Lean Six Sigma Black Belt - Blended

ASQ has been training Six Sigma for 15 years, and our instructors are among the most experienced and highly qualified available. Work through your own real-world project and enjoy personalized phone- and email-based coaching and unparalleled after-class support from our world-class instructors. As you work through the five months of this course, you’ll follow the e-Learning and attend five real-time, instructor-led, virtual (online) sessions and a three-day classroom event.

Milwaukee, WI (9817BLD)
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Begins December 15, 2016
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On-Site Training
Need to train a group of five or more? Consider on-site training.

Customize your learning experience with one-on-one telephone coaching and targeted instructor-led classroom time all aligned with your industry—manufacturing, service, or healthcare. Learn the quantitative and qualitative concepts of Lean Six Sigma and work your way through a real-world project. The project’s cost savings to your organization should pay for the training and then some! Follow your industry-specific e-Learning course, connect with your instructor in five real-time virtual sessions, spend three classroom days with your cohort and get one-on-one time during phone-based coaching sessions where you drive the agenda. This course covers the entire ASQ Six Sigma Black Belt Body of Knowledge. PLEASE NOTE: This course requires that your computer's regional language be set to U.S. English and that you have an English version of Microsoft Excel.

  • Learning Objectives
    • Apply disciplined methodologies in order to affect breakthrough improvements in critical processes.
    • Deliver significant, bottom-line cost savings and/or significant business results.
    • Develop skills to help collect, analyze, and quantify data to enable process improvements.
    • Apply statistical and problem-solving tools to an improvement project brought to class on the first day.
    • Reduce process variation.
    • Execute the Six Sigma methodology.
    • Establish and define process capability.
    • Compute and apply basic statistical techniques to characterize and optimize processes.
    • Identify and eliminate dominant process variation sources.
    • Design, simulate, and execute designed experiments that depict validated improvement.
    • Plan and implement process control.
  • Who Should Attend

    Professionals attending this course should be looking to bring significant cost savings to their organization, or interested in becoming a Six Sigma Black Belt and/or sitting for the ASQ Six Sigma Black Belt certification exam.

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