Our live CSSGB training classes begin in the first week of April as well as the first week of October You also have the option of viewing our recorded sessions. The best option to prepare is when you purchase the live class several weeks prior to the class starting, you can then have access to the recorded sessions to view and study. When the live classes begin, you are better prepared to absorb the material presented. This method provides you the best option for passing the exam and achieving the CSSGB certification. The preparation course for the ASQ Certified Six Sigma Green Belt - CSSGB exam consists of about 25 hours of class time. We offer a wide range of class times to accommodate a variety of schedules. Let us know your constraints and we can fit a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt CSSGB class time to meet the your needs. The classes offer a mixture of lecture, breakout sessions and quizzes. The training is conducted in an online classroom environment that provides a high level of interactivity between the student and the instructor. You will have access to the instructor via email and phone to get your questions answered outside of normal class times.
Part of our curriculum involves extensive testing and quizzing to provide feedback to you for what areas to work on and allow the instructor to monitor your progress. The material covered in our course is based on the body of knowledge for the CSSGB exam established by ASQ (American Society for Quality).
The focus of the CSSGB Preparation Course is the Body of Knowledge established by ASQ for the CSSGB exam. The Body of Knowledge is the road map to what is going covered on the exam. Focus on the cognitive level at which questions will be asked. Some of the material you only need to be familiar with and some you will need to know very well. The cognitive level is defined by ASQ in the Body of knowledge and is based on Bloom's Taxonomy. There are six cognitive levels. Here is an example of the six cognitive levels and what type of questions are associated with each level. The levels are in order from least complex to most complex. The following examples deal with the CSSGB Body of Knowledge.
This is your ability to recognize and recall. If you are asked about origin and development of continuous improvement, you should be able to remember they quality gurus such as Crosby, Deming, Shewhart, Feigenbaum, etc..
The focus is the ability to read and understand reports, descriptions, tables, diagrams, etc. If you are asked about the central limit theorem you understand the significance of it as applied to control charts.
Know when and how to use and apply the ideas. If you are asked about population or a sample you should be able to explain the difference and know a parameter is a population value and how it is determined and a statistic is a sample value and how it is determined.
Break down the information into the constituent parts and understand their relationship to one another. If you are asked to analyze a control chart you can determine the presence of special cause or common cause variation and the patterns that they exhibit.
You will be able to make judgments about the value of proposed ideas or solutions. If you are asked about comparing the proportions of several processes you should know it is a Chi Square contingency application and how to set up the Chi Square table, determine the expected values, determine the Chi Square value, determine if you reject the null hypothesis or fail to reject it.
Put parts or elements together in such a way to reveal a structure not evident before. If you are asked about project tracking you should be able to discuss how you would utilize the various tools such as Gantt charts, PERT charts, CPM, WBS and toll gate reviews to monitor and track a six sigma project.
Develop a steady, consistent study pace that builds momentum leading up to the exam. Prepare and condition you to taking timed quizzes and exams to ensure the skills and strategies are learned and refined by the actual exam date. A key part of our curriculum involves extensive testing and quizzes to provide feedback to you for what areas to work on and to allow the instructor to monitor your progress.
Class 1 Measure - Process Analysis and Data Collection
Class 2 Measure - Probability and Statistics
Class 3 Capability and Measurement
Class 4 Analyze
Class 5 Analyze
Class 6 Improve
Class 7 Control
Class 8 Define - Teams and Customers
Class 9 Define - Tools, Projects and Results
Class 10 Six Sigma Goals - Lean and DFSS
Plan on an additional 5-10 classes of up to one hour each being added for the purposes of reviewing questions. We focus on the strategy to attack the question and break it down to understand which six sigma tool to apply.
$750.00 VCT (Virtual Classroom Training)
This includes all materials, access to the live, online classes and unlimited access to the recorded classes.
$450.00 Self Paced Class
This includes unlimited access to the recorded classes but does not include materials.