six sigma training in noida by amirit tech services

 Learn under the guidance of certified Master Black Belts (MBBs) with multi-industry exposure and extensive project knowledge.

 Certified Lean Six Sigma training .

 Sample question papers and case studies


 End-to-end project support

Classroom Training

✔ Classroom training is considered the most effective form of learning.
✔ Develops important personality and career building skills.
✔ Technology-Based Learning. Common methods of learning via technology include.

Campus Training

✔ Online assessment program during campus placement.
✔ Campus learning is a premium option for campus instruction
✔ 24*7 learning assistance and support

Corporate House Training

✔ Flexible pricing options
✔ Enterprise grade Learning Management System (LMS)
✔ Enterprise dashboards for individuals and teams
✔ 24×7 learner assistance and support

Interactive Workshop

✔ A workshop is a great way for someone to learn about a particular subject.
✔ Workshop are usually longer often 1 to 2 days
✔ Seminars are usually 90 minutes to 3 hours
✔ A training workshop is a type of interactive training

Online Training

✔ Online training is effective for training across multiple locations.
✔ 24×7 learner assistance and support.
✔ Amirit Techservices online course platform is one of the most well-known sources of education via the internet.

SIX Sigma Certification Training

 

1. Overview

• Introduction and ground rules
• Six Sigma Overview
• Lean Overview
• Other Methodologies (PDCA, TOC and PM)
• Capture class background knowledge and expectations (4-square)

2. Define Phase

3. Measure Phase

4. Analyze Phase

• Cause and Effect Diagrams
• Cause and Effect Matrix
• Introduction to Hypothesis Testing (Type I and Type II Errors)
• Correlation and Regression
• Compare Means, Variances and Proportions
• Lean Tools (5 Why Analysis)

5. Improve Phase

6. Control Phase

1. What are the process of SIX Sigma Examinations?

1. What is SIX Sigma and how it is work ?

2. Why Six sigma called six sigma ?

3. What are the 5 lean principles?