8 Days

*A Green Belt certificate is a prerequisite for this Course

Six Sigma Black Belt Training Features

All course leaders are Master Black Belts with extensive project knowledge and real world experience

Practical approach to applying statistical analysis utilizing Minitab 17 software, considered to be the global standard in Six Sigma.

Each week of class includes support and project consultation with Master Black Belt

Six Sigma Black Belt Course Features

Special Pricing for the Black Belt Course Includes Black Belt Project Certification

Ability to purchase a highly discounted copy of Minitab 17 software.


The Six Sigma Online Black Belt Course will be a 6 day course taking place on Tuesday-Thursday on 2 separate weeks. Each day of training will be 6 hours long, with breaks included. After obtaining this training, you can lead a qualified team on a Black Belt project.


Class Agenda

Week 1 Six Sigma Black Belt Training Topics

  • Week 1 and 2 Review Project
  • Multiple Regression
  • Advanced Mult-Vari
  • Attribute Measurements
  • Attribute Measurement Systems
  • Sample Size Calculations
  • Six Sigma for Service
  • Managing Change
  • Introduction to DOE
  • Full Factorial Experiments
  • Full Factorial Simulations
  • Fractional Factorials Designs
  • DOE Sample Size Selection
  • In class DOE Project
  • Project Planning & Deliverables
  • Project Reviews Measurement

Week 2 Six Sigma Black Belt Training Topics

  • Design of Experiments Review
  • Blocking in Experiments
  • General Factorial Experiments
  • Residual Analysis
  • Non-Normal Data – Transformations
  • Non-Normal Data in Experiments
  • Sequential Experimentation
  • Response Optimization Designs
  • Multiple Response Optimization
  • Transactional Improvements
  • Simulations for Improvement
  • Applied Experimentation
  • Statistical Process Control
  • Mistake Proofing
  • Control Methods
  • Project Closure and Synergy
  • Class Project
  • Integration of Lean
  • Project Review


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