Green Belts will be able to create a histogram and Pareto diagram, and know the difference between the two.
- Adding Green Belt training and a project adds to what must be accomplished in the work day, but remember: productivity and benefits you gain from your project will make your life much easier later. Would you rather put out fires every day or start preventing fires from occurring?
- Not everyone on your Green Belt team is going to like the Six Sigma improvement process. Change is often difficult for people to embrace. Your leadership will play a critical role in shaping the team and the project’s outcomes.
- Putting off your Six Sigma Green Belt project until tomorrow will leave you a lot of work to accomplish the day before your tollgate review. Just because your project needs resuscitation and is critical to you does not automatically make it a priority for your Black Belt. Plan ahead and stay in control of your project plan.
- Managing by data is always defensible. “Gut instinct” will not be valued in the business much longer. Green Belt projects help employees “see the light.”
- If you haven’t dealt with finances much in the past, your Green Belt project is an opportunity to learn basic equations, quantify project benefits, and speak the language of management.
- The Six Sigma Green Belt shouldn’t necessarily know how to use every tool available. They should, however, know of the existence of tools and be able to ask Black Belts for help.
- Six Sigma Green Belts will lead the data collection process of their project and validate the measurement system.
- The Green Belt should expect to work on and improve their team facilitation skills.
- The Six Sigma Green Belt will be able to calculate the mean and standard deviation of their process data sets.
- The Six Sigma Green Belt will be able to calculate short term and long term Sigma value of their project’s process.
- Green Belts are selected because they are business professionals, not Quality gurus or statistical geniuses.
- Green Belts will know how to perform basic statistical tests using a statistical software package like Minitab or JMP.
For IndividualsClassroom Training
- 1 Data For Project. 6 Months of Free Retraining. Minitab Practise.
For BusinessCorporate Training
- Customized Training according to Business/Organization requirement. Live project, Life time support. Flexible training timing as per Clients requirement. In-house training.
Exam & Certification
To get certified, you need to crack the exam by obtaining 85% in the exam conducted by UR(Universal Registrars) , EA-JAS (American joint Accreditation Services).