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Continuous Process Improvement Lean Six Sigma

Program Description

The concept of waste in today’s competitive industry is increasingly turning into one of the most critical challenges of operation. Globalization and growing convenience of sourcing material from international markets, makes waste reduction and process improvement one of the key focuses of corporations. Therefore, a practice that was once exercised by Automotive Industry to reduce resource loss (Material, Time and Capital) is now being adapted to other industries including Petrochemical plants, mineral and other manufacturing industries. The following series of modules introduce the principles of lean operation and the methods to integrate these principles in the operation workflow.

 

 

By the end of this program you will have learned:

 

  • Roles and responsibilities of different belts in the lifecycle of an improvement process
  • Overall understanding of steps toward minimizing waste
  • Role of Statistics in interpretation of data – Statistical Process Control
  • Design of Experiment (DOE)
  • Six-Sigma walkthrough Design, Measure, Analysis, Improve, Implementation and Control
  • Improve quality and reduce defects within an organization through an active project
  • How to integrate Lean manufacturing approach and corporate responsibility in process implementation

Courses

DMAIC in your Workplace (Green Belt Certificate)

CSS - 300

DMAIC in your Workplace (Green Belt Certificate)

CSS - 300

Root Cause Analysis and Systematic Approach toward Minimizing Waste

CSS - 205

Root Cause Analysis and Systematic Approach toward Minimizing Waste

CSS - 205

Statistical Process Control (SPC)

CSS - 204

Statistical Process Control (SPC)

CSS - 204

Corporate Commitment in Implementation of Lean Six Sigma

CSS - 203

Corporate Commitment in Implementation of Lean Six Sigma

CSS - 203

Quality Management Implementation: ISO vs. Six Sigma?

CSS - 202

Quality Management Implementation: ISO vs. Six Sigma?

CSS - 202

Gauge R&R, Best Practices in Variation Measurements in Process

CSS - 201

Gauge R&R, Best Practices in Variation Measurements in Process

CSS - 201

Case Studies on Six Sigma Implementation

CSS - 103

Case Studies on Six Sigma Implementation

CSS - 103

Define, Measure, Analyze, Identify, and Control Phases in a Six- Sigma Project (DMAIC

CSS - 102

Define, Measure, Analyze, Identify, and Control Phases in a Six- Sigma Project (DMAIC

CSS - 102

Lean Manufacturing

CSS - 101

Lean Manufacturing

CSS - 101

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