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www.sanjac.edu Follow us on: For more information contact David Lewis 281.542.2061 or david.lewis@sjcd.edu Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (Hybrid) Description: Six Sigma Green Belt training provides participants with enhanced problem-solving skills, with an emphasis on the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) model with simple and effective waste-reducing tools of lean. Six Sigma Green Belt Certification helps the employee serve as a trained team member within his or her function-specific area of the organization. The focus allows the Green Belt to work on small, carefully defined Six Sigma projects to gain hands-on experience with tools such as process mapping, project scoping, value stream mapping, and analysis. Learning Objectives: After completing this course, participants will be able to understand: Your role as a Green Belt and how it fits within the Lean Six Sigma community How to use the DMAIC methodology to scope, define and lead projects How to apply Lean concepts such as 5S, Waste Reduction, Process Mapping, Value Stream Mapping and Mistake Proofing. Basic statistical analysis to determine the relationship between key inputs and process outputs. How to effectively manage team dynamics when working on projects. How to present projects to peers and managers, and transition projects to process owners. Certification Students achieve certification after completing a project and passing the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt exam. When you graduate, you will have both the skills and confidence you need to succeed as a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Anyone who wishes to lead functional area projects or assist other Belts with projects. No previous Six Sigma experience is required (Prior statistical experience is helpful or Yellow Belt). Course Prerequisites Aptitude and general understanding of basic mathematical functions Proficiency in using computer software License/Access to Minitab Automated Green Belt Capstone Project Hours: 22hrs online; 58hrs classroom Course Fee: $2500 (Curriculum Provided) See Class Schedule Below Location: San Jacinto College Central 8060 Spencer Hwy. Pasadena, TX 77505 More Information contact: David Lewis 281.542.2061 or David.Lewis@sjcd.edu
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www.sanjac.edu

Follow us on:

For more information contact

David Lewis 281.542.2061 or david.lewis@sjcd.edu

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

(Hybrid)

Description: Six Sigma Green Belt training provides participants with enhanced problem-solving skills, with an emphasis on the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) model with simple and effective waste-reducing tools of lean. Six Sigma Green Belt Certification helps the employee serve as a trained team member within his or her function-specific area of the organization. The focus allows the Green Belt to work on small, carefully defined Six Sigma projects to gain hands-on experience with tools such as process mapping, project scoping, value stream mapping, and analysis.

Learning Objectives: After completing this course, participants will be able to understand:

Your role as a Green Belt and how it fits within the Lean Six Sigma

community

How to use the DMAIC methodology to scope, define and lead

projects

How to apply Lean concepts such as 5S, Waste Reduction, Process

Mapping, Value Stream Mapping and Mistake Proofing.

Basic statistical analysis to determine the relationship between key

inputs and process outputs.

How to effectively manage team dynamics when working on projects.

How to present projects to peers and managers, and transition

projects to process owners.

Certification

Students achieve certification after completing a project and passing the Lean Six Sigma

Green Belt exam. When you graduate, you will have both the skills and confidence you need to succeed as a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Anyone who wishes to lead functional area projects or assist other Belts with projects. No previous Six Sigma experience is required (Prior statistical experience is helpful or Yellow Belt). Course Prerequisites

Aptitude and general understanding of basic mathematical functions

Proficiency in using computer software

License/Access to Minitab

Automated Green Belt Capstone Project

Hours: 22hrs online;

58hrs classroom

Course Fee: $2500

(Curriculum Provided)

See Class Schedule Below

Location: San Jacinto College Central

8060 Spencer Hwy.

Pasadena, TX 77505

More Information contact: David Lewis

281.542.2061 or David.Lewis@sjcd.edu

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An equal opportunity institution

For More Information David Lewis 281.542.2061 or David.Lewis@sjcd.edu

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An equal opportunity institution

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Welcome to the Green Belt Hybrid Certification class offered by San Jacinto College Business & Professions department. We will begin with a 1-hr Pre-class on Saturday, Feb 15, 2014 at 9:00a.m. The pre-class will layout the class structure, expectations and the requirements of you before, during and after the class. It will also cover some six sigma basics. You will be getting your first assignment. The pre-class will cover:

1. Introduction to the course. A very basic overview of Six Sigma Green Belt Certification.

2. Access and use of the SJC E-learning portal. This course is a blended course meaning that it also includes a requirement to complete some e-learning modules that will cover various aspects of Six Sigma and introductory statistics. You enrolled in the on-line courses when you enrolled in the curriculum through San Jacinto College. The on-line courses need to be completed before each class session as described in the course agenda below. The on-line courses will take 22 hours for LSS Green Belt to complete. You will take a portion of the courses prior to week 1 and a portion prior to week 2 for the LSS Green Belt. You may take them at your convenience.

3. Project identification and definition. In order to demonstrate mastery of the six sigma Green Belt body of knowledge, we require the completion of an improvement project. You will complete your project by successful completion of Capstone Team Project.

4. Laptop computer It is not necessary for you to bring your own laptop computer with Microsoft Excel. You will be provided computers in classroom Minitab that provides six sigma and statistical tools.

5. Class Materials You will be provided the class presentation materials in 3-ring binder.

Other materials and files will be available through the e-Learning Portal.

Class Schedule: Location: San Jacinto College Central Campus 8060 Spencer Hwy

Pasadena, Texas 77505

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Session or activity Dates, time Objectives, content

Pre-class 02/15/14 9:00am – 11:00am Introduction Course Requirements Selecting and Defining a Project Use of the e-Learning Portal

Session 1 Green Belt

02/16/14 – 03/22/14 02/16 – 03/07 E-Learning 11hrs 03/08/14 8am – 5pm 03/22/14 8am – 5pm

E-Learning Modules DMAIC Define & Measure Phases

Session 2 Green Belt

03/23/14 – 05/10/14 03/23 – 04/25 E-Learning 11hrs 04/26/14 8am – 5pm 05/03/14 8am – 5pm 05/10/14 8am – 5pm

Analyze, Improve and Control Phases

Session 3 Green Belt

05/11/14 – 12/31/13 05/17/14 8am – 5pm 05/31/14 8am – 5pm 06/01/14 – 06/08/14

Capstone Project Capstone Project/Presentation Online Certification Exam

If you have questions please contact: Course administration, enrollment: Instructor, e-learning coordination, projects:

David Lewis Aaron Fowlks 281.542.2061 832.297.2485 David.Lewis@sjcd.edu tutorsrus2@yahoo.com