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Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training

9 Sessions Feb-Apr 2018 at the Training Center for Neenah Foundry

$10 per Session + $70 for the CSSGB Book

The purpose of this training is to prepare for the ASQ Six Sigma exam. The class will be given in 9 sessions during the months of February to April 2018.  Each session will cover a different part of the exam.  The list of sessions is as follows...

  1. Lean and Six Sigma
  2. Define – building the team
  3. Define – plan the project
  4. Measurement of data
  5. Measurement probability
  6. Measurement capability
  7. Analyze data
  8. Methods for real improvement
  9. Control to maintain improvements

Each person will be required to purchase a CSSGB book from the Quality council of Indiana.  The cost of a book is $70 plus shipping.   In addition there is a charge of $10 per session.  You may choose to attend all sessions or a limited number you will only be charged for the session you attend.   

The classes will be held at the training center for Neenah Foundry.  There are a limited number of seats available for this training so register early. 

Instructor

The instructor will be Bruce Bader who is a consultant with over 40 years of experience working in paper, plastics, polymers and paint industries holding various engineering and management positions.  He is a Six Sigma Master Black Belt and holds an ASQ certification as a Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence.

He has taught courses at graduate school and for ASQ in quality systems.  Presentations at local and national ASQ conferences have been done by Bruce.  These include training for CQE and CMQ/OE exams for section 1206.
Bruce earned a PhD in quality management systems at Indiana State University, an MBA from Northern Kentucky University and a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Grove City College.  Through the University of Tennessee he did additional graduate work in statistical process controls.

He has written articles for Quality ProgressThe Journal for Quality and Participation, and other publications.

To register, contact the instructor at Bader1phd@gmail.com.

 

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The ASQ Learning Institute™ Is Now Live - Learn Skills That Will Help Make Your World Better 

Quality: The Cause of Good Things in the World
Quality techniques from ASQ enable doctors like Dr. Manu Vora, an ASQ Fellow - and the Blind Foundation for India, which he co-founded-to help cure and prevent blindness for approximately 90,000 people in India.   "The quality discipline has helped us manage the foundation from the beginning," said Vora. "By implementing the PDSA model at BFI, we were able to hit the ground running."   Using the plan, do, study, act cycle, a basic quality tool, Vora also played a major part in providing vaccinations and vitamin A to tens of thousands of children in India.  

With your ASQ membership, you belong to an organization of continuous learning and improvement, making quality the cause of good things in our world.  

Primary Benefits of the ASQ Learning Institute™:
The ASQ Learning Institute™ will help you to plan, manage, schedule, and track ALL of your professional development needs anywhere in the world while guaranteeing the same high-quality training and instructors you expect from ASQ. 

The ASQ Learning Institute™ allows you to create a user profile so you can build your learning plan, track your success, and boost your career-all starting today.

Tools of the ASQ Learning Institute™
These tools are available to Full, Senior, Honorary, and Fellow members now:

  • ASQ Course (Learning) Catalog - Compiles a list of available training, including instructor-led, online, and document-based training. Allows users to browse and locate catalogs very quickly by subject areas or calendar date.

  • ASQ Learning Institute™ Calendar - Provides a clear view of all the professional development opportunities over an 18-month period. The calendar allows users to view upcoming learning offerings that include all courses, seminars, and conferences in multiple modalities.

  • Learning History - Displays the entire history of learning events for a learner-including components assigned and completed. The learning history can be thought of as the learner's "transcript."

  • Competency Assessment - Provides a structured list of knowledge, skills, and abilities that serves as a foundation for users to map the level of competencies needed for various job functions.

  • Career Planner - The Career Planner helps you manage your career by mapping your future career path and assessing the difference between your current abilities and the abilities (called competencies) required for the job to which you ultimately aspire to.

  • Learning Plans - This personalized plan provides a detailed description of user activities to help learners achieve their education goals. The learning plan can be thought of as the "to do" list.

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Section Management Process

The American Society for Quality has recognized your Section #1206 for Section Management Plan performance for the 2009 – 2010 program year. ASQ has presented us with two awards: The Section Excellence Award and the Total Quality Award. Your Section Leadership has met the requirements to receive the ASQ recognition through developing and implementing our Section’s annual business plan and operating budget; by meeting all of the SMP deadlines; and by showing improvement on specific SMP measures.

Make sure that you congratulate the leaders of Section #1206 when you see them as they have been working hard for you, our members, to achieve our Sections’ mission and goals.