Our Six Sigma Black Belt training teaches you how to effectively streamline operational processes, how to understand change processes and how to steer them in the right direction. This Six Sigma Black Belt training focuses on all processes that lead to improvement.
- Increase in working profit.
- Reduction in costs.
- Shortening of project runtime.
The methodology also teaches you how to improve customer satisfaction and expand the overall quality within your organisation. You will learn how to successfully change complicated processes, with the result being higher profits and reduced process costs. Generally speaking, you will achieve a yield of four times your investment because you will be overseeing a change process that will save at least £100,000.
A future leader of an organisation.
A Six Sigma Black Belt is often considered a future leader of an organisation. Known as a Change Agent to us, you will learn how to successfully implement changes (or manage the implementation of changes) and steer them in the right direction. You will learn how to systematically analyse operational processes and how to put the resulting analysis into practice.
You learn how to ensure proven and lasting optimisation of operational results. Following the training, you will be able to simplify processes, eliminate waste or reduce it to a minimum and shorten process runtimes. Lean Six Sigma change projects are carried out according to the DMAIC method, i.e. Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control. This DMAIC solution approach is ideal for ensuring proven (KPI) improvements and can be applied to any type of process or organisation including government, healthcare & welfare, logistics, telecoms, commercial, non-profit, education, financial or IT service management processes.
In addition, you will be able to:
- Implement proven changes on a project basis according to the DMAIC structure
- Apply ‘Lean’ and ‘Six Sigma’ principles and tools (according to global best practices)
- Analyse problems on a qualitative and quantitative basis
- Initiate and actually implement improvements
- Guarantee results within the organisation
- Apply a customer-oriented & outside-in process train of thought
- Use Minitab for statistical analysis
- Put together and manage project teams
- Effectively facilitate workshops
- Apply change management skills
- Be aware of what effective management involves and how to apply it in practice.
Will this training suit me?
Our Six Sigma Black Belt course focuses on training fulltime improvement project managers and potential Master Black Belts. They subsequently carry out improvement projects (including various Lean projects) on a fulltime basis. From a practical perspective, this involves a minimum of three days a week spent working on a project/projects. This training is presented exclusively to employees, managers and board members who want to achieve continuous improvement through the implementation of Lean Six Sigma into their own organisations.
During this Six Sigma Black Belt training, we assume that your way of thinking is at higher vocational education / university level.
The Black Belt training is presented by experienced Master Black Belts who have earned their stripes in the practical world. Our instructors have vast practical experience because they have been responsible for coaching Six Sigma Black Belts and Master Black Belts. They provide support during the execution of change projects and the implementation of management of change projects. They also frequently work on similar projects and programmes themselves. As a result, our training courses follow a highly practical and result-oriented approach in addition to the wide scope provided by the theory.
Trainees have mentioned that it is precisely this different way of thinking and the quantitative approach that make a difference. Here, wide-ranging instructor expertise – in terms of both coaching and experience in executing Lean Six Sigma projects – is essential.
If you want to learn more about what a Six Sigma Black Belt does and does not do, visit the Wikipedia page.