Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification is offered as four one-week sessions over a period of four months.
TMAC’s Lean Six Sigma Program provides a systematic approach to dramatically improve cost, quality, and delivery by combining the strengths of today’s two most powerful business initiatives – Lean and Six Sigma – into one integrated program. The DMAIC process provides the overarching structure for project management, helping insure solutions are sustainable. Students learn through a combination of lecture, student project presentations, exercises, case studies, and simulations. Experienced instructors emphasize practical application of tools and provide coaching on student projects.
The median payback for TMAC Black Belt projects is $150,000/year.
The LSS Black Belt course develops participants’ ability to apply the most commonly used problem-solving methods. A partial list of tools covered includes: Value Stream Mapping, Little’s Law, Process Control and Capability, Kaizen, WIP Cap, 5S, Process Flow Improvement, Setup Reduction, Process Balancing and Hypothesis Testing.
“The Lean Six Sigma course material and exercises focus on practical applications of powerful process improvement tools. After the training, you not only understand the analytical techniques, but you know how to implement them in your own environment.”
- Multiple LSS References: guide books, pocket tool books and binders of the weekly slides
- Access to TMAC LSS Master Black Belts before, during and after training for
- Project chartering
- Project coaching
- Tool selection and interpretation of results
- Review of project documentation for certification
- Laptop computer with MS Excel
- Course requires participants to have Minitab loaded on their laptop with an active license
- Participants should come to the event with a defined problem description that is impacting the business. Instructors will assist participants in completing a project charter
TMAC Training Center
1440 S Creek Dr #100