Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Exam
- 1363 (Registered)
The Black Belt is expected to deliver the agreed benefits of a Lean Six Sigma project to the organization. In so doing, the Black Belt will:
a) Work with others to identify and quantify opportunities for improvement,
b) Organize multi-disciplinary teams (process organization), where necessary, and manage improvement projects,
c) Lead improvement projects or facilitate Lean Six Sigma Green Belt projects using the DMAIC methodology,
d) Train, coach and mentor Lean Six Sigma Green Belts on DMAIC methodology and associated process improvement techniques, and
e) To participate in all ‘gate’ reviews directly through prepared presentations of the work accomplished to date with an emphasis on the accomplishments in the phase being reviewed.
Minimum Pre-Requisites for “Certified” Lean Six Sigma Professionals are divided as follows:
- High School Diploma + 1 Year of Experience in the field of application
- Degree + 6 Months of Experience in the field of application
If you believe that you have enough knowledge and experience, please take this exam!
To get started, click the enroll button and if you are already a registered user, after signing in, it will take you to the first page of the exam – start. Once you will press the “Start” button, the timer can’t be paused. You will have 30 minutes to complete it. You will have to go through 45 questions, if you will fail the first time, another attempt will be given to you. You must get a minimum of 75% to get certified. Upon successful completion, you can purchase a certificate through your profile, link here. Each certificate has a unique QR code, which can be used to verify the validity of the certification. It can be downloaded and shared on your social media profile. Please refer to this forum’s post to get help adding a certificate to your LinkedIn profile.
Continuous Improvement in Food Manufacturing. TPM methodology implementation, change of behaviour and culture. Engaging all employees to use effective problem solving tools to make permanent and significant reduction in plant losses. Effectively and efficiently employing machinery, materials, methods and manpower through the use of Lean Six Sigma tools.