Implementation of the Six Sigma Standard | CCM

Implementation of the Six Sigma Standard

2 days
8 sessions
16 hours
10-20 participants

Programme goals

The program provides basic training on the benefits of implementing the Six Sigma Standard. The training is intended for all those involved in the processes of promotion and analysis of discrepancies, especially employees who are engaged in the analysis of operating processes and have experience with the quality management system.

Objective of the program Acquiring the necessary knowledge for designing and applying the statistical technique Six Sigma. Determining which and what data is needed to establish the Six Sigma statistical technique. Obtaining information on the required documentation for the introduction of a successful Six Sigma.

Contribution towards development of knowledge, skills and competences

At the end of the training, the participants will:

  • Gain the necessary knowledge for application of techniques for identification of the necessary statistical techniques in production in all organizations
  • Gain knowledge to implement the Six Sigma statistical technique

Programme content

  • Need for development of statistical techniques in large manufacturing companies with mass production
  • Trading brand Six Sigma and other statistical techniques applied in organizations
  • Defining the Six Sigma standard
  • Assumptions and characteristics of the Six Sigma standard
  • Six Sigma Methodology
  • Tools and methods of quality management
  • Roles for the implementation of Six Sigma
  • Certification according to Six Sigma, YES or NO
  • Sigma, levels and application in practice, types of production processes and financial benefits of the Six Sigma standard
  • Disadvantages of Six Sigma
  • Workshop with practical examples

Programme coordinator

Jasna Pajkovska

Jasna Pajkovska has experience in finance, entrepreneurship and human resources management. She has participated in numerous trainings about she is also an active human resource development, communication skills and entrepreneurship, and member of the Macedonian Human Resources Association. She has been working on projects in the field of cultural development of orphans and assessing the process of national integration of primary schools in the country.

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Str. Rajko Zhinzifov no.44-1,
1000 Skopje, North Macedonia

Tel: +389 2 6092 216
Fax: +389 2 6092 216