Get yourself trained on The Six Sigma with this Online Training The Six Sigma Certification Foundation Training.
Online Training The Six Sigma Certification Foundation Training
This course is taught by a 6SigmaStudy Registered Education Provider:iCertify Training NYC,Registered A.T.P(Authorized Training Partner) #65461The Course includes certification cost for Six Sigma Yellow BeltTraining outline is based upon the Industry standard “Six Sigma Body of Knowledge”Training structure follows the D-M-A-I-C methodologyAccess 6sigmastudy’s Primary Lifetime MembershipCase Studies, Reference Materials and Study guides on Six SigmaEarn valuable PMI PDUs while you learn Six SigmaHeavily discounted certification vouchers for Lean and Six Sigma certifications_________________________________This is the only course in UDEMY which is accredited by 6SigmaStudy. The Course has passed a quality audit and a business review.If you are interested in thesemultiple Six Sigma Certifications, we highly recommend you begin your training with our beginner’s introduction to Six Sigma:Six Sigma Green Belt (SSGB)Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB)Six Sigma Black Belt (SSBB)Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (LSSBB)Being an accredited Training partner for 6SigmaStudy; iCertify Training NYC offers heavily discounted certification vouchers for our UDEMYmembers. Reach out to icertifytraining(dot)com/six-sigma_________________________________Latest student testimonials:Chris Franco (Army Veteran)State of Washington, Executive Services ” I completed the Green Belt course shortly after transitioning out of the Army. It helped me quickly integrate into my organization and serve as an asset in our pursuit of providing the best service possible for our customers and citizens.The Six Sigma course was a great way to learn the tools and techniques that are being applied in the most competitive industries around the globe. It helped me to rapidly serve as an asset to my organization and quickly identify opportunities for improvement, then get to work.”Deborah Ecaruan, Manager (Customer Support) “Six Sigma training from iCertify NYC provided me with many useful hints and tips I feel would benefit my workplace achieve Operational Excellence and high Customer Satisfaction.”William J, Commercial Energy Engineer “I started a new job at a Construction Company right after getting my Yellow Belt Certification from 6SigmaStudy and was able to begin using the tools. I used Lean to identify waste, create a visual job board and increased my teams productivity by 30% I was also given a pay raise just two months after starting my job”Katie V, Healthcare New York”The 6 training Capsule consisting of all visual elaborates, presentations, vocabularies and practical exercises is very informative, useful and practical. It is very effective for a person new to Six Sigma. The resources are precise and clears almost all doubts about Six Sigma”_________________________________There are more than a dozen reasons to consider our Certification Course:Global Accredition – 6SigmaStudy, International Association for Six Sigma Certification(IASSC) and The Council for Six Sigma Certification are the only three accrediting organizations focused on Lean Six Sigma. We are an Accredited Training Organization of 6SigmaStudy for Yellow Belt, Green Belt and Black Belt Training Programs.Universal Lean Six Sigma Book of Knowledge – This course curriculum is designed by benchmarking BoK of 6SigmaStudy,ASQ, IASSC, CSSC etc. All that a Six Sigma belt needs to know is comprehensively covered. Live Case Study based approach – This course is integrated with a Live Case Study for Green Belt Course in the reference section; which will help you to understand how a problem is solved and Six Sigma project is executed step-by-step.Free E-mail Guidance – Reach out to iCertify’s 24×7 email Helpdesk for guidance and clarification. Offline Hands-on Activities – There are over 20 hands-on offline activities from “ClearCalls” case that you will solve across different sections, one step at a time thus You’ll learn by doing. Difficulty Level – Lectures in this course have been grouped as ‘Low’, ‘Medium’ and ‘High’ on difficulty level, thus enabling you to pay more attention & revise difficult lectures.Application Knowledge – 90% of lectures in this course are designed for you to ‘Apply’, ‘Analyze’, ‘Evaluate’ & ‘Create’ as per Bloom’s taxonomy.Free Proprietary Resources – Over 20 proprietary resources are included in this course for your future use at free of cost.Step-by-Step Instructions – For all tools, step-by-step instructions is included in templates for future use. Downloadable Study Guides -Crisp study guides is available for each sectionBuilt-in DMAIC Structure – For ease, this entire course is structured under 5 different phases of Six Sigma – DMAIC. Quiz -100+ multiple choice questions are included to test your knowledge. _________________________________Course Outline 1: Introduction to Six SigmaSix Sigma & its GoalsSix Sigma as a Performance Measure, Problem Solving Tool, & Management PhilosophyProblem Solving Tools Used in Six Sigma & its EvolutionVariation and Significance Critical-To-Quality Measures & Specification LimitsDefinition & Understanding of Defects & Defect OpportunitiesSource of Defects Variation & Off-Centered2: Six Sigma – Stakeholders, Customers and Financial MeasuresStakeholder Balance Scorecard and VOCData Types and Data Collection TechniquesKano Model, QFD and BrainstormingSix Sigma Performance metrics and Financial measuresFinancial Measure Case Study (example)3: Six Sigma ProjectRoles & ResponsibilitiesSetting up Six Sigma ProjectsProject Charter and Managing Team DynamicsBrainstorming, NGT Force Field Analysis and Multi-pivotingProject Management and PlanningProject Benefits, Translation Plan, & Project Duration GuidelinesProject Kick-off & Weekly MeetingsNeed for Project Scoping, Project Scoping & ToolsProcedure to use In Frame / Out Frame4: Define – Six Sigma ProcessDefinition of Define PhaseInputs to the Define PhaseTools used in Define PhaseOutputs of the Define PhaseProcess Mapping Tools, its Purpose, & TypesDefinition & Purpose of SIPOC, Cross-Functional Process Maps, Process Flowchart, Standard Operating ProcedureProcedure of SIPOC & Cross-Functional Process MapProcess States – As-is, Should-be & To-beValue to customer & Definition & Purpose of Process Value AnalysisValue Added, Non Value Added & Value Enabling ActivitiesImportant Terms & Procedure of Process Value Analysis 5: Measure -Six Sigma PhaseObjectives and inputs of the Measure PhaseData Collection Tools and techniquesMeasurement scales and validation techniquesOutputs of Measure PhaseDefinition & Procedure to Construct a Cause & Effect MatrixDefinition of Root Cause AnalysisDiscrete GRRTypes of Data – Attribute, Variable & Locational DataComparison & Conversion between Variable & Attribute DataTypes of Measurement Scales Nominal, Ordinal, Interval, & Ratio Scale6: Analyze – Six Sigma PhaseObjectives and Inputs of the Analyze phase Ishikawa DiagramFailure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)Hypothesis Testing and Process Capability StudyPaired Data – Paired t-Test, Preparation & ProcedureANOVA & F-test, Assumptions, Preparation & ProcedureDefinition & Procedure for Pareto ChartDefinition & Procedure of Control-Impact MatrixOutputs of the Analyze Phase7: Improve – Lean and Six Sigma Management Objectives and Inputs of the Improve PhaseReturn on Investment Solution Design Matrix and Design of ExperimentsBrainstorming Unstructured, & Structured BrainstormingBrainstorming Principles & TypesSolution Screening Techniques, Need, Approach, & Filtering TechniquesDefinition of Criteria Based Matrix (CBM) & ProcedureDefinition of Pugh Matrix & ProcedureManaging Six Sigma Process RisksTools Used in Risk Management, Definition & Approach to FMEADefinition of Failure Modes, Effects, Cause, Current ControlsPrioritizing Risks, Definition of Risk Priority Number & Calculation8: Control – Lean and Six Sigma ManagementObjectives and Inputs of Control PhaseControl plan and Statistical Process Control (SPC)Other Tools in Control PhaseOutputs of Control Phase
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As a society, we spend hundreds of billions of dollars measuring the return on our financial assets. Yet, at the same time, we still haven’t found convincing ways of measuring the return on our investments in developing people.
And I get it: If my bank account pays me 1% a year, I can measure it to the penny. We’ve been collectively trained to expect neat and precise ROI calculations on everything, so when it’s applied to something as seemingly squishy as how effectively people are learning in the workplace, the natural inclination is to throw up our hands and say it can’t be done. But we need to figure this out. In a world where skills beat capital, the winners and losers of the next 30 years will be determined by their ability to attract and develop great talent.
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