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Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Training

How The Training Works

There are 4 steps involved in completing Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training through AOBIL:

STEP 1 – Enrol in the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Online Training / Learning Pathway

STEP 2 – Log In to your ‘user’ account to access the 4 modules (12 courses in total)

STEP 3 – Download and access tools, templates, and resources as required

STEP 4 – Lodge all specified assignments for marking, lead a minimum number of projects and complete the examination


You can enrol in this online Lean Six Sigma Black Belt training for $680.00 (ex. GST). For classroom training options, contact the team at 

Why You Should Train With AOBIL

HIGH QUALITY CONTENT – The AOBIL Lean Six Sigma training program was designed and developed by the man who wrote the book – George Lee Sye, author of Process Mastery with Lean Six Sigma.

SIMPLE COURSE STRUCTURE – These courses add to the content delivered in the LSSGB program and bridges the gap between that level and the LSSBB level.

VALUE FOR MONEY – This is the lowest cost black belt level training you will find and the quality if not compromised in any way

ACCESSIBLE – You can undertake the training at any time and any location that suits you, at your own pace.

TAX DEDUCTIBLE – The AOBIL approach means the fees incurred by an individual to complete the training are fully tax deductible as professional development.

The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Learning Pathway

Once you’ve attained the level of LSS Green Belt with AOBIL / Soarent Vision, your learning pathway follows a stream of education involving completing four modules of training and lodging assignments, leading projects, and then lodging your evidence of competency.

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Training


  • Interrogate data and identify value adding improvement opportunities that impact key business drivers
  • Effectively lead more complex business improvement projects that deliver quantifiable benefits
  • Utilise advanced Lean and Six Sigma methods according to project contexts
  • Have a major impact on profit margin through delivering cost reduction and / or revenue increasing results
  • Sustain improvements over time


Module Duration Online
Offline Classroom
BB01 (FMEA) Failure Mode Effect Analysis Course Equivalent of 0.5 day face-2-face 2 Courses Offline package available separately NA
BB02 (PMSC) Project Management Skills Course Equivalent of 2 days face-2-face 2 Courses (as above) NA
BB03 (QDM) Quantitative Decision Making Equivalent of 5 days face-2-face 7 Short Courses, All Data Sets, 53 Videos (as above) In-house on Request Only
BB04 (QFD) Quality Function Deployment Equivalent of 2 days face-2-face 1 Course (as above) NA


  • Failure mode and effect analysis
  • Project management fundamentals
  • Project risk management
  • Project selection with Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
  • Data collection to accelerate analysis activities and find answers quickly
  • Sampling concepts and decision making risk
  • Locating and validating sources of variation with practical statistical methods
  • Validating cause and effect relationships with practical statistical methods
  • Design of Experiments
  • Prediction modelling and process optimisation


To Enrol

LSS Black Belt Online Training Package

Full Program Details

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Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification


There are two paths that one might follow in order to attain the Lean Six Sigma BLACK BELT (LSSBB) qualification:

  • AOBIL Students = AOBIL members / course students who have (a) attained LSSGB Qualification and (b) successfully completed all assignments from the FMEA, PMSC, QDM and QFD courses; only need to submit validated reports for 2 further value adding Lean / Six Sigma projects that demonstrate their ability to utilise the DMAIC project management model and improvement methods – they will have satisfied the requirements for passing the LSSBB examination
  • External Students = Will need to (a)  provide evidence of competency including validated reports for 3 value adding Lean / Six Sigma projects that demonstrate ability to utilise the DMAIC project management model; and (b) attain a pass mark for the LSSBB examination

Frequently Asked Questions can be viewed here.