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QFD Green Belt® Certificate Packages


Below lists the 2019 QFD Green Belt® Packages. Course Details....

For more public courses, please see the Calendar or contact us.

2019 Package Options

  • QFD Green Belt® Package  
    2019 September 4–7 in Boise, Idaho USA
    This is a 2-in-1 Package with NO prerequisites.:
    1. QFD GREEN BELT® (Sept 4–5)
    2. ISQFD (Sept 6–7)
  • Facilitator's Package  
    2019 September 4–7 and September 9 –13 in Boise, Idaho USA
    This is a 3-in-1 Package with NO prerequisites:
    1. QFD GREEN BELTt® (Sept 4–5)
    2. ISQFD (Sept 6–7)
    3. QFD BLACK BELT® (Sept 9–13)

If these dates do not work for you, please see the Calendar or send inquiries about more options.

QFD Green Belt® Course
This Step-By-Step, Hands-On Workshop Will Show You: (Click here to open / close the panel)

Core Blitz QFD® Tools:

  1. Project Goals table
  2. Customer Segments table
  3. Gemba visit table
  4. Customer Process Model
  5. Customer Voice table
  6. Affinity Diagram
  7. Hierarchy Diagram
  8. Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)
  9. Maximum Value Table
  10. House of Quality (HOQ) — modernized
  11. Downstream QFD Deployments (generic deployment in public course)
Associated Methods That You Will Be Introduced: (Click here to open / close the panel)
Who Should Attend: (Click here to open/close this panel)
  • No Prerequisites.
  • New product and service development teams and project managers;
  • Project team members from Marketing & Sales, R&D, Design, Manufacturing, Service, Quality, Business Development, and those who are key to the success of the new product / business / organizational strategy;
  • Training scouts who will report to their management;
  • Quality consultants, Six Sigma / Lean Sigma / DFLS / DFSS Black Belts and Master Black Belts;
  • Trainers, facilitators, internal Quality / Sigma gurus, Organizational Excellence champions, as well as University Professors who teach innovation and the topics mentioned here;
  • Those who are familiar with classical QFD and House of Quality methods from the 1980s.
  • Anyone who seeks better designs, quality, and innovation.
  • Here is a partial list of companies that have sent employees to this training.
Recommended Things To Bring: (Click here to open/close this panel)
  1. A laptop computer (with CD drive, MS Excel®, MS Word®, and Adobe Acrobat® reader) or calculator -- as you will receive a memory stick with QFD software templates and case studies.
  2. Relevant marketing and technical data for a small project or a part of a large project that you are currently working on or plan to work on in the future. (You will receive detailed instructions on this with your registration receipt/invoice.)

    IMPORTANT: There is NO NEED to reveal any confidential data. The goal is to make the QFD exercises real and meaningful to you!  If it is not feasible to bring such data, you may join others or use a generic (or hobby) project.
Training Materials (Click here to open / close this panel)
  • The QFD Green Belt® training manual (the latest version)
  • Modern QFD templates
  • Select case students
  • ISO 16355 series bibliographic reference papers (1,000+ page eBook, $149 value)NEW
Registration: (Click here to open / close this panel)
Venue & Travel: (Click here to open / close this panel)
QFD Belt® Certification: (Click here to open / close this panel)

A provisional QFD Green Belt® Certificate will be issued upon successful completion of this course.

Students desiring to receive a full certification must submit a completed QFD project to the Instructor within one (1) year, demonstrating their ability to use the modern QFD Blitz® tools taught in the course. For this purpose, they may send work-in-process to the instructor for review, following the classroom portion of the training.

Instructor: Glenn H. Mazur (Click here to open / close this panel)

Mr. Mazur has been certified as a QFD Red Belt® (the highest level) by the late Dr. Akao. In 1998 Mr. Mazur was awarded the International Akao Prize® for his work in developing and disseminating the practice of QFD globally. Glenn H. Mazur

Mr. Mazur serves as the Executive Director of the QFD Institute and International Council for QFD which coordinates international research and symposia toward advancement of the QFD methodology. Mr. Mazur is also the convenor of ISO 16355 technical committee.

Glenn has also been designated a QFD Architekt by the German QFD Institut Deutchland and is the first trainer to introduce the Japanese Gemba Study method to the U.S. In addition to his work in QFD, he has also been trained in the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) by its developers late Dr. Thomas Saaty and Dr. Ernest Forman and has integrated this methodology into the QFD priority scoring system.

Contact Us

Please feel free to contact QFD Institute if you have any questions about this course or QFD in general, as well as to inquire about more course dates or in-house training options.

We look forward to welcoming you in this course.

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