ILSSI Branded Online Course: Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

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ILSSI Branded Online Course: Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

£95.00

The ILSSI Certificate in Lean Six Sigma Black Belt is a confirmation of your ability to manage enterprise-wide improvement projects spanning value streams made up of multiple departments and functions, successfully working with a team of subject matter experts to apply Lean Six Sigma principles, tools, and methods to perform complex assessments and analyses to solve problems, eliminate waste and constraints to flow, and improve processes.  As a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, you are also able to assist senior management in developing and implementing a highly-customized enterprise deployment of Lean.

The ILSSI Certificate in Lean Six Sigma Black Belt is a confirmation of your ability to manage enterprise-wide improvement projects spanning value streams made up of multiple departments and functions, successfully working with a team of subject matter experts to apply Lean Six Sigma principles, tools, and methods to perform complex assessments and analyses to solve problems, eliminate waste and constraints to flow, and improve processes. As a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, you are also able to assist senior management in developing and implementing a highly-customized enterprise deployment of Lean. It is recommended that you complete the required courses in the following order;

 L001 Introduction to Lean
 S001 Introduction to Six Sigma
 S001-1 Introduction to DMAIC
 L002-1 Writing Effective Problem Statements
 L002-2 Introduction to Kaizen
 L002-3 Using the A3 Report for Rapid Improvement
 L002-4 SIPOC Mapping
 L003-1 Understanding and Implementing 5S/6S
 L003-2 Implementing and Facilitating Lean “Huddles”
 L003-3 Visual Workplace
 L003-4 Standard Work
 L004-1 Mapping the Process
 L004-2 Spaghetti Diagrams
 L004-3 Gemba (Waste) Walks
 S002-1 Failure Modes and Effects Analysis
 S002-2 Error-Proofing/Mistake-proofing
 S003 Controlling the Process
 S004 Assessing Process Capability
 L005-1 Constructing Project Charters
 L005-2 Managing Change
 L006-1 Brainstorming, Affinity Diagrams & Team Voting
 L006-2 Cause & Effect Diagrams & the Five Whys
 L006-3 Pareto Charts and the 80/20 Rule
 L007 Value Stream Mapping
 L008 Kanban and Material Management
 L009-1 Work levelling/Load Balancing
 L009-2 Work Cell Design & Improved Office/Facility Layout
 L010 Rapid Changeover Techniques/SMED
 L011 Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
 L012 Process Control Plans and Control Charts
 S005 Introduction to Basic Statistics
 S006-1 The Normal Distribution
 S006-2 The Standard Normal (Z) Distribution
 S006-3 Testing for Normality
 S007-1 Graphical Analysis – The Histogram
 S007-2 Graphical Analysis – The Boxplot
 S007-3 Graphical Analysis – The Scatter Plot
 L013 Lean Deployment Strategy and Methods
 L014 Lean and Green: The Environmental Benefits
 S008 Central Limit Theorem and Confidence Intervals
 S009 Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
 S010 Data Collection and Sampling
 S011 MSA – Gauge R & R Studies
 S012 MSA – Attribute Agreement Analysis
 S013-1 Process Capability Measures – Discrete
 S013-2 Process Capability Measures – Continuous
 S014 Correlation and Simple Linear Regression
 S015 Discrete & Continuous Probability Distributions
 S016 Hypothesis Testing – Mean and Median
 S017 Test for Equal Variance
 S018 Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) and ANOM
 S019-1 Proportion Testing
 S019-2 Chi-Square Analysis
 S020-1 Voice of the Customer – Kano Analysis
 S020-2 Voice of the Customer – Net Promoter Score
 S021 Use of Data Transformation in Analysis
 S022 Introduction to Logistic Regression
 S023 Introduction to General Linear Models (GLM)
 S024 Introduction to Reliability Life Data Analysis
 S025 Introduction to Design of Experiments (DOE)
 S028 Introduction to Design for Six Sigma