Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Transition

Integrate lean principles into instructed Six Sigma DMAIC methodology within a hands-on, classroom environment. Prove immediate results for your organization with an applied project to your organization that you design throughout the course. Black Belt instructors will also provide ongoing coaching after the course is completed.

Orlando, FL (7567)
Schedule and Travel Info
Begins March 30, 2015
Member: $5595.00
List: $5995.00
Milwaukee, WI (7958)
Begins July 13, 2015
Member: $5595.00
List: $5995.00
On-Site Training
Need to train a group of five or more? Consider on-site training.

If you have attended the ASQ Green Belt training, been certified as an ASQ Green Belt or received your training elsewhere but have proven project work this 2 week course is for you. It will enhance your skills and make you a more valuable contributor to any organization as a Black Belt. You will expand on your current knowledge base of lean and six sigma tools to the Black Belt level and be able to apply them to a wide variety of processes across all economic sectors including manufacturing, finance, non-profit, health care, education, service and government.
The material for this class was developed by a collaborative team of the leading subject matter experts specifically selected by ASQ for their expertise in the methodology, practical experience in a variety of industries and their ability to develop material that is relevant to all levels of expertise.
The training is based on ASQ's internationally recognized body of knowledge for black belts.

  • Learning Objectives
    • Achieve significant improvements in critical business processes.
    • Apply statistical and problem solving tools to an improvement project brought to class on the first day.
    • Reduce process variation.
    • Eliminate waste and defects by applying lean and Six Sigma.
    • Collect, analyze, and quantify data that enable process improvements.
    • Learn how to execute the Six Sigma methodology.
    • Establish and define process capability.
    • Identify and eliminate dominant process variation sources.
    • Characterize and optimize processes by computing and applying statistical techniques.
    • Design, simulate, and execute designed experiments that depict validated improvement.
    • Learn how to plan and implement process control to hold project gains.
  • Who Should Attend

    This course is designed for individuals from diverse organizational functions—operations, quality, logistics, finance, production, engineering, and other staff functions seeking to bring significant business results to their organizations. Participants are traditionally well versed in technical aspects of their jobs, are team leaders, and are effective project facilitators.

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    Prerequisites

    See Details for extensive list of Prerequisites.

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