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Six Sigma Black Belt Training & Certification in New York

This course is designed to train the participants and help them prepare for and pass the CSSBB (Certified Six Sigma Black Belt) Exam conducted by the ASQ (American Society for Quality).
Upon registration, you will get access to all bootcamps of Six Sigma Black Belt for 6 months.*
*Bootcamp registrations only.
  • Bootcamp (3/4-day classes)

  • Access to GreyCampus platform

  • 3 simulated exams

  • ASQ exam (Optional)

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What you get

  • Access to GreyCampus platform, practice questions, 3 simulated tests, and more
  • 45 PMI PDUs

Program Outcomes


Develop skills to use Six Sigma methodologies, Lean concepts, and DMAIC methodologies: Design, Measure, Analyse, Improve, and Control.


Our SSBB course curriculum is aligned to the American Society for Quality (ASQ) Body of Knowledge.


Pass the SSBB certification exam and become a certified professional in Quality Management.

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We offer a no questions asked, 100% money back guarantee to all of our training participants. This guarantee covers you when you are dissatisfied with any aspect of the Six Sigma Black Belt Training & Certification, and communicate it to us via an email ( within 24 hours from the time of attending the first session of the bootcamp training. It's that easy!

Program Curriculum

  • Organization-wide Planning and Deployment
    History of continuous improvement
    Value and foundations of Six Sigma
    Value and foundations of Lean
    Integration of Lean and Six Sigma
    Business processes and systems
    Six sigma and Lean applications
  • Organization-wide Planning and Deployment-Leadership
    Leadership responsibilities
    Organizational roadblocks
    Change management
    Six Sigma projects and kaizen events
    Six Sigma roles and responsibilities
  • Organizational Process Management and Measures
    A. Impact on Stakeholders
    B. Critical to x (CTx) Requirements
    C. Benchmarking
    D. Business Performance Measures
    E. Financial Measures
  • Team Management
    A. Team Formation
    B. Team Facilitation
    C. Team Dynamics
    D. Needs Assesment
    E. Delivery
    F. Team Performance Evaluation and Reward
  • Define -Voice of the customer
    Customer identification
    Customer feedback
    Customer requirements
  • Define - Business Case and Project charter
    Business Case
    Problem statement
    Project scope
    Goals and objectives
    Project performance measures
  • Define -Project tracking
    Project tracking
  • Measure -Process characteristics
    Input and output variables
    Process flow metrics
    Process analysis tools
  • Measure -Data collection
    Types of data
    Measurement scales
    Sampling methods
    Collecting data
  • Measure -Measurement systems
    Measurement methods
    Measurement systems analysis
    Measurement systems in the enterprise
  • Measure -Basic statistics
    Basic terms
    Central limit theorem
    Descriptive statistics
    Graphical methods
    Valid statistical conclusions
  • Measure -Probability
    Basic concepts
    Commonly used distributions
  • Measure -Process capability
    Process capability indices
    Process performance indices
    Short-term and long-term capability
    Process capability for attributes data
    Process capability studies
    Process performance vs. specification
  • Analyze -Measuring and modeling relationships between variables
    Correlation coefficient
    Multivariate tools
  • Analyze - Hypothesis testing
    Statistical vs. practical significance
    Sample size
    Point and interval estimates
    Non-parametric tests
  • Analyze - Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
    Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
  • Analyze - Additional analysis methods
    Gap analysis
    Root cause analysis
    Waste analysis
  • Improve Phase
    A. Design Of Experiments (DOE)
    B. Waste Elimination
    C. Cycle Time Reduction
    D. Kaizen and Kaizen Blitz
    E. Theory of Constraints
    F. Implementation
    G. Risk Analysis and Mitigation
  • Control - Statistical process control (SPC)
    Selection of variables
    Rational subgrouping
    Control chart selection
    Control chart analysis
  • Control - Other control tools
    Total productive maintenance (TPM)
    Visual controls
  • Control - Maintain controls
    Measurement system re-analysis
    Control plan
  • Control - Sustain improvements
    Lessons learned
    Training plan deployment
    Ongoing evaluation
  • Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)
    A. Common DFSS Methodologies
    B. Design for X (DFX)
    C. Robust Design and Process