Canopus Six Sigma Green Belt

 

Canopus Business Management Group, backed by Lean Six Sigma experts offer Canopus Six Sigma Green Belt Certification. Our curriculum is based on universal body of knowledge & our certification is well recognized, economical and at par with industry certification standards. 

We are Accredited Training Organization of International Association for Six Sigma Certification (IASSC) & The Council for Six Sigma Certification (CSSC).

 

Features of Six Sigma Green Belt Course :

  • 21 chapters of Lean Six Sigma Green Belt body of knowledge
  • Total Learning Time 50-56 hours – an equivalent of 7 days of classroom training
  • Interactive audio-visual medium of virtual delivery
  • Access anywhere and anytime – No travel required!
  • About 20 hands-on activities based on live case study with solution keys
  • Exclusively designed for IT, ITES, manufacturing/process industry & services professionals
  • Loaded with industry examples
  • Interactive self-assessment quiz for every chapter
  • Crisp downloadable takeaways for each chapter
  • Elaborate Minitab/software screenshots
  • Excel templates for 20 important lean six sigma tools with step-by-step procedure

Course Features :

  • CBMG online training courses are developed based on the micro-learning concept. The duration of lecture videos is around 5 ~ 10 minutes/each.
  • Lectures are usually in asynchronous video format and securely hosted in our LMS.
  • All online courses are designed to take into consideration the learning experience and the knowledge acquisition of the participant in remote mode. Hence lectures have been segmented and grouped appropriately. For every video lecture, necessary tools, templates, case files, solution keys have been uploaded. Participants can download them on their local drive and practice.
  • After every lesson/chapter, a self-assessment quiz is included for the participant to validate his/her knowledge.
  • The delivery of the training content is by experienced IASSC Accredited Training Associate Instructors.

Green Belt Six Sigma Certification  – Way forward

After taking our course, if you fulfill our Certification criteria below, you will receive Canopus Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification that is widely accepted in Industry, being an Accredited Training Organization of IASSC.

At any time in future, you can additionally enhance your credibility as a Certified Lean Six Sigma  Professional by appearing for certification evaluations of IASSC (www.iassc.org) or ASQ (www.asq.org).

IASSC™ Accreditation does not constitute its’ approval or recognition of our own lean six sigma certification program. The only method to earn an IASSC certification is to successfully sit for and pass an official IASSC certification™ exam. We do upon request administer or provide access to IASSC Certification exams for an additional cost of $295 towards exam fees payable to IASSC.

Canopus Six Sigma Certification Criteria

  1. Completion of 21 chapters of online Six Sigma Green Belt course offered by Canopus Business Management Group
  2. Clear online Lean Six Sigma exam** conducted by Canopus Business Management Group (in two attempts)
  3. Submit proof for application of Lean Six Sigma concepts(Application of at least 5 Lean Six Sigma Tools to real-life problem or 1 Lean Six Sigma project)
  4. At the discretion of Canopus, you may have to take viva by Lean Six Sigma industry experts

(Note: For retake fees, contact us)

Validity

  • 90 days access with 1 year validity to online Six Sigma Green Belt course
  • 15 days access for appearing for certification after completing online course

Six Sigma Green Belt Course Content

For the convenience of the student, 21 chapters covering universal body of knowledge have been logically organized in Lean Six Sigma DMAIC structure as follows:

CBMG LEAN SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT BoK

Unit 1: Introduction to Six Sigma I

  • Six Sigma & its Goals
  • Six Sigma as a Performance Measure, Problem Solving Tool, & Management Philosophy
  • Problem Solving Tools Used in Six Sigma & its Evolution
  • Variation and Significance
  • Critical-To-Quality Measures & Specification Limits
  • Definition & Understanding of Defects & Defect Opportunities
  • Source of Defects – Variation & Off-Centered

Unit 2: Introduction to Six Sigma II

  • DPMO, DPM, Sigma Scores and Percentages
  • Lean, Goals of Lean & Lean Six Sigma
  • Six Sigma Problem Solving Methodologies
  • Six Sigma Tool Kit & Business Process Management Model

Unit 3: Six Sigma Problem Solving

  • Business Problem and Six Sigma Project & its Sources
  • Generic Model & Approach to Business Problem Solving
  • Logic and Intuition, Just do It, DMAIC, & DFSS – IDOV
  • Selecting the Right Problem Solving Method
  • Need & Criteria for Project Selection
  • Project Selection tools – Pareto Diagram, & Project Selection Matrix
  • DMAIC Project Roadmap & Characteristics of Problem Solving
  • Project Tools, Tollgate Review & Project Durations

Unit 4: Six Sigma Roles & Responsibilities

  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Yellow, Green, Black, & Master Black Belt
  • Champion / Process Owner & Deployment Champion
  • Certification Criteria to be a Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt & Master Black Belt
  • Career Chances: Six Sigma Professionals
  • Types of Certification & ASQ/IASSC Certification Criteria

Unit 5: Listening to Customer

  • Customer – Internal & External
  • Voice of Customer (VOC) & Need for Voice of Customer
  • Verbatim & Verbatim to Requirements
  • Gather VOCs – Direct & Indirect Method
  • Methods of Gathering VOC & Analyse VOC
  • Definition & Procedure for Affinity Diagram
  • Customer Priorities & Kano Model
  • Customer Requirements – Must-Be’s, Delighters, One Dimensional
  • Quality Function Deployment
  • Importance & When to use QFD

Unit 6: Define – Completing a Project Charter

  • Definition & Elements of Project Charter
  • Business Case & Problem Statement
  • Measure of Success of a Project
  • Primary and Secondary Metrics
  • Goal Statement
  • Team Members & Roles
  • Project Benefits, Translation Plan, & Project Duration Guidelines
  • Project Kick-off & Weekly Meetings
  • Need for Project Scoping, Project Scoping & Tools
  • Procedure to use In Frame / Out Frame

Unit 7: Define – Process Mapping Tools

  • Process Mapping Tools, its Purpose, & Types
  • Definition & Purpose of SIPOC, Cross-Functional Process Maps, Process Flowchart, Standard Operating Procedure
  • Procedure of SIPOC & Cross-Functional Process Map
  • X-Y Diagram
  • Process States – As-is, Should-be & To-be
  • Value to customer & Definition & Purpose of Process Value Analysis
  • Value Added, Non-Value Added & Value Enabling Activities
  • Important Terms & Procedure of Process Value Analysis

Unit 8: Measure – Cause & Effect Relationships

  • Cause & Effect,  Types of Causes – Possible, Potential, & Root Causes
  • Cause & Effect Diagram, Structure, Purpose, Benefits & Procedure of Cause & Effect Diagram
  • 5 Why & Performing 5 Why
  • Construct a Cause & Effect Matrix & interpret it
  • Root Cause Analysis – Practical, Graphical and Analytical.

Unit 9: Measure – Data Types

  • Data Collection Roadmap
  • Types of Data – Attribute, Variable & Locational Data
  • Comparison & Conversion between Variable & Attribute Data
  • Types of Measurement Scales – Nominal, Ordinal, Interval, & Ratio Scale

Unit 10: Measure – Data Sampling

  • Need & Applications of Data Sampling
  • Sampling Strategy & Approach for Sampling Plan
  • Population & Process Sampling
  • Sample Size Computation & Need
  • Computing Discrete & Continuous Data Sample Size

Unit 11: Measure – Data Collection

  • Data Collection Roadmap
  • Data Collection Plan, Template
  • Data Collection Methods

Unit 13: Measure – Intro to Business Statistics II

  • Probability Distribution, Types, & Importance
  • Multi – Vari Analysis
  • Measures of Central Tendency – Mean, Median, Mode
  • Relationship between Mean Median & Mode
  • Measures of Dispersion – Range, Span, Variance, Standard Deviation
  • Types of Descriptive Statistics – Graphical, Numerical
  • Application & Properties of a Normal Distribution
  • Outlier, Confidence Limits, Confidence Level & Confidence Intervals
  • Definition of Central Limit Theorem & its relevance

Unit 14: Measure – Graphical Methods

  • Interpretation, & Procedure of Histogram
  • Interpretation, & Procedure of Box Plot
  • Skewness & Kurtosis
  • Normality Test & its Procedure
  • Stem-and-Leaf Plot, Run Charts, Scatter Plots
  • Run Chart Patterns & Interpretation
  • Interpretation of Scatter Plots – Direction, Shape, & Strength of Relationship

Unit 15: Measure – Assessing Capability & Performance

  • Measures of Current Performance – Process Capability, Process Capability Study & Indices
  • Traditional Measures – Cp, Cpk  & Cpm & their Acceptable Limits
  • Sigma Capability, Computation of Sigma Scores & Z Tables
  • Long Term Vs Short Term & Long Term Indices

Unit 16: Analyze – Theory of Hypothesis Testing

  • Hypothesis – Introduction
  • Hypothesis Statements – Null & Alternative Hypothesis
  • Significance Levels, & Alpha Values
  • Tests of Significance – Statistical & Practical Significance
  • Test Statistic & P Value & Its Interpretation
  • Errors in Hypothesis Testing & Types of Errors

Unit 17: Analyze – Performing Hypothesis Test

  • Hypothesis Tests for Means, Variance, Proportions
  • Selection of Hypothesis Tests & Criteria for Selection
  • Z-Test, Z-statistic, & Assumptions
  • t-Test, t-Statistic, 1-t Test & 2-t Test, & Assumptions
  • Paired Data – Paired t-Test, Preparation & Procedure
  • ANOVA & F-test, Assumptions, Preparation & Procedure
  • Mann-Whitney
  • Kruskal – Wallis
  • Mood’s Median
  • Friedman
  • 1 Sample Sign
  • 1 Sample Wilcoxon
  • Chi-square Test & Statistic, Assumptions, Preparation & Procedure
  • Proportions Test – 1-p Test & 2-p Test, Assumptions, Preparation & Procedure

Unit 18: Analyze – Correlation & Regression

  • Correlation, Regression, Scatter Plots, & Correlation Coefficient
  • Residuals Analysis
  • Non- Linear Regression
  • Confidence & Prediction Intervals
  • Residuals Analysis
  • Data Transformation, Box Cox
  • Procedure of Simple Linear Correlation & Interpretation of Scatter Plots
  • Application of Regression & its Types
  • Regression Line of Fit, Regression Equation, & its Statistical Significance
  • R-SQ Value & Procedure of Simple Regression
  • Prioritization of Causes, & Pareto Principle and Procedure for Pareto Chart
  • Procedure of Control-Impact Matrix

Unit 19: Improve – Lean Management Systems

  • Origin, Principles & Goals of Lean
  • Value, Value Stream, Concept of Muda (Waste) & Categories of Waste
  • 7 Types of Wastes, How to Identify them, & Waste Identification Template
  • Value Stream Mapping (VSM), Symbols, Benefits & Procedure
  • Push System, Pull System, Single Piece Flow, 5S, Kaizen, SMED, Poka-Yoke
  • Types of Poka-Yoke – Shut Down, Prevention, Warning, Instructions
  • Heijunka & Visual Control

Unit 20: Improve – Generating & Screening Solutions

  • Approach to Solution Generation, Definition, & Types of Lateral Thinking
  • Edward De Bono, Definition & Concept of Random Stimulus
  • Brainstorming – Unstructured, & Structured Brainstorming
  • Brainstorming Principles & Types
  • Solution Screening Techniques, Need, Approach, & Filtering Techniques
  • N/3 Voting & Procedure, Pay Off Matrix & Procedure, Criteria Based Matrix (CBM) & Procedure, Pugh Matrix & Procedure

Unit 21: Improve – Failure Mode Effects Analysis

  • Managing Six Sigma Process Risks
  • Failure Modes, Effects, Cause, Current Controls
  • Prioritizing Risks, Definition of Risk Priority Number & Calculation
  • Risk Mitigation Strategies & Application of FMEA
  • Definition of DFMEA

Unit 21: Control – Control Plan

  • Process Control, Role of Process Control in 6 projects & in Control Phase
  • Process Control Plan, Control Parameters, Method of Control
  • Reaction Plan & Procedure
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC), History, & its Application
  • CumSum Chart
  • EWMA Chart
  • Purpose, Selection & Interpretation of Control Charts
  • Control Limits, Normal Distribution, Specification Limits
  • Stability Tests & Guidelines for Stability Tests
  • Solutions Implementation & Statistical Validation of Improvements
  • Post-Improvement Capability Analysis, Project Documentation & Benefits
  • Project Closure & Translation Plan

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