Fisher College of Business and MoreSteam.com present Six Sigma training designed as the most time-sensitive, value-driven program in existence. Total Quality Management principles identify and eliminate operations inefficiencies in each and every process of a company’s product or service.

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training uses time-tested processes to enable your company to increase profits, strengthen market share and improve customer satisfaction.

The program features a self-paced 140-hour online program followed by a one-week in-class experience. All online sessions must be completed before attending the in-class portion of the program.

Step 1
Online course (140 hours): Participants should estimate two to three months to complete this self-paced course.

Step 2
During the online learning phase, students will participate with Six Sigma faculty members in a series of four interactive faculty-led web conference calls leading up to the classroom session.

Step 3
Instructor-led classroom session (one week): Classroom instruction gives students the opportunity to apply web-based knowledge through hands-on activities. Duration of classroom phase is one business week, Monday through Friday. On-site custom programs are also available.

Program Informaton

Who:

This program is ideal for anyone aspiring to learn the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt body of knowledge and is beneficial for any industry, including manufacturing, service, health care, retail, logistics, finance and technology.

We offer a certification option for those who complete the program. 

LOCATION: Fisher College of Business,The Blackwell Inn
DATE:

Spring 2018 Session: May 14-18, 2018
Registration deadline: April 1, 2018

Fall 2018 Sessoin: Oct. 29 - Nov. 2, 2018
Registration deadline: September 29, 2018

You can begin the coursework at any time

COST: $6,595
PREREQUISITES: None
REGISTER:

 

Register - May 14-18, 2018

Register - Oct. 29 - Nov. 2, 2018

Faculty: 

Program participants will learn how to: 

  • Lead teams in applying the Six Sigma DMAIC methodology to attack waste
  • Prioritize improvement activities for greatest organizational impact
  • Define improvement projects to satisfy customer requirements and reduce variability
  • Measure inputs and outputs to provide meaningful data
  • Analyze data to identify the root cause of variability, including the use of Design of Experiments
  • Control the process to prevent backsliding and consolidate the gains
  • Analyze quality cost
  • Improve the process to reduce variability
  • Prepare for the Fisher certification exam or the ASQ certification exam

More information:

Contact

Beth Miller,
Senior Associate Director, Operational Excellence

Fisher College of Business
Executive Education
110 Pfahl Hall
280 W. Woodruff Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210-1144