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Khóa học Six Sigma Đai Xanh / Six Sigma Green Belt

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Chương trình thiết kế dành riêng cho những ai mong muốn có được hiểu biết chuyên sâu về 6 sigma, để đạt được đẳng cấp Green Belt, học viện phải hoàn thành chương trình huấn luyện 10 ngày lý thuyết, đạt trên 70 điểm các bài thi, kiểm tra, và hoàn tất dự án GB theo lộ trình R-DMAIC-V.
Chương trình vẫn tiếp tục chiêu sinh, thời gian bắt đầu dự kiến - Quý I, 2012.
1.Purpose
:

Design theory education and time for supporting Lean6sigma Green Belt Project

2.Method :

Construct full theory education program, included of : Theory , Example , Exercise , Question & answer

Supporting and Monitoring the Project at each phase, Team work with project member

Divide session by each phase and time for training and supporting equal with morning and afternoon section

Morning time from: 8:30 Am to 12:00 , afternoon from: 13:00 Pm  to 16:30 pm

3.Detail :

Pls. See details table below .

Phase

Course No

Session Name

Detail contents

Tool

Time

Overview and Recognize

01

Lean6sigma Break Thought Strategies

  What is Lean, Six Sigma, and Lean6sigma?

  The Effects of Eliminate Wastes and Reduced Variation

  Driving out Defects and Non Value Activities

  Process Effectiveness vs. Efficiency

  Translating Customer Needs into Requirements

  The Lean6sigma Breakthrough Strategy

  Lean6sigma Roles

  Lean6sigma Storyboard (D-MAIC)

PC

Projector

Day 1

Morning

8:30 – 12:00

02

Recognize Phase

  Pipes and Puddles - What’s the Process?

  The Customer’s Perspective

  Determining How Well the Process Satisfies Customers

  Process Boundaries

  SIPOC and IPO Diagram

  Identifying Improvement Opportunities

PC

Projector

Visio

Day 1

Afternoon

13:00 – 16:30

Simulation

Round I

Traditional Method

  Vietnam Plane assembly round I, Traditional method  

PC

Projector

Visio

EVSM

A0 paper, 

Flip Chart

Day 2

Morning

8:30 – 12:00

 Lean Tools

VSM

Value Stream Mapping

  How to draw VSM

  Use EVSM and Visio to draw VSM

  Practice with result of simulation round I, and Team Presentation

Supporting

On Site – On Job 

Current State Map

  Support each team draw current state map

  Identify what are KPI need to care about and how to measure

Day 2

Afternoon  

13:00 – 16:30

Define Phase

03

Define Phase

  Clearly define what the customers care about.

  Define the Lean6sigma Project:

  Description of the work process to be improved

  Problem Statement (using measures of customer care-about)

  Project Objective (improve meeting customer care-about by how much?)

  The project plan

PC

Projector

Day 3

Morning

8:30 – 12:00

04

Process Flow and Value Stream Mapping (cont)

  To create a macro-level “As Is” process map that represents the way work is currently being done.

  To perform detailed analysis of the existing process

  To create a “To Be” map that shows the new, improved work process.

PC

Projector

Visio

EVSM

A0 paper, 

Flip Chart

Day 3

Afternoon  

13:00 – 16:30

Supporting

In-house

Make Define Phase Presentation

  Job need to be finish in Define phase

  Use Define template

  Sample and Practicing

PC

Projector

 

Test

Lean6sigma Overview and Define Phase Test

  Write and question & answer

 

Measure Phase

05

Calculate project benefit and effective

  What is Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)?

  Quality Cost Categories

  Estimating Cost Savings for a Lean6sigma Project

  Hard vs. Soft Costs

PC

Projector

Day 4

Morning

8:30 – 12:00

Supporting

  Calculate Project Saving

 

06

The Power of Data

  Why Use Data

  The Role of Statistics

  Variable Data

  Attribute Data

  Levels of Knowledge

PC

Projector

Day 4

Afternoon

13:00 – 14:30

 

07

Continuous Data

  Descriptive versus Inferential Statistics

  Characterizing Data Sets:

  Shape of Distribution

  Central Tendency (Mean, Median, Mode)

  Variation (Range, Standard Deviation, Variance)

  Dotplots

  Histograms

  Boxplots

  Normal Distribution

   

PC

Projector

Minitab

Excel

08

Discrete Date

  Defects versus Defective Items

  Counting Defective Items

  Parts per Million (PPM)

  Counting Number of Defects

  Defining Opportunities

  Defects per Million Opportunities (DPMO)

  Defects per Unit (DPU)

  Rolled Throughput Yield (RTY)

  Process Capability Metrics used in Lean6sigma

PC

Projector

Minitab

Excel

Day 5

Morning

8:30 – 10:00

09

Data Collection Plan

  What is Data?

  Why is Data Collection Important?

  Sampling Strategies

  Strategy for Process Baselining

  Collecting Data Effectively

  Creating a Checklist

  Graphing the Data

PC

Projector

Day 5

Morning

10:15 – 12:00

 

10

Measuring Process Behavior

  Determining What to Measure

  Extracting Knowledge from Data

  Understanding Types of Variation

  Process Behavior Charts for Variable Data:

  I & mR Chart

  X Bar and R Chart

  Process Behavior Charts for Attribute Data:

  p Chart, u Chart

  Interpreting Process Behavior Charts

PC

Projector

Minitab

Excel

Day 5

Afternoon  

13:00 – 16:30

11

Sigma Level

  When evaluating current level (baseline) of how well the process meets customer care-abouts.

  To quantify Improvement in the process performance

PC

Projector

Minitab

Day 6

Morning

8:30 – 10:00

12

Pareto Analysis

  What is a Pareto Diagram?

  Constructing a Pareto Diagram

  Interpreting a Pareto Diagram

  Uses of Pareto Diagrams

PC

Projector

Minitab

Day 6

Morning

10:15 – 11:00

13

Process Capability

  What is Process Capability

  Process Capability from Variable Data

  Estimating Percentage Beyond Specification Limits

  Cp, Cpk, Pp  Ppk Indices

  Process Capability from Attribute Data

   

PC

Projector

Minitab

Day 6

Morning

11:00 – 12:00

Supporting

On Project

Make Measure Phase Presentation

  Job need to be finish in Measure phase

  Use Measure template

  Sample and Practicing

 

Day 6

Afternoon

13:00- 16:30

Test

  Measure Phase Test

  Write and question & answer

 

Analyze Phase

14

Analyze cause and Effect C&E and C&E Matrix

  Comparing the C & E Diagram and the C & E Matrix

  What is a Cause and Effect Diagram?

  Conducting Cause and Effect Analysis Using the Diagram

  Constructing a Cause and Effect Matrix

  Verifying Causes

  Evaluating KPIVs

PC

Projector

Minitab

Day 7

Morning

8:30 – 12:00

15

 Failure  Mod Effect Analyze FMEA

  What is FMEA?

  Objectives of FMEA in Lean6sigma

  When to use FMEA

  FMEA Steps

  FMEA “Tips”

  FMEA Exercise

PC

Projector

Day 7

Afternoon

13:00 – 16:30

Supporting on Project

  Conduct C& E and FMEA for Project

PC

Projector

Day 8

Moring

8:30 – 12:00

16

 Analyze of Correlation and Regression

  What is a Correlation?

  Scatter Diagram

  The Correlation Coefficient, r

  Regression Analysis

  The Coefficient of Determination, R2

  Adjusted R2

  Overall Significance

  Why Use a Regression Equation?

PC

Projector

Minitab

Excel

Day 8

Afternoon  

13:00 – 14:30

17

Cause Verification

  Why Verify Causes?

  Methods for Verifying Causes

  Creating the Plan to Verify Causes

PC

Projector

Day 8

Afternoon

14:30 – 15:00

18

Detailed Process Mapping

  Process Mapping in Measure, Analyze and Improve Phases

  Steps for Creating Detailed Process Map

  Identify Non-value-added Steps

  Analyze the Map

  The “Should Be” Map

   

PC

Projector

Visio

EVSM

Day 8

Afternoon

15:15 –

16:30

Test

  Analyze Test

  Write and question & answer

 

Simulation

Round II

New Method

  Vietnam Plane assembly round II, Improvement method  

 

Day 9

Morning

8:30 – 12:00

 

Improve

19

Identified solution for Improvement

  Counteract Causes

  What is a Counteraction?

  Brainstorming Counteractions

  Evaluation Matrix

PC

Projector

Supporting on Project

  Make Evolution Matrix

 

20

 Lean System and Tools

  5S and Visual Management

PC Projector

Day 9 Afternoon

13:16:30

  Quick Changeover

  Total Productive Maintenance

PC Projector

Day 10

All Day

  Material Control

 

21

 Optimize Process Flow  

  “To Be” Process Map

PC

Projector

Visio

Day 11

Morning

18:30 – 12:00

Simulation

Round III

Lean Method

  Vietnam Plane assembly round III, Improvement method  

Supporting On Project

Onsite  - On Job

Make Improve Phase Presentation

  Job need to be finish in Improve phase

  Use Improve template

Sample and Practicing

 

Day 11

Afternoon

13:00 – 16:30

Test

  Improve Phase Test

  Write and question & answer

 

Control Phase

22

Control Plan

  What is a Control Plan?

  Control Plan Strategy

  What to Control?

  Identifying KPIVs

  Why Use a Control Plan?

  Developing a Control Plan

  Choosing the Right Level of Control

  Example of a Transactional Control Plan

  Components of a Control Plan

  Example of a Manufacturing Control Plan

  Control Plan Worksheet

PC

Projector

Day 12

Morning

8:30 – 12:00

23

Standardization  

  How to Control the Xs

  What is Standardized Work?

  What is a Standard?

  Why Standards are Needed

  Visual Controls

  Identify and Eliminate Waste

- Standardize

  Assure Best Practices

PC

Projector

Day 12

Afternoon

13:00 – 16:30

24

Error Proofing

  What is Error Proofing?

  Errors->Mistakes->Defects

  Some Benefits of Error Proofing

  Why use Error Proofing?

  The Quest for Zero Defects

  Error Proofing Principles

  Common Causes of Errors / Mistakes

  Controlling Sources of Error

  Error Proofing Inspection Techniques

  Error->Defect Examples

  Some Common Errors

  Opportunities

  Defect Prevention Guidelines

  Error Proofing Tools & Techniques

  Implementing Error Proofing

  Summary

PC

Projector

Day 13

Morning

8:30 – 12:00

Supporting On Project

Onsite  - On Job

Standardization

Make SOP and Display it on Place

 

Day 13

Afternoon

13:00 – 16:30

25

Control Charts for Variable Data

  Variable Data

  Process Control

  Types of Variation

  Control Charts for Variable Data

  X Bar and R Chart

  Individual and Moving Range Chart

  Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Chart

PC

Projector

Day 14

Morning

8:30 – 12:00

26

Control Charts for Attribute Data

  Attribute Data

  Control Charts for Attribute Data :

  P chart , np chart, c chart, u chart

PC

Projector

Day 14

Afternoon

13:00 – 16:30

Simulation

Round Final

Lean6sigma Method

  Vietnam Plane assembly round final, Modern method  

 

Review and Finish

 

Exam

Review and examination

  Finish Final Presentation

  Question and answer

  Review Lean6sigma knowledge

  Review and Edit Team’s presentation

  Examination Lean6sigma Green Belt

PC

Projector

Day 15

Morning

8:30 – 12:00

Final Present

Projects Presentation

  Projects leader and Team present to management

PC

Projector

Day 15

Afternoon

13:00 – 16:30

             

 Software: Participants should have a personal computer to install and use the learning process together with dedicated software MINITAB, VISIO, EVSM, MS-PROJECT.
Duration:

15 days, will be conducted within 3 month, 4 days training in-house on Saturday each week and after two weeks have one day support on the job and on site, beside that Participants deployed of knowledge learned into practice by Six Sigma Green Belt Project

 Participator:

-      Member are selected to joint in the improvement project

-      And member can be selected to become Green Belt and Black Belt of Lean6sigma.

-      Member of continuous improvement department

-      Coordinators of improvement program

-      And any person who wishes to pursue a career of continuous improvement

Method of training

Theoretical training, team building game and simulation, individual exercises, personal sharing, presentation of individual/ team, question and answer  – examination – Actual implementation of the Six Sigma project throughout the training process.

Training Location:

HCM Cty, Classrooms large and enough to perform the simulation game, venue be fully equipped device (eg, light projector, or LCD projector, computer equipment, stationery, table and Flipchart, and Wifi...)
    
Number of Participants:

Up to 25 people for intensive courses in order to maintain good results.

Training Material:

A hard copy of the original documents will be provided to Participants, and send by mail with form and extras document

Language Use:

-   Training materials in Vietnamese  / English (Option)

-   Trainer uses Vietnamese and /English (Option)

Training costs, payment terms and other condition.

Training costs:

-          Costs were calculated based on each day and each section 

-          Cost per day for individual of training in-house: Contact for Detail  vnđ/day           

-          Cost per section/haft of day for individual of training in-house: Contact for Detail  vnđ/section/haft of day

-          Cost per day for on the job and on site support and consult: Contact for Detail  vnđ/day

-          (Note the cost for training in-house including refreshments, lunch, red bill and certificate)

-          (Note the cost for onsite support is not including accommodation, travel)

Payment terms:

-          Will be specifying when the two sides signed a contract for training services

Other Condition:

-          Will be specifying when the two sides signed a contract for training services

 Trainer Profile:  (CICC Trainer and Consultant)

Attached file for Detail - Trainer and Consultants Profile

We look forward to receiving the attention and the approval of your company:

For further information please contact:

Pham Thanh Dieu | Deputy Director, Lean6sigma Consultant

Continuous Improvement Consulting JSC.

6F, 41 – 43 Tran Cao Van St., Ward 6, District 3, HCMC, VN

Tel: 84-8-5422 1148       Fax: 84-8-5422 1149   | M: 0988 000 364

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