Enhance your trip to Orlando and build on your ergonomics knowledge with Six Sigma
IIE is offering its popular Six Sigma Green Belt for Process Improvement course, which provides an introduction to Six Sigma and its focus on eliminating defects through fundamental process improvement, at the Applied Ergonomics Conference. Six Sigma focuses on removing inconsistency from processes and services to reduce defects or, in the case of ergonomics, injury. DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control) can be thought of as a roadmap for problem solving and product/process improvement. Get the best of both worlds by attending the conference and training.
The course (1.85 CEUs) will be held all day March 24 (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) with half-day sessions on March 25-27 (8-11:30 a.m.) so that you can attend the afternoon AEC sessions March 25-26 and the luncheon on March 27.
By attending, you will understand Six Sigma principles and terminology, preparing you for more effective ergo discussion in work settings. You will also learn how to:
- Design and develop Six Sigma projects
- Determine process capability
- Employ the DMAIC process
- Perform basic statistical analysis on process measurements
- Prepare root cause analysis
- Support or champion Six Sigma implementation in your organization
- Understand the Six Sigma philosophy
Receive a discount for registering for this training course and AEC 2014.
You can register for both the Six Sigma Green Belt course and the Applied Ergonomics Conference for only $1,585. Student rates also apply.
For additional course details and to register for only the Six Sigma Green Belt course, please visit the IIE Training Center.