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Building upon the skills and knowledge covered in green belt (or black belt stage 1), the black belt program equips project managers with the skills and tools needed to carry out highly complex improvement projects, spanning across areas of a business or organisation.
Delivered over two, separate, five-day intensives (stage 2 and stage 3), this black belt program enables project managers to draw on sophisticated business analysis tools, creative solution development techniques and business improvement governance models.
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt is the fourth step in a progressive program of six sigma training, and each program must be completed before progressing onto the next as follows:
Full price: $9,990 (GST-free)*
*Price subject to change. Please check price at time of purchase.
Discounts are available for this course. For further details and to verify if you qualify, please check the Discounts section under Additional course information.
The first 5-day block (stage 2) sees participants re-conceptualise their existing understanding of those skills, tools, and concepts learnt during green belt, in the context of ‘whole-of-organisation’ improvement strategy and the different role played by black belt project managers as facilitators and leaders within their organisations. This involves exploring more advanced concepts and tools that arise during the measurement phase.
The second 5-day block (stage 3) explores more advanced concepts, tools, and skills related to the analysis, implementation and control phases. This involves exploring techniques for creative solution development, statistical process control, experiment design and change management for more complex solutions.
The following content will be covered during the course over the two, five-day blocks:
Block 1 (5 days)
1. Grounding the black belt program
2. Developing black belt facilitation skills
3. Issues in starting a project
4. Variations in approaches
5. Measurement & sampling
6. Control charts
7. Capability analyses
Block 2 (5 days)
2. Language & structure of experimental design
3. Experiments with one factor
4. Experiments with more than one factor
5. Advanced concepts & fractional factorial designs
6. Creative solution development
7. Change management
8. Design for Six Sigma
Discounts are available for the following:
If you are eligible for any of the discounts above, you will need to obtain a discount code BEFORE you sign up for this course.
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Discounts cannot be combined and only one discount can be applied per person per course session. Discounts can only be applied to the full price. Discounts cannot be applied to any offered special price.
As part of your enrolment, we will provide you with morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea. If you have particular dietary requirements, please ensure you confirm these with our staff by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org prior to attending your course, so that we can arrange for our caterers to provide you with delicious alternatives.
This course is particularly useful for those involved in improvement initiatives, including:
- Organisations undertaking company improvement programs
- Organisations seeking to build sustainable internal capabilities
- Individuals handling complex improvement projects
- Individuals leading business improvement programs.
Explore principles and practices for driving greater performance, improving quality and reducing costs.
Build the skills and capability required to lead business improvement projects with confidence.
Receive formal recognition of your ability to devise and execute a small-scale improvement project within your organisation.
Master the Lean Six Sigma methodology while working with experts to tackle your business problem. [7 wks, 10 x 1 days]