Certified Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training in Salt Lake City, Utah (UT)

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What is this course about?
Six Sigma is a set of techniques and tools which seeks to focus on customer requirements through minimizing variability in manufacturing and improving process quality. Six sigma’s emphasis is on improving the capability of a process rather than controlling product quality.

Simplilearn’s training in Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB) is an ideal course package for every aspiring professional who wants to make his/her career in the quality sector. The Six Sigma Green Belt professional will be able to lead or support improvement projects and lead Green Belt projects.

The CSSGB training focuses on all the aspects of DMAIC. It also helps you execute and interpret the Six Sigma tools and techniques.

Why is this course popular?
Six Sigma, a business strategy that is widely used across industries, was originally developed by Motorola Inc. Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB) helps professionals to establish skills in the methodology for eliminating defects in a process. The certification helps potential employers to achieve operational excellence. Also, the Six Sigma Green Belt certified professional can increase an organization’s revenue by streamlining the process and thus becomes an asset to an organization.

What learning benefits do you get from Simplilearn’s training?
The CSSGB training offered by Simplilearn will introduce you to the concept of Six Sigma. The course extensively focuses on Six Sigma tools and methodologies for removing the waste caused by variation within a business process.

At the end of Simplilearn’s training in CSSGB, participants will be able to:
  • Describe the basics of Six Sigma
  • Describe the activities of the Define phase
  • Explain the tasks performed in the Measure phase
  • Perform data analysis and hypothesis testing in the Analyze phase
  • Identify the possible improvement actions for the performance of variations in the Improve phase
  • Define efficient operating levels for KPIV and KPOV in the Control phase
What are the career benefits of this course?
Knowledge of Certified Six Sigma Green Belt enables you to understand real-world business problems, increase an organization’s revenue by streamlining the process, and become an asset to an organization.
  • According to Indeed.com, the national average salary for a Certified Green Belt is $72,000 per year in the United States.
  • According to Villanova University, employers such as UnitedHealth Group, Honeywell, GE and Volkswagen have been actively seeking professionals with Six Sigma certification to fill a variety of positions.
The certification enhances your skills and enables you to perform roles like Quality Manager, Quality Analyst, Finance Manager, Supervisor, Quality Control, etc.

How do I become a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt professional from ASQ?
You can get certified from ASQ in CSSGB by appearing for the ASQ Certified Six Sigma Green Belt exam and scoring a minimum of 550 points out of 750 total points.

It is an open book exam. Participants are allowed to refer to the training module, online sources, and tables, as prescribed by the facilitator.

Who should do this course?
CSSGB training is suitable for Quality System Managers, Supervisors, Operations Managers, Finance and Commercial Managers, and professionals who want to apply the methodologies and quality control process within an organization.

What qualifications do you need?
The Six Sigma Green Belt certification requires three to four years of work experience.
Basic knowledge of Six Sigma tools is a minimum requirement while working knowledge of DMAIC approach would be an added advantage.

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  • Certified Six Sigma Green Belt
      Course Introduction Lesson 00 - Course Overview
      • 0.1 Course Overview   1:00 Complete view
      • 0.2 Objectives   1:00 Complete view
      • 0.3 About Simplilearn's CSSGB Course    
      • 0.4 Course Overview     1:00
      • 0.5 Target Audience And Course Prerequisites     1:00
      • 0.6 Value Of CSSGB For Professionals     1:00
      • 0.7 Value Of CSSGB For Organizations    
      • 0.8 Lessons Covered     1:00
      • 0.9 Exam Pattern     1:00
      • 0.10 About CSSGB Exam     1:00
      • 0.11 Six Sigma Green Belt Certification     1:00
      • 0.12 Sources Of Information    
      • 0.13 Thank You    
      Lesson 01 - Overview of Six Sigma and Organizational Goals
      • 1.1 Overview of Six Sigma and Organizational Goals    
      • 1.2 Objectives    
      • 1.3 Topic 1 Six Sigma And Organizational Goals    
      • 1.4 Introduction To Six Sigma     1:00
      • 1.5 What Is A Process     1:00
      • 1.6 Process of Six Sigma    
      • 1.7 List of DMAIC Tools    
      • 1.8 How Does Six Sigma Work     1:00
      • 1.9 Six Sigma Terms    
      • 1.10 Sigma Level Chart    
      • 1.11 Benefits Of Six Sigma     1:00
      • 1.12 Six Sigma And Quality     1:00
      • 1.13 History Of Quality     3:00
      • 1.14 Quality Gurus    
      • 1.15 History of Six Sigma    
      • 1.16 Six Sigma And The Business System     1:00
      • 1.17 Six Sigma Projects and Organizational Goals    
      • 1.18 Six Sigma Team     2:00
      • 1.19 Organizational Drivers And Metrics     2:00
      • 1.20 Balanced Scorecard Framework    
      • 1.21 Developing A Balanced Scorcard     1:00
      • 1.22 Four Box Model Of Bsc Vs Strategy Maps     2:00
      • 1.23 Impact On The Organization     2:00
      • 1.24 Topic 2 Lean Principles    
      • 1.25 Lean Concepts    
      • 1.26 Lean Concepts Process Issues    
      • 1.27 Types Of Waste     2:00
      • 1.28 Other Lean Wastes     1:00
      • 1.29 Identifying the Waste Type Exercise    
      • 1.30 Lean Process    
      • 1.31 Lean Process Identify Value     1:00
      • 1.32 Lean Process Value Stream Mapping    
      • 1.33 Lean Process Flow Pull and Perfection    
      • 1.34 Pull Vs Push     1:00
      • 1.35 Theory of Constraints    
      • 1.36 Theory Of Constraints Example     2:00
      • 1.37 Theory Of Constraints Example     1:00
      • 1.38 Topic 3 Design For Six Sigma    
      • 1.39 Design For Six Sigma     1:00
      • 1.40 Processes for DFSS     2:00
      • 1.41 IDOV Vs DMADV     1:00
      • 1.42 DFSS Tools Quality Function Deployment     1:00
      • 1.43 DFSS Tools Failure Modes And Effects Analysis     1:00
      • 1.44 PFMEA And DFMEA     1:00
      • 1.45 FMEA Risk Priority Number     1:00
      • 1.46 FMEA Table     1:00
      • 1.47 RPN And Scale Criteria Severity     1:00
      • 1.48 RPN And Scale Criteria Occurrence     1:00
      • 1.49 RPN And Scale Criteria Detection     1:00
      • 1.50 Example Of FMEA And RPN     1:00
      • 1.51 Quiz    
      • 1.52 Summary     1:00
      • 1.53 Thank You    
      Lesson 02 - Define
      • 2.1 Introduction To Define    
      • 2.2 Objectives     1:00
      • 2.3 Topic 1 Project Identification    
      • 2.4 Prerequisites Of A Six Sigma Project     2:00
      • 2.5 Introduction To Define Phase     1:00
      • 2.6 Benchmarking     2:00
      • 2.7 Benchmarking best Practices     1:00
      • 2.8 Project Selection    
      • 2.9 Process Business Process And Business System     1:00
      • 2.10 Process Elements    
      • 2.11 SIP Output Interaction    
      • 2.12 Challenges Of Business Process Improvement     1:00
      • 2.13 Owners And Stakeholders     1:00
      • 2.14 Effects Of Process Failure On Stakeholders     1:00
      • 2.15 Business Stakeholder Relationship    
      • 2.16 Importance And Relevance Of Stakeholder Analysis     1:00
      • 2.17 Topic 2 Voice of the Customer    
      • 2.18 Identify Customer     1:00
      • 2.78 Tree Diagram     2:00
      • 2.20 External Customers    
      • 2.21 Positive Effects Of Project On Customers     2:00
      • 2.22 Collect Customer Data     1:00
      • 2.23 Questionnaire    
      • 2.24 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Questionnaire     1:00
      • 2.25 Telephone Survey Vs. Web Survey     1:00
      • 2.26 Focus Group    
      • 2.27 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Focus Group     1:00
      • 2.28 Interview    
      • 2.29 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Interview     1:00
      • 2.30 Importance And Urgency Of Various Inputs     3:00
      • 2.31 Customer Complaints     1:00
      • 2.32 Product Complaint Vs. Expedited Service Request     1:00
      • 2.33 Importance And Urgency Of Various Inputs     2:00
      • 2.34 Key Elements Of Data Collection Tools     1:00
      • 2.35 Review Of Collected Data     2:00
      • 2.36 Voice Of Customer     1:00
      • 2.37 Importance Of Translating Customer Requirements     1:00
      • 2.38 Critical to Quality    
      • 2.39 Quality Function Deployment     1:00
      • 2.40 Phases Of Qfd     1:00
      • 2.41 Structure of QFD    
      • 2.42 Post Hoq Matrix     1:00
      • 2.43 Topic 3 Voice Of The Customer    
      • 2.44 Problem Statement     1:00
      • 2.45 Isis Not Template     1:00
      • 2.46 Project Objectives Criteria     2:00
      • 2.47 Project Documentation     2:00
      • 2.48 Project Charter    
      • 2.49 Project Charter Sections     1:00
      • 2.50 Project Plan     1:00
      • 2.51 Project Scope    
      • 2.52 Interpretation Of Project Scope     1:00
      • 2.53 Process Maps     1:00
      • 2.54 Project Metrics    
      • 2.55 Consequential Metrics     1:00
      • 2.56 Consequential Metrics Example    
      • 2.57 Consequential Metrics Best Practices     1:00
      • 2.58 Project Planning Tools     1:00
      • 2.59 Pareto Chart     1:00
      • 2.60 Pareto Charts Example     1:00
      • 2.61 Network Diagrams     1:00
      • 2.62 Network Diagrams Terms     1:00
      • 2.63 Critical Path Method     2:00
      • 2.64 Project Evaluation and Review Technique    
      • 2.65 Gantt Chart    
      • 2.66 Work Breakdown Structure    
      • 2.67 Risk     1:00
      • 2.68 Risk Analysis and Management    
      • 2.69 Elements Of Risk Analysis     2:00
      • 2.70 Benefits Of Risk Analysis     1:00
      • 2.71 Risk Assessment Matrix    
      • 2.72 Project Closure     1:00
      • 2.73 Goals Of Project Closure Report     1:00
      • 2.74 Project Closure Activities     3:00
      • 2.75 Topic 4 Management And Planning Tools    
      • 2.76 Affinity Diagram     2:00
      • 2.77 Interrelationship Diagram     2:00
      • 2.79 Prioritization Matrices    
      • 2.80 Matrix Diagram     1:00
      • 2.81 Types of Matrices    
      • 2.82 Process Decision Program Chart     2:00
      • 2.83 Activity Network Diagram     1:00
      • 2.84 Topic 5 Business Results For Projects    
      • 2.85 Defect per Unit    
      • 2.86 Throughput Yield     1:00
      • 2.87 Rolled Throughput Yield     1:00
      • 2.88 FPY and RTY Example    
      • 2.89 Defect per Million Opportunities    
      • 2.90 Cost of Quality    
      • 2.91 Process Capability     1:00
      • 2.92 Process Capability Indices     1:00
      • 2.93 Process Capability Indices Example    
      • 2.94 Cpk And Cp Interpretations     1:00
      • 2.95 Topic 6 Team Dynamics And Performance    
      • 2.96 Team Stages    
      • 2.97 Team Stages Forming     1:00
      • 2.98 Team Stages Storming     1:00
      • 2.99 Team Stages Norming     1:00
      • 2.100 Team Stages Performing     1:00
      • 2.101 Team Stages Adjourning     1:00
      • 2.102 Negative Dynamics     2:00
      • 2.103 Group Challenges    
      • 2.104 Six Sigma Team And Their Responsibilities     4:00
      • 2.105 Modes of Communication    
      • 2.106 Communication within the Team     1:00
      • 2.107 Communication With Stakeholders     1:00
      • 2.108 Communication Techniques     2:00
      • 2.109 Team Tools Nominal Group Technique    
      • 2.110 Team Tools Brainstorming    
      • 2.111 Team Tools Nominal Group Technique    
      • 2.112 Quiz    
      • 2.113 Summary     2:00
      • 2.114 Thank You    
      Lesson 03 - Measure
      • 3.1 Measure    
      • 3.2 Objectives     1:00
      • 3.3 Topic 1 Process Analysis And Documentation    
      • 3.4 Introduction To Measure Phase    
      • 3.5 Process Modeling    
      • 3.6 Process Mapping     1:00
      • 3.7 Flowchart    
      • 3.8 Written Procedures     1:00
      • 3.9 Work Instructions    
      • 3.10 Process Input And Output Variables     1:00
      • 3.11 Topic 2 Probability And Statistics    
      • 3.12 Probability    
      • 3.13 Basic Properties of Probability    
      • 3.14 Probability Common Terms and Example    
      • 3.15 Probability Concepts    
      • 3.16 Multiplication Rules or AND Rules    
      • 3.17 Multiplication Rules or AND Rules (contd.)    
      • 3.18 Permutation And Combination     1:00
      • 3.19 Calculating Permutation and Combination Example    
      • 3.20 Types Of Statistics     1:00
      • 3.21 Analytical Statistics    
      • 3.22 Types Of Errors     2:00
      • 3.23 Central Limit Theorem     1:00
      • 3.24 Central Limit Theorem Graph     1:00
      • 3.25 Central Limit Theorem Conclusions     1:00
      • 3.26 Topic 3 Statistical Distributions    
      • 3.27 Discrete Probability Distribution     1:00
      • 3.28 Binomial Distribution     2:00
      • 3.29 Binomial Distribution (contd.)     1:00
      • 3.30 Calculating Binomial Distribution Example    
      • 3.31 Poisson Distribution     2:00
      • 3.32 Poisson Distribution Formula     1:00
      • 3.33 Calculating Poisson Distribution Example    
      • 3.34 Normal Distribution     1:00
      • 3.35 Normal Distribution (contd.)     1:00
      • 3.36 Calculating Normal Distribution Example    
      • 3.37 Z Table Usage     1:00
      • 3.38 Z Table     1:00
      • 3.39 Using Z Table Example     2:00
      • 3.40 Chi Square Distribution     1:00
      • 3.41 Chi Square Distribution Formula    
      • 3.42 T Distribution     1:00
      • 3.43 F Distribution     1:00
      • 3.44 Topic 4 Collecting And Summarizing Data    
      • 3.45 Types of Data    
      • 3.46 Selecting Data Type     2:00
      • 3.47 Measurement Scales     2:00
      • 3.48 Assuring Data Accuracy    
      • 3.49 Simple Random Sampling Vs Stratified Sampling     1:00
      • 3.50 Data Collection Methods Check Sheets     1:00
      • 3.51 Data Coding     2:00
      • 3.52 Descriptive Statistics Measures of Central Tendency    
      • 3.53 Mean Median and Mode Example    
      • 3.54 Mean Median And Mode Outliers     1:00
      • 3.55 Descriptive Statistics Measures Of Dispersion     1:00
      • 3.56 Measures Of Dispersion Range     1:00
      • 3.57 Measures Of Dispersion Variance     1:00
      • 3.58 Measures Of Dispersion Standard Deviation     1:00
      • 3.59 Descriptive Statistics Frequency Distribution     1:00
      • 3.60 Cumulative Frequency Distribution     2:00
      • 3.61 Graphical Methods Stem And Leaf Plots     2:00
      • 3.62 Graphical Methods Box And Whisker Plots     2:00
      • 3.63 Graphical Methods Scatter Diagrams     1:00
      • 3.64 Scatter Diagrams Types of Correlation    
      • 3.65 Graphical Methods Histogram     1:00
      • 3.66 Graphical Methods Normal Probability Plots     1:00
      • 3.67 Topic 5 Measurement System Analysis    
      • 3.68 Measurement System Analysis     1:00
      • 3.69 Measurement System Analysis Objectives     1:00
      • 3.70 Measurement Analysis     1:00
      • 3.71 Types of Measurement Errors    
      • 3.72 Sources Of Variation     1:00
      • 3.73 Gage Repeatability And Reproducibility     1:00
      • 3.74 Components Of Grr Study     1:00
      • 3.75 Guidelines For Grr Studies     1:00
      • 3.76 Other Grr Concepts     1:00
      • 3.77 Measurement Resolution     1:00
      • 3.78 Repeatability And Reproducibility     2:00
      • 3.79 Data Collection In Grr     1:00
      • 3.80 Anova Method Of Analyzing Grr Studies     1:00
      • 3.81 Interpretation Of Measurement System Analysis     1:00
      • 3.82 Gage Rr Template     1:00
      • 3.83 Gage Rr Results Summary    
      • 3.84 Gage Rr Interpretation     2:00
      • 3.85 Topic 6 Process And Performance Capability    
      • 3.86 Natural Process Limits Vs Specification Limits     2:00
      • 3.87 Process Performance Metrics     1:00
      • 3.88 Calculating Process Performance Example     1:00
      • 3.89 Process Stability Studies     1:00
      • 3.90 Process Stability Studies Run Charts In Minitab     1:00
      • 3.91 Process Stability Studies Causes of Variation    
      • 3.92 Verifying Process Stability And Normality     1:00
      • 3.93 Process Capability Studies     1:00
      • 3.94 Objectives Of Process Capability Studies     1:00
      • 3.95 Identifying Characteristics     1:00
      • 3.96 Identifying Specifications Or Tolerances     1:00
      • 3.97 Process Performance Indices    
      • 3.98 Key Terms In Process Capability     1:00
      • 3.99 Short Term And Long Term Process Capability     1:00
      • 3.100 Assumptions and Conventions Process Variations    
      • 3.101 Stability Capability Spread And Defects Summary     2:00
      • 3.102 Comparing Cpk And Cp     1:00
      • 3.103 Process Variation Example     2:00
      • 3.104 Effect Of Mean Shift     2:00
      • 3.105 Process Capability For Attribute Data Key Concepts     1:00
      • 3.106 Quiz    
      • 3.107 Summary     1:00
      • 3.108 Summary (contd.)    
      • 3.109 Thank You    
      Lesson 04 - Analyze
      • 4.1 Analyze    
      • 4.2 Objectives    
      • 4.3 Topic 1 Exploratory Data Analysis    
      • 4.4 Multi Vari Studies    
      • 4.5 Create Multi Vari Chart    
      • 4.6 Create Multi Vari Chart (contd.)     2:00
      • 4.7 Simple Linear Correlation     3:00
      • 4.8 Correlation Levels    
      • 4.9 Regression     1:00
      • 4.10 Key Concepts of Regression    
      • 4.11 Simple Linear Regression (slr)     1:00
      • 4.12 Least Squares Method In Slr     1:00
      • 4.13 Slr Example     2:00
      • 4.14 Multiple Linear Regression     1:00
      • 4.15 Key Concepts Of Multiple Linear Regression     3:00
      • 4.16 Difference Between Correlation And Causation     1:00
      • 4.17 Topic 2 Hypothesis Testing    
      • 4.18 Statistical And Practical Significance Of Hypothesis Test     1:00
      • 4.19 Null Hypothesis Vs. Alternate Hypothesis     1:00
      • 4.20 Type I And Type Ii Error     2:00
      • 4.21 Important Points To Remember About Type I And Type Ii Error     1:00
      • 4.22 Power Of Test     2:00
      • 4.23 Determinants Of Sample Size Continuous Data     1:00
      • 4.24 Standard Sample Size Formula Continuous Data    
      • 4.25 Standard Sample Size Formula Discrete Data    
      • 4.26 Hypothesis Testing Roadmap     1:00
      • 4.27 Hypothesis Test For Means (theoretical) Example     3:00
      • 4.28 Hypothesis Test for Variance Example    
      • 4.29 Hypothesis Test for Proportions Example    
      • 4.30 Comparison Of Means Of Two Processes     1:00
      • 4.31 Paired Comparison Hypothesis Test For Means (theoretical) story     2:00
      • 4.32 Paired Comparison Hypothesis Test for Variance F Test Example    
      • 4.33 Hypothesis Test For Equality Of Variance F Test Example     1:00
      • 4.34 Hypothesis Tests F Test for Independent Groups    
      • 4.35 F Test Assumptions     1:00
      • 4.36 F Test Interpretations     1:00
      • 4.37 Hypothesis Tests T Test For Independent Groups    
      • 4.38 2 Sample T Test     1:00
      • 4.39 Assumptions Of 2 Sample Independent T Test     1:00
      • 4.40 2 Tailed Vs. 1 Tailed Probability     1:00
      • 4.41 2 Sample Independent T Test Results And Interpretations     1:00
      • 4.42 Paired T Test     1:00
      • 4.43 Anova Comparison Of More Than Two Means     1:00
      • 4.44 Anova Example     3:00
      • 4.45 Chi Square Distribution     2:00
      • 4.46 Chi Square Test An Example     3:00
      • 4.47 Quiz    
      • 4.48 Summary     1:00
      • 4.49 Thank You    
      Lesson 05 - Improve
      • 5.1 Improve    
      • 5.2 Objectives    
      • 5.3 Topic 1 Design Of Experiments    
      • 5.4 Design Of Experiments An Introduction     1:00
      • 5.5 Basic Terms    
      • 5.6 Repetition Vs Replication     1:00
      • 5.7 Randomization     1:00
      • 5.8 Doe Plastic Molding Example     1:00
      • 5.9 Components of DOE in the Molding Example    
      • 5.10 Full Factorial Experiment An Example     4:00
      • 5.11 Design Of Experiments Runs     2:00
      • 5.12 Topic 2 Root Cause Analysis    
      • 5.13 Process Input And Output Variables     2:00
      • 5.14 Cause And Effect Matrix Steps To Update     1:00
      • 5.15 Cause And Effect Diagram     1:00
      • 5.16 Process Input and Output Variables    
      • 5.17 The 5 Why Technique     1:00
      • 5.18 The 5 Why Process     1:00
      • 5.19 5 Why Example     1:00
      • 5.20 Topic 3 Lean Tools    
      • 5.21 Lean Techniques     4:00
      • 5.22 Cycle Time Reduction     1:00
      • 5.23 Cycle Time Reduction Example     1:00
      • 5.24 Lean Techniques    
      • 5.25 Kaizen And Kaizen Blitz Differences     2:00
      • 5.26 Kaizen and Kaizen Blitz Examples    
      • 5.27 Quiz    
      • 5.28 Summary     1:00
      • 5.29 Thank You    
      Lesson 06 - Control
      • 6.1 Control    
      • 6.2 Objectives     1:00
      • 6.3 Topic 1 Statistical Process Control    
      • 6.4 Introduction To Statistical Process Control     2:00
      • 6.5 Common Cause Variation and Special Cause Variation    
      • 6.6 Common Cause Variation Vs. Special Cause Variation     1:00
      • 6.7 Rational Subgrouping    
      • 6.8 Control Charts And Analysis     1:00
      • 6.9 Setting The Control Limits     1:00
      • 6.10 Common Rules For Control Chart Analysis     2:00
      • 6.11 Choosing An Appropriate Control Chart Continuos Data     1:00
      • 6.12 Choosing An Appropriate Control Chart Discrete Data     1:00
      • 6.13 X Bar Chart Principles     2:00
      • 6.14 Defining Ucl And Lcl In X Bar And R Chart     1:00
      • 6.15 Defining Ucl And Lcl In X Bar And S Chart     1:00
      • 6.16 X bar and R and Subgroup Data Example    
      • 6.17 X bar and s and Subgroup Data Example    
      • 6.18 ImR Chart Principles     1:00
      • 6.19 ImR and Individual Data Example    
      • 6.20 ImR Chart It Example     1:00
      • 6.21 Control Charts For Attribute Data     1:00
      • 6.22 np Chart Principles    
      • 6.23 np Charts and Uniform Subgroup Size Example    
      • 6.24 p Chart Principles     1:00
      • 6.25 p Charts and Varying Subgroup Size Example    
      • 6.26 C Chart Principles     3:00
      • 6.27 c Chart Example    
      • 6.28 U Chart Principles     2:00
      • 6.29 u Chart Example    
      • 6.30 Topic 2 Control Plan    
      • 6.31 Control Plan And Its Uses     1:00
      • 6.32 Control Plan Strategy     1:00
      • 6.33 What To Control     1:00
      • 6.34 Identifying Kpivs     1:00
      • 6.35 Control Plan Tools    
      • 6.36 Developing A Control Plan     1:00
      • 6.37 Developing A Control Plan (contd.)     1:00
      • 6.38 Choosing The Right Level Of Control     1:00
      • 6.39 Transactional Control Plan Example     1:00
      • 6.40 Transactional Control Plan Sections    
      • 6.41 Manufacturing Control Plan Sample     2:00
      • 6.42 It Control Plan Sample    
      • 6.43 Topic 3 Lean Tools For Process Control    
      • 6.44 Total Productive Maintenance     1:00
      • 6.45 Elememts Of TPM     1:00
      • 6.46 Uses Of TPM     1:00
      • 6.47 Visual Factory     1:00
      • 6.48 Elements Of Visual Factory     1:00
      • 6.49 Organizing and Standardizing Work Place    
      • 6.50 Sharing Information    
      • 6.51 Visual Controls    
      • 6.52 Benefits Of Visual Factory     1:00
      • 6.53 Quiz    
      • 6.54 Summary     1:00
      • 6.55 Thank You    
      Course Summary
      • Course Summary     5:00

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About Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah. This city is one of the major tourist destinations in the country. It has museums of fine arts, historical museum, war memorial, science and technology museum. Salt Lake City is a mixed-economy. It has both public and private sector companies across all sectors. Health care and Tourism are few sectors that hire more people in this region. Huntsman Corporation, Zion Bancorporation and Questar Corporation are some of the major companies that hire lot of people. This industrialized city provides great opportunities for professionals to work for a long period of time and earn better income. Professionals can deliver better quality of IT services, customer satisfaction and better project handling capabilities by enrolling for PMP, ITIL and Six Sigma Certification Courses.

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