We provide the same course notes, tools, and templates you would receive in our “in-person” traditional classroom course.  By providing them to you in an online self-study format, you save thousands of dollars!


Program Details:

Course: Six Sigma Master Black Belt Certification Program
Couse Length: Approximately 110 hours
Course Deadline: 1 year from purchase
Course Format: Self-paced/Self-study
Prerequisites: None
Lesson Format: PowerPoint or Adobe PDF
Number of Lessons: 18
Number of Exams: 1
Exam Type: Comprehensive, multiple-choice, non-timed, 134 questions
Exam Retakes Allowed: Yes (unlimited within 1 year)
Project Required for Certification: No
Final Certification Format: PDF (View Sample)
Course Requirements: Internet access, email account, compatible web browser, ability to view PDF documents.



Enrollment Notice:


Sorry, we are no longer accepting new enrollments into this course at this time.


For those seeking Six Sigma Training and Certification, we recommend Aveta Insitute's Six Sigma Online. In addition to this course, they offer several different "specialized" versions as well (i.e. for Healthcare, Finance, IT, etc.).


For those seeking to just take the online certification exam, we recommend you visit The Council for Six Sigma Certification.




Topics Covered:

-Define Lean Six Sigma
-Roles and Responsibilities
-DMAIC Process Overview
-DMADV Process Overview
-Lean Overview
-Policy Deployment
-Strategic Planning
-System of Indicators
-Define COPQ
-Introduce Lean Six Sigma Tools
-Voice of the Customer
-Project Selection
-Management Reviews
-Process Management
-Process Flowcharting
-Data Collection
-Basic Probability & Statistics
-Basic Sampling
-Cause/Effect Analysis
-Review & Toy Truck Exercise
-Improve & Implement
-Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
-Introduction to Statistical Process Control
-Control Chart Selection Tree
-Variables Control Charts
-Attribute Control Charts
-5 S's
-Mistake Proofing
-Advanced Probability and Statistics
-Advanced Sampling
-Measurement Systems Analysis
-Process Capability
-Hypothesis Testing
-Non-Parametric Tests of Hypothesis
-Correlation/Regression Analysis
-Introduction to Design of Experiments
-DOE Activity
-Fault Tree Analysis
-Quantifying Reliability
-Weibull Analysis
-Lean Enterprise
-Quality Function Deployment
-Management & Planning Tools