Design For Six Sigma Black Belt Training

Design For Six Sigma Black Belt Training

New Generation Design For Six Sigma ® Method


Target Group: 
Engineers, scientists, engineers and technicians from research and development, production planning, manufacturing and quality management from manufacturing and service companies.

Training Goal:

Understand customer requirements and translate them to develop new products and new processes.
Involves the customer indirectly at every stage of the development process from research to development and production to marketing.
Avoid products being developed at the market by.

 

On the subject:

Although many companies use Six Sigma, there are few companies that know DFSS methodology. It is the logical addition or part of a Six Sigma strategy to secure the development process for products and processes. This is today even more relevant, since our experience the goal of many companies is to stabilize the time to market without sacrificing robust, cost-effective and innovative products / processes.


In the future, companies which will be able to transfer robust and innovative products into robust and innovative production processes while complying to the time to market deadlines, will be able to increase their productivity significantly. The goal of bringing products to the market with short ramp-up times, allowing them to start products at different production sites at the same time, and the goal to reduce the production and product costs will only be achieved with a methodology that makes the goal comprehensible and measurable. This will be achieved with Design For Six Sigma (DFSS).


"New Generation Design For Six Sigma®" (DFSS) method leads to a higher degree of certainty in terms of time and to a significant increase in the productivity of the development process. By deliberately reducing the variation in product properties during the utilization phase, variation in the production process and the component variation, as well as the errors in the field and in the production process, the new generation DFSS helps to secure customer satisfaction.

The focus of the "New Generation Design For Six Sigma ®" (DFSS) is on the safeguarding of the fundamental and generic functions of the products and processes. It is one of the most effective methods available to reduce product / process costs, improve product / process quality while minimizing development cycles.

 

Studies show that the development quality affects more than 70% of the product costs over the product life cycle.


The Six Sigma goal leads to unusual successes in eliminating problems encountered in manufacturing or in the administrative processes. The robustness strategy and the innovative design tools iTools ® supplement "New Generation Design For Six Sigma®" in error prevention and optimize the product design and the manufacturing process.

Agenda:

1st week: Identify
• Introduction to DFSS
• Design For Six Sigma Roadmap
• Introduction to project management
• Project definition and scoping (Project Charter)
• Introduction to statistics (descriptive statistics)
• Measurement metrics, measurement system analysis
• Planning, execution and analysis of customer surveys (VOC)
• Determination of customer needs (must bes, one dimensional and delighters with Kano Model)
• Quantification of goals and prognosis of target achievement (design scorecard)
• Review Design For Six Sigma projects
• Training with MINITAB® and Acclaro®

 

2nd Week: Design

• Project review
• Determination of functional requirements (Functional Block Diagram & P-Diagram)
• Prediction of product design and process capability (Prediction Product / Process Capability)
• Concept selection and evaluation (Pugh Matrix)
• Determination of dependencies between functional requirements and design / process parameters (DFSS-Matrix)
• Introduction to Risk Assessment
• TRIZ (theory of inventive problem solving)
• DFMEA
• Training with MINITAB® and Acclaro®

3rd week: Optimize
• Project review
• Hypothesis tests
• Power & sample Size
• Correlation and regression analysis
• Introduction to experimental planning
• Statistical Experimental Planning DOE Full Factorial
• Statistical experimental planning DOE Fractional Factorial
• DOE Exercise
• Reliability analysis (Design for Reliability)
• Training with MINITAB® and Acclaro®

4th week: Validate
• Project review
• Robust product and process design (parameter design and tolerance design, modeling and sensitivity, quality loss function, tolerance management)
• Confirmation of the prognosis by means of trials (Verification and Validation)
• Response Surface Methodology (RSM), Multiple Response Optimizer
• Development of control plans
• Static process control (SPC) for selected characteristics according to scorecard
• Financial assessment of Design For Six Sigma projects
• Overview Design for Six Sigma (DFSS)
• Training with MINITAB® and Acclaro®

Certification:
After the end of the course the participant receives the "Design For Six Sigma Black Belt Certificate".
After the successful completion of the Six Sigma project the participant receives the "CertifiedDesign For Six Sigma Black Belt" certificate. The content of the qualification corresponds to the Six Sigma concept of the American Society for Quality Management ASQ

Training Duration:
20 days training (4 weeks to 5 days each), respectively
- Mondays from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm,
- Tuesdays to Thursdays from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and
- Fridays from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm

 

This training can also be carried out in-house. For an in-house training, we will be happy to make an offer.


Scope of Services and Participation Fee:

Course Costs: 8.800,- EUR plus VAT
The participation fee has to be paid before the start of the course.


The Service Includes:
• Detailed training documents as pdf file on USB stick
• Numerous MINITAB® data files for the exercises
• Numerous Excel tools
Certificate Design For Six Sigma Black Belt
• A pleasant training atmosphere in the hotel with excellent catering and the best service

 

Software:
Each participant must have a laptop with the software Microsoft® Excel from 2003, MINITAB® from R15, Adobe® Reader® from 5.0 onwards.

 

Place                             Week1                                             Week2                                          Week3                                             Week4

Düsseldorf                   23.09-26.09.2019                          21.10-24.10.2019                       25-11-28.11.2019                        16.12-19.12.2019

Stuttgart                      23.09-26.09.2019                          21.10-24.10.2019                       25-11-28.11.2019                        16.12-19.12.2019

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