ICF - LSS -Certification Courses

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ICF - LSS -Certification Courses
Lean Six Sigma Classes at Rose State College
These are certification courses offered through an agreement with ICF for certification.
College Credit may be given for additional fee of $108 per credit hour.

LEAN
ICF offers a stand-alone course in Lean tools and methodologies for those students wishing to become Lean Facilitators only.

Lean Practitioner (PIM 2024): In alignment with our operating philosophy, we believe that process improvement training should begin with a strong introduction to the principles of a Lean Enterprise. We teach the Lean tool kit in five consecutive one-day sessions, with project work following immediately thereafter. In addition to training in flow, value, and waste, this training includes basic graphical analytical techniques and an introduction to the DMAIC framework. The tool kit at this level is relatively simple but powerful, and does not require a specialized foundation in other subjects. Students are expected to leave this training fully prepared to lead successful Lean improvement events, and are expected to complete a lean project during or after completion of the class. Typical improvement targets are inventory reductions, process flow improvements, removing inherent processing delays, identifying processes that are unnecessary, deploying visual management systems and workplace organization. Cost $1875 per person base fee (Discounts available for multiple enrollments or enrollments in multiple courses), (Additional tuition costs if taken for credit).

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Green Belt – PIM 2113
The LSS Green Belt course consists of two separate weeks of training – Week 1, GB Lean Practitioner and Week 2, Understanding Variation:
GB Lean Practitioner – Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (Week 1): In alignment with our operating philosophy, we believe that process improvement training should begin with a strong introduction to the principles of a Lean Enterprise. We teach the Lean tool kit in five consecutive one-day sessions, with project work following immediately thereafter. In addition to training in flow, value, and waste, this training includes basic graphical analytical techniques and an introduction to the DMAIC framework. The tool kit at this level is relatively simple but powerful, and does not require a specialized foundation in other subjects. Students are expected to leave this training fully prepared to lead successful Lean improvement events, and are expected to complete a lean project during or after completion of the class. Typical improvement targets are inventory reductions, process flow improvements, removing inherent processing delays, identifying processes that are unnecessary, deploying visual management systems and workplace organization.

GB Understanding Variation – Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (Week 2): In our second one-week training session we focus on getting processes under control, adding the basic statistical concepts of variation and central tendency. The use of confidence intervals provides a simple but analytical way to validate hypotheses and make the student a more powerful user of data. The core concepts taught during this phase are the nature of variation, probability, standard distribution models, and the use of the standard error of the mean. This leads logically to confidence intervals, control charts, and process capability. Using these tools, students are able to reduce rework and scrap in manufacturing and commercial environments. Students are expected to be able to use statistical process control to identify special cause variation and to use more sophisticated root cause analysis to identify the sources of variation and eliminate or reduce them. Cost for weeks 1 & 2 of PIM 2113 $3500 per person base fee (Discounts available for multiple enrollments or enrollments in multiple courses), (Additional tuition costs if taken for credit).

Black Belt - PIM 2124
Reduce Variation – Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (Week 1):
During the third one-week session, students build on the confidence interval concept introduced in session two, to develop the idea of statistical significance. Teaching focuses on tools which provide students powerful root cause analysis and prediction abilities, which is the key to success on more difficult projects. As they now have a powerful methodology to attack variation, the third session’s primary focus is on Hypothesis Testing, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), regression and correlation and Measurement Systems Analysis. By identifying and isolating sources of variation, students can target high impact problem sources for control or elimination, continuing to remove scrap and rework from the value stream. Some form of analysis project is required to complete this segment of training.

Optimizing Processes – Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (Week 2): This one-week module expands on the concepts of regression and ANOVA taught in the third module to include multivariate analysis. Beginning with an introduction to multiple linear regression and multilevel ANOVA, we progress the student through designed experiments and advanced regression techniques. The combination of session three and four prepares students to create processes that produce little or no scrap and rework, and require reduced inspection and testing. An optimization project will be required upon completion of class to receive Black Belt certification. Cost for weeks 1 & 2 of PIM 2124 $3500 per person base fee (Discounts available for multiple enrollments or enrollments in multiple courses), (Additional tuition costs if taken for credit).

Full 4 Week Black Belt Course - (PIM 2096)
Includes both 2 weeks of Green Belt (PIM 2113) and 2 Weeks of Black Belt (PIM 2124) classes, curriculum and projects. Cost for 4 week course is $5950 per person. (Discounts available for multiple enrollments or enrollments in multiple courses), (Additional tuition costs if taken for credit).

Other Process Improvement Offerings
Lean Six Sigma Application Techniques Lab (Black Belt) (PIM 2091 Special Topics: LSS App. Lab):
This three day course is highly recommended and is an intense hands-on effort between the instructor(s) and each individual student centered around the Week 1 Black Belt tools set and its application to real-life situations. Students are expected to bring actual data and their project real-life scenario to class and are assisted in working through each application tool. This class is typically taught between weeks 1 and 2 of the Black Belt curriculum. Prerequisite: Week 1 Progressive Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. NOTE: Cost $1200 per person base fee (Discounts available for multiple enrollments or enrollments in multiple courses), (Additional tuition costs if taken for credit).

Value Stream Mapping and Analysis (3 Days) (PIM 2091 Special Topics: VSM & Analysis): This course is designed to teach each student, in detail, the proper steps for creating a current Value Stream Map, a Future State Map and conducting a Gap Analysis. Students will be introduced to the concepts and absolutes of Value Added, Non-Value Added and Non-Value Added but Required processes. Lean techniques for developing Future State Maps will be studied and applied and Gap Analysis will be performed on the in-class efforts. Students will leave this class with the ability to direct a VSM event and deliver a Gap Analysis. This class is designed to accommodate both administrative and manufacturing/production functions. NOTE: Cost $1200 per person base fee (Discounts available for multiple enrollments or enrollments in multiple courses), (Additional tuition costs if taken for credit).

Special Topics in Lean Six Sigma Reducing Variation (PIM 2093) (40 hour course)- This one-week teaching focuses on tools which provide students powerful root cause analysis and prediction abilities, which is the key to success on more difficult projects. Building a powerful methodology to attack variation, the primary focus is on Hypothesis Testing, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), regression and correlation and Measurement Systems Analysis. By identifying and isolating sources of variation, students can target high impact problem sources for control or elimination, continuing to remove scrap and rework from the value stream. NOTE: Cost $1875 per person base fee (Discounts available for multiple enrollments or enrollments in multiple courses), (Additional tuition costs if taken for credit.)

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training for ASFO 21 Level 1(PIM 2099) (120 hours Classroom + Project)

Course Content is a package and includes the following courses:
Process Control – Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (PIM 2113):
Reduce variation – Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (Week 1 of PIM 2124):
Optimizing Processes – Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (2nd week of PIM 2124):
Package Price per student: $4750. (Discounts available for multiple enrollments or enrollments in multiple courses), (Additional tuition costs if taken for credit).

 

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