This class takes existing Lean Six Sigma Green Belts and provides them with the knowledge and tools to advance to a Black Belt level. The teaching of this class assumes that all participants have recently completed Green Belt training or are active Green Belts and that no remedial training is required. As such,essentially all material covered will be additional tools and methods that enhance data collection and analysis techniques.
All attendees are required to successfully complete a Black Belt level project in order to receive certification.
This class is designed for both manufacturing and service organizations.
Who Should Attend
Green Belts who wish to increase their skill sets so that they can solve more challenging problems and deliver greater benefit to their organizations.
Certification Eligibility Requirements
The prerequisites for this course are having successfully completed the UNF Lean Six Sigma Green Belt course. Students that have attended a non-UNF Green Belt program may be eligible to attend if the program attended was comparable in duration and content (instructor approval is required). A laptop computer with Excel is required and Minitab is highly recommended. Students are required to complete a Lean Six Sigma Blck Belt project as part of the class.
An early bird discount is available for registering 30 days prior to the first day of class. The tuition includes all course materials. A 10% discount is available for Jacksonville Lean Consortium members and UNF alumni. Please contact (904) 620-4352 or email@example.com for more information.
This section provides the participant with an overview of project management techniques and tools that increase their effectiveness in leading and managing Six Sigma projects. It also covers the creation and use of failure mode and effects analysis.
No additional materials to be covered all required measurement materials were covered at a Green Belt level.
This section includes myriad statistical tools and methods that can be used to analyze data and drive to the root cause fo process issues. Specific tools and methods covered include hypothesis testing (both parametric and non parametric), simple and linear regression, and design of experiments.
No additional materials to be covered all required Improve materials were covered at a Green Belt level.
No additional materials to be covered all required Control materials were covered at a Green Belt level.