At the conclusion of the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course, students should:
• Understand the DMAIC methodology and the importance of each phase.
• Be able to identify process improvement projects in their work area.
• Be able to define a problem and translate the problem into quantifiable metrics that can be utilized to measure success of a process improvement.
• Be able to create a data collection plan that will establish the current state of a process.
• Be able to create a process flow diagram and identify waste in the process.
• Be able to identify the potential causes of a problem.
• Understand basic measures such as mean and standard deviation and how they can be utilized to quantify and improve business issues.
• Be able to assess process capability and provide a sigma level for the process.
• Understand the components of the FMEA and how it is utilized to develop a corrective action plan.
• Utilize Minitab to provide graphical analysis of process data.
• Be able to utilize Minitab to perform statistical analysis.
• Understand the principles of Statistical Process Control and how it can be used to prevent defects.
Thursday’s January 10, 31, February 14, 28 & March 14, 2013
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
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