At this course, you will get an introduction to the Six Sigma framework and the DMAIC project model. Executing and completing successful improvement projects, requires a systematic and disciplined approach. In Six Sigma, this is ensured by dividing projects into five phases (define, measure, analyze, improve and control), where each phase has its own purpose and set of specific tools that can be utilized.
You should participate in this course to learn how to structure a project, based on the Six Sigma project model. Through case studies and practical exercises, you will gain the necessary skills that will enable you to select and define relevant improvement projects that will benefit your company and your customers.
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Understand Six Sigma and the project model (DMAIC)
- Define and select Six Sigma projects
- Translate voice of the customer into measurable critical-to-quality attributes
- Use the right statistical tools in the different phases of DMAIC
- Anchor improvements and set up a control strategy
Six Sigma Yellow Belt and Green Belt
This one-day course provides you with a Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification and is the is first module towards Green Belt. If you are aiming towards a Six Sigma Green Belt certification, you can combine this course with five more course days that covers more details on the applied statistical tools used in Six Sigma. Read more about our Green Belt certification.
The software used in this course is JMP from SAS and the instructors will demonstrate all the exercises in JMP. If you are currently not a JMP user, we recommend you install JMP on your computer before participating in the course. A free 30-day trial can be found in JMP homepage. If you need assistance in installing JMP or have any questions do not hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Venue: NNE's headquarters, Bredevej 2, 2830, Virum, Denmark
Price: DKK 5,000 + VAT (includes course materials, refreshments and lunch)
Language of instruction: The course will be held in English unless all participants speak and understand Danish
Duration: 1 day (08:30-16:30)
- 15 November 2019
- 17 April 2020