While Six Sigma is a proven process improvement methodology employed in companies across the globe, you may be wondering how it can best be applied to the chemical process industry. Join Six Sigma expert George Liebermann for a comprehensive introduction to Six Sigma and the Design for Six Sigma process and statistical tools, when and why to apply them in the chemical process industry and the key factors that contribute to success.
Six Sigma – From a chemical engineer’s perspective
In 3 days, you’ll approach Six Sigma from the point of view of a practicing chemical engineer as you learn how to improve your existing Six Sigma activities or initiate Six Sigma-based process improvements in your area or company. You’ll learn what the Six Sigma improvement process is and how its tools add value. You’ll discuss Design for Six Sigma new product and process design methodologies and how to apply them. Plus, you’ll follow the evolution of Six Sigma in a company including success factors and pitfalls. Throughout the course, chemical process-based examples and case studies will illustrate how you can apply these tools to various chemical process functions, operations and opportunities. In addition, you’ll participate in breakout exercises to ensure you understand and can implement key concepts learned.
Here’s a preview of what you’ll learn:
- Six Sigma process improvement method
- Design for Six Sigma methodologies for new product and process design
- Statistical thinking in the context of Six Sigma methodology
- How to deploy Six Sigma
- Setting up your organizational structure and support
- Six Sigma in your company – success factors and pitfalls
You should attend if…
This thorough introduction to the Six Sigma problem-solving and process improvement protocol will be especially useful to engineers and business and technical professionals working in the chemical or related industries – including:
- Chemical/process engineers
- Mechanical/maintenance/reliability engineers
- Process or analytical chemists
- Managers or technical leaders
No public sessions of this course are scheduled at this time. If you are interested in scheduling this course for In-Company Training, please complete the Request for Proposal Form and we will e-mail you a proposal.