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23 Jan 2016

DOE: SMFEN001 – Lean Bronze Certification (LBC)

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Program Description:
This program has been created with a focus on developing skills for people within manufacturing, distribution centers, and other production environments. Students will receive an understanding of manufacturing production frameworks and the functions and practices of production. Students will receive an insight to the development strategies, initiatives, and programs to introduce and sustain competitive operations in organizations.
Employment Outlook:
It is important to distinguish between job opportunities and net job growth. While, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently projected essentially no net change in manufacturing employment between 2010 and 2020, millions of openings in the sector will arise in the coming years in order to replace workers who retire or otherwise leave manufacturing jobs. BLS projects such openings by occupational category, and it estimates that, for example, production occupations (which are predominately in the manufacturing industry) will increase by 356,800 between 2010 and 2020, companies will actually need to fill more than 2.2 million openings over the decade. In short, manufacturing firms will continue to be a good source of good job opportunities. One factor potentially limiting the growth in manufacturing jobs is a mismatch between the skills needed for the jobs and the skills held by those looking for jobs.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Pre-requisite(s): None

Learn Sigma 1
⦁ Introduction to LEAN
⦁ Introduction to Project Management
⦁ Projects: Initiation, Planning, Execution
⦁ Value Stream Mapping for manufacturing
⦁ Value Stream Mapping for Services
⦁ Visualizing and Improving the Process
⦁ Kaizen Events

Learn Sigma 2
⦁ Creating a Lean Enterprise
⦁ LEAN Tools- 5S
⦁ Data Gathering and Mapping
⦁ Flow Charts and Diagrams
⦁ The Production Line Application

23 Jan 2016

DOE: AMSFQ011 – Lean Sigma Green Belt Certification (CSSGB)

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Program Description:
The participant will learn about What Six Sigma and Lean are separately and how they work together. The participant will continue their exploration of each phase of Six Sigma’s DMAIC methodology, including, project charters, process mapping, cause-and-effect tools, simple data analysis and process improvement and control methods. Because of their knowledge of Lean Six Sigma, participants who complete the course will be able to identify process improvement opportunities for escalation to Green or Black Belts and can be a valuable resource within Six Sigma project teams when improving that process, if needed.

Employment Outlook:
It is important to distinguish between job opportunities and net job growth. While, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently projected essentially no net change in manufacturing employment between 2010 and 2020, millions of openings in the sector will arise in the coming years in order to replace workers who retire or otherwise leave manufacturing jobs. BLS projects such openings by occupational category, and it estimates that, for example, production occupations (which are predominately in the manufacturing industry) will increase by 356,800 between 2010 and 2020, companies will actually need to fill more than 2.2 million openings over the decade. In short, manufacturing firms will continue to be a good source of good job opportunities. One factor potentially limiting the growth in manufacturing jobs is a mismatch between the skills needed for the jobs and the skills held by those looking for jobs.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Pre-requisite(s): Green Belt I
⦁ Lean Sigma DMAIC Processes
⦁ Process: Define Phase
⦁ Developing a Project Plan
⦁ Mapping Processes and deliverables
⦁ Measure: Studies and SPC
⦁ Data Collection- Solution Strategy
⦁ Matrix Diagrams
⦁ Set Goals for Outputs
⦁ The Human Factor: Resistance to Change

Pre-requisite(s): Green Belt II
⦁ Improve Process Phase
⦁ Controls Process Phase
⦁ Model Cause and Effect
⦁ Analyze Phase Tollgate
⦁ Maintaining Efficient Workplace
⦁ Lean 5S Implementation Methods
⦁ Measure System Analysis
⦁ Implement the Improvement
⦁ Project Tollgate Review