Lean Six Sigma BLACK Belt Training & Certification programme

Growing businesses, geographical expansions and close competitive contest, have caused a need for accurate inputs which can be benchmarked correctly and from which analysis and conclusions can be drawn. While business objectives are often brainstormed in board meetings and leadership forums, a void remains in how they are translated into organisational capability as well as benchmark and process performance. This ten-day programme has been designed to bridge this gap.

Lean Six Sigma Black


Key Facts

  • Duration: 8 days, 10am-5pm (48 hours)
  • Delivery Mode:
    • Live Online
    • On campus (please note our campus is currently closed due to Covid-19)
  • Fees: SGD $8,239, inclusive of GST


  • Quality Assurance Engineers, Project Managers, Team leaders, Software Professionals, Practitioners, Software Quality
  • Assurance team members and Senior Management
  • Management team of Organisations who intend to implement and practice Six Sigma
  • Those who want to get certified as Black Belt in Six Sigma
  • Future managers including management students
  • Any other professional members who are doing research, innovations or consulting in process improvement practices


London School of Business & Finance in Singapore has gathered together a team of highly experienced Lean Six Sigma practitioners and faculties – from one of the big-four accounting firms – to deliver the training.

Seminar, class participation, printed materials, supplementary readings, and case studies.

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

Candidates should be Six Sigma Green Belt trained/certified.

Course overview

  • Six Sigma methodology and DMAIC process
  • Highlights role of Black Belt and other team members for successful implementation
  • Project selection and defining techniques for maximum impact
  • How to convert practical problem to statistical problem and derive statistical solution then convert it to practical solution for implementation
  • Project management techniques - How to present your project, project closure and key to successful transition
  • How to use Minitab for statistical analysis

Course outline

  • Project Charter, VOC to CTQs, Kano Model, SIPOC
  • Process Capability, Segmentation & Stratification
  • Measurement System Analysis (Gage & Attribute R&R)
  • Box Plot, Rolled Through Put Yield, Process Map Analysis
  • Pareto, Concept of Lean, C&I Matrix, Hypothesis Testing
  • Correlation, TRIZ, C&B Matrix, Mistake Proofing, FMEA
  • Process Management Charts, SPC, Response Plan
  • Fishbone Diagram, Data Collection Plan Normality Study
  • Run Chart, Control Chart, Sampling Strategy, Regression
  • Hypothesis - Formation, Alpha and Beta Risks; Test of Means, Variances, Ratios
  • Hypothesis Testing of One Y,X pair: Chi Square, ANOVA (Analysis of Variance)
  • Analysis of Multiple Variables: Concept of Rational Sub grouping, ANOVA (Analysis of Variance)
  • Case study on Hypothesis testing - Concept of Statistical test flow chart
  • Screen Potential Causes - Design of Experiments
  • Significance of DOE (Design of Experiments) to causation
  • DOE Terminology: Main Effects; Interactions; Factors; Settings; Factorial Designs; Degrees of Freedom
  • Introduction to Factorial Design- Full and Fractional Factorial
  • Factors and Output; DOE requirements; Setting up a DOE study - understanding Alias Table
  • Main Effects Plot; Interactions Plot, Pareto with Confidence Intervals, significance of Standardized effect
  • Change Management Tools like A-RM-I, GRPI, Stakeholder Analysis, Elevator Speech, Threat and opportunity

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+65 6580 7700

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