Invensis Learning's Design for Six Sigma Training Course in Johannesburg is delivered by highly qualified trainers with extensive experience in Design for Six Sigma. Design for Six Sigma is a complex methodology in process improvement which is applied to engineering to improve product development, reduce risks, and develop proper specifications and tolerances. It is a set of best practices and tools which, when integrated into a product or a service development process, increases the ability of the organization to meet customer requirements in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Implementing the Design for Six Sigma approach makes sure that the processes and product design will meet the requirements of the customers and a low defect level product or service is being launched from the beginning. On completion of the course, participants will have complete knowledge of the tools, methods and best practices which are needed to develop products and processes that can meet Six Sigma levels of quality. Participants will receive course completion certificate.
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|Design for Six Sigma Course Duration||
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|Areas of Study||
- Communicating using Design for Six Sigma concepts.
- Integrating DFSS into the existing development process.
- Utilizing techniques to properly scope DFSS projects
- Identifying areas within the existing development process where DFSS is needed.
- Selecting optimal product or process design concepts.
- Using analytical and experimental methods to develop robust and reliable designs.
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|DFSS Training Course Syllabus||
There are no pre-requisite criteria for taking the Design for Six Sigma training.
|Who Should Attend DFSS Training||
Job roles that are ideal for Design for Six Sigma Training, but are not limited to:
Candidates will learn about DFSS, Identify Opportunities, DFSS Project Selection, DFSS Best Practice, DFSS qualification certification and project close.
Candidates will learn about Customer needs, Kano Model, Customer Loss Function, QFD House of Quality, and Identification Concept.
Candidates will learn about Creativity Techniques, TRIZ and Pugh Concept Selection
Candidates will learn about Optimization, Robust Assessment, Robust Assessment Case Study, Parameter Design Process, Parameter Design Case Study, Optimum Strategy, Taguchi DOE Application, Non-Linear Response, Nose Management Strategy, Optimum Exercises, Optimum Case Study, Quality Loss Function, Tolerance Design and Tolerance Design Case Study
Candidates will learn about Verification Case Study, DFSS Process Summary, Project Final Publish and DFMEA.
The agenda of the 1-day Design for Six Sigma training is detailed below:
As part of your Design for Six Sigma training, you will receive:
At Invensis, we provide Design for Six Sigma training in Johannesburg in different learning modes such as instructor-led classroom training, instructor-led online training, on-site group training, and focused 1 to 1 training.
No, there is no examination for this course. This course provides only a basic understanding of DFSS concepts and techniques. If you are looking at certification courses in Design for Six Sigma, then we offer Six Sigma Yellow, Green and Black belt training in Johannesburg.
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The highest average salary in Johannesburg for professionals in Project Management is R783,601, ITSM is R754,206, and Quality Management is R776,462. Whereas a senior project manager with PMP certification the salary goes up to R885,784, with ITIL certification it goes up to R851,154, and with Six Sigma certification, it goes up to R794,515.
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