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Certified Six Sigma Green Belt

Course Objectives

Six Sigma is a management improvement philosophy that focuses on reducing process variations to deliver consistent, measurable and improved results. It continually strives for perfection through the disciplined use of fact-based, data driven decision making to deliver world-class levels of quality in products and services to customers. In Six Sigma, improvement results are delivered by the project teams. For the teams to function well, the team leaders must have at least the intermediate level of Six Sigma problem solving skills. The aim of this course is to train the participants to become Green Belts who are able to lead project teams.

The objective of Six Sigma Green Belt training programme is to develop effective practitioners of the Six Sigma methods and tools. With this knowledge and skills, Green Belts can:

  • Work with Champions or Black Belts on the identification and subsequent implementation of improvement projects
  • Effectively lead teams to complete projects
  • Apply Six Sigma methods and tools
  • Control and improve day-to-day quality of their processes

Who Should Attend

The training programme is suitable for process owners who are tasked by the management to play the project team leader role in the Six Sigma deployment program or any process improvement initiative


  • At least 3 years of working experience in the current organisation
  • Able to comprehend statistics
  • Project management experience preferred
  • Minimum Diploma level

Course Duration

Duration: 10 Days
This training requires the use of Laptop/computer with Minitab installed.

Assessment: Examination at the end of the course.
Project Work to be submitted 6 months after completion of training

Course Outline

Green Belt training follows an Explain-Practice-Apply-Review learning cycle consisting of two five-day training sessions over a two-month period including one application project for each trainee. With the project the trainee can apply, practice and review the methods and tools learned in the instructional sessions.

Week 1: Define, Measure and Analyse

  • What is Six Sigma
  • The DMAIC Approach
  • Introduction to Minitab
  • Data Collection & Graphical Tools
  • Process Mapping
  • Descriptive Statistics
  • Measurement System Analysis
  • Process Capability Study
  • Process Re-design
  • Team Decision Making
  • Variation Reduction Process
  • Failure Mode & Effect Analysis
  • Probability Distributions
  • Analysis of Variance
  • Phase Test


Week 2: Analyse, Improve and Control

  • Chi-Square Test
  • Non-Parametric Methods
  • Correlation & Regression
  • Introduction to DOE
  • Planning for Effective Experiment
  • Experimental Analysis
  • DOE Success Factors
  • Solution Identification, Evaluation & Improvement Planning
  • Risk Assessment
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • Variable Control Charts
  • Attribute Control Charts
  • Process Control
  • Phase Test

Medium of Instruction & Trainer : Trainee Ratio

Trainer: Trainee Ratio : 1:16

Certification Obtained and Conferred by

Training (Certificate of Attendance)

  • Completion of Green Belt Training with minimum 80% attendance
  • Certification (Certified Green Belt)


Certification (Certified Green Belt)

  • Completion of Green Belt Training with minimum 80% attendance
  • Passing the examination at the end of each phase
  • Completion of 1 project and submission of project report for evaluation


$3,990 (inclusive of GST)

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