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  • 20 Hrs of High Quality e-Learning content
  • 64 End of Chapter Quizzes
  • Certified Six Sigma Green Belt Exam Fee Included
  • 4 Six Sigma Green Belt simulation exams
  • 7 downloadable e-Books
  • 38 Six Sigma tools for hands-on-practice

Course description

  • What’s the focus of this course?

    Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, a popular business management strategy is widely used across industries towards quality and process improvement. Simplilearn offers both online Certified Six Sigma Green Belt training and Certified Six Sigma Green Belt classroom training. Certification training program is aligned with ASQ Body of Knowledge. 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.

  • What are the course objectives?

    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 $89,000 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.

  • Why is the certification most sought-after?

    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.

  • Who should take 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 is the benefit of learning LSSGB along with CSSGB?

    The world is moving towards Lean Six Sigma methodology to reap the benefits of the two most coveted techniques, Lean & Six Sigma, for standardization of processes and waste reduction.
    Learning Lean Six Sigma along with Six Sigma course give the student an edge in professional job market, and allows them to lead both Lean & Six Sigma projects in the company.
     
    Learning Benefits of Lean Six Sigma Green Belt:
    • Use DFSS Tools such as Quality Function Deployment (QFD), Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), and Risk Priority Number (RPN)
    • Learn and implement Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control phases of the project
    • Describe Design of Experiments (DOE)
    Key Highlights:
    • 25 hrs of Quality e learning
    • 30 PDUs
    • 106 real world examples
    • 3 Industry based case studies

Course preview

    • Getting started with CSSGB 05:15
      • Getting started with CSSGB 05:15
    • Lesson 00 - Course Overview 07:46
      • 0.1 Course Overview 00:32
      • 0.2 Objectives 00:41
      • 0.3 About Simplilearn's CSSGB Course 00:28
      • 0.4 Course Overview 01:05
      • 0.5 Target Audience And Course Prerequisites 00:35
      • 0.6 Value Of CSSGB For Professionals 00:33
      • 0.7 Value Of CSSGB For Organizations 00:27
      • 0.8 Lessons Covered 00:59
      • 0.9 Exam Pattern 00:33
      • 0.10 About CSSGB Exam 00:56
      • 0.11 Six Sigma Green Belt Certification 00:39
      • 0.12 Sources Of Information 00:09
      • 0.13 Thank You 00:09
    • Lesson 01 - Overview of Six Sigma and Organizational Goals 40:26
      • 1.1 Overview of Six Sigma and Organizational Goals 00:19
      • 1.2 Objectives 00:20
      • 1.3 Topic 1 Six Sigma And Organizational Goals 00:11
      • 1.4 Introduction To Six Sigma 00:40
      • 1.5 What Is A Process 01:23
      • 1.6 Process of Six Sigma
      • 1.7 List of DMAIC Tools
      • 1.8 How Does Six Sigma Work 00:50
      • 1.9 Six Sigma Terms
      • 1.10 Sigma Level Chart 00:29
      • 1.11 Benefits Of Six Sigma 01:22
      • 1.12 Six Sigma And Quality 00:33
      • 1.13 History Of Quality 02:40
      • 1.14 Quality Gurus
      • 1.15 History of Six Sigma
      • 1.16 Six Sigma And The Business System 01:17
      • 1.17 Six Sigma Projects and Organizational Goals
      • 1.18 Six Sigma Team 01:36
      • 1.19 Organizational Drivers And Metrics 01:33
      • 1.20 Balanced Scorecard Framework
      • 1.21 Developing A Balanced Scorcard 01:23
      • 1.22 Four Box Model Of Bsc Vs Strategy Maps 01:47
      • 1.23 Impact On The Organization 01:42
      • 1.24 Topic 2 Lean Principles 00:10
      • 1.25 Lean Concepts
      • 1.26 Lean Concepts Process Issues 00:28
      • 1.27 Types Of Waste 02:17
      • 1.28 Other Lean Wastes 00:49
      • 1.29 Identifying the Waste Type Exercise
      • 1.30 Lean Process
      • 1.31 Lean Process Identify Value 00:30
      • 1.32 Lean Process Value Stream Mapping
      • 1.33 Lean Process Flow Pull and Perfection
      • 1.34 Pull Vs Push 01:08
      • 1.35 Theory of Constraints
      • 1.36 Theory Of Constraints Example 01:44
      • 1.37 Theory Of Constraints Example 00:31
      • 1.38 Topic 3 Design For Six Sigma 00:15
      • 1.39 Design For Six Sigma 01:21
      • 1.40 Processes for DFSS 02:10
      • 1.41 IDOV Vs DMADV 01:08
      • 1.42 DFSS Tools Quality Function Deployment 01:29
      • 1.43 DFSS Tools Failure Modes And Effects Analysis 00:47
      • 1.44 PFMEA And DFMEA 00:58
      • 1.45 FMEA Risk Priority Number 01:03
      • 1.46 FMEA Table 01:01
      • 1.47 RPN And Scale Criteria Severity 01:20
      • 1.48 RPN And Scale Criteria Occurrence 00:41
      • 1.49 RPN And Scale Criteria Detection 00:46
      • 1.50 Example Of FMEA And RPN 00:53
      • 1.51 Quiz
      • 1.52 Summary 00:43
      • 1.53 Thank You 00:09
    • Lesson 02 - Define 1:34:02
      • 2.1 Introduction To Define 00:17
      • 2.2 Objectives 00:36
      • 2.3 Topic 1 Project Identification 00:11
      • 2.4 Prerequisites Of A Six Sigma Project 02:06
      • 2.5 Introduction To Define Phase 00:54
      • 2.6 Benchmarking 02:23
      • 2.7 Benchmarking best Practices 00:44
      • 2.8 Project Selection
      • 2.9 Process Business Process And Business System 01:08
      • 2.10 Process Elements
      • 2.11 SIP Output Interaction
      • 2.12 Challenges Of Business Process Improvement 01:00
      • 2.13 Owners And Stakeholders 00:50
      • 2.14 Effects Of Process Failure On Stakeholders 00:50
      • 2.15 Business Stakeholder Relationship 00:27
      • 2.16 Importance And Relevance Of Stakeholder Analysis 00:39
      • 2.17 Topic 2 Voice of the Customer 00:10
      • 2.18 Identify Customer 00:40
      • 2.19 Internal Customers 02:09
      • 2.20 External Customers
      • 2.21 Positive Effects Of Project On Customers 01:45
      • 2.22 Collect Customer Data 01:17
      • 2.23 Questionnaire
      • 2.24 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Questionnaire 00:58
      • 2.25 Telephone Survey Vs. Web Survey 00:32
      • 2.26 Focus Group
      • 2.27 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Focus Group 00:52
      • 2.28 Interview
      • 2.29 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Interview 00:42
      • 2.30 Importance And Urgency Of Various Inputs 02:34
      • 2.31 Customer Complaints 00:32
      • 2.32 Product Complaint Vs. Expedited Service Request 01:09
      • 2.33 Importance And Urgency Of Various Inputs 01:58
      • 2.34 Key Elements Of Data Collection Tools 01:11
      • 2.35 Review Of Collected Data 02:05
      • 2.36 Voice Of Customer 01:14
      • 2.37 Importance Of Translating Customer Requirements 00:48
      • 2.38 Critical to Quality
      • 2.39 Quality Function Deployment 01:07
      • 2.40 Phases Of Qfd 00:56
      • 2.41 Structure of QFD
      • 2.42 Post Hoq Matrix 00:33
      • 2.43 Topic 3 Voice Of The Customer 00:09
      • 2.44 Problem Statement 00:48
      • 2.45 Isis Not Template 00:54
      • 2.46 Project Objectives Criteria 01:38
      • 2.47 Project Documentation 01:54
      • 2.48 Project Charter
      • 2.49 Project Charter Sections 00:32
      • 2.50 Project Plan 01:01
      • 2.51 Project Scope
      • 2.52 Interpretation Of Project Scope 01:09
      • 2.53 Process Maps 00:39
      • 2.54 Project Metrics
      • 2.55 Consequential Metrics 00:52
      • 2.56 Consequential Metrics Example
      • 2.57 Consequential Metrics Best Practices 00:48
      • 2.58 Project Planning Tools 00:33
      • 2.59 Pareto Chart 01:08
      • 2.60 Pareto Charts Example 00:40
      • 2.61 Network Diagrams 00:59
      • 2.62 Network Diagrams Terms 01:19
      • 2.63 Critical Path Method 01:33
      • 2.64 Project Evaluation and Review Technique
      • 2.65 Gantt Chart
      • 2.66 Work Breakdown Structure
      • 2.67 Risk 01:12
      • 2.68 Risk Analysis and Management
      • 2.69 Elements Of Risk Analysis 02:15
      • 2.70 Benefits Of Risk Analysis 00:59
      • 2.71 Risk Assessment Matrix 00:29
      • 2.72 Project Closure 00:52
      • 2.73 Goals Of Project Closure Report 00:54
      • 2.74 Project Closure Activities 02:46
      • 2.75 Topic 4 Management And Planning Tools 00:10
      • 2.76 Affinity Diagram 02:08
      • 2.77 Interrelationship Diagram 01:49
      • 2.78 Tree Diagram 01:55
      • 2.79 Prioritization Matrices
      • 2.80 Matrix Diagram 00:41
      • 2.81 Types of Matrices
      • 2.82 Process Decision Program Chart 01:59
      • 2.83 Activity Network Diagram 01:28
      • 2.84 Topic 5 Business Results For Projects 00:09
      • 2.85 Defect per Unit
      • 2.86 Throughput Yield 00:49
      • 2.87 Rolled Throughput Yield 01:26
      • 2.88 FPY and RTY Example
      • 2.89 Defect per Million Opportunities
      • 2.90 Cost of Quality
      • 2.91 Process Capability 00:58
      • 2.92 Process Capability Indices 01:21
      • 2.93 Process Capability Indices Example
      • 2.94 Cpk And Cp Interpretations 01:23
      • 2.95 Topic 6 Team Dynamics And Performance 00:09
      • 2.96 Team Stages 00:25
      • 2.97 Team Stages Forming 00:54
      • 2.98 Team Stages Storming 00:52
      • 2.99 Team Stages Norming 00:48
      • 2.100 Team Stages Performing 00:43
      • 2.101 Team Stages Adjourning 00:51
      • 2.102 Negative Dynamics 02:03
      • 2.103 Group Challenges
      • 2.104 Six Sigma Team And Their Responsibilities 03:58
      • 2.105 Modes of Communication
      • 2.106 Communication within the Team 00:46
      • 2.107 Communication With Stakeholders 00:39
      • 2.108 Communication Techniques 02:14
      • 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 01:56
      • 2.114 Thank You 00:08
    • Lesson 03 - Measure 1:28:48
      • 3.1 Measure 00:16
      • 3.2 Objectives 00:30
      • 3.3 Topic 1 Process Analysis And Documentation 00:13
      • 3.4 Introduction To Measure Phase 00:29
      • 3.5 Process Modeling 00:25
      • 3.6 Process Mapping 01:01
      • 3.7 Flowchart
      • 3.8 Written Procedures 01:03
      • 3.9 Work Instructions
      • 3.10 Process Input And Output Variables 01:13
      • 3.11 Topic 2 Probability And Statistics 00:10
      • 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 01:14
      • 3.19 Calculating Permutation and Combination Example
      • 3.20 Types Of Statistics 01:25
      • 3.21 Analytical Statistics
      • 3.22 Types Of Errors 01:54
      • 3.23 Central Limit Theorem 01:15
      • 3.24 Central Limit Theorem Graph 00:48
      • 3.25 Central Limit Theorem Conclusions 00:57
      • 3.26 Topic 3 Statistical Distributions 00:11
      • 3.27 Discrete Probability Distribution 00:52
      • 3.28 Binomial Distribution 01:50
      • 3.29 Binomial Distribution (contd.) 00:46
      • 3.30 Calculating Binomial Distribution Example
      • 3.31 Poisson Distribution 01:35
      • 3.32 Poisson Distribution Formula 00:47
      • 3.33 Calculating Poisson Distribution Example
      • 3.34 Normal Distribution 01:11
      • 3.35 Normal Distribution (contd.) 01:15
      • 3.36 Calculating Normal Distribution Example
      • 3.37 Z Table Usage 00:52
      • 3.38 Z Table 00:50
      • 3.39 Using Z Table Example 02:08
      • 3.40 Chi Square Distribution 01:23
      • 3.41 Chi Square Distribution Formula 00:26
      • 3.42 T Distribution 00:56
      • 3.43 F Distribution 01:27
      • 3.44 Topic 4 Collecting And Summarizing Data 00:10
      • 3.45 Types of Data
      • 3.46 Selecting Data Type 01:32
      • 3.47 Measurement Scales 02:06
      • 3.48 Assuring Data Accuracy
      • 3.49 Simple Random Sampling Vs Stratified Sampling 00:41
      • 3.50 Data Collection Methods Check Sheets 00:52
      • 3.51 Data Coding 01:38
      • 3.52 Descriptive Statistics Measures of Central Tendency
      • 3.53 Mean Median and Mode Example
      • 3.54 Mean Median And Mode Outliers 01:08
      • 3.55 Descriptive Statistics Measures Of Dispersion 00:34
      • 3.56 Measures Of Dispersion Range 00:40
      • 3.57 Measures Of Dispersion Variance 01:25
      • 3.58 Measures Of Dispersion Standard Deviation 01:21
      • 3.59 Descriptive Statistics Frequency Distribution 01:22
      • 3.60 Cumulative Frequency Distribution 02:21
      • 3.61 Graphical Methods Stem And Leaf Plots 01:35
      • 3.62 Graphical Methods Box And Whisker Plots 02:24
      • 3.63 Graphical Methods Scatter Diagrams 00:40
      • 3.64 Scatter Diagrams Types of Correlation
      • 3.65 Graphical Methods Histogram 01:02
      • 3.66 Graphical Methods Normal Probability Plots 01:24
      • 3.67 Topic 5 Measurement System Analysis 00:14
      • 3.68 Measurement System Analysis 01:07
      • 3.69 Measurement System Analysis Objectives 00:50
      • 3.70 Measurement Analysis 01:00
      • 3.71 Types of Measurement Errors
      • 3.72 Sources Of Variation 01:01
      • 3.73 Gage Repeatability And Reproducibility 00:49
      • 3.74 Components Of Grr Study 00:47
      • 3.75 Guidelines For Grr Studies 00:48
      • 3.76 Other Grr Concepts 00:58
      • 3.77 Measurement Resolution 00:54
      • 3.78 Repeatability And Reproducibility 01:37
      • 3.79 Data Collection In Grr 00:50
      • 3.80 Anova Method Of Analyzing Grr Studies 00:41
      • 3.81 Interpretation Of Measurement System Analysis 00:55
      • 3.82 Gage Rr Template 01:27
      • 3.83 Gage Rr Results Summary 00:17
      • 3.84 Gage Rr Interpretation 01:35
      • 3.85 Topic 6 Process And Performance Capability 00:14
      • 3.86 Natural Process Limits Vs Specification Limits 01:49
      • 3.87 Process Performance Metrics 00:32
      • 3.88 Calculating Process Performance Example 01:17
      • 3.89 Process Stability Studies 01:00
      • 3.90 Process Stability Studies Run Charts In Minitab 00:45
      • 3.91 Process Stability Studies Causes of Variation
      • 3.92 Verifying Process Stability And Normality 00:54
      • 3.93 Process Capability Studies 00:40
      • 3.94 Objectives Of Process Capability Studies 01:13
      • 3.95 Identifying Characteristics 00:46
      • 3.96 Identifying Specifications Or Tolerances 00:47
      • 3.97 Process Performance Indices
      • 3.98 Key Terms In Process Capability 01:00
      • 3.99 Short Term And Long Term Process Capability 01:02
      • 3.100 Assumptions and Conventions Process Variations
      • 3.101 Stability Capability Spread And Defects Summary 01:50
      • 3.102 Comparing Cpk And Cp 00:40
      • 3.103 Process Variation Example 01:54
      • 3.104 Effect Of Mean Shift 02:00
      • 3.105 Process Capability For Attribute Data Key Concepts 00:48
      • 3.106 Quiz
      • 3.107 Summary 00:53
      • 3.108 Summary (contd.) 00:28
      • 3.109 Thank You 00:09
    • Lesson 04 - Analyze 48:23
      • 4.1 Analyze 00:17
      • 4.2 Objectives 00:26
      • 4.3 Topic 1 Exploratory Data Analysis 00:11
      • 4.4 Multi Vari Studies
      • 4.5 Create Multi Vari Chart
      • 4.6 Create Multi Vari Chart (contd.) 01:35
      • 4.7 Simple Linear Correlation 02:33
      • 4.8 Correlation Levels
      • 4.9 Regression 01:15
      • 4.10 Key Concepts of Regression
      • 4.11 Simple Linear Regression (slr) 00:48
      • 4.12 Least Squares Method In Slr 01:09
      • 4.13 Slr Example 02:26
      • 4.14 Multiple Linear Regression 00:43
      • 4.15 Key Concepts Of Multiple Linear Regression 02:51
      • 4.16 Difference Between Correlation And Causation 01:07
      • 4.17 Topic 2 Hypothesis Testing 00:14
      • 4.18 Statistical And Practical Significance Of Hypothesis Test 01:13
      • 4.19 Null Hypothesis Vs. Alternate Hypothesis 01:08
      • 4.20 Type I And Type Ii Error 01:44
      • 4.21 Important Points To Remember About Type I And Type Ii Error 01:23
      • 4.22 Power Of Test 01:42
      • 4.23 Determinants Of Sample Size Continuous Data 00:35
      • 4.24 Standard Sample Size Formula Continuous Data
      • 4.25 Standard Sample Size Formula Discrete Data
      • 4.26 Hypothesis Testing Roadmap 01:23
      • 4.27 Hypothesis Test For Means (theoretical) Example 03:22
      • 4.28 Hypothesis Test for Variance Example
      • 4.29 Hypothesis Test for Proportions Example
      • 4.30 Comparison Of Means Of Two Processes 00:41
      • 4.31 Paired Comparison Hypothesis Test For Means (theoretical) story 02:02
      • 4.32 Paired Comparison Hypothesis Test for Variance F Test Example
      • 4.33 Hypothesis Test For Equality Of Variance F Test Example 00:44
      • 4.34 Hypothesis Tests F Test for Independent Groups
      • 4.35 F Test Assumptions 00:45
      • 4.36 F Test Interpretations 01:23
      • 4.37 Hypothesis Tests T Test For Independent Groups 00:23
      • 4.38 2 Sample T Test 00:56
      • 4.39 Assumptions Of 2 Sample Independent T Test 01:10
      • 4.40 2 Tailed Vs. 1 Tailed Probability 00:48
      • 4.41 2 Sample Independent T Test Results And Interpretations 01:13
      • 4.42 Paired T Test 01:05
      • 4.43 Anova Comparison Of More Than Two Means 00:49
      • 4.44 Anova Example 02:59
      • 4.45 Chi Square Distribution 01:54
      • 4.46 Chi Square Test An Example 02:35
      • 4.47 Quiz
      • 4.48 Summary 00:43
      • 4.49 Thank You 00:08
    • Lesson 05 - Improve 22:24
      • 5.1 Improve 00:16
      • 5.2 Objectives 00:23
      • 5.3 Topic 1 Design Of Experiments 00:10
      • 5.4 Design Of Experiments An Introduction 01:15
      • 5.5 Basic Terms
      • 5.6 Repetition Vs Replication 01:23
      • 5.7 Randomization 00:34
      • 5.8 Doe Plastic Molding Example 00:38
      • 5.9 Components of DOE in the Molding Example
      • 5.10 Full Factorial Experiment An Example 03:46
      • 5.11 Design Of Experiments Runs 01:34
      • 5.12 Topic 2 Root Cause Analysis 00:11
      • 5.13 Process Input And Output Variables
      • 5.14 Cause And Effect Matrix Steps To Update 00:55
      • 5.15 Cause And Effect Diagram 01:08
      • 5.16 Cause And Effect Diagram - Example 00:48
      • 5.17 The 5 Why Technique 00:52
      • 5.18 The 5 Why Process 01:01
      • 5.19 5 Why Example 01:13
      • 5.20 Topic 3 Lean Tools 00:11
      • 5.21 Lean Techniques
      • 5.22 Cycle Time Reduction 00:51
      • 5.23 Cycle Time Reduction Example 01:05
      • 5.24 Kaizen And Kaizen Blitz - Introduction 01:50
      • 5.25 Kaizen And Kaizen Blitz Differences 01:30
      • 5.26 Kaizen and Kaizen Blitz Examples
      • 5.27 Quiz
      • 5.28 Summary 00:41
      • 5.29 Thank You 00:09
    • Lesson 06 - Control 39:11
      • 6.1 Control 00:29
      • 6.2 Objectives 00:30
      • 6.3 Topic 1 Statistical Process Control 00:15
      • 6.4 Introduction To Statistical Process Control 01:45
      • 6.5 Common Cause Variation and Special Cause Variation
      • 6.6 Common Cause Variation Vs. Special Cause Variation 00:59
      • 6.7 Rational Subgrouping
      • 6.8 Control Charts And Analysis 00:40
      • 6.9 Setting The Control Limits 01:26
      • 6.10 Common Rules For Control Chart Analysis 01:38
      • 6.11 Choosing An Appropriate Control Chart Continuos Data 01:28
      • 6.12 Choosing An Appropriate Control Chart Discrete Data 00:47
      • 6.13 X Bar Chart Principles 01:39
      • 6.14 Defining Ucl And Lcl In X Bar And R Chart 01:12
      • 6.15 Defining Ucl And Lcl In X Bar And S Chart 01:28
      • 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 01:02
      • 6.19 ImR and Individual Data Example
      • 6.20 ImR Chart It Example 00:54
      • 6.21 Control Charts For Attribute Data 01:06
      • 6.22 np Chart Principles
      • 6.23 np Charts and Uniform Subgroup Size Example
      • 6.24 p Chart Principles 01:14
      • 6.25 p Charts and Varying Subgroup Size Example
      • 6.26 C Chart Principles 02:41
      • 6.27 c Chart Example
      • 6.28 U Chart Principles 01:44
      • 6.29 u Chart Example
      • 6.30 Topic 2 Control Plan 00:13
      • 6.31 Control Plan And Its Uses 01:05
      • 6.32 Control Plan Strategy 00:58
      • 6.33 What To Control 01:00
      • 6.34 Identifying Kpivs 00:31
      • 6.35 Control Plan Tools
      • 6.36 Developing A Control Plan 00:57
      • 6.37 Developing A Control Plan (contd.) 00:54
      • 6.38 Choosing The Right Level Of Control 00:55
      • 6.39 Transactional Control Plan Example 00:41
      • 6.40 Transactional Control Plan Sections
      • 6.41 Manufacturing Control Plan Sample 02:06
      • 6.42 It Control Plan Sample 00:21
      • 6.43 Topic 3 Lean Tools For Process Control 00:12
      • 6.44 Total Productive Maintenance 00:40
      • 6.45 Elememts Of TPM 01:22
      • 6.46 Uses Of TPM 00:54
      • 6.47 Visual Factory 01:01
      • 6.48 Elements Of Visual Factory 00:43
      • 6.49 Organizing and Standardizing Work Place
      • 6.50 Sharing Information
      • 6.51 Visual Controls
      • 6.52 Benefits Of Visual Factory 00:31
      • 6.53 Quiz
      • 6.54 Summary 01:03
      • 6.55 Thank You 00:07
    • Final Words 05:10
      • Final Words 05:10
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Exam & certification

  • How will I become a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt professional?

    Simplilearn Certification:
    1) Within 2 months of training completion, participant needs to appear for the examination
    2)  For appearing in the examination, please send an e mail at support@simplilearn.com specifying the date on which you wish to appear for the exam. The link of the examination will be shared with the candidate on the exam date. Once the candidate has passed the examination, e-certificate will be shared within 2 weeks.

    For getting certified by ASQ, candidate will have to appear for the ASQ Certified Six Sigma Green Belt exam and score a minimum of 550 points out of 750 total points.

  • What are the prerequisites for the certification?

    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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  • What will I get along with this training?

    You will have online access to e-learning and practice tests along with the training.

  • Can I cancel my enrollment? Will I get a refund?

    Yes, you can cancel your enrollment. We provide you complete refund after deducting the administration fee. To know more please go through our Refund Policy.

  • Do you provide money back guarantee for the training programs?

    Yes. We do offer a money-back guarantee for many of our training programs. You can refer to the Refund Policy and raise refund requests via our Help and Support portal.

  • Can I extend the access period?

    Yes, you can extend the access period by paying an additional fee. Please raise a request via our Help and Support portal.

  • Where and how can I access the e-learning content? Are there any limitations?

    Once you register with us for a course by paying the course fee, you can have 24/7 access to the e-learning content on our website. An automated course purchase confirmation mail from our side will guide you through the process.

  • I am not able to access the online course. Whom should I contact for a solution?

    Please raise a request via our Help and Support portal to have your issue resolved.

  • What is Six Sigma?

    Six Sigma is a high disciplined approach that enables organizations to focus on creating and delivering nearly-perfect products and services. The underlying idea being it is if you can measure how many "defects" you have in a process then you can systematically figure out a way to eliminate them towards you moving closer to "zero defects".

  • Is Six Sigma all about statistics?

    No, it’s all about the customer and what it takes to satisfy their needs. Statistical tools are a fundamental part of Six Sigma and it helps bring about objective knowledge of problems in business processes and solutions that solves the problem. Six Sigma’s aim is to fix business problems through the aid of statistics.

  • What is DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control)?

    The Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC) methodology means five steps:

    1. Define the customer requirements, clarify the problem and set goals.
    2. Measure the current processes and collect relevant data for future comparison.
    3. Analyze to verify root causes and determine the relationship while considering all factors.
    4. Improve to generate and apply solutions. Modify existing processes or develop better processes.
    5. Control by monitoring to assure continued high-quality performance

  • What are the benefits of enrolling for Six Sigma Green Belt Certification?

    Six Sigma can be applied to many aspects of business, and therefore can benefit almost all companies who want to make their business processes efficient. By enrolling in Six Sigma Green Belt training , you will be able to help in improving your organization’s bottom line drastically, and at the same time this certification will help you to grow up in you professional career.

  • Is Six Sigma and Project Management Methodology same?

    No. Project Management Methodology is all about managing projects. Six Sigma focuses on process improvement. All Six Sigma projects must be built on a solid Project Management Methodology. Six Sigma is not a replacement. Six Sigma uses statistical tools within the framework of the Project Management Methodology to help execute projects more efficiently and with a more customer-driven approach.

  • What are the responsibilities of Six Sigma Green Belt Certified?

    Six Sigma Green Belt certified employees deliver value to its customers in multitude ways. Green Belts dedicate approximately 20 – 25% of their time assisting Black Belt projects, applying Six Sigma tools and working collaboratively with their teams’ routine deliverables or completing Six Sigma projects on time. Additionally, Green Belts use their skills to propose projects which are in pipeline.

  • Where and how can I access the e-learning content? Is there any limitations?

    Once you are registered for the course by paying the course fee, you can have 24/7 access to the e-learning content on our website. An automated course purchase confirmation mail from our side will guide you through the process.

  • Does the course fee include the ASQ Certification examination fee also?

    No, the course fee is only for the training which will prepare you to take the certification exam conducted by ASQ. One needs to apply to ASQ for certification exam and it can be applied online on http://www.asq.org/

  • Do I need to do a project to complete Simplilearn’s CSSGB training?

    No, there is no project completion requirement to complete Simplilearn’s CSSGB training.

  • Should I have Minitab installed before I take up the course?

    You need not have Minitab installed to take up the CSSGB course by Simplilearn.

  • Will I get excel sheet templates if I do not have Minitab installed?

    Yes. We provide a toolkit along with the course package that includes various tools and excel sheets used in the context of Six Sigma.

  • Do you offer Minitab training?

    Yes. We provide Minitab online training as a separate package. For more information on this training, please check the link: https://www.simplilearn.com/quality-management/minitab-training

  • Is the focus of CSSGB technical or management based?

    Simplilearn’s CSSGB program is unique as it includes the technical aspects of Six Sigma along with management practice.

  • Do you offer any other quality management/quality related courses?

    Yes. We do offer different quality management training programs. Please check the link: https://www.simplilearn.com/quality-management

  • Will I get the ASQ certificate after completing this CSSGB course?

    On completing the CSSGB course from Simplilearn, you will get a course-completion certificate from Simplilearn. ASQ certification can be obtained by appearing for the ASQ Certified Six Sigma Green Belt exam and scoring a minimum of 550 points out of 750 total points.

  • What are the learning elements included in this course?

    Simplilearn’s CSSGB includes: • 1 introductory lesson and 6 core lessons, with each lesson covering one aspect of DMAIC • 64 end-of-lesson quizzes • 75 real-world examples from various industries • 4 case studies covering a comprehensive scenario • 2 Six Sigma Simulation Exams • Exclusive versions of Glossary and Acronyms related to Six Sigma

  • I’d like to learn more about this training program. Who should I contact?

    Contact us using the form on the right of any page on the Simplilearn website, or select the Live Chat link. Our customer service representatives will be able to give you more details.

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