The Lean Six Sigma Analyst training complements the skills gained from the Green Belt Practitioner (LSSGBP) course, with advanced tools for quantitative process improvement.
On the last day of the training, delegates sit on the Statistical Analyst certification exam.
In the course we consider more advanced techniques required to help analyse process data, interpret the results and apply inferential techniques to measure the risk associated with change and improvement decisions.
Upon completion of LSSA delegates are fully equipped to tackle more complex business problems and complement qualitative analysis from the Green Belt (process modelling, VOC analysis, Value analysis, Root cause analysis) with formal statistical methods (estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation analysis).
Theoretical concepts are supported by hands on exercises using real project data.
Software used is Minitab
If you have any queries about your projects following the course or wish to submit your project for accreditation then please contact the Lean Six Sigma group
Introduction to Minitab
Basic functions and data manipulation within Minitab
Types of data - continuous and discrete
Measurement Systems Analysis - Attribute Agreement Analysis
Basic statistics - Mean, Median and Mode; Range and Standard Deviation
The Central Limit Theorem (CLT)
Basic graphical analysis within Minitab
Estimation (point estimation and confidence intervals)
Hypothesis Testing - Introduction
Hypothesis Testing Examples and Minitab Exercises
Statistical Tests on Continuous data (Z and t tests, tests for variances, ANOVA - Analysis of Variance
Non Normal data
Non Parametric Tests
Tests for discrete variables (proportions, Chi-Square)
Correlation Analysis and Correlation indexes (Pearson, Spearman)
Regression Analysis overview and exercises
Statistical Process Control
SPC applicability and interpretation of Control Charts
Charts for continuous data and discrete data
Our clients have included prestigious national organisations such as Oxford University Press, multi-national private corporations such as JP Morgan and HSBC, as well
as public sector institutions such as the Department of Defence and the Department of Health.