Green Belt Six Sigma DMAIC Courses in Kenya
2KO Africa CC's Six Sigma Kenya is the leading Six Sigma Training provider for many of the largest companies in Kenya, as well as neighboring African countries
Choosing the correct training provider is crucial in a successful Six Sigma/Lean process. At 2KO Africa CC we work closely together with companies to assist them according to their specific training needs.
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Course outline for DMAIC Six Sigma Green Belt :
Six Sigma Green Belt courses prepare candidates for Greenbelt Certification on DMAIC principles. Green Belt requires candidates to demonstrate a skill set which includes starting and completing projects and using a data-based approach to solving practical problems.
Who Should Attend Six Sigma Green Belt?
Process engineers and managers, Quality Engineers and managers, Manufacturing/Production engineers and managers, Service Process Improvement personnel, Customer Service Officers, etc.
Classroom Based Option:
Course Duration: 5 days (8:45 - 15:30) on the Friday you write an exam that you need to pass before you can complete the project
Project Durations: 3 months to complete the project.
Total Cost: $2690 per person
Venue: Nairobi and Onsite training for 7 or more delegates
Pre-Requirements: Project Management experience and Yellow Belt training
Course runs: Pre-reading,
Project and Portfolio of evidences to complete. Consultation with
each delegate for 3-6 hours after the course (via
phone or email)
|See the difference between the belts here|
|Introduction:||Define and Measure Phase:|
Course Logistics (rules, program layout, expectations)
What is Six Sigma? (introductory overview)
Project Planning and Charters
Internal Process Measures
Introduction to DMAIC project management
Basic Statistical Concepts
The Define Phase
Measuring System Analysis
Process Capability Analysi
|Analyze Phase:||Control Phase:|
Root Cause Problem Solving Tools
Basic Experimental Design (Hypothesis Testing)
Introduction to DOE
The Improve Phase
The Control Phas
Basic Cost Benefit Analysis
The Control Plan Strategy
Levels of Control
Review and Wrap-up