Six Sigma has various belts which differentiate the various level of skills and knowledge an individual possess for taking up appropriate responsibility in the Six Sigma project.
Six Sigma White Belt is the entry level certification which provides a basic knowledge of Six Sigma and its application in industry. The certification is the firsts level or belt in the hierarchy of Six Sigma belts starting with white then yellow, followed by green and the senior-most being Black belt.
Why should one take Six Sigma White Belt certification?
The certification covers Six Sigma and Lean principles to make you aware of continuous improvement and waste elimination techniques.
The certification prepares you and develops basic understanding of Six Sigma and Lean concepts as needed for other senior levels and taking up more responsible position in a Six Sigma project.
Who will benefit from taking Six Sigma White Belt certification?
The certification is suitable for beginners, novices, professionals who want to have a basic understanding of Six Sigma and Lean techniques and principles.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
Six Sigma Basics
- The Business Need
- Traditional and Customer Focused Organizations
- What is Six Sigma
- Introduction to Six Sigma
- The Six Sigma Methodology
- History of Continuous Improvement
- Contributions to Six Sigma
- Characteristics of Six Sigma
- Continuous Improvement Tools
- Value and Foundation of Six Sigma
- Mathematical Six Sigma
- Benefits of Six Sigma
- Six Sigma Challenges
- Six Sigma Roles and Responsibilities
- Six Sigma Belts
- Total Quality Management
- What is Lean?
- Value and Foundation of Lean
- Need for Lean
- Factors for Lean
- Lean Origins
- Toyota Production System
- Lean Application in the Industry
- Lean Wastes
- Lean Principles
- Lean Methodology
- Lean Waste Elimination
- Difference between Lean and Six Sigma
- Lean and Six Sigma Integration
- Lean and Six Sigma Application
- Business Processes and Systems
- Types of Processes
- Business System
- The Transfer Function
- Process Improvement
- Continuous Process Improvement
- Value Streams
Data Driven Processes and Six Sigma
- What Does Data Driven Mean?
- Data-Driven Decision Making
- Six Sigma and Data-Driven Decision Making