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118 Lessons (9h 28m)
    • 1. Welcome to Six Sigma

      2:16
    • 2. What is Six Sigma – Part 1

      4:56
    • 3. What is Six Sigma – Part 2

      6:08
    • 4. Why Organizations Should go for Six Sigma – Part 1

      4:54
    • 5. Why Organizations Should go for Six Sigma – Part 2

      3:39
    • 6. History of Six Sigma– Part 1

      5:14
    • 7. History of Six Sigma– Part 2

      2:41
    • 8. Six Sigma Approach and Roadmap – Part 1

      6:56
    • 9. Six Sigma Approach and Roadmap – Part 2

      2:45
    • 10. Six Sigma Approach and Roadmap – Part 3

      4:56
    • 11. Six Sigma Approach and Roadmap – Part 4

      5:09
    • 12. Define phase

      2:29
    • 13. Project Selection Strategic Context – Part 1

      8:08
    • 14. Project Selection Strategic Context – Part 2

      7:48
    • 15. Project Selection Strategic Context – Part 3

      2:40
    • 16. Team Selection-Roles & Responsibility

      7:29
    • 17. SIPOC – Part 1

      6:10
    • 18. SIPOC – Part 2

      3:25
    • 19. Project Charter – Part 1

      6:41
    • 20. Project Charter – Part 2

      7:37
    • 21. Kano Model

      5:04
    • 22. Voice of Customer Collection and Analysis

      5:14
    • 23. CTQ (Critical To Quality)

      3:40
    • 24. Project Communication and Tollgate Review

      3:49
    • 25. Measure Phase

      5:13
    • 26. Detailed Process Mapping-As is flow Part 1

      5:09
    • 27. Detailed Process Mapping-As is flow Part 2

      5:21
    • 28. Detailed Process Mapping-As is flow Part 3

      4:43
    • 29. What is Data?

      4:27
    • 30. Types of Data - Part 1

      3:33
    • 31. Types of Data - Part 2

      5:21
    • 32. Data Collection Plan - Part 1

      5:44
    • 33. Data Collection Plan - Part 2

      2:18
    • 34. Data Collection Tools - Part 1

      5:08
    • 35. Data Collection Tools - Part 2

      3:57
    • 36. Basic Statistics - Part 1

      4:39
    • 37. Basic Statistics - Part 2

      6:14
    • 38. Basic Statistics - Part 3

      6:43
    • 39. Basic Statistics - Part 4

      4:21
    • 40. Overview of MSA - Part 1

      6:01
    • 41. Overview of MSA - Part 2

      7:38
    • 42. Normal Distribution and Central Limit Theorem

      4:23
    • 43. Overview of Control Charts - Part 1

      3:45
    • 44. Overview of Control Charts - Part 2

      3:22
    • 45. Overview of Control Charts - Part 3

      1:26
    • 46. Overview of Control Charts - Part 4

      3:43
    • 47. Overview of Control Charts - Part 5

      8:32
    • 48. Overview of Control Charts - Part 6

      4:18
    • 49. Variable Control Charts (I MR Chart)

      8:59
    • 50. Variable Control Charts (X bar R Chart)

      5:39
    • 51. Variable Control Charts (X bar s Chart)

      3:29
    • 52. Attribute Control Charts (p Chart)

      5:08
    • 53. Attribute Control Charts (np Chart)

      4:10
    • 54. Attribute Control Charts (c Chart)

      2:46
    • 55. Attribute Control Charts (u Chart)

      4:05
    • 56. Overview of Process Capability (Part 1)

      4:33
    • 57. Overview of Process Capability (Part 2)

      3:21
    • 58. Overview of Process Capability (Part 3)

      4:46
    • 59. Concept of Yield (Part 1)

      4:21
    • 60. Concept of Yield (Part 2)

      3:30
    • 61. DPU, DPMO and Sigma Level Calculation

      8:07
    • 62. Pareto Chart

      5:40
    • 63. Histogram Box plot Graphical Summary

      5:42
    • 64. Box Plot

      7:44
    • 65. MEASURE PHASE TOLL GATE REVIEW

      1:00
    • 66. Analyze Phase

      1:51
    • 67. Brainstorming – Identify potential causes - Part 1

      6:06
    • 68. Brainstorming – Identify potential causes - Part 2

      2:31
    • 69. Brainstorming – Identify potential causes - Part 3

      3:04
    • 70. Brainstorming – Identify potential causes - Part 4

      4:15
    • 71. Root Cause Analysis - Part 1

      3:29
    • 72. Root Cause Analysis - Part 2

      5:09
    • 73. Cause and Effect Diagram

      6:08
    • 74. Cause Validation and its Method

      5:48
    • 75. Overview of FMEA Part - 1

      4:30
    • 76. Overview of FMEA Part - 2

      7:54
    • 77. Overview of FMEA Part - 3

      4:57
    • 78. Overview of FMEA Part - 4

      3:12
    • 79. Correlation and Scatter Plot Part - 1

      4:54
    • 80. Correlation and Scatter Plot Part - 2

      6:35
    • 81. Correlation and Scatter Plot Part - 3

      6:18
    • 82. Simple Linear Regression Part 1

      6:47
    • 83. Simple Linear Regression Part 2

      4:57
    • 84. Simple Linear Regression Part 3

      4:27
    • 85. Overview of Hypothesis Testing Part 1

      5:01
    • 86. Overview of Hypothesis Testing Part 2

      7:09
    • 87. Overview of Hypothesis Testing Part 3

      2:20
    • 88. Overview of Hypothesis Testing Part 4

      5:25
    • 89. Overview of Hypothesis Testing Part 5

      6:00
    • 90. Overview of Hypothesis Testing Part 6

      3:18
    • 91. Overview of Hypothesis Testing Part 7

      4:58
    • 92. Analyze Phase Toll gate Review

      2:38
    • 93. Improve phase

      4:19
    • 94. Techniques to Identify Creative Solutions - Part 1

      5:19
    • 95. Techniques to Identify Creative Solutions - Part 2

      5:53
    • 96. Techniques to Identify Creative Solutions - Part 3

      3:47
    • 97. Prioritize and Select the Solutions - Part 1

      5:01
    • 98. Prioritize and Select the Solutions - Part 2

      6:28
    • 99. Cost and Risk Analysis - Part 1

      4:15
    • 100. Cost and Risk Analysis - Part 2

      3:15
    • 101. Pilot and Validation - Part 1

      6:18
    • 102. Pilot and Validation - Part 2

      4:22
    • 103. Pilot and Validation - Part 3

      3:24
    • 104. Full Scale Implementation

      4:56
    • 105. Improve Phase Toll Gate Review

      1:21
    • 106. Control Phase

      3:15
    • 107. Process Management Plan & Control Plan - Part 1

      3:51
    • 108. Process Management Plan & Control Plan - Part 2

      6:50
    • 109. Process Management Plan & Control Plan - Part 3

      7:02
    • 110. Standardization - Part 1

      6:57
    • 111. Standardization - Part 2

      1:47
    • 112. Mistake Proofing - Part 1

      2:40
    • 113. Mistake Proofing - Part 2

      6:16
    • 114. Training Plan

      6:59
    • 115. Periodic Audits

      2:57
    • 116. Project Closure & Success Celebration - Part 1

      5:17
    • 117. Project Closure & Success Celebration - Part 2

      5:12
    • 118. Control Phase Toll Gate Review

      1:27

About This Class

Six Sigma is a disciplined data driven approach for reducing variation in any process – from manufacturing to transactional and thereby eliminating defects.


Six Sigma is a process improvement philosophy. Six Sigma is a set of management techniques intended to improve business processes by greatly reducing the probability that an error or defect will occur.

This Six Sigma Green Belt Certification course is comprehensive yet simple course on learning Six Sigma tools and techniques using practical real life examples and lots of activities. As a bonus, in this Six Sigma Green Belt Certification course you will also learn to identify and execute Six Sigma Project in your process.

This Six Sigma Green Belt Certification course assumes that you have no prior process improvement background. However, it does assume that you have basic statistical knowledge. With over 9.5 hours of on-demand video, over 118 lectures, 5 Resources (Six Sigma Green Belt Training Material), 1 Practical Test, these comprehensive tutorials cover everything you’ll ever need to become a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt.

The goal is to achieve near perfection (3.4 defects per million opportunities). Process improvements and variation reduction are achieved through application of Six Sigma improvement projects, which in turn, are executed following either the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) or DMADV (Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, Verify) methodologies. Green Belts are the key players in execution of Six Sigma improvement projects.

Week 1 : Overview of Six Sigma and Define Phase

  1. What is Six Sigma

  2. Why Organizations use Six Sigma

  3. History of Six Sigma

  4. Six Sigma Approach and Roadmap

  5. Introduction to Define Phase of Six Sigma

  6. Project Identification and prioritization in Six Sigma

  7. Team Structure

  8. SIPOC – A high Level Process Map

  9. Project Charter and Milestone

  10. VOC and CTQ

  11. Kano Model

  12. Define Phase Toll Gate Review

Week 2 : Measure Phase of Six Sigma

  1. As is – Process Mapping

  2. Data, Types of Data and Data Collection Plan

  3. Data Collection Tools

  4. Basic Statistics

  5. Overview of MSA

  6. Normal Distribution and Central Limit Theorem

  7. Overview of Control Charts

  8. Control Charts for Variable Data

  9. Control Charts for Attribute Data

  10. Overview of Process Capability

  11. Histogram, Box Plot and Graphical Summary

  12. Pareto Chart

  13. Concept of Yield and Sigma Level Calculation (Difference of Sigma and Six Sigma)

  14. Measure Phase Toll Gate Review

Week 3 : Analyze Phase of Six Sigma

  1. Brainstorming – Identify potential causes

  2. Root Cause Analysis

  3. Cause and Effect Diagram

  4. Cause Validation and its Method)

  5. Overview of FMEA

  6. Correlation and Scatter Plot

  7. Simple Linear Regression

  8. Overview of Testing of Hypothesis

  9. Analyze Phase Toll Gate Review

Week 4 : Improve Phase of Six Sigma

  1. Techniques to Identify Creative Solutions

  2. Prioritize and Select the Solutions

  3. Risk and Cost Benefit Analysis

  4. Pilot and Validation

  5. Full Scale Implementation Planning

  6. Improve Phase Toll Gate Review

Week 5 : Control Phase of Six Sigma

  1. Process Management Plan and Control Plan

  2. Standardization in Six Sigma

  3. Mistake Proofing

  4. Training Plan

  5. Periodic Audits (Six Sigma Audit)

  6. Project Closure for Six Sigma Project

  7. Control Phase Toll Gate Review

So we welcome you to our course on Six Sigma Green Belt.