Lean Six Sigma Black Belt I
MECH&AE X 428.80
This course prepares students to fulfill the role of a Six Sigma Black Belt in providing technical guidance and mentoring to Green Belts, senior leadership, and other team members.
Starting at $999.00
As few as 11 weeks
What you can learn.
- Apply the advanced Lean and Six Sigma system tools, techniques, and steps to eliminate waste by reducing variations and cutting down unecessary steps in the workplace
- Apply methodical approaches to enterprise and strategic level planning for both organizational development and change processes
- Develop control measurement systems for effective performance tracking
- Act as the teacher, mentor, and the role model in the workplace to achieve successful results
About this course:
Lean Six Sigma helps organizations develop and deliver near-perfect products and services in a more efficient way to both meet and exceed customer requirements, and to become more profitable. This course prepares students to fulfill the role of a Six Sigma Black Belt, providing technical guidance and mentoring to Green Belts, leadership, and other team members. Subjects include strategic planning, measuring performance, team development, and understanding the customer. This is not an exam prep course. Completing both Lean Six Sigma Black Belt I and II provides students with practical knowledge to improve their organizations and excel in their careers.
It is advisable that you complete the following (or equivalent) since they are prerequisites for Lean Six Sigma Black Belt I.
Successful completion of the UCLA Extension X 428.69 Six Sigma Green Belt, or a comparable Green Belt course from a recognized source, and consent of instructor.
Spring 2019 Schedule
These courses are fully online, and there are no in-person classroom meetings.
Instructor: David Arvonio
41 days left. Enroll by Apr 1, 2019
Internet access required.
No refunds after April 15, 2019
Book: The Certified Six Sigma Black Belt Handbook, Second Edition by T.M. Kubiak and Donald W. Benbow
©2009 ASQ Quality Press
Book: The Toyota Way to Lean Leadership: Achieving and Sustaining Excellence through Leadership Development by Jeffrey K. Liker
©2011 McGraw-Hill Education