Six Sigma Green Belt Training Course Length:  72 Hours

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Pre-requisite:  Successful completion of the Yellow Belt training course or must pass QAI online Yellow Belt examination  

Course Hours:
  Four-days of classroom training 8a-5p  
                          Green Belt examination occurs online  -
Students that successfully complete a project demonstrating use of the DMAIC process and tools within 12 months of classroom training will receive a successful completion certificate

About the course:

QAI Six Sigma Green Belt training course description:

Re-designed in 2011 for the resource constraints that afflict most organizations today, QAI is now offering our  week two Green Belt training session for individual purchase.   Students entering this session must still have basic DMAIC training, but now are able  to better schedule their green belt training week with this individual offering. 

In four days of Green Belt focused classroom training, students will begin using statistical tools for advanced problem solving. Green Belt training helps to develops intermediate level Six Sigma project managers that are capable of completing multiple projects per year. With the advance of Six Sigma training over the years, companies have progressed to the point of having a large quantity of Green Belts on hand to assist with customer focused projects that increase profits for the company.

The DMAIC Quality Model of Six Sigma

  • Define.  State the problem
  • Measure. Collect data and information
  • Analyze.  Interpret the data
  • Improve. Enhance the process
  • Control.  Maintain the progress

The emphasis during the Green Belt session remains on the DMAIC model and improving the problem solving skills of the participant. However, during the second week, the student and instructor begin to execute problem solving experiments on the Six Sigma project that was identified as part of the classroom exercise.  The instructor coaches and mentors students through the process of furthering project results providing a clear pathway for the student to return to their organization, then continue to work the problem, and implement a 'Control' solution. 

The class uses hands-on examples to help the student to achieve sound results and a number of workshops help develop team problem solving skills.  Students are required to use higher level statistical analysis software like Minitab, for example.  Students are free to use any software that they prefer as QAI prefers that the class emphasis is on problem solving skills and not on the software.      

Note: Use of statistical analysis software and a laptop computer are required to complete the Green Belt training class.  Students can use any software that they prefer but must have use of a personal laptop to utilize during week two. 

Course Objective:

     Create competent Six Sigma Green Belt graduates that can articulate the DMAIC process, can apply the concepts, and that have practical experience in project completion, project management, and problem resolution.