Six Sigma is a business management strategy seeking to improve the quality of an organization’s functions by the identification and removal of errors in business processes. Management tools include statistical methods, industry specific knowledge, leadership and Six Sigma creates a hierarchy within the organization

HiTech Institute’s comprehensive Six Sigma training and satisfaction-guarantee guides managers on the path to success by providing them with leading edge learning solutions.

Introduction

There are many reasons to choose to become Six Sigma Certified: career advancement, higher salaries, professional recognition, and the ability to tap into new theories, tactics and strategies for your job. Six Sigma Training is an intense makeup of research, study, written exams, proficiency tests and real world Six Sigma Projects under a “belted” member.

This 5-day program is ideal for Six Sigma project team leaders and team members who need to be able to apply a wide range of Six Sigma tools on real life projects. The course has proved to be equally relevant to manufacturing and service/ transactional environments. The mix of delegates on the training is one of the attractions of attending this open program.

Course Benefits

Any professional looking to stand out from their peers should consider Six Sigma Certification. Some of the main benefits of this course include:

  • Preparation for the Certification exam
  • Training for the Yellow Belt program, which covers the majority of statistical tools needed for DMAIC projects
  • Exposure to "hands-on" comprehensive training and use of the statistical software package Minitab Version 14.
  • Relevant training material for manufacturing and service/transactional environments

Modules

  • Six Sigma Implementation Process
  • Structuring Six Sigma Function
  • Use of Technologies in Six Sigma Programs
  • Strategies Employed in Six Sigma Programs
  • Database Development
  • Six Sigma Tool Kit
  • Idea Collection Tools
  • Data Gathering Tools
  • Process and Data Analysis Tools
  • Statistical Analysis Tools
  • Implementation and Process Management
  • Overview of DMADV or DFSS
  • Overview of Green Belt
  • Overview of DMAIC
  • Define Phase
  • Measure Phase
  • Analyze Phase
  • Improve Phase
  • Control Phase
  • Objectives
  • Project Charter
  • Identifying the Customers, their Needs and Requirements
  • Activity Network Diagram
  • Objectives
  • Data Collection Plan and Execution
  • Types of Data Basic
  • Data Collection Tools
  • Trend Charts
  • Process Maps
  • Histograms
  • Attribute Control Charts
  • X Bar Charts
  • Probability Plots
  • Basic Process Capability
  • Process Variation
  • Introduction to Statistical Process Control (SPC) Techniques
  • Pareto Charts
  • Fishbone Diagrams
  • Objectives
  • Arriving at the Root Cause
  • Data Analysis
  • Process Analysis
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Root Cause Analysis - Open
  • Root Cause Analysis - Narrow
  • Root Cause Analysis - Close
  • Quantifying the Opportunity
  • Determining the Performance Gap
  • Redefining the Problem
  • Cost of Poor Quality(COPQ)
  • Objectives
  • Generating Possible Solutions and Selecting the Best Solutions
  • The Open-Narrow-Close Approach
  • Devising the Implementation Plan
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis
  • Contingency Plan
  • Tools Used in the Improve Phase
  • Design of Experiments
  • Project Management Tools
  • The Control Plan
  • Process Standardization
  • Response Plan
  • Confirming the Number of DPMO Reductions
  • Transfer of Ownership to Process Owner
  • Systems and Structure Changes to Institutionalize the Improvement
  • Control Methods/Tools and Techniques for Control Planning

There is no central governing body or accrediting institution for Six Sigma. Each training program and training provider is unique in their requirements and testing.

Six Sigma courses can be industry specific including: healthcare, military/defense, financial services, information technology, manufacturing, small business, sales and marketing.

Upcoming Dates

Start Date End Date Duration Days Campus
Mar 4 Apr 1 5 days Sat Mississauga
Mar 27 Mar 31 5 days Mon - Wed Scarborough
Apr 1 May 6 5 days Sat Scarborough
Apr 10 Apr 14 5 days Mon - Fri Mississauga
May 13 Jun 10 5 days Sat Mississauga
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