Oshtree Training & Consultancy

Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

(Dual Certification: UAE + UK - London)


Six Sigma Black Belt training equips you with a deep understanding of advanced problem-solving techniques and statistical analysis. You will learn how to identify root causes of process issues, apply data-driven decision-making, and implement effective solutions.

As a Six Sigma Black Belt, you will gain proficiency in leading and managing complex improvement projects. You will learn project management methodologies, stakeholder engagement, team management, and effective communication techniques. It can open doors to new career opportunities and make you a competitive candidate for managerial and leadership roles.

What's Included in Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

What is Lean Six Sigma Certification?

A person with Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification in UAE has problem-solving abilities. Someone may gain Green Belt, Black Belt or Master Black Belt certification. The higher certification one attains, the more is the ability to solve complex organizational problems. Six Sigma certification is a process of individual’s knowledge validation using a classification system, generally referred to as “Belts” ( Yellow Belt, Green Belt, Black Belt & Master Black Belt ) This verification test individual commands over six sigma methodology and tools. The belt classification shows the position these certified individuals would occupy in an organizational structure and job roles.

This program develops your expertise in productivity and excellence with hands-on knowledge by Master Black Belt Experts. Learn practical applications in quality projects, Lean, DFSS, and DMAIC. Gain in-depth knowledge and critical skills of Lean Management, Six Sigma Green Belt, Minitab, and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.

What do you do to get the Six Sigma Black Belt certificate?

Our Six Sigma Black Belt training consists of a number of components:

1. Training: in our intensive Six Sigma Black Belt training program you learn the background of Lean and Six Sigma and we put what we have learned into practice with different simulations.

2. Extra: With our Body of Knowledge and whitepapers you place what you have learned in a theoretical framework. The program also contains various homework assignments, in which we focus, among other things, on the use of MINITAB PRO.

3. Follow-up: During the training, you will receive an access code to an e-learning module. You can pass the substance again in an interactive way.

4. Exam: On the last training day you will make the (CLSSBB) Black Belt exam. If you succeed, you will immediately receive the official Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification.


1. Introduction to Six Sigma 

2. General History of Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement

3. Deliverables of a Lean Six Sigma Project

4. The Problem Solving Strategy

5. Voice of the Customer, Business, and Employee

6. Six Sigma Roles and Responsibilities

7. Defining a Process

8. Critical to Quality Characteristics (CTQ’s)

9. Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)

10. Pareto Analysis (80:20 rule)

11. Basic Six Sigma Metrics

12. Creating a Business Case and Project Charter

13. Developing Project Metrics

14. Financial Evaluation and Benefits Capture

15. History of Lean

16. Seven Elements of Waste; Overproduction, Correction, Inventory, Motion, Overprocessing, Conveyance, Waiting.

17. 5S; Straighten, Shine, Standardize, Sell-Discipline and Sort.

1. Cause and Effect / Fishbone Diagrams

2. Process Mapping, SIPCO, Value Stream Map

3. X – Y Diagram

4. Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)

5. Precision and Accuracy

6. Bias, Linearity, and Stability

7. Gage Repeatability and Reproductivity

8. Variable and Attribute MSA

9. Basic Statistics

10. Descriptive Statistics

11. Normal Distributions and Normality

12. Graphical Analysis

1. Multi-Vari Analysis

2. Classes of Distributions

3. Sampling Techniques and Uses

4. Central Limit Theorem

5. General Concepts and Goals of Hypothesis Testing

6. Significance; Practical vs Statistical

7. Risk; Alpha and Beta

8. Types of Hypothesis Tests

9. 1 and 2 Sample T-Tests

10. One Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)

11. Tests of Equal Variance, Normality

12. Testing and Sample Size Calculation

13. Performing Tests and Interpreting Results

14. Mann-Whitney

15. Kruskal-Wallis

16. Mood’s Median

17. Friedman

18. 1 Sample Sign

19. 1 Sample Wilcoxon

20. One and Two Sample Proportion

21. Chi-Squared (Contingency Tables)

22. Performing Tests and Interpreting Results

1. Correlation

2. Regression Equations

3. Residual Analysis

4. Non-Linear Regression

5. Multiple Linear Regression

6. Confidence and Prediction Intervals

7. Residual Analysis

8. Data Transformation, Box-Cox

9. Experiment Objectives

10. Experimental Methods

11. Experiment Design Consideration

12. 2K Full Factorial Designs

13. Linear and Quadratic Mathematical Models

14. Balanced and Orthogonal Designs

15. Fit, Diagnose Model, and Center Points

16. Confounding Effects

17. Experimental Resolutions

1. Control Methods for 5S

2. Kanban

3. Poka-Yoke (Mistake Proofing)

4. Data Collection for SPC

5. I-MR Chart

6. Xbar-R Chart

7. U Chart

8. P Chart

9. NP Chart

10. X-S Chart

11. CUSUM Chart

12. EWMA Chart

13. Control Methods

14. Control Chart Anatomy

15. Subgroups, Impact of Variation, Frequency of Sampling

16. Center Line and Control Limit Calculations

17. Cost-Benefit Analysis

18. Elements of the Control Plan

19. Elements of the Response Plan