objective

Develops knowledge and learning in the application of Lean and Six Sigma methods and tools as well as leading projects to identify, define and solve quality problems and services and take advantage of opportunities in processes of different sectors that lead to the achievement of strategies, mission and vision of your organization


Benefits of the program

  • You will obtain the certification of the IASSC (International Associaton for Six Sigma Certification) and the International Black Belt Certification endorsed by BMGI.
  • You will have access to updated material and aligned with BMGI online courses.
  • You will have personalized advice from instructors and professionals with decades of academic and industrial experience for the practical application of knowledge.
  • You will apply Lean concepts, such as the 5Ss, waste reduction, value map and error prevention.
  • You will define, evaluate and execute DMAIC projects (definition-measurement-analysis-increment control) and Kaizen events.
  • You will apply the DMAIC methodology to business problems and guide the projects from phase to phase.
  • You will learn to use statistical tools of basic and advanced analysis to determine the relationship between inputs and outputs of a process.


Addressed to

Professionals committed to the continuous improvement of the business sector of manufacturing and services.


Content of the program

The International Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification consists of seven modules, totaling 192 hours of study in total.

Module 1. Definition (24 hours)

  • Introduction: continuous improvement and operational excellence
  • Introduction to innovation
  • Fundamentals of Six Sigma
  • Lean basics
  • Recognition of problems
  • Statement of problems
  • Process analysis
  • Scope of the project
  • Definition of project objectives
  • Estimation of project benefits
  • Development of the project charter
  • Project rubric lean six sigma
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Criteria for the selection of BBs and GBs
  • Factors of success displays lean six sigma

Module 2. Lean (24 hours)

  • Waste and value
  • Visual control (5S)
  • Mapping the value stream
  • Define VSM of the current state
  • Analysis of the process
  • Pull (Pull)
  • Error-proof, aka Poka Yoke
  • Total productive maintenance (TPM)
  • Quick product change (SMED)
  • Flow of a piece
  • Work cells
  • Just in time, Kanban, standardized work
  • Jidoka, Heijunka, Kaizen

Module 3. Basic Measurement and Analysis (24 hours)

  • Process mapping (SIPOC)
  • Process detail
  • Cause and effect tools
  • AMEF (Analysis of failure mode and effect)
  • Tutorial minitab
  • Basic statistics
  • Analysis of the measurement system (MSA, GR
  • Process capacity analysis (Cpk, Ppk)

Module 4. Basic Increase and Control (24 hours)

  • Statistic analysis
  • Graphic methods
  • Fundamentals of experimental design (DOE)
  • Fundamentals of statistical process control (SPC)
  • Closure of projects

Module 5. Advanced Analysis (40 hours)

  • Rolled Throughput Yield
  • Confidence intervals
  • Hypothesis tests
  • Tests of means and variances
  • Variance, proportions
  • Analysis of variance (ANOVA)
  • Correlation and regression
  • Tests for proportions
  • Crosstabs
  • Sample sizes
  • Advanced graphic methods

Module 6. Advanced Increase (32 hours)

  • Complete factorial design
  • 2K factorial design
  • Random blocks
  • Factorial 2K with central points and blocking
  • Fractional Factorial
  • Response surfaces
  • Generation and evaluation of solutions

Module 7. Advanced Control (40 hours)

  • EVOP / PLEX
  • Control methods
  • SPC continuous variables
  • SPC; variable attributes
  • Multiple regression
  • Black Belts as pioneers
  • Closure of projects
Program taught in:
  • Spanish

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Last updated October 30, 2018
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