DESIGN FOR SIX SIGMA

Design For Six Sigma (DFSS) uses a different methodology to pure Six Sigma, namely Define, Measure, Analyse, Design and Verify (DMADV instead of DMAIC). This course, Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) is a structured approach that designs Lean Six Sigma performance into transactional processes from the start. DFSS is about leaping past incremental improvements by utilising a rigorous design method to create service processes that surpass customer expectations by delivering value and excellence. Where Six Sigma is used for reducing defects in existing products or process, DFSS is used to design new products or processes in the Six Sigma way with fewer defects to meet customer specifications without fail.

• 5 days Classroom Training
• 6 months online access
• Design For Six Sigma eBook
• Simulated Project
• Template Toolkit 
• Online Exam
• Design For Six Sigma Certification

• Create a DFSS Charter
• Identify Sources of risk and how to quantify risk
• Describe the DMADV methodology
• Convert customer’s needs into Critical to Quality (CTQ’s) requirements
• Create a design scorecard
• Define the product, process, resource and layout of the detailed design
• Create a simulation and control plans for the new design
• Create control plans for the new design
• Implement a new design in your organisation

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GROUP ON-SITE TRAINING

Designed with the adult learner in mind, all our training programmes are filled with engaging and fun activities. We use our client’s training rooms for on-site training which is a cost effective and convenient solution. We train groups of a minimum of 10 to a maximum of 20 people

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