Gain a solid foundation in Six Sigma methodologies and tools, allowing you to actively contribute to process improvement projects.
With Green Belt training, you’ll learn how to identify and analyze areas for improvement, drive change, and make data-driven decisions. Boost your career prospects, enhance your problem-solving skills, and make a significant impact on your organization’s efficiency and quality. Take the first step towards becoming a Six Sigma expert with Green Belt Training.
MRC’s Six Sigma Green Belt is designed for individuals with little or no experience with Six Sigma methodologies, but it is no less impactful. This course is considered a “Dark Green” belt, emphasizing statistical tools to improve performance and make goals “stick.”
Course Objectives Include
- Demonstrating the Design Measure Analyze Improve Control (DMAIC) methodology
- Documenting progress and results
- Selecting and applying tools
- Collecting and analyzing data
MRC’s Six Sigma Green Belt course consists of classroom and onsite mentoring sessions. Participants gain a comprehensive understanding of Six Sigma’s concepts, history, roles, implementation, and Green Belt statistical tools.
Course Highlights Include
- Process flow charting
- Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FEMEA)
- Distributions and Statistical Processes
- Control charts
- Inferential statistics
- Process capability
- Correlation and regression
- Measurement systems analysis (Gauge R&R)
- Analysis of variance (ANOVA)
- Goodness of fit testing
MRC’s Six Sigma Green Belts are able to create charts, process maps, and control plans to describe Six Sigma roles within an organization. They also learn to define Six Sigma projects and use Minitab® to run statistical tests for process improvement. Green Belt projects typically deliver $25,000~$50,000 in process improvement-driven cost savings.