## Six Sigma Black Belt Certification - Course Details

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Six Sigma Black Belt19195215080%3Hrs.92.6%96.3%100SSBB54 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 Project  |  Statistical Software is Not Required  |  Default Statistical References: Minitab.
SigmaXL and JMP Versions are Available on Request  |  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

• ### 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 Non-Normal
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

• ### 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
Project Team Selection
Project Risk Management
Project Planning

• ### Lean Fundamentals

Lean and Six Sigma
History of Lean
Five-S (5S)

Define Phase Test

• ### 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

• ### Patterns of Variation

Multi-Vari 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

1-sample t-test
2-Sample t-test
Paired t-test
1-sample variance
One Way ANOVA

• ### Hyp. Tests Non-Normal

Mann-Whitney
Moods Median
Kruskal-Wallis / Friedman
1 Sample Sign & Wilcoxon
1 & 2 Sample Proportions
Chi-Squared
Test of Equal Variances
Analyze Phase Test

• ### Simple Linear Reg.

Correlation
X-Y Diagram
Regression Equations
Residuals Analysis

• ### Multiple Regression

Non-Linear Reg.
Multiple Linear Reg.
Confidence Intervals
Residuals Analysis
Box-Cox Transformation
Stepwise Regression
Logistic Regression

• ### Design of Experiment

Experiment Objectives
Experimental Methods
DOE Design Considerations

• ### Full Factorial DOE

2k Full Factorial Designs
Orthogonal Designs
Fit, Model & Center Points

• ### Fractional Factorial DOE

Fractional Designs
Confounding Effects
Experimental Resolution
Improve Phase Test

• ### SPC

Data Collection for SPC
Individuals Charts
Xbar Charts
Proportions Charts
CumSum, EWMA Charts
Control Chart Anatomy
Subgroups & Sampling
Control Limits

• ### Lean Controls

Control Methods for 5S
Kanban
Poka-Yoke

• ### Six Sigma Control Plans

Cost Benefit Analysis
Control Plan Elements
Response Plan Elements
Control Phase Test