Black Belt Manufacturing training

Take Lean Six Sigma to the shopfloor with our distinguished Black Belt Manufacturing training. This training includes modules on project leadership, change management, statistical research and much more. Our Manufacturing training will ensure your total understanding of Lean Six Sigma and how to apply it in any manufacturing environment, as it is one of the few which exceeds strict ISO18404 and ISO15053 quality standards. Also available as group training, for more info see our In-Company pages

Overview

Duration

5 Months

Price

$8,100.00

Prerequisites

None

Locations

2 locations

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Tailor-made group training or coaching by our (Master) Black Belts, tailored to your workplace.

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IntroductiON

The effectiveness of Lean Six Sigma Black Belts

Have you ever wondered why issues at work persist, even when many people are unhappy about them? It’s likely that several attempts to resolve the problem were made, yet it kept coming back. The underlying issue here is that true improvement does not work without knowing exactly what to resolve. This insight and the skill of finding out and exposing the real root cause of a problem is what makes Black Belts the driving force behind the resolving and prevention of problems. Black Belts know which changes truly contribute. And only through this understanding can lasting improvements be achieved.

  • Extensive alumni network
  • Various types of training
  • 1-on-1 project coaching

  • Exclusive MyTraining™ learning platform
  • ISO-certified courses
  • International company presence

Based on student reviews, our courses are rated 4.8/5.0 stars

The organizational benefits

All organizations benefit enormously from a reduction of waste. Imagine a department where workflows aren’t disrupted by a lack of materials, waiting times, or defects. By reducing waste, you improve productivity. Lean Six Sigma typically defines 7 types of waste, and Black Belts know how to eliminate each of them. They achieve this either through initiatives on a daily basis, or through complex, inter-departmental projects. The latter is where Black Belts achieve the most significant results, and how they are best utilized. During the training, participants are taught all the essential tools and methods, how to involve stakeholders, and keep efforts focused until results are in the bag.

Training variants

Your way of studying

Classroom

Attend a classroom training session and enjoy interaction with fellow students. Share ideas, learn from group exercises and discuss project ideas with your trainer, even from the first day. Our classrooms are all about interactivity and our practical exercises will help you develop your own Lean insights.

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Virtual

Interactivity and engagement are key for all of our trainings. Together with your fellow students, you will explore various tools and methods such as Push & Pull, Poka Yoke, Kaizen events, 5S and much more. The same quality as our classroom training sessions but from the comfort of your home or office.

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Curriculum

About our Black Belt Manufacturing training

The effectiveness of Lean Six Sigma Black Belts stems from the rare ability to help everyone save time. Time is always in short supply. But by refining processes, creating shared routines and by changing how people deal with hurdles at work, Lean Six Sigma practitioners help can save enormous amounts of time. Black Belts know how to deconstruct and rebuild even the most complex processes, learn how to involve others in Continuous Improvement and how to improve the working standard for everyone.

Black Belt Manufacturing training

The Black Belt ‘Manufacturing’ training has been created for professionals aiming to employ Lean Six Sigma on a full-time basis within larger, enterprise-sized organizations. Specifically those involved with manufacturing and the mass production of goods. This training is intended for those who seek future employment in the Continuous Improvement field, and the training content reflects this. Included in the training is a coached project and in total will take approximately 5 – 6 months.

Below we have listed an overview of our program and learning materials which you can pick and choose from to study, prepare and consult at any point after your registration.

Program overview

1. Preparation

To help you prepare, the training includes:

  • An in-depth study manual
  • Up to 45 videos on Lean and Lean Six Sigma
  • 2 digital books focusing on Lean, and Six Sigma
  • Complementary TPC e-learning courses
  • Direct access to MyTraining™

2. Training Days

Your training sessions include:

  • 10 classroom days
  • Practical simulation(s)
  • Discussion of project challenges and related best practises
  • Peer-to-peer learning and activities
  • Theoretical exam and certification

3. Your Project

To ensure your project will be a success, the training includes:

  • 1-on-1 project coaching
  • Pre-made project templates
  • Project evaluations and assistance with the first steps
  • 5 tollgate reviews
  • A comprehensive overview of deliverables

4. Certification

Certification entails the following:

  • Two expert reviews of your project
  • Certification ceremony with your Master Black Belt and Manager
  • Official Black Belt certificate
  • Official registration in our database
  • Access to the exclusive Black Belt Alumni LinkedIn-page

Preparation

Training Days

Your Project

Certification

Getting certified

The value of your Black Belt Manufacturing certificate

Successfully completing one of our trainings is awarded with an internationally recognized certificate. But what exactly determines the worth of a certificate? We explain why a certificate from The Lean Six Sigma Company is of a higher standard than others on the value of your certificate page.

Black Belt Manufacturing certificate

Financial details

Training costs

Costs

The path to becoming certified as a Black Belt according to the ISO 18404 standards requires you to complete both a theory training and an in-field Lean Six Sigma project. The theory training takes place over the course of multiple days and is supported by a full digital suite of preparation materials. For the project you will receive coaching and project review from an experienced Lean Six Sigma expert.

If circumstances do not allow for a project during the same timeframe as the theory training, it is possible to start with theory only and to move on to your project at a later point in time.

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$8,100

Black Belt Manufacturing Training incl. practical assignment

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$6,250

Black Belt Manufacturing Training theory only

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Return-on-Investment

Results and cold, hard facts are often the best way to justify a purchase. Our courses are no different, and deliver said results without fail. After having trained thousands of students in the Lean Six Sigma methodology, we have found that Black Belt projects can reduce costs by up to 6, or even 7 figures, often from the very first project. And with projects taking approximately 4-6 months, it is even possible to carry out multiple projects a year.

In-Company

If it’s a training for an entire team you’re looking for, then our In-Company pages will be of interest. Our trainers will also host every training we offer to individuals in your organization. There’s no easier way to get started with Lean or Lean Six Sigma as a team than with our In-Company training.

In-Company training

Free webinar

Awareness training

Learn how to utilize Lean Six Sigma and which training would be most effective for you. Attend one of our webinars and get all the answers. During the awareness training, our (Master) Black Belt trainers will explain the fundamentals of the methodology to you, and how to turn your ideas into results. Let us answer your questions and reveal just how much you could benefit from employing Lean Six Sigma.

  • Tailored training advice for every student
  • Q&A session about the Lean Six Sigma methodology
  • Discuss project ideas with other attendees
  • Get to know our trainers
  • Available to everyone
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Starting dates Black Belt Manufacturing training


14 Sep
Live Virtual Classroom

Live Virtual Classroom

Course language: English
Course type: Virtual
Comment: Course Times (Given by each time zone): Eastern 10am – 5:30pm, Central 9am – 4:30pm, Pacific 7am – 2:30pm

Training dates
14 September 2022|15 September 2022|28 September 2022|29 September 2022|5 October 2022|6 October 2022|12 October 2022|13 October 2022|26 October 2022|27 October 2022

Address
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02 Nov
Fox Chase Cancer Center/Main Campus – Philadelphia

Fox Chase Cancer Center/Main Campus – Philadelphia

Course language: English
Course type: Classroom
Comment: Course Times (Given by each time zone): Eastern 10am – 5:30pm, Central 9am – 4:30pm, Pacific 7am – 2:30pm

Training dates
2 November 2022|3 November 2022|16 November 2022|17 November 2022|30 November 2022|1 December 2022|7 December 2022|8 December 2022|14 December 2022|15 December 2022

Address
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Live Virtual Classroom

Course language: English
Course type: Virtual
Comment: Course Times (Given by each time zone): Eastern 10am – 5:30pm, Central 9am – 4:30pm, Pacific 7am – 2:30pm

Training dates
14 September 2022, 15 September 2022, 28 September 2022, 29 September 2022, 5 October 2022, 6 October 2022, 12 October 2022, 13 October 2022, 26 October 2022, 27 October 2022

Address
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Fox Chase Cancer Center/Main Campus – Philadelphia

Course language: English
Course type: Classroom
Comment: Course Times (Given by each time zone): Eastern 10am – 5:30pm, Central 9am – 4:30pm, Pacific 7am – 2:30pm

Training dates
2 November 2022, 3 November 2022, 16 November 2022, 17 November 2022, 30 November 2022, 1 December 2022, 7 December 2022, 8 December 2022, 14 December 2022, 15 December 2022

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333 Cottman Avenue, 19111

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1. Can I enroll and join a training without any prior experience or knowledge of Lean Six Sigma?

Every training we provide assumes our students start the training without any understanding of the Lean Six Sigma methodology. It starts with the fundamentals and explains every topic that is mentioned without assuming prior experience. During the training, you will carry out simulations and exercises to help you develop your knowledge. If you choose to carry out a project as part of your training, you will be coached and assisted by one of the (Master) Black Belts of The Lean Six Sigma Company to help you get started.

2. What is the right training for me?

This depends on your goals and what you intend to achieve. If you would prefer to employ Lean Six Sigma on a part-time basis, for example alongside of other work, the Green Belt training would be the best choice. If it’s your aim to work with Continuous Improvement and Lean Six Sigma on a full-time basis, then the Black Belt training would be the right pick. The same applies to Lean and our Lean Practitioner and Lean Leader training, respectively.

3. Is a Lean Six Sigma training relevant to my career phase?

Lean Six Sigma is a methodology that one can start using during any career phase and this training is the ideal starting point. Even as a beginner, your work can add tremendous value. Lean Six Sigma can serve as an addition to your current work, replacing a part of your existing responsibilities. Or it can become a new full-time career, depending on the training you choose.

 

4. How does the ‘Services’ training differ from the ‘Manufacturing’ training?

The Services training is most fitting for those employed in transactional careers such as general administration, logistics, finance, etc. The ‘Manufacturing’ training is most fitting for those involved with mass production, machinery, factories and automation). While the Of course, those who complete the Manufacturing training can still carry out projects in the aforementioned transactional fields.

5. I find statistics a daunting topic, is a Lean Six Sigma training still for me?

The Green Belt training has very little statistics content, as opposed to our Black Belt course. Yet even the Black Belt courses have designed to start at the very basics, on the assumption that our students aren’t familiar with anything related to statistics. We realize the idea of working with statistics can sound somewhat intimidating, but our trainers have helped thousands of students understand (and find their interest in) statistics. Additionally, we offer complementary courses and several videos on our MyTraining™ platform that will help you prepare for, or repeat, specific exercises.

6. Do you offer training in other languages?

More information about our worldwide presence can be found on our theleansixsigmacompany.eu worldmap page, here you will find in which countries we are currently active and offer training.

7. Green Belt vs Black Belt

The main difference is the scope of your projects. Green Belt projects are usually aimed at solving issues that affect a small part of a single department. Black Belt projects tend to tackle long-standing, complex issues that cross departmental lines. The responsibilities of a Green Belt align with those of a project manager. Black Belts carry more responsibilities and take a more active, leading role where they direct other Green Belts during projects.

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