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SelfPaced Online Training & Certification
Designed for
Executivelevel decisionmakers, Managers, or those who are Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) seeking to understand Six Sigma principles without the "Analyze or Improve" phases of the DMAIC methodology.
Earned Designation..............................SSYB
Mean Seat Time...............................45 Hours
PDUs..............................................................45 PDUs
Avg. Completion Time...................27 Days
*Avg. Annual Income....................$95,283
Price......................................................................$395
Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification  Course Details
Course Title  Lessons  Quizzes 
Phase Tests 
Exam Attempts 
Exam Questions 
Pass Score 
Time Limit 
Pass Rate 
Sat. Rating  PDU 
Earned Designation 
Avg. Completion  Price 

Six Sigma Yellow Belt  9  9  3  2  50  80%  1Hr.  97.9%  96.4%  45  LSSYB  27 Days  $395 
Certification Requirements
 Complete all Lessons and Quizzes
 Pass all Phase Tests (unlimited attempts, passing score 80%)
 Pass the LSSYB Certification Exam (2 attempts, passing score 80%, 1hr. time limit)
 Complete the Required Course Feedback Form
Course Does Not Require a ProjectÂ Â Â Statistical Software is Not RequiredÂ Â Default Statistical References: Minitab. SigmaXL and JMP Versions are Available on RequestÂ Â Curriculum Compatibility: Minitab v.22, SigmaXL v.10, JMP v.18. KEY: LSS = Lean Six Sigma  SS = Six Sigma  BB = Black Belt  GB = Green Belt  YB = Yellow Belt  PDU = Professional Development Units
Guidance to Help You Succeed!
Included! Monthly group coaching calls facilitated by founder and Master Black Belt Michael Parker
Â * 1st Tuesday/Month
Â * 7 pm Eastern
Â * Lessons, Examples, and Q&A
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Course Outline

Define Phase
Overview of Six Sigma
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Lean Fundamentals
Define Phase Test

Measure Phase
Process Definition
Six Sigma Statistics
Measurement Systems
Process Capability
Measure Phase Test

Analyze PhasePatterns of Variation
Inferential Statistics
Hypothesis Testing
Hyp. Tests Normal
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
Analyze Phase Test

Improve PhaseSimple Linear Regression
Multiple Regression
Design of Experiment
Full Factorial DOE
Fractional Factorial DOE
Improve Phase Test

Control Phase
Statistical Process Control
Six Sigma Control Plans
Lean Controls
Control Phase Test
LSSYB Certification Exam

DEFINE PHASE

Overview of Six Sigma
What is Six Sigma
Six Sigma History
Six Sigma Approach Y = f(x)
Six Sigma Methodology
Roles & Responsibilities 
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Defining a Process
VOC & CTQ's
QFD
Cost of Poor Quality
Pareto Analysis (80:20 rule) 
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Six Sigma Metrics
Rolled Throughput Yield
Business Case & Charter
Project Team Selection
Project Risk Management
Project Planning 
Lean FundamentalsLean and Six Sigma
History of Lean
Seven Deadly Muda
FiveS (5S)
Define Phase Test

MEASURE PHASE

Process Definition
Cause & Effect Diagram
Cause & Effect Matrix
Process Mapping
FMEA
Theory of Constraints 
Six Sigma Statistics
Basic Statistics
Descriptive Statistics
Distributions & Normality
Graphical Analysis 
MSA
Precision & Accuracy
Bias, Linearity & Stability
Gage R&R
Variable & Attribute MSA 
Process Capability
Capability Analysis
Concept of Stability
Attribute vs Discrete
Monitoring Techniques
Measure Phase Test

ANALYZE PHASE

Patterns of Variation
MultiVari Analysis
Classes of Distributions 
Inferential Statistics
Understanding Inference
Sampling Techniques
Sample Size
Central Limit Theorem 
Hypothesis Testing
Hypothesis Testing
Statistical Significance
Risk; Alpha & Beta
Types of Hypothesis Tests 
Hyp. Tests Normal
1sample ttest
2Sample ttest
Paired ttest
1sample variance
One Way ANOVA 
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
MannWhitney
Moods Median
KruskalWallis / Friedman
1 Sample Sign & Wilcoxon
1 & 2 Sample Proportions
ChiSquared
Test of Equal Variances
Analyze Phase Test

IMPROVE PHASE

Simple Linear Reg.
Correlation
XY Diagram
Regression Equations
Residuals Analysis 
Multiple Regression
NonLinear Reg.
Multiple Linear Reg.
Confidence Intervals
Residuals Analysis
BoxCox Transformation
Stepwise Regression
Logistic Regression 
Design of Experiment
Experiment Objectives
Experimental Methods
DOE Design Considerations 
Full Factorial DOE
2^{k} Full Factorial Designs
Linear & Quadratic Models
Orthogonal Designs
Fit, Model & Center Points 
Fractional Factorial DOE
Fractional Designs
Confounding Effects
Experimental Resolution
Improve Phase Test

CONTROL PHASE

SPC
Data Collection for SPC
Individuals Charts
Xbar Charts
Proportions Charts
CumSum, EWMA Charts
Control Chart Anatomy
Subgroups & Sampling
Control Limits 
Lean ControlsControl Methods for 5S
Kanban
PokaYoke 
Six Sigma Control Plans
Cost Benefit Analysis
Control Plan Elements
Response Plan Elements
Control Phase Test 
LSSYB Certification Exam
If You Want to
Apply
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Green Belt Certification
SelfPaced Online Training & Certification
Designed for
Individual contributors, project managers, analysts, or specialists, professionals seeking to understand and apply Six Sigma principles, utilizing the DMAIC methodology to improve business results.
Earned Designation..............................SSGB
Mean Seat Time...............................80 Hours
PDUs..............................................................80 PDUs
Avg. Completion Time...................51 Days
Avg. Completion Time...................51 Days
Price......................................................................$595
Six Sigma Green Belt Certification  Course Details
Course Title  Lessons  Quizzes 
Phase Tests 
Exam Attempts 
Exam Questions 
Pass Score 
Time Limit 
Pass Rate 
Sat. Rating  PDU 
Earned Designation 
Avg. Completion  Price 

Six Sigma Green Belt  15  15  5  2  100  80%  2Hrs.  94.2%  94.5%  80  SSGB  51 Days  $595 
Certification Requirements
 Complete all Lessons and Quizzes
 Pass all Phase Tests (unlimited attempts, passing score 80%)
 Pass the SSGB Certification Exam (2 attempts, passing score 80%, 2hr. time limit)
 Complete the Required Course Feedback Form
Course Does Not Require a ProjectÂ Â Â Statistical Software is Not RequiredÂ Â Default Statistical References: Minitab. SigmaXL and JMP Versions are Available on RequestÂ Â Curriculum Compatibility: Minitab v.22, SigmaXL v.10, JMP v.18. KEY: LSS = Lean Six Sigma  SS = Six Sigma  BB = Black Belt  GB = Green Belt  YB = Yellow Belt  PDU = Professional Development Units
Guidance to Help You Succeed!
Included! Monthly group coaching calls facilitated by founder and Master Black Belt Michael Parker
Â * 1st Tuesday/Month
Â * 7 pm Eastern
Â * Lessons, Examples, and Q&A
Six Sigma Green Belt Course Outline

Define Phase
Overview of Six Sigma
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Lean Fundamentals
Define Phase Test

Measure Phase
Process Definition
Six Sigma Statistics
Measurement Systems
Process Capability
Measure Phase Test

Analyze Phase
Patterns of Variation
Inferential Statistics
Hypothesis Testing
Hyp. Tests Normal
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
Analyze Phase Test

Improve Phase
Simple Linear Regression
Multiple Regression
Design of Experiment
Full Factorial DOE
Fractional Factorial DOE
Improve Phase Test

Control Phase
Statistical Process Control
Six Sigma Control Plans
Lean Controls
Control Phase Test
SSGB Certification Exam

DEFINE PHASE

Overview of Six Sigma
What is Six Sigma
Six Sigma History
Six Sigma Approach Y = f(x)
Six Sigma Methodology
Roles & Responsibilities 
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Defining a Process
VOC & CTQ's
QFD
Cost of Poor Quality
Pareto Analysis (80:20 rule) 
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Six Sigma Metrics
Rolled Throughput Yield
Business Case & Charter
Project Team Selection
Project Risk Management
Project Planning 
Lean FundamentalsLean and Six Sigma
History of Lean
Seven Deadly Muda
FiveS (5S)
Define Phase Test

MEASURE PHASE

Process Definition
Cause & Effect Diagram
Cause & Effect Matrix
Process Mapping
FMEA
Theory of Constraints 
Six Sigma Statistics
Basic Statistics
Descriptive Statistics
Distributions & Normality
Graphical Analysis 
MSA
Precision & Accuracy
Bias, Linearity & Stability
Gage R&R
Variable & Attribute MSA 
Process Capability
Capability Analysis
Concept of Stability
Attribute vs Discrete
Monitoring Techniques
Measure Phase Test

ANALYZE PHASE

Patterns of Variation
MultiVari Analysis
Classes of Distributions 
Inferential Statistics
Understanding Inference
Sampling Techniques
Sample Size
Central Limit Theorem 
Hypothesis Testing
Hypothesis Testing
Statistical Significance
Risk; Alpha & Beta
Types of Hypothesis Tests 
Hyp. Tests Normal
1sample ttest
2Sample ttest
Paired ttest
1sample variance
One Way ANOVA 
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
MannWhitney
Moods Median
KruskalWallis / Friedman
1 Sample Sign & Wilcoxon
1 & 2 Sample Proportions
ChiSquared
Test of Equal Variances
Analyze Phase Test

IMPROVE PHASE

Simple Linear Reg.
Correlation
XY Diagram
Regression Equations
Residuals Analysis 
Multiple Regression
NonLinear Reg.
Multiple Linear Reg.
Confidence Intervals
Residuals Analysis
BoxCox Transformation
Stepwise Regression
Logistic Regression 
Design of Experiment
Experiment Objectives
Experimental Methods
DOE Design Considerations 
Full Factorial DOE
2^{k} Full Factorial Designs
Linear & Quadratic Models
Orthogonal Designs
Fit, Model & Center Points 
Fractional Factorial DOE
Fractional Designs
Confounding Effects
Experimental Resolution
Improve Phase Test

CONTROL PHASE

SPC
Data Collection for SPC
Individuals Charts
Xbar Charts
Proportions Charts
CumSum, EWMA Charts
Control Chart Anatomy
Subgroups & Sampling
Control Limits 
Lean ControlsControl Methods for 5S
Kanban
PokaYoke 
Six Sigma Control Plans
Cost Benefit Analysis
Control Plan Elements
Response Plan Elements
Control Phase Test 
SSGB Certification Exam
If You Want to
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Six Sigma
Black Belt Certification
SelfPaced Online Training & Certification
Designed for
High performers who wish to be leaders and seek advanced problemsolving skills with the ability to train others in Six Sigma concepts and principles. Black Belts are also facilitators, mentors, instructors, and coaches.
Earned Designation..............................SSBB
Mean Seat Time...............................100 Hours
PDUs..............................................................100 PDUs
Avg. Completion Time...................54 Days
*Avg. Annual Income....................$166,219
Price......................................................................$795
Six Sigma Black Belt Certification  Course Details
Course Title  Lessons  Quizzes 
Phase Tests 
Exam Attempts 
Exam Questions 
Pass Score 
Time Limit 
Pass Rate 
Sat. Rating  PDU 
Earned Designation 
Avg. Completion  Price 

Six Sigma Black Belt  19  19  5  2  150  80%  3Hrs.  92.6%  96.3%  100  SSBB  54 Days  $795 
Certification Requirements
 Complete all Lessons and Quizzes
 Pass all Phase Tests (unlimited attempts, passing score 80%)
 Pass the SSBB Certification Exam (2 attempts, passing score 80%, 3hr. time limit)
 Complete the Required Course Feedback Form
Course Does Not Require a ProjectÂ Â Â Statistical Software is Not RequiredÂ Â Default Statistical References: Minitab. SigmaXL and JMP Versions are Available on RequestÂ Â Curriculum Compatibility: Minitab v.22, SigmaXL v.10, JMP v.18. KEY: LSS = Lean Six Sigma  SS = Six Sigma  BB = Black Belt  GB = Green Belt  YB = Yellow Belt  PDU = Professional Development Units
Guidance to Help You Succeed!
Included! Monthly group coaching calls facilitated by founder and Master Black Belt Michael Parker
Â * 1st Tuesday/Month
Â * 7 pm Eastern
Â * Lessons, Examples, and Q&A
Six Sigma Black Belt Course Outline

Define Phase
Overview of Six Sigma
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Lean Fundamentals
Define Phase Test

Measure Phase
Process Definition
Six Sigma Statistics
Measurement Systems
Process Capability
Measure Phase Test

Analyze Phase
Patterns of Variation
Inferential Statistics
Hypothesis Testing
Hyp. Tests Normal
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
Analyze Phase Test

Improve Phase
Simple Linear Regression
Multiple Regression
Design of Experiment
Full Factorial DOE
Fractional Factorial DOE
Improve Phase Test

Control Phase
Statistical Process Control
Six Sigma Control Plans
Lean Controls
Control Phase Test
SSBB Certification Exam

DEFINE PHASE

Overview of Six Sigma
What is Six Sigma
Six Sigma History
Six Sigma Approach Y = f(x)
Six Sigma Methodology
Roles & Responsibilities 
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Defining a Process
VOC & CTQ's
QFD
Cost of Poor Quality
Pareto Analysis (80:20 rule) 
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Six Sigma Metrics
Rolled Throughput Yield
Business Case & Charter
Project Team Selection
Project Risk Management
Project Planning 
Lean FundamentalsLean and Six Sigma
History of Lean
Seven Deadly Muda
FiveS (5S)
Define Phase Test

MEASURE PHASE

Process Definition
Cause & Effect Diagram
Cause & Effect Matrix
Process Mapping
FMEA
Theory of Constraints 
Six Sigma Statistics
Basic Statistics
Descriptive Statistics
Distributions & Normality
Graphical Analysis 
MSA
Precision & Accuracy
Bias, Linearity & Stability
Gage R&R
Variable & Attribute MSA 
Process Capability
Capability Analysis
Concept of Stability
Attribute vs Discrete
Monitoring Techniques
Measure Phase Test

ANALYZE PHASE

Patterns of Variation
MultiVari Analysis
Classes of Distributions 
Inferential Statistics
Understanding Inference
Sampling Techniques
Sample Size
Central Limit Theorem 
Hypothesis Testing
Hypothesis Testing
Statistical Significance
Risk; Alpha & Beta
Types of Hypothesis Tests 
Hyp. Tests Normal
1sample ttest
2Sample ttest
Paired ttest
1sample variance
One Way ANOVA 
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
MannWhitney
Moods Median
KruskalWallis / Friedman
1 Sample Sign & Wilcoxon
1 & 2 Sample Proportions
ChiSquared
Test of Equal Variances
Analyze Phase Test

IMPROVE PHASE

Simple Linear Reg.
Correlation
XY Diagram
Regression Equations
Residuals Analysis 
Multiple Regression
NonLinear Reg.
Multiple Linear Reg.
Confidence Intervals
Residuals Analysis
BoxCox Transformation
Stepwise Regression
Logistic Regression 
Design of Experiment
Experiment Objectives
Experimental Methods
DOE Design Considerations 
Full Factorial DOE
2^{k} Full Factorial Designs
Linear & Quadratic Models
Orthogonal Designs
Fit, Model & Center Points 
Fractional Factorial DOE
Fractional Designs
Confounding Effects
Experimental Resolution
Improve Phase Test

CONTROL PHASE

SPC
Data Collection for SPC
Individuals Charts
Xbar Charts
Proportions Charts
CumSum, EWMA Charts
Control Chart Anatomy
Subgroups & Sampling
Control Limits 
Lean ControlsControl Methods for 5S
Kanban
PokaYoke 
Six Sigma Control Plans
Cost Benefit Analysis
Control Plan Elements
Response Plan Elements
Control Phase Test 
SSBB Certification Exam
* Sources: BB and GB data; Glassdoor June 6, 2024. YB data; Quality Progress 2021
Frequently Asked Questions
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All of our courses and Exams allow for two certification exam attempts.
The passing score is 80%
 Yellow Belt  Understand Six Sigma
 For DecisionMakers and Contributors Seeking to Understand the Principals of Six Sigma without the Analysis or Improvement Phases of DMAIC. Methodology
 Green Belt  Apply Six Sigma
 For Specialists Seeking to Understand and Apply Six Sigma principles utilizing the Comprehensive D.M.A.I.C. Methodology to Design Better Processes and Improve Results
 Black Belt  Lead with Six Sigma
 For Process Leaders Seeking Advanced problemsolving skills and the Ability to Apply Six Sigma principles and DMAIC Methodology to Solve Complex Challenges and Drive Efficiency and Excellence
 Black Belts also teach, coach, and mentor Green Belts
The top three differences between Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma are:
Content  Lessons added to Six Sigma to get Lean Six Sigma
 Lean Fundamentals
 Lean and Six Sigma
 History of Lean
 Seven Deadly Muda
 FiveS (5S)
 Lean Controls
 Control Methods for 5S
 Kanban
 PokeYoke
Earned DesignationÂ
 Lean Six Sigma Black Belt: LSSBB
 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt: LSSGB
 Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt: LSSYB
 Six Sigma Black Belt: SSBB
 Six Sigma Green Belt: SSGB
 Six Sigma Yellow Belt: SSYB
Price
 Lean Six Sigma Black Belt $995
 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt $795
 Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt $595
 Six Sigma Black Belt $795
 Six Sigma Green Belt $595
 Six Sigma Yellow Belt $395
No, there are no prerequisites for Yellow Belt, Green Belt, or Black Belt certification. There is, however, a prerequisite for Master Black Belt certification, which is Black Belt certification.
No, there are no educational or industry prerequisites for Yellow Belt, Green Belt, or Black Belt.Â
Yes. We offer standalone Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma certification exams.Â
No. Our content and courses do reference statistical software, but the courses can be completed successfully without software.
The default statistical software referenced in our courses is Minitab. Courses referencing SigmaXL and JMP are available on request.
All software providers offer a free trial. You can (encouraged) download a free trial and follow closely along the training to gain valuable new knowledge and analytical skills.
All of our courses provide two certification exam attempts.
If you do not pass on the second attempt, you may purchase a test reset, giving you two more attempts. Test resets can be found on your account page: https://leansigmacorporation.com/account
No, statistical software is not necessary for our certification exams.
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Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification
Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification  Course Details
Course Title  Lessons  Quizzes 
Phase Tests 
Exam Attempts 
Exam Questions 
Pass Score 
Time Limit 
Pass Rate 
Sat. Rating  PDU 
Earned Designation 
Avg. Completion  Price 

Six Sigma Yellow Belt  9  9  3  2  50  80%  1Hr.  97.9%  96.4%  45  LSSYB  27 Days  $395 
Certification Requirements
 Complete all Lessons and Quizzes
 Pass all Phase Tests (unlimited attempts, passing score 80%)
 Pass the LSSYB Certification Exam (2 attempts, passing score 80%, 1hr. time limit)
 Complete the Required Course Feedback Form
Course Does Not Require a ProjectÂ Â Â Statistical Software is Not RequiredÂ Â Default Statistical References: Minitab. SigmaXL and JMP Versions are Available on RequestÂ Â Curriculum Compatibility: Minitab v.22, SigmaXL v.10, JMP v.18. KEY: LSS = Lean Six Sigma  SS = Six Sigma  BB = Black Belt  GB = Green Belt  YB = Yellow Belt  PDU = Professional Development Units
Guidance to Help You Succeed!
Included! Monthly group coaching calls facilitated by founder and Master Black Belt Michael Parker
Â * 1st Tuesday/Month
Â * 7 pm Eastern
Â * Lessons, Examples, and Q&A
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Course Outline

Define Phase
Overview of Six Sigma
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Lean Fundamentals
Define Phase Test

Measure Phase
Process Definition
Six Sigma Statistics
Measurement Systems
Process Capability
Measure Phase Test

Analyze PhasePatterns of Variation
Inferential Statistics
Hypothesis Testing
Hyp. Tests Normal
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
Analyze Phase Test

Improve PhaseSimple Linear Regression
Multiple Regression
Design of Experiment
Full Factorial DOE
Fractional Factorial DOE
Improve Phase Test

Control Phase
Statistical Process Control
Six Sigma Control Plans
Lean Controls
Control Phase Test
LSSYB Certification Exam

DEFINE PHASE

Overview of Six Sigma
What is Six Sigma
Six Sigma History
Six Sigma Approach Y = f(x)
Six Sigma Methodology
Roles & Responsibilities 
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Defining a Process
VOC & CTQ's
QFD
Cost of Poor Quality
Pareto Analysis (80:20 rule) 
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Six Sigma Metrics
Rolled Throughput Yield
Business Case & Charter
Project Team Selection
Project Risk Management
Project Planning 
Lean FundamentalsLean and Six Sigma
History of Lean
Seven Deadly Muda
FiveS (5S)
Define Phase Test

MEASURE PHASE

Process Definition
Cause & Effect Diagram
Cause & Effect Matrix
Process Mapping
FMEA
Theory of Constraints 
Six Sigma Statistics
Basic Statistics
Descriptive Statistics
Distributions & Normality
Graphical Analysis 
MSA
Precision & Accuracy
Bias, Linearity & Stability
Gage R&R
Variable & Attribute MSA 
Process Capability
Capability Analysis
Concept of Stability
Attribute vs Discrete
Monitoring Techniques
Measure Phase Test

ANALYZE PHASE

Patterns of Variation
MultiVari Analysis
Classes of Distributions 
Inferential Statistics
Understanding Inference
Sampling Techniques
Sample Size
Central Limit Theorem 
Hypothesis Testing
Hypothesis Testing
Statistical Significance
Risk; Alpha & Beta
Types of Hypothesis Tests 
Hyp. Tests Normal
1sample ttest
2Sample ttest
Paired ttest
1sample variance
One Way ANOVA 
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
MannWhitney
Moods Median
KruskalWallis / Friedman
1 Sample Sign & Wilcoxon
1 & 2 Sample Proportions
ChiSquared
Test of Equal Variances
Analyze Phase Test

IMPROVE PHASE

Simple Linear Reg.
Correlation
XY Diagram
Regression Equations
Residuals Analysis 
Multiple Regression
NonLinear Reg.
Multiple Linear Reg.
Confidence Intervals
Residuals Analysis
BoxCox Transformation
Stepwise Regression
Logistic Regression 
Design of Experiment
Experiment Objectives
Experimental Methods
DOE Design Considerations 
Full Factorial DOE
2^{k} Full Factorial Designs
Linear & Quadratic Models
Orthogonal Designs
Fit, Model & Center Points 
Fractional Factorial DOE
Fractional Designs
Confounding Effects
Experimental Resolution
Improve Phase Test

CONTROL PHASE

SPC
Data Collection for SPC
Individuals Charts
Xbar Charts
Proportions Charts
CumSum, EWMA Charts
Control Chart Anatomy
Subgroups & Sampling
Control Limits 
Lean ControlsControl Methods for 5S
Kanban
PokaYoke 
Six Sigma Control Plans
Cost Benefit Analysis
Control Plan Elements
Response Plan Elements
Control Phase Test 
LSSYB Certification Exam
Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
Six Sigma Green Belt Certification  Course Details
Course Title  Lessons  Quizzes 
Phase Tests 
Exam Attempts 
Exam Questions 
Pass Score 
Time Limit 
Pass Rate 
Sat. Rating  PDU 
Earned Designation 
Avg. Completion  Price 

Six Sigma Green Belt  15  15  5  2  100  80%  2Hrs.  94.2%  94.5%  80  SSGB  51 Days  $595 
Certification Requirements
 Complete all Lessons and Quizzes
 Pass all Phase Tests (unlimited attempts, passing score 80%)
 Pass the SSGB Certification Exam (2 attempts, passing score 80%, 2hr. time limit)
 Complete the Required Course Feedback Form
Course Does Not Require a ProjectÂ Â Â Statistical Software is Not RequiredÂ Â Default Statistical References: Minitab. SigmaXL and JMP Versions are Available on RequestÂ Â Curriculum Compatibility: Minitab v.22, SigmaXL v.10, JMP v.18. KEY: LSS = Lean Six Sigma  SS = Six Sigma  BB = Black Belt  GB = Green Belt  YB = Yellow Belt  PDU = Professional Development Units
Guidance to Help You Succeed!
Included! Monthly group coaching calls facilitated by founder and Master Black Belt Michael Parker
Â * 1st Tuesday/Month
Â * 7 pm Eastern
Â * Lessons, Examples, and Q&A
Six Sigma Green Belt Course Outline

Define Phase
Overview of Six Sigma
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Lean Fundamentals
Define Phase Test

Measure Phase
Process Definition
Six Sigma Statistics
Measurement Systems
Process Capability
Measure Phase Test

Analyze Phase
Patterns of Variation
Inferential Statistics
Hypothesis Testing
Hyp. Tests Normal
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
Analyze Phase Test

Improve Phase
Simple Linear Regression
Multiple Regression
Design of Experiment
Full Factorial DOE
Fractional Factorial DOE
Improve Phase Test

Control Phase
Statistical Process Control
Six Sigma Control Plans
Lean Controls
Control Phase Test
SSGB Certification Exam

DEFINE PHASE

Overview of Six Sigma
What is Six Sigma
Six Sigma History
Six Sigma Approach Y = f(x)
Six Sigma Methodology
Roles & Responsibilities 
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Defining a Process
VOC & CTQ's
QFD
Cost of Poor Quality
Pareto Analysis (80:20 rule) 
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Six Sigma Metrics
Rolled Throughput Yield
Business Case & Charter
Project Team Selection
Project Risk Management
Project Planning 
Lean FundamentalsLean and Six Sigma
History of Lean
Seven Deadly Muda
FiveS (5S)
Define Phase Test

MEASURE PHASE

Process Definition
Cause & Effect Diagram
Cause & Effect Matrix
Process Mapping
FMEA
Theory of Constraints 
Six Sigma Statistics
Basic Statistics
Descriptive Statistics
Distributions & Normality
Graphical Analysis 
MSA
Precision & Accuracy
Bias, Linearity & Stability
Gage R&R
Variable & Attribute MSA 
Process Capability
Capability Analysis
Concept of Stability
Attribute vs Discrete
Monitoring Techniques
Measure Phase Test

ANALYZE PHASE

Patterns of Variation
MultiVari Analysis
Classes of Distributions 
Inferential Statistics
Understanding Inference
Sampling Techniques
Sample Size
Central Limit Theorem 
Hypothesis Testing
Hypothesis Testing
Statistical Significance
Risk; Alpha & Beta
Types of Hypothesis Tests 
Hyp. Tests Normal
1sample ttest
2Sample ttest
Paired ttest
1sample variance
One Way ANOVA 
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
MannWhitney
Moods Median
KruskalWallis / Friedman
1 Sample Sign & Wilcoxon
1 & 2 Sample Proportions
ChiSquared
Test of Equal Variances
Analyze Phase Test

IMPROVE PHASE

Simple Linear Reg.
Correlation
XY Diagram
Regression Equations
Residuals Analysis 
Multiple Regression
NonLinear Reg.
Multiple Linear Reg.
Confidence Intervals
Residuals Analysis
BoxCox Transformation
Stepwise Regression
Logistic Regression 
Design of Experiment
Experiment Objectives
Experimental Methods
DOE Design Considerations 
Full Factorial DOE
2^{k} Full Factorial Designs
Linear & Quadratic Models
Orthogonal Designs
Fit, Model & Center Points 
Fractional Factorial DOE
Fractional Designs
Confounding Effects
Experimental Resolution
Improve Phase Test

CONTROL PHASE

SPC
Data Collection for SPC
Individuals Charts
Xbar Charts
Proportions Charts
CumSum, EWMA Charts
Control Chart Anatomy
Subgroups & Sampling
Control Limits 
Lean ControlsControl Methods for 5S
Kanban
PokaYoke 
Six Sigma Control Plans
Cost Benefit Analysis
Control Plan Elements
Response Plan Elements
Control Phase Test 
SSGB Certification Exam
Six Sigma Black Belt Certification
Six Sigma Black Belt Certification  Course Details
Course Title  Lessons  Quizzes 
Phase Tests 
Exam Attempts 
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Six Sigma Black Belt  19  19  5  2  150  80%  3Hrs.  92.6%  96.3%  100  SSBB  54 Days  $795 
Certification Requirements
 Complete all Lessons and Quizzes
 Pass all Phase Tests (unlimited attempts, passing score 80%)
 Pass the SSBB Certification Exam (2 attempts, passing score 80%, 3hr. time limit)
 Complete the Required Course Feedback Form
Course Does Not Require a ProjectÂ Â Â Statistical Software is Not RequiredÂ Â Default Statistical References: Minitab. SigmaXL and JMP Versions are Available on RequestÂ Â Curriculum Compatibility: Minitab v.22, SigmaXL v.10, JMP v.18. KEY: LSS = Lean Six Sigma  SS = Six Sigma  BB = Black Belt  GB = Green Belt  YB = Yellow Belt  PDU = Professional Development Units
Guidance to Help You Succeed!
Included! Monthly group coaching calls facilitated by founder and Master Black Belt Michael Parker
Â * 1st Tuesday/Month
Â * 7 pm Eastern
Â * Lessons, Examples, and Q&A
Six Sigma Black Belt Course Outline

Define Phase
Overview of Six Sigma
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Lean Fundamentals
Define Phase Test

Measure Phase
Process Definition
Six Sigma Statistics
Measurement Systems
Process Capability
Measure Phase Test

Analyze Phase
Patterns of Variation
Inferential Statistics
Hypothesis Testing
Hyp. Tests Normal
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
Analyze Phase Test

Improve Phase
Simple Linear Regression
Multiple Regression
Design of Experiment
Full Factorial DOE
Fractional Factorial DOE
Improve Phase Test

Control Phase
Statistical Process Control
Six Sigma Control Plans
Lean Controls
Control Phase Test
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DEFINE PHASE

Overview of Six Sigma
What is Six Sigma
Six Sigma History
Six Sigma Approach Y = f(x)
Six Sigma Methodology
Roles & Responsibilities 
Six Sigma Fundamentals
Defining a Process
VOC & CTQ's
QFD
Cost of Poor Quality
Pareto Analysis (80:20 rule) 
Lean Six Sigma Projects
Six Sigma Metrics
Rolled Throughput Yield
Business Case & Charter
Project Team Selection
Project Risk Management
Project Planning 
Lean FundamentalsLean and Six Sigma
History of Lean
Seven Deadly Muda
FiveS (5S)
Define Phase Test

MEASURE PHASE

Process Definition
Cause & Effect Diagram
Cause & Effect Matrix
Process Mapping
FMEA
Theory of Constraints 
Six Sigma Statistics
Basic Statistics
Descriptive Statistics
Distributions & Normality
Graphical Analysis 
MSA
Precision & Accuracy
Bias, Linearity & Stability
Gage R&R
Variable & Attribute MSA 
Process Capability
Capability Analysis
Concept of Stability
Attribute vs Discrete
Monitoring Techniques
Measure Phase Test

ANALYZE PHASE

Patterns of Variation
MultiVari Analysis
Classes of Distributions 
Inferential Statistics
Understanding Inference
Sampling Techniques
Sample Size
Central Limit Theorem 
Hypothesis Testing
Hypothesis Testing
Statistical Significance
Risk; Alpha & Beta
Types of Hypothesis Tests 
Hyp. Tests Normal
1sample ttest
2Sample ttest
Paired ttest
1sample variance
One Way ANOVA 
Hyp. Tests NonNormal
MannWhitney
Moods Median
KruskalWallis / Friedman
1 Sample Sign & Wilcoxon
1 & 2 Sample Proportions
ChiSquared
Test of Equal Variances
Analyze Phase Test

IMPROVE PHASE

Simple Linear Reg.
Correlation
XY Diagram
Regression Equations
Residuals Analysis 
Multiple Regression
NonLinear Reg.
Multiple Linear Reg.
Confidence Intervals
Residuals Analysis
BoxCox Transformation
Stepwise Regression
Logistic Regression 
Design of Experiment
Experiment Objectives
Experimental Methods
DOE Design Considerations 
Full Factorial DOE
2^{k} Full Factorial Designs
Linear & Quadratic Models
Orthogonal Designs
Fit, Model & Center Points 
Fractional Factorial DOE
Fractional Designs
Confounding Effects
Experimental Resolution
Improve Phase Test

CONTROL PHASE

SPC
Data Collection for SPC
Individuals Charts
Xbar Charts
Proportions Charts
CumSum, EWMA Charts
Control Chart Anatomy
Subgroups & Sampling
Control Limits 
Lean ControlsControl Methods for 5S
Kanban
PokaYoke 
Six Sigma Control Plans
Cost Benefit Analysis
Control Plan Elements
Response Plan Elements
Control Phase Test 
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