Improving Process Performance Using Six Sigma® will help you identify the real root causes of your business and product problems and teach you to develop solutions that prevent them from happening again.

The Six Sigma® course provides an improvement framework to analyze data with the goal of making more informed business decisions. You will use a hands-on, problem solving approach to learn the necessary tools, methods, and practices without having to memorize statistics and statistical theory.

Leveraging industry best practices such as Six Sigma® and Goal-Driven Software Measurement, you will also learn how to balance project and process performance, quality, schedule, and cost.

Is Six Sigma only for Quality people?

No, That’s a myth. Quality is just one part of Six Sigma. Six sigma is been adopted by all sectors – IT, Manufacturing, Production, Pharmaceuticals, etc. IT companies like Wipro are also practicing Six Sigma on a high scale and are benefited by the outcomes. It is basically for all industries and for anyone and everyone. This course is been designed to find out defects in processes and systems. It also aims at reducing defects and errors in process.

Is Six Sigma Certification Right for You and for Your Business? Why do Six Sigma® ?

The great thing about six sigma® certification is that it is perfect for all businesses and individuals, whether you are a large corporation producing a product or a small business that specializes in customer service.

Six Sigma® Training will help your business improve productivity and increase the bottom line. Sigma is a very flexible program that gets everyone working together towards one common goal and that is improving the quality of whatever you produce, thus improving your company’s profitability.For more information click here “Academy for International Benchmarking”

The different levels of Six Sigma® Certification give each and every employee the chance to contribute to the solution to the businesses problems. This creates a feeling of team work and unity, also allows each and every employee to realize they are valued by the company.

Levels of Six Sigma

  • Six Sigma® Yellow Belt
  • Six Sigma® Green Belt
  • Six Sigma® Black Belt

Six Sigma® Certification Eligibility Criteria

Six Sigma® Green Belt Certification :

  • Five Days ie, 32 hours of Training awards specific to Six Sigma Education (Awarded by QUICKWIN).
  • Bachelor’s Degree or more
  • One project demonstrating Six Sigma concept, tools, techniques and methodologies
  • Minimum 3years of professional Work experience
  • Without a Bachelor ’s Degree, Applicants must have a minimum 5 years of professional Work experience
  • Target Audience

    • Project Manager
    • Program Manager
    • System Analyst
    • Delivery Manager
    • Team coordinator
    • Functional Manager
    • Product Manager
    • Marketing Executive
    • Marketing manager
    • Sales Team Member
    • Production Team Member

    Course Duration

    • Six Sigma® Yellow Belt Certification :
      Duration : 3 days
      Awards : 24
    • Six Sigma® Green Belt Certification :
      Duration : 4 days
      Awards : 32
    • Six Sigma® Black Belt Certification :
      Duration : 5 days
      Awards : 40

    Important Concepts of Six Sigma®

    • Lean integration with Six Sigma
    • Benchmarking
    • Five phases of six sigma, Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control,
    • Voice of The Customer VOC
    • CTQ flow down, QFD matrix, Kano Model, COPQ
    • SIPOC methodology, KPIV & KPOV
    • Nominal, Ordinal & Interval Measurement Scales
    • AIAG method
    • Central Limit Theorem
    • Descriptive & Inferential statistics
    • Wiebul, geometric, hyper-geometric, normal, Chi-square, F distributions
    • Short term & long term Process Capability, Capability Indices
    • Regression, Multivariate Tools ,Multi-Vari Studies
    • Hypothesis Testing, Point and Interval Estimates
    • Moods median test, Kruskal Wallis test
    • Root Cause Analysis
    • DOE: One-Factor, Fractional Factorial, Full Factorial Experiments
    • 8 typical Wastes MUDA
    • Cycle Time Reduction, One piece flow, SMED
    • Kaizen, Kaizen Blitz
    • Theory of Constraints
    • Statistical Process Control
    • Control Charts like X bar R, moving average moving range, p, u, c charts
    • TPM
    • Visual Factory