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Six Sigma Green Belt

CSSGB EXAM PREPARATORY


Riyadh KSA
3-7 May 2015

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Six Sigma Green Belt | 3-7 May 2015 | Riyadh, KSA GENERAL INFORMATION

Edwin Garro | ASQ Fellow & ASQ Influential Voice Expert Trainer
Edwin Garro is Chairman and Presi- close to 1,000 professionals for ASQ certifications. Currently
dent of PXS Performance Excellence Mr. Garro holds six ASQ certifications CQE, CMQ/OE, CQA,
Solutions, an Organizational Excel- CSSGB, CSSBB and CQI. He is also a certified trainer in Lateral
lence training and consulting firm from Thinking and Six Thinking Hats. Along with PXS Edwin is also
San José, Costa Rica. He has over 25 partner at Atomix, a software company and Ludovico, a com-
years of experience working with ma- mercial printing company.
jor local and multinational companies Mr. Garro is an ASQ Fellow and a past president of ASQ Costa
in North and Central America in the Rica. He has a B.S. in Industrial Production Engineering from the
areas of Lean, Six Sigma, Continuous Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica and an M.S. in Manufacturing
Improvement and Innovation. Since Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
2001, he has prepared and mentored

WHO SHOULD ATTEND LEARNING OUTCOMES


This course is designed for individuals from diverse organizational Prepare for ASQ’s Certified Six Sigma Green Belt exam and gain
functions-operations, quality, logistics, finance, production, engineer- a better understanding of Six Sigma at the Green Belt level. This
ing and other staff functions. Participants are normally process own- five-day, instructor-led, virtual course aligns with the ASQ Six Sigma
ers or leaders and are well versed in technical aspects of their jobs Green Belt Body of Knowledge. It is developed by ASQ subject-mat-
and have worked on project teams. ter experts and is divided into the following five modules, each with
its own outline and objectives:
1. Six Sigma and the Organization
2. Define
PRE-COURSE ASSIGNED READING: 3. Measure
4. Analyze
»» Chapter III. Lean & DFSS
5. Improve and Control
»» Chapter IV. Teams & Customers

FORMAT
POST-COURSE READING: This course is an instructor-led, classroom-based environment. The in-
struction is a blend of lecture, application, individual and team-based
»» Exam Preparation exercises. Laptop computers will be used extensively during the class.
»» At least 50 hours of personal study recommended There is normally additional 50 hours recommended of self-study and
practice where the individual returns to their work environment to ap-
»» Student is responsible for his/her own study time
ply the knowledge and skills learned in class to their projects.This entire
»» PXS will post practice exams online. course is 5 days in length.
»» There will be other resources online as well.
Exam cost: US$ 359
Exam cost (ASQ Full Members): US$ 209
2014 2015/1 2015/2
Retakes: US$ 259
Exam aplication deadline: October 17 April 17 October 16
exam date: December 6, 2014
Late application (50$): October 22 April 22 October 21

Exam dates: December 6 June 6 December 5

IN-HOUSE
If interested to run this course in-house please contact Val Jusufi at
+971 4 447 5711 or e-mail: val@leoron.net. Our In-house courses
are held in the company premises or a hotel selected by the company. PROGRAM TIMINGS
We tailor the training according to your needs and requirements. Registration will begin at 08.00 on Day One. The program will com-
mence at 08.30 each day and continue until 16.30. There will be two
refreshment breaks and lunch at appropriate intervals.

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Six Sigma Green Belt | 3-7 May 2015 | Riyadh, KSA COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE OVERVIEW ABOUT THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF


Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training teaches and prepares individ- QUALITY (ASQ)
uals to implement the principles, practices, and techniques of Six
Sigma in a support capacity on a Black Belt project team. Green The American Society for Quality (ASQ) is the world’s leading authority
Belts are traditionally Lead process stakeholders and may also be on quality.With more than 80,000 individual and organizational members,
assigned specific process-level improvement projects to conduct on this professional association advances learning, quality improvement, and
their own—projects that normally do not require the statistical rigor knowledge exchange to improve business results, and to create better
demonstrated by a Black Belt. This course enables the individual to workplaces and communities worldwide.
apply the knowledge and skills learned in this course to in order to Today, ASQ has become a global organization, with members in more
accomplish breakthrough business improvements for their organi- than 140 countries. ASQ now has service centers in Mexico, China, and
zations. The Lean Six Sigma methodology is a systematic application India, and has established strategic alliances with numerousorganizations
to promote ASQ products and training. A rich history and bright future;
that can be applied in service-based, transactional, production-based
we are ASQ, the Global Voice of Quality™. LEORON is an official edu-
and health care environments and is focused on achieving significant
cational partner for ASQ for number of EMEA countries.
business results and increased customer satisfaction.

DAY ONE DAY THREE


Session 1: Session 5 and 6: Six Sigma Measure Stage
Value of Six Sigma SPC, Measurement System Analysis
»» Certification Overview »» Control concept
»» Recognize why organizations use Six Sigma »» Capability and measurement
»» Recognize how organizations apply its philosophy and goals
»» Recognize the origins of Six Sigma

Session 2: Six Sigma Define Stage DAY FOUR


Charter, SIPOC, CTQ tree
»» Define and describe process components and boundaries
Session 7: Six Sigma Measure Stage
»» Define and describe elements of a project charter
»» Define, select and use management and planning tools Cp, Cpk, Pp, Ppk
»» Calculate process performance metrics »» Capability and measurement cont.
»» Track process performance measures to drive project decisions
»» Define and describe the stages of team evolution Session 8: Six Sigma Analyze stage
Basic Tools, Hypothesis Testing
»» Exploratory Data Analysis
»» Define and describe paired-comparison parametric hypothesis
tests
DAY TWO
Session 3: Six Sigma Measure Stage
Types of data, process mapping tools, data collec- DAY FIVE
tion, Descriptive Statistics
»» Develop and review process modeling tools Module 9: Six Sigma Analyze Stage cont.
»» Distinguish between enumerative (descriptive) and analytical (in-
ferential studies) Hypothesis testing, Exploratory Data Analysis
»» Describe and apply basic probability concepts
Module: Six Sigma Improve and Control Stages
Session 4: Six Sigma Measure Stage DOE, Control Plans
»» Design of Experiments (DOE)
Central Limit Theorem, Probability Distributions »» Statistical Process Control (SPC)
»» Probability Distributions »» Implement and Validate Solutions
»» Measurement System Analysis »» Control Plan

Six Sigma Green Belt is a business management strategy that is aimed at improving the performance and profitability of a business, by in-
creasing process efficiency and eliminating waste.There are different levels of training and certification within the Six Sigma system, including
the white belt and black belt. Six Sigma has steadily gained in popularity since its introduction in the 1980s at Motorola. Based on quality
methodologies and the Japanese focus on reducing defects, it represents a systematic approach to understanding and managing processes.
The DMAIC methodology is used for process improvement, while DMADV is used for creating new processes and products. But Six Sigma
is about more than just conducting projects, it is a philosophy and mindset that impacts the way a business is run.

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