ICBB - Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Course - SENIOR CAREER ACCELERATOR - Jump Straight to the Black Belt - No Prerequisites (Learn More ...)
IASSC CERTIFIED LEAN SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT ACCELERATOR
INCLUDES CONTENT FROM GREEN BELT & YELLOW BELT TRAINING
12 MONTHS - SELF - PACED
IASSC EXAM VOUCHER INCLUDED
UNLIMITED EMAIL SUPPORT WITH MBB PLUS MASTERMIND GROUP SUPPORT & Q&A
- Engaging, interactive content that drives real learning
- Self-paced study means you control the schedule
- Far lower cost than comparable instruction-led training
- Industry versions offer context to lessons
- Data analysis software (not included - trial version is available at Minitab.com)
- You can enroll and begin at any time
- The course integrates Lean topics into DMAIC roadmap
- Practice-based lessons with exercises and toolsets
- Easy navigation lets you explore the material when and how you like
- Online quizzes and practices provide immediate feedback
- Includes UNLIMITED EMAIL support, helpful learning tools, templates, and more
- Approximately 180 hours of content
- 365 days of access
- To enroll 5 or more students, contact us for pricing
- Live Onsite Corporate Training (available upon request)
- Webinar training (available upon request)
- Industry-specific training (eg. transactional, Healthcare, Financial Services, and Services (available upon request)
The Most In-depth e-Learning Available
In this 180-hour Black Belt Course, you will actively practice techniques for both quantitative and non-quantitative analysis, and gain the project management skills necessary to get projects done.
The course consists of 36 modules and follows the Lean Six Sigma DMAIC process, just as you would do for a real project.
Black Belt Minitab v12 consists of the modules below.
Why Choose MySixSigmaTrainer's e-Learning
- An emphasis on practice:
- Over 50% of this course consists of exercises and quizzes that prepares you to complete real projects.
- The flexibility of on-demand content in e-Learning:
- You control the pace of action, e-Learning brings the knowledge directly to you, no matter where you are or when you need it. You have complete freedom to explore and revisit lessons.
- More effective and affordable:
- Traditional classroom training is expensive, disrupts your schedule and expects you to absorb a large amount of instruction in a short period of time.
- With our e-Learning, you learn when you're ready and able, and you eliminate travel, material and software expenses.
- Approved, high-quality content:
- Our materials are preferred by major universities and consultancies.
- We are an accredited provider of online Lean Six Sigma content by the International Association of Six Sigma Certification, who regularly reviews and approves our content.
Your computer must have these minimum requirements for full functionality:
Microsoft Windows with Microsoft Office with Excel, Word, and PowerPoint, sound card and speakers or headphones, high-speed internet connection, internet browser (Internet Explorer 10+, Chrome 23+ or Firefox 17) and the latest versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe Flash Player.
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Which Role Is Right For You?
The Six Sigma Roles & Responsibilities
Project Team Coach and Process Owner
- The senior executive who sponsors the overall Six Sigma initiative
- The project sponsor typically owns the area in which the project resides and works for the Champion. They are accountable for project results and ongoing continuous improvement after the initial project is complete. In fact, the sponsor is often responsible for many of the team members on the project team.
||Senior-level executive who is responsible for implementing Six Sigma within the business.
Barrier Buster and Project Selector
- Middle- or senior-level executive who sponsors a specific Six Sigma project, ensuring that resources are available and cross-functional issues are resolved.
- Champions and Sponsors Lead the Lean Six Sigma effort within a particular organization. They are responsible for working with leaders to set direction and select projects. They resource teams and work directly with the master, black and green belts to execute projects.
Experienced project leader
- A full-time professional who acts as a team leader on Six Sigma projects. Typically has four to five weeks of classroom training in methods, statistical tools and sometimes team skills.
- Black Belts also lead Six Sigma projects. These projects tend to be larger scale and require full-time focus and broad six sigma expertise. Black Belts are able to provide this leadership due to extensive training, skill-set, and availability. They are effective change agents, can learn quickly and are adept at working with both similar-level teams and with higher level leadership. They can be ‘dropped’ into a project area without knowing a considerable amount about the area and be expected to quickly come up to speed in order to be effective. For this reason, they are in HIGH demand.
|Master Black Belt
Chief Mentor and Instructor
- Highly experienced and successful Black Belt who has managed several projects and is an expert in Six Sigma methods/tools. Responsible for coaching/mentoring/training Black Belts and for helping the Six Sigma leader and Champions keep the initiative on track.
- Master Black Belts Lead a Lean Six Sigma effort within a segment of an organization. They are responsible for working with green and black belts to execute projects and with champions to institutionalize Six Sigma.
Process expert or team leader
- A part-time professional who participates on a Black Belt project team or leads smaller projects. Typically has two weeks of classroom training in methods and basic statistical tools.
- Green Belts Lead Six Sigma projects. Projects tend to be smaller scale than black belt projects. Green Belts are often team members, providing invaluable expertise for other black or green belt projects. They are usually either the Process Expert or Team Leader. The projects Green Belts work on are typically generated from within their own organization and will result in an improvement that directly affects their goals and deliverables for the year.
|Yellow Belt (Team Member)
Project members that are trained at an overview level in Lean Six Sigma
- Professional who has a general awareness of Six Sigma (through no formal training) and who brings relevant experience or expertise to a particular project.
||Professional responsible for the business process that is the target of a Six Sigma project.
The IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt™ (ICBB™) is a professional who is well versed in the Lean Six Sigma Methodology, who leads complex improvement projects, typically in a full-time capacity.
A Lean Six Sigma Black Belt possesses a thorough understanding of all aspects of the Lean Six Sigma Method including a high-level of competence in the subject matters contained within the phases of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC) as defined by the IASSC Lean Six Sigma Body of Knowledge™.
A Lean Six Sigma Black Belt understands how to implement, perform, interpret and apply Lean Six Sigma at an advanced level of proficiency.
IASSC Body of Knowledge
Black Belt Body of Knowledge
The IASSC Black Belt Lean Six Sigma Body of Knowledge™ is an assembly of a comprehensive set of topics and subject matters that are intended to be representations of the universally and commonly accepted, minimum competencies and core proficiencies requisite of Lean Six Sigma Black Belts.
This well-established IASSC Standard is diversely recognized as a relevant and practical version of the knowledge expectations of Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. It consists of the primary sections of Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control, which are each broken down into sub-categories consisting of individual subject matter topics.
This respected IASSC Standard is an interwoven element to both IASSC Accreditations and IASSC Certifications.
IASSC endeavors to ensure that Lean Six Sigma providers and institutions seeking IASSC Accreditation adequately demonstrated their alignment to the IASSC Lean Six Sigma Body of Knowledge.
IASSC Certification Exams are constructed based upon the topics within the IASSC Lean Six Sigma Body of Knowledge.
Through proctored (online or in-person)examination, candidates are expected to demonstrate that they have an adequate level of competence in the topics defined within the IASSC Lean Six Sigma Body of Knowledge.
IASSC Certification Testing
The IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Exam™ is a 150 question, closed book, proctored exam with a 4 hour allotted time.
The Exam contains approximately 30 multiple-choice and true/false questions from each major section of the IASSC Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Body of Knowledge and is administered in more than 8,000 Testing Centers located within 165 countries throughout the world and through the IASSC Web-Based On-Demand testing system and by hundreds of IASSC Accredited Providers. Get more info at IASSC.org
In order to achieve the professional designation of IASSC Certified Black Belt (IASSC-CBB™) from the International Association for Six Sigma Certification, candidates must sit for the IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Exam and achieve a minimum score of 580 points out of a total potential of 750 points.
There are no prerequisites required in order to sit for the IASSC Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Exam.
For those who wish to sit for the exam it is recommended, but not required, that Lean Six Sigma training is obtained through a qualified institution, Lean Six Sigma trainer or corporate program.
It is also recommended, although not required, that those sitting for the exam have some degree of real-world Lean Six Sigma work experience and project application experience.
Upon successful achievement, Professionals will receive IASSC Black Belt Certification issued by the International Association for Six Sigma Certification™, the only independent third-party Certification Association within the Lean Six Sigma Industry.
IASSC Certification is recognized perpetually. In accordance with the IASSC Recertification Policy, effective March 1, 2017, a classification system recognizes certifications as “Current” for a period of three years and defines regulations for maintaining such Status.
An IASSC Certified Black Belt is issued a Certificate (PDF) which includes a Certification Number, a digital badge, added to the Official IASSC Certification Register and granted the right to use the IASSC Certification Marks and Titles; a professional designation which may be used in resumes and public profiles such as LinkedIn, consistent with the IASSC Marks Use Policy.