Programme Overview

The programme provides thorough knowledge of Six Sigma philosophies and principles, including supporting systems and tools. A certified Black Belt exhibits team leadership, understands team dynamics and assigns his/her team members roles and responsibilities. They have a complete understanding of the DMAIC model in accordance with Six Sigma principles. Programme will be split into 5 sessions of 2 days each over a period of 5 months. Our approach combines class room training with project implementation & applications.

Course Objective

  • Understand the role of a Black belt as a key change agent in the organization
  • Developing leadership behavior for critical business issues and improving decision making
  • Understand linkage between business priorities and Six Sigma projects
  • Provide a comprehensive knowledge of Six Sigma Methodology and the DMAIC process
  • Use of Minitab to enhance analysis for process improvement projects

Who Should Participate?

Programme is intended for those who are:

  • Driving business excellence in their respective organisation.
  • Leading teams for product/service and process improvements.
  • Responsible for identifying projects for continuous improvement and cost reduction.

Participant is expected to have a Green Belt Certificate or hands on experience in using basic QC tools.

Why to attend this program?

  • Solve complex and chronic problem of the organization
  • Be a valuable asset for your organization
  • Groom high potential employees for leadership positions
  • Get payback through successful completion of the project


  • A school of Excellence promoted by Punjab Government.
  • Training by practitioners with more than 20 years of experience in Six Sigma projects
  • A very meticulous project facilitation and a lifelong learning experience
  • Highly interactive and approachable faculty
  • Practical tips from the best trainers in application oriented statistics and use of Minitab.

Programme Faculty

Mr. Viney Davessar
Mr. Viney Davessar is a graduate Mechanical Engineering with MBA in Operations Management. He is certified Six Sigma Black Belt from QT & T Singapore. He has 32 years of industrial, teaching, training and consultancy experience. He has worked at senior management levels in the companies like JCT Electronics, Hero Group and Kamla Dials, etc. He has conducted training programmes on Six Sigma, Juran Quality Improvement and Quality Management Systems for leading organisations of the region. He has mentored over 150 Six Sigma trainees and guided 200+ Quality improvement projects within the manufacturing and service industry. He has worked in the Japanese work environment at their plants in Japan and Singapore to undertake assignments on process improvements in colour picture tubes technology.

Mr. Vinod Bhardwaj, GM – Training
Former Head of Business Excellence, Philips Electronics India Ltd. where he was driving Business Excellence activities at the Mohali and Mumbai units. He led the deployment of the shop floor Management Programme of Philips (MEDIC) which is based on manufacturing best practices derived out of Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing. He has over 38 years of varied experience in manufacturing and quality related function in Sylvania, HMT, GE, Phillips and Bajaj Electricals. He has guided more than 100 Green Belt & Black Belt projects.

Key Topics

6-Sigma overview
-Enterprise wide deployment & Strategy
-Organisational Process Management
-Team Management
-Six sigma DMAIC improvement model
Define phase
-Voice of Customer
-High level process mapping
-Critical to quality characteristics (CTQs)
-Developing project charter
Measure phase
-Detailed process map
-Data types & collection plan (Continuous & Discrete, Sampling)
-Measurement systems analysis (Continuous & Attribute)
-Basic statistics & process capability analysis (CP /CPK, PP/PPK, DPU, DPMO, Sigma Level)
-Use of Minitab
Analysis phase
-Identifying & validating source of variation (X’s)
-Cause & effect analysis
-Multi vari analysis
-Hypothesis testing (Null & Alternate, Types of Errors, P values, Sample Sizes)
-Relationship between variables (Regression, Logistic Regression)
-Tests of means, variances, and proportions (t-Tests, ANOVA, Chi-Square etc)
-Minitab applications
Improve phase
-Idea generation (Brainstorming, Creative Thinking)
-Design of experiments and analysis (Full & Fractional Factorial Designs)
-Taguchi method
-Mistake proofing
Control phase
-Statistical process control (IMR, Xbar-R, c, u, p, np Charts)
-Developing a Control Plan
-Types of Control Plans – Audits, Dashboards
-Process Audit Checklist
-Financial reviews & validation