Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification (Online): Certified LSS Black Belt
Our self-paced online Lean Six Sigma Black Belt program covers all of the topics our classroom version covers. This version is geared toward people working in the manufacturing sector. For our healthcare / administrative / service sector version, click here. The format includes audio-visual presentation, case studies / readings, test completion, and project completion. And, like our classroom version, students will have the ability to contact the instructor with questions and requests for feedback on ideas and case exercises..
The program is self-paced, and students are given one year to complete the program. Upon completion of the program (including a final test and project submittal), students will receive a certificate (Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt) and 12 CEU's (Continuing Education Units). The program also provides students with a SigmaXL software license and multiple templates that they can modify to suit their own needs.
The program is accredited by the
Council for Six
To view our interactive live
remote LSS Black Belt program,
We can combine any of our programs with
additional virtual live coaching sessions.
Contact us for
details and a quote.
Instructor: Darren Dolcemascolo
Regular Price: $1695 (Discounted pricing is available for groups. Contact us).
Additional Cost for Materials: $20-$35 for purchase of Six Sigma Way Team Fieldbook (for required readings) and optional Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook.
System Requirements: Internet (broadband), Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat Reader.
We have converted all of our audio visual content to mp4 video; therefore,
the training can run on nearly any device that can handle mp4 video (phone,
tablet, PC, Mac).
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Topics Covered
Lean Six Sigma Principles and Overview
Lean Six Sigma Implementation
NPV (Net Present Value) Analysis
Value Stream Mapping
Lean Six Sigma Teams
Team Project Charter and Work Plan
Project Stakeholder Analysis
Measurable Customer Requirements
How to Determine What to Measure
Data Collection Methods and Forms
Developing Baseline Defect Measures
Measurement Systems Analysis/Gage R&R
Data Analysis- Exploring
Cause and Effect Analysis
Scatter Plot or Correlation Diagram
Inferential Statistics Primer
Hypothesis Testing: Normal and Non-Normal Data
Hypothesis Testing: Discrete Data
Hypothesis Testing: Correlation and Regression
Design of Experiments Overview
DOE: Factorial Designs
DOE: Fractional Factorial Designs
RSM: Response Surface Methods
Generating Creative Solutions- Brainstorming
Analyzing and Selecting Solutions- Decision Matrix
Autonomous Maintenance / TPM
Quick Changeover / SMED
Line Balancing/Operator Balance Charts
Continuous Flow Layouts
Control Plan Elements
Statistical Process Control
NOTE: If you would prefer to pay by purchase order/check (U.S. customers only) or if you have a group and would like a quote, please contact us or call us at 760-692-2404 (or toll free 866-559-5598) x31.
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