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Application of the Seven Basic Quality Tools to Practical Process Improvement ®:

  • A basic Introduction to quality, statistics and application to manufacturing and service operations customized to the needs of your organization
  • Seven Basic Quality Tools:
    • Flowcharts
    • Check (or tally) sheets
    • Control charts
    • Pareto chart
    • Cause-and-effect (or Ishikawa) diagrams
    • Histograms
    • Scatter diagrams
  • Practical Process Improvement Projects:
    • Project selection
    • Basics of project management
  • A specific project and/or examples from your organization can be included in the material for in class exercises 

 Six Sigma White Belt (SSWB) or Introductory/Awareness Training:

  • A SSWB is an individual with a basic level awareness of the concepts and tools of six sigma.  An individual who completes SSWB awareness training can actively support six sigma projects
  • PPI offers both a full-day and a half-day SSWB session.  The difference is the depth of the basic six sigma Body of Knowledge (BOK) covered during the session
  • Examples from your organization can be included in the material for in class exercises
  • Note there is no formal SSWB certification exam from the American Society for Quality (ASQ) or other accrediting organization 

 Six Sigma Green Belt (SSGB):

  • A SSGB supports six sigma projects to analyze and solve quality problems and is involved in quality improvement projects
  • PPI offers a five-day session to train SSGB candidates on the ASQ Body of Knowledge (BOK) with materials from the Quality Council of Indiana (QCI)
  • Examples from your organization can be included in the material for in class exercises
  • Additional support to register and prepare your SSGB candidates for the ASQ certification exam is also available 







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