Six Sigma White Belt | For Engineers

Ali Suleiman, Mechanical Design Engineer

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10 Lessons (48m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:07
    • 2. What is Six Sigma

      7:45
    • 3. Understanding the Belts

      7:39
    • 4. Certification in Six Sigma

      5:40
    • 5. Importance of Six Sigma for Engineers

      5:08
    • 6. Data Distribution

      3:47
    • 7. Mean and Standard Deviation

      3:00
    • 8. The Sigma Levels

      4:34
    • 9. Performance vs Industry

      4:44
    • 10. DMAIC: Overview

      4:06
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About This Class

If you are an engineer and still have no idea about six sigma and would like to learn about it, then this course is all what you need to have  your first step in the world of six sigma and be able to apply the basic tools of it.

This is a complete course in Lean six sigma Methodology covering the white belt level, including examples to make the ideas more clarified.

The course includes all topics related to 6 sigma, starting from defining the term and why it is so important for  industries in regard to quality and also to engineers for their career development.

The course then dive into the core topics starting from defining processes and how their performance is evaluated along with a clear explanation on normal distribution and its relation with evaluation of performance. After we learn how to quantify the performance using the mean and standard deviation values and how to use these values to define the sigma level of performance.

The course finally introduces the six sigma algorithm DMAIC  through an overview in regard to its 5 stages.