50th Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Program (Full Onsite)
May 02, 2024 - May 30, 2024
May 2, 3, 9, 10, 23, 24 & 30, 2024
Thursday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Onsite venue: Ateneo de Manila University-Salcedo Campus
Ateneo Professional Schools Building, 130 HV Dela Costa Street, Salcedo Village, Makati
Early Eagle Rate:
April 18, 2024
Learn how to carry out independent projects in your work area and support black belts in larger, cross-functional projects. This seven-day basic training will prepare you to provide key support in Six Sigma breakthrough and process improvement projects by working with cross-functional teams to define and measure problems, analyze the root causes, implement, and establish control at new levels.
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification is conferred to participants who successfully pass the examination and complete a project.
About Oriel STAT A MATRIX
Oriel STAT A MATRIX is a global leader in consulting and training related to performance improvement and regulatory compliance. They worked with different companies across the globe in effectively developing the potential from within these organizations to successfully integrate and deploy performance improvement principles and practices, and to meet organizational, regulatory, and strategic goals.
Who should attend
Any potential Green Belt, process improvement team member, quality member, process expert, or individuals, who will support Black Belts along Six Sigma project phases.
A Green Belt is a Six Sigma team member with basic knowledge of Six Sigma tools and methodology. The next step for Green Belt is often to become Black Belt.
As an Ateneo Certified Green Belt Professional, you can proceed to the Ateneo Black Belt Certification by taking only 11 days of the 16-day Black Belt program. Turn your Green Belt certification into Black Belt certification, lead your team to operational excellence, and improve your professional standing.
After the course, you will:
- Understand Six Sigma and its use for process improvement;
- Identify and clearly define problems;
- Measure the size and opportunity of problems;
- Efficiently generate probable cause reasons;
- Analyze data to discover the root causes;
- Develop and implement effective remedies; and
- Set controls at a significantly improved performance level.
Introduction to Six Sigma
I. Process improvement design and process management methodologies
II. The DMAIC methodology, outputs, and tools of each step
DEFINE: team charter, critical to quality characteristics (CTQs) from your customer’s perspective, and a high level map of the process under study
MEASURE: data collection, operational definitions, measurement systems, types of variation and appropriate responses, data analysis over time (control charts and time plots), data patterns not related to time (Pareto charts, frequency plots), process sigma calculations, process mapping, and process analysis
ANALYZE: identification of root causes (focused problem statements, 5 whys, cause-and-effect diagrams), and verification of root causes with data (scatter plots, stratified frequency plots)
IMPROVE: development, piloting, and implementation of solutions (creativity techniques and prioritization matrices) that address root causes and use data to evaluate your solutions and the plans used to carry them out
CONTROL: maintenance of the gains by standardizing work methods or processes, anticipating future improvements, and preserving project lessons
• Project roles and responsibilities
• Storyboard project presentations
• Meeting processes and techniques
• Communication skills
• Methods for decision making
• Team stages, facilitation, group dynamics, conflict
Ms. Anamaria M. Mercado is a certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt and Lean Practitioner. She received her certification after six weeks of training in the US and a two-year full-time assignment as a Six Sigma Deployment Manager. She is also the Program Director of Six Sigma Certification Programs at the Ateneo Graduate School - Center for Continuing Education.
As a Deployment Manager, she helped launch the continuous improvement initiative in her former company. She managed multiple projects across the organization, improving process performance and customer satisfaction while delivering financial benefits.
Further, she has professional experience in sales and marketing management, as well as in training and development. Over the years, Ms. Mercado has concentrated on providing training and coaching services to various clients across industries, particularly in the areas of business process improvement and service excellence.
Ms. Mercado has a degree in Business Economics and post-graduate units in Professional Education from the University of the Philippines. She also holds a Masters degree in Business Administration from the Ateneo Graduate School of Business.