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ASQ Six Sigma Green Belt

The Six Sigma Green Belt operates in support of or under the supervision of a Six Sigma Black Belt, analyzes and solves quality problems and is involved in quality improvement projects. A Green Belt is someone with at least three years of work experience who wants to demonstrate his or her knowledge of Six Sigma tools and processes.

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Six Sigma Green Belt

Students will acquire the knowledge to pass the ASQ Green Belt certification.  Students will learn the principles of Six Sigma and how to apply those skills in an organization to achieve quality and eliminate waste.  CSI will train the students to possess a solid understanding of the principles and tools.

Prerequisites for this program are; 3 Years of business management, control management, process management, production and/production management, or quality assurance.

Completion Requirements: 36 hours of training, completing weekly assignments, weekly quizzes, and passing your final exam with an 80% or better.

Course Syllabus


As a result of this curriculum, students will be prepared to pass the ASQ Six Sigma Green Belt certification exam.

Week 1

Six Sigma and the organization

  1. Value of Six Sigma
  2. Organizational Drivers and Metrics
  3. Goals and Projects

Lean Principles in the Organization

  1. Lean Concepts and Tools
  2. Identify Waste in Terms of Excess Inventory, Space, Test Inspection, Rework, Transportation, Storage and Reduce Cycle Time for Improvements
  3. Theory of Constraints

Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) in the Organization

  1. Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
  2. Design and Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (DFMEA & PFMEAA)
  3. Road Maps for DFSS


Week 2

Process Management for Projects

  1. Process Elements
  2. Owners and Stakeholders
  3. Identify Customers
  4. Collect and Analyze Customer Data
  5. Translate Customer Requirements

Project Management Basics

  1. Project Charter and Problem Statement
  2. Project Scope, Metrics, Planning Tools, Documentation, Risk Analysis
  3. Project Closure

Management and Planning Tools

  1. Various Diagrams, Charts, Matrices

Business Results for Projects

  1. Process Performance
  2. Failure Mode and Effects Analysis

Team Dynamics and Performance

  1. Team Stages and Dynamics
  2. Team Roles and Six Sigma
  3. Team Tools and Effective Communication


Week 3


  1. Process Analysis
  2. Collecting and Summarizing Data
  3. Descriptive Statistics
  4. Graphical Methods
  5. Probability Distributions
  6. Measurement System Analysis
  7. Process Capability and Performance


  1. Exploratory Data Analysis
  2. Hypothesis Testing

Improve Control

  1. Design of Experiments
  2. Statistical Process Control
  3. Implement and Validate Solutions
  4. Control Plan


Week 4

Body of Knowledge Categories

  1. Cultural Enablers
  2. Continuous Process Improvement I, II, III
  3. Consistent Lean Enterprise Culture
  4. Business Results
  5. Focus Topics: Quality, Delivery, Cost, Financial Impact, Competitive Impact, Probability Distributions

Review and Final Exam

Note: Syllabus assignments are due each week during regular class times. Your instructor will be available to answer questions each day of the week via phone or email.