1 Year E-Learning Access
Get 35 PMI PDUs
ASQ exam (Optional)
2/3 days instructor-led training*
• What is Six Sigma
• BPM Six Sigma Structure
• Introduction to DFSS FMEA_Normal Curve
• Introduction to Define QFD
• VoC and CTQ
• Project Charter
• Project Metrics SIPOC Production
• Measure Datatypes
• Descriptive Stat Graphical Summary
• Probability Distribution
• MSA and Gage R and R
• Capability Study
• Pareto Chart and Run Chart
• Box Plot Hypothesis Testing Production
• Analysis tools
• Multivariate ANOVA T-test
• Improve Phase
• Design of Experiments
• Statistical Process Group (SPC)
• SPC 8 Rules Control Chart
• Types of Charts and Control Plan
A: Six Sigma is a set of tools and strategies for process improvement originally developed by Motorola. Six Sigma seeks to improve the quality of process outputs by identifying and removing the causes of defects (errors) and minimizing variability in manufacturing and business processes.
A: This 1-day hands-on instructor-led training focusses on the final preparation for the Six Sigma Green Belt Exam including:
Solving of a Mock exam
Exam Question analysis and
It provides an intense learning environment to the attendees for their exam preparation and is scheduled once every month. You will be provided with a link to attend the session.
A: ASQ or American Society for Quality is a global community of over 80000 quality professionals dedicated to the promotion and advancement of quality tools, principles, and practices. Originally based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, ASQ currently has members from over 150 countries.
A: ASQ vs IASSC
Does not accredit training providers
We are an IASSC Accredited Training Provider
ASQ requires at least 3 years of full time experience in one or more areas mentioned in SSGB Body of Knowledge.
IASSC doesn’t require any prerequisite to sit for Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Exam
Exam Duration – 4 hours
Exam Duration – 3 hours
Six Sigma uses techniques to improve operational performances by eliminating defects.
Lean Six Sigma focuses on improving operational performance by reducing waste as well as on Six Sigma quality improvement methodologies.
A: Examinations are graded using a "cut-score" process based on the Modified Angoff procedure. Participants need a score of 550 points out of a possible 750 to be certified.
A: Work Experience - Three years of full-time, paid work experience in one or more areas of the Six Sigma Green Belt Body of Knowledge.
A: People working in the Quality Management domain. Ex- Quality System Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Analysts, Auditors, etc.
A: For both Bootcamp and Without Bootcamp:
As soon as you register, an automated email with your receipt and your access credentials for audio-video lectures is sent to your registered email ID.
*Note: You can choose to attend any number of batches for 6 months from the date of registering.
A: The exam follows a 4-hour, 100 nos. objective-type question pattern, and is conducted twice a year, in June and December by local ASQ sections and international organizations. All exams are open-book, with participants supposed to bring in their own reference materials and calculators.
A: Divided into 5 sections- Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control
A: The Body of Knowledge of Six Sigma Green Belt certification training is ASQ Body of Knowledge.
A: Please follow these steps:
1. Check your eligibility to get certified
2. Enroll for Training Program (GreyCampus provides one of the Best Training for Six Sigma Certifications)
3. Complete the course
4. Attempt Written Test
5. Complete Assigned Projects
6. Avail the Grey Campus certificate for SSGB
A: The SSGB exam consists of 100 questions to be answered in 4 hours. All questions are of multiple choice and true/false type.
A: You can click on the “Enroll for this course” button at the top of this page and make a payment using Credit Card/Debit Card/Internet Banking/Paypal. You can also contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A: All PDU E-Certificates will reach participants within 2 business days after the training.