Six Sigma Green Belt

Six Sigma Green Belt

When:Aug 30 - Sep 03,  8:00 am - 5:00 pm,   Auburn, AL
Oct 04 - 08,  8:00 am - 5:00 pm,   Auburn, AL
Price:   $2600

*10% discount for multiple attendees from the same company

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About the Course

The Green Belt class focuses on basic project management skills, with the addition of more detailed analysis of data, experimental techniques, and decision making. The Green Belt class requires about 60 hours of work, about 28 hours pre-work before class and 36 in class (5 day class) . Although the material requires only basic math skills, familiarity with using a calculator, looking up data in tables, and choosing the correct formulas are critical to success. An open book exam covering the pre-work and class work material completes the week. A project is not required for the Green Belt, but many organizations require their team members to complete a project in-house. Project coaching is available upon request.

Green Belt classes are highly interactive, using multiple simulations and examples to teach the concepts and keep class interesting and applicable to common business challenges.

Green Belt Topics

  • The Role of Six Sigma & Lean
  • Defining Six Sigma Projects in alignment with organizational goals
  • Quality Techniques- FMEA, Design for Six Sigma
  • Managing Six Sigma Projects and Teams
  • Process analysis and Documentation
  • Probability, Distributions and basic statistical calculations
  • Measurement and Sampling of Processes and Capabilities- Gage R&R, Cp, Cpk
  • Analysis of data
  • Hypothesis testing
  • Design of Experiments
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Project Control

Six Sigma classes are offered multiple times each year in an open enrollment format at various locations around the state of Alabama. We also offer on-site classes for companies who have enough students for a full class. Companies sometimes host open enrollment classes at their facilities if there is enough local interest.

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Hank Czarnecki

Hank Czarnecki

Director of Auburn Technical Assistance Center