Six Sigma Fundamentals

Six Sigma Fundamentals is the first stage on your Six Sigma journey. During this course, you will explore the well regarded DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control) philosophy and the essentials of continuous improvement.


1 Day

Time (AWST)


Six Sigma has proved to be a long-lasting and effective business improvement methodology still in use by major corporations around the world. This course gives participants a deep understanding of the origins of Six Sigma and how to use it successfully in your own organisation.

Who will benefit

Managers or those seeking a sound business improvement methodology to generate a culture of continuous quality improvement in their team or organisation. Anyone wanting to understand what Six Sigma can do to deliver better outcomes for their organisation.


  • Six Sigma defined
  • Evolution of CI methodologies
  • Overview of Six Sigma methodology (DMAIC)
  • When to use Six Sigma
  • Role of the manager in Six Sigma.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Understand the Six Sigma methodology and how it applies to their organisation
  • Provoke thought by offering a framework to ‘challenge the process’ to see if there is a better way of doing things
  • Make base decisions on fact rather than on a ‘gut feel’ or past experience
  • Understand the benefits of using DMAIC for the purpose of gaining measurable financial results.
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