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ASQ-Six Sigma Black Belt

ASQ – Six Sigma Black Belt is a gold standard in quality professional certification, these certifications are peer-reviewed to ensure reliability and integrity; adhere to ISO 17024 Standard, and most must be renewed by demonstrating continued competency. ASQ certifications are globally recognized, these are endorsed by more than 125 companies around the world.

Skills Acquired

The ASQ – Six Sigma Black Belt Certified professional should be able to –

  • Explain Six Sigma philosophies, related principles including supporting systems and tools.
  • Understand its team dynamics and should demonstrate team leadership
  • Define and assign roles and responsibilities to its team members
  • Define benchmarking
  • Understand various financial and other business performance measures.
  • Identify customer requirements and describe the impact that six sigma projects can have on various types of customers.

Required Experience

SSBB professional are required to have basic knowledge of lean enterprise concepts together with the ability to identify non-value-added elements and activities so as to facilitate the use of specific tools. Apart from that ASQ – Six Sigma Black Belt requires following experience for the certification:

  • Two completed projects with signed affidavits, or
  • One completed project with a signed affidavit and three years of work experience, in one or more areas of the Six Sigma Black Belt Body of Knowledge.

You are not required to be a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt. Only full-time work experience is considered i.e. paid role, Paid intern, co-op or any other course work cannot be applied towards the work experience requirement.

Exam Details: SSBB

Computer Delivered mode:Paper Pencil mode:
165 multiple-choice questions (150 questions are scored
and 15 are unscored)
Exam time is 4 hours and 18 minutesExam time is four-hour
It is offered in the English languageIt is offered in English, Spanish, and Mandarin in certain locations.

The CBT is held four times in a year whereas offline examinations are conducted twice a year, in March and October. This is an open-book examination, so remember to bring your own reference material.

CBT results are immediately published after submitting the exam. You will receive an email confirming the result within 3-5 business days. Thereafter, ASQ will mail your hardcopy certificate. Delivery estimates for your certificate are 1-2 weeks (US & Canada), 6-8 weeks (International mailing).

Course Structure (Body of Knowledge)

Course Structure by Body Of Knowledge

The information here will provide guidance to the intended candidates who are preparing to take the exam. BOK provides an insight into the type of content to be included in the SSBB course. The descriptor in parentheses at the end of each entry refers to the maximum cognitive level at which the topic will be tested.

I. Organization-Wide Planning and Deployment (Questions 12)
A. Organization-wide Considerations1.Fundamentals of Six Sigma and lean methodologies
Define and describe the value, foundations, philosophy, history, and goals of these approaches, and describe the integration and complementary relationship between them. (Understand) (ASQ Reference: Six Sigma Overview)

2.Six Sigma, lean, and continuous improvement methodologies
Describe when to use Six Sigma instead of other problem-solving approaches, and describe the importance of aligning Six Sigma objectives with organizational goals. Describe screening criteria and how such criteria can be used for the selection of Six Sigma projects, lean initiatives, and other continuous improvement methods. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: SIX SIGMA TOOLS & TECHNIQUES)

3.Relationships among business systems and processes
Describe the interactive relationships among business systems, processes, and internal and external stakeholders, and the impact those relationships have on business systems. (Understand)

4.Strategic planning and deployment for initiatives
Define the importance of strategic planning for Six Sigma projects and lean initiatives. Demonstrate how hoshin kanri (X-matrix), portfolio analysis, and other tools can be used in support of the strategic deployment of these projects. Use feasibility studies, SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats), PEST analysis (political, economic, social, and technological) and contingency planning and business continuity planning to enhance strategic planning and deployment. (Apply)
B. Leadership1.Roles and responsibilities
Describe the roles and responsibilities of executive leadership, champions, sponsors, process owners, Master Black Belts, Black Belts, and Green Belts in driving Six Sigma and lean initiatives. Describe how each group influences project deployment in terms of providing or managing resources, enabling changes in organizational structure, and supporting communications about the purpose and deployment of the initiatives. (Understand) (ASQ Reference: SIX SIGMA BELTS, EXECUTIVES AND CHAMPIONS)

2.Organizational roadblocks and change management
Describe how an organization’s structure and culture can impact Six Sigma projects. Identify common causes of Six Sigma failures, including a lack of management support and a lack of resources. Apply change management techniques, including stakeholder analysis, readiness assessments, and communication plans to overcome barriers and drive organization-wide change. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: CHANGE MANAGEMENT, Overview of Change Management)
II. Organizational Process Management and Measures (10 Questions)
A. Impact on Stakeholders: Describe the impact Six Sigma projects can have on customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders. (Understand) (ASQ Reference:  STAKEHOLDERS)
B. Benchmarking: Define and distinguish between various types of benchmarking, e.g., best practices, competitive, collaborative, breakthrough. Select measures and performance goals for projects resulting from benchmarking activities. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: BENCHMARKING)
C. Business Measures: 1.Performance measures
Define and describe balanced scorecard, key performance indicators (KPIs), customer loyalty metrics, and leading and lagging indicators. Explain how to create a line of sight from performance measures to organizational strategies. (Analyze) (ASQ Reference: PERFORMANCE METRICS, SELECTING PERFORMANCE MEASURES & METRICS)

2.Financial measures
Define and use revenue growth, market share, margin, net present value (NPV), return on investment (ROI), and cost-benefit analysis (CBA). Explain the difference between hard cost measures (from profit and loss statements) and soft cost benefits of cost avoidance and reduction. (Apply)
III. Team Management (18 Questions)
A. Team Formation1.Team types and constraints
Define and describe various teams, including virtual, cross-functional, and self-directed. Determine what team type will work best for a given set of constraints, e.g., geography, technology availability, staff schedules, time zones. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: Team Overview)

2.Team roles and responsibilities
Define and describe various team roles and responsibilities for leader, facilitator, coach, and the individual member. (Understand)

3.Team member selection criteria
Describe various factors that influence the selection of team members, including the ability to influence, openness to change, required skill sets, subject matter expertise, and availability. (Apply)

4.Team success factors
Identify and describe the elements necessary for successful teams, e.g., management support, clear goals, ground rules, timelines. (Apply)
B. Team Facilitation1.Motivational techniques
Describe and apply techniques to motivate team members. Identify factors that can demotivate team members and describe techniques to overcome them. (Apply)

2.Team stages of development
Identify and describe the classic stages of team development: forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: Stages of Team Development)

3.Team communication
Describe and explain the elements of an effective communication plan, e.g., audience identification, message type, medium, frequency. (Apply)

4.Team leadership models
Describe and select appropriate leadership approaches (e.g., direct, coach, support, delegate) to ensure team success. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: LEADERSHIP)
C. Team Dynamics1.Group behaviors
Identify and use various conflict resolution techniques (e.g., coaching, mentoring, intervention) to overcome negative group dynamics, including dominant and reluctant participants, groupthink, rushing to finish, and digressions. (Evaluate)

2.Meeting management
Select and use various meeting management techniques, including using agendas, starting on time, requiring pre-work by attendees, and ensuring that the right people and resources are available. (Apply)

3.Team decision-making methods
Define, select, and use various tools (e.g., consensus, nominal group technique, multi-voting) for decision making. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE)
D. Team Training1.Needs assessment
Identify the steps involved to implement an effective training curriculum: identify skills gaps, develop learning objectives, prepare a training plan, and develop training materials. (Understand) (ASQ Reference: PROJECT MANAGEMENT)

Describe various techniques used to deliver effective training, including adult learning theory, soft skills, and modes of learning. (Understand)

Describe various techniques to evaluate training, including evaluation planning, feedback surveys, pre-training and post-training testing. (Understand)
IV. Define (20 Questions)
A. Voice of the Customer1. Customer Identification
Identify and segment customers and show how a project will impact both internal and external customers. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: VOICE OF THE CUSTOMER TABLE)

2. Customer data collection
Identify and select appropriate data collection methods (e.g., surveys, focus groups, interviews, observations) to gather the voice of the customer data. Ensure the data collection methods used are reviewed for validity and reliability.(Analyze) (ASQ Reference:  DATA COLLECTION SURVEY, DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS TOOLS)

3. Customer requirements
Define, select, and apply appropriate tools to determine customer needs and requirements, including critical-to-X (CTX when “X” can be quality, cost, safety, etc.), CTQ tree, quality function deployment (QFD), supplier, input, process, output, customer (SIPOC), and Kano model. (Analyze) (ASQ Reference: CUSTOMER SATISFACTION)
B. Business Case
and Project Charter
1. Business case
Describe business case justification used to support projects. (Understand)

2. Problem statement
Develop a project problem statement and evaluate it in relation to baseline performance and improvement goals. (Evaluate)

3. Project scope
Develop and review project boundaries to ensure that the project has value to the customer. (Analyze) (ASQ Reference: Project Overview)

4. Goals and objectives
Identify specific, measurable, actionable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals and objectives on the basis of the project’s problem statement and scope. (Analyze)

5. Project performance measurements
Identify and evaluate performance measurements (e.g., cost, revenue, delivery, schedule, customer satisfaction) that connect critical elements of the process to key outputs. (Analyze)

6. Project charter review
Explain the importance of having periodic project charter reviews with stakeholders. (Understand)
C. Project Management (PM) ToolsIdentify and use the following PM tools to track projects and document their progress. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: PROJECT PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS)
1. Gantt charts (ASQ Reference: GANTT CHART)
2. Toll-gate reviews
3. Work breakdown structure (WBS)
4. RACI model (responsible, accountable, consulted, and informed)
D. Analytical ToolsIdentify and use the following analytical tools throughout the DMAIC cycle. (Apply)
1. Affinity diagrams (ASQ Reference: AFFINITY DIAGRAM)
2. Tree diagrams (ASQ Reference: TREE DIAGRAM)
3. Matrix diagrams (ASQ Reference: MATRIX DIAGRAM)
4. Prioritization matrices
5. Activity network (ASQ Reference: ARROW DIAGRAM)
V. Measure (25 Questions)
A. Process Characteristics1. Process flow metrics
Identify and use process flow metrics (e.g., work in progress (WIP), work in queue (WIQ), touch time, takt time, cycle time, throughput) to determine constraints. Describe the impact that “hidden factories” can have on process flow metrics. (Analyze) (ASQ Reference: FLOWCHART)

2. Process analysis tools
Select, use, and evaluate various tools, e.g., value stream maps, process maps, work instructions, flowcharts, spaghetti diagrams, circle diagrams, gemba walk. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: PROCESS ANALYSIS TOOLS, VALUE STREAM MAPPING (VSM), SPAGHETTI DIAGRAM)
B. Data Collection1. Types of data
Define, classify, and distinguish between qualitative and quantitative data, and continuous and discrete data. (Evaluate)

2. Measurement scales
Define and use nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio measurement scales. (Apply)

3. Sampling
Define and describe sampling concepts, including representative selection, homogeneity, bias, accuracy, and precision. Determine the appropriate sampling method (e.g., random, stratified, systematic, subgroup, block) to obtain valid representation in various situations.(Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: ATTRIBUTE & VARIABLE SAMPLING PLANS)

4. Data collection plans and methods
Develop and implement data collection plans that include data capture and processing tools, e.g., check sheets, data coding, data cleaning (imputation techniques). Avoid data collection pitfalls by defining the metrics to be used or collected, ensuring that collectors are trained in the tools and understand how the data will be used, and checking for seasonality effects. (Analyze) (ASQ Reference: Data Collection)
C. Measurement Systems1.Measurement system analysis (MSA)
Use gauge repeatability and reproducibility (R&R) studies and other MSA tools (e.g., bias, correlation, linearity, precision to tolerance, percent agreement) to analyze measurement system capability. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: Measurement System Analysis (MSA), GAGE REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY)

2.Measurement systems across the organization
Identify how measurement systems can be applied to marketing, sales, engineering, research and development (R&D), supply chain management, and customer satisfaction data. (Understand) (ASQ Reference: Measuring Process And Organizational Performance)

Define and describe elements of metrology, including calibration systems, traceability to reference standards, and the control and integrity of measurement devices and standards. (Understand (ASQ Reference: Introduction To Measurement And Calibration)
D. Basic Statistics1.Basic statistical terms
Define and distinguish between population parameters and sample statistics, e.g., proportion, mean, standard deviation. (Apply)

2.Central limit theorem
Explain the central limit theorem and its significance in the application of inferential statistics for confidence intervals, hypothesis tests, and control charts. (Understand)

3.Descriptive statistics
Calculate and interpret measures of dispersion and central tendency. (Evaluate)

4.Graphical methods
Construct and interpret diagrams and charts, e.g., box-and-whisker plots, scatter diagrams, histograms, normal probability plots, frequency distributions, cumulative frequency distributions. (Evaluate)5. Valid statistical conclusions Distinguish between descriptive and inferential statistical studies. Evaluate how the results of statistical studies are used to draw valid conclusions. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: BOX AND WHISKER PLOT)
E. Probability1.Basic concepts
Describe and apply probability concepts, e.g., independence, mutually exclusive events, addition and multiplication rules, conditional probability, complementary probability, the joint occurrence of events. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: START YOUR QUALITY JOURNEY WITH ASQ)

Describe, interpret, and use various distributions, e.g., normal, Poisson, binomial, chi-square, Student’s t, F, hypergeometric, bivariate, exponential, lognormal, Weibull. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: HISTOGRAM)
F. Process Capability1.Process capability indices
Define, select, and calculate Cp and Cpk. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: Process Capability Indices)

2.Process performance indices
Define, select, and calculate Pp, Ppk, Cpm, and process sigma. (Evaluate)

3.General process capability studies
Describe and apply elements of designing and conducting process capability studies relative to characteristics, specifications, sampling plans, stability, and normality. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: PROCESS CAPABILITY)

4. Process capability for attributes data
Calculates the process capability and process sigma level for attributes data. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: Process Capability)

5.Process capability for non-normal data
Identify non-normal data and determine when it is appropriate to use Box-Cox or other transformation techniques. (Apply)

6.Process performance vs. specification
Distinguish between natural process limits and specification limits. Calculate process performance metrics, e.g., percent defective, parts per million (PPM), defects per million opportunities (DPMO), defects per unit (DPU), throughput yield, rolled throughput yield (RTY). (Evaluate)

7.Short-term and long-term capability
Describe and use appropriate assumptions and conventions when only short-term data or only long-term data are available. Interpret the relationship between short-term and long-term capability. (Evaluate)
VI. Analyze (22 Questions)
A. Measuring and Modeling
Relationships Between Variables
1.Correlation coefficient
Calculate and interpret the correlation coefficient and its confidence interval, and describe the difference between correlation and causation. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: Correlation And Regression)

2.Linear regression
Calculate and interpret regression analysis, and apply and interpret hypothesis tests for regression statistics. Use the regression model for estimation and prediction, analyze the uncertainty in the estimate, and perform a residuals analysis to validate the model. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: Regression Analysis)

3.Multivariate tools
Use and interpret multivariate tools (e.g., factor analysis, discriminant analysis, multiple analysis of variance (MANOVA)) to investigate sources of variation. (Evaluate)
B. Hypothesis Testing1.Terminology
Define and interpret the significance level, power, type I, and type II errors of statistical tests. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: STATISTICAL METHODS IN QUALITY IMPROVEMENT)

2.Statistical vs. practical significance
Define, compare, and interpret statistical and practical significance. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: Statistics Digest)

3.Sample size
Calculate sample size for common hypothesis tests: equality of means and equality of proportions. (Apply)

4.Point and interval estimates
Define and distinguish between confidence and prediction intervals. Define and interpret the efficiency and bias of estimators. Calculate tolerance and confidence intervals. (Evaluate)

5.Tests for means, variances, and proportions
Use and interpret the results of hypothesis tests for means, variances, and proportions. (Evaluate)

6.Analysis of variance (ANOVA)
Select, calculate, and interpret the results of ANOVAs. (Evaluate)

7.Goodness-of-fit (chi square) tests
Define, select, and interpret the results of these tests. (Evaluate)

8.Contingency tables
Select, develop, and use contingency tables to determine statistical significance. (Evaluate)

9.Nonparametric tests
Understand the importance of the Kruskal-Wallis and Mann-Whitney tests and when they should be used. (Understand)
C. Failure Mode and
Effects Analysis (FMEA)
Describe the purpose and elements of FMEA, including risk priority number (RPN), and evaluate FMEA results for processes, products, and services. Distinguish between design FMEA (DFMEA) and process FMEA (PFMEA), and interpret their results. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS (FMEA), FMEA For Beginners)
D. Additional Analysis Methods1.Gap analysis
Analyze scenarios to identify performance gaps, and compare current and future states using predefined metrics. (Analyze)

2.Root cause analysis
Define and describe the purpose of root cause analysis, recognize the issues involved in identifying a root cause, and use various tools (e.g., 5 whys, Pareto charts, fault tree analysis, cause and effect diagrams) to resolve chronic problems. (Analyze) (ASQ Reference: ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS (RCA), FIVE WHYS AND FIVE HOWS, PARETO CHART)

3.Waste analysis
Identify and interpret the seven classic wastes (overproduction, inventory, defects, over-processing, waiting, motion, transportation) and resource under-utilization. (Analyze)
VII. Improve (21 Questions)
A. Design of Experiments (DOE)1.Terminology
Define basic DOE terms, e.g., independent and dependent variables, factors and levels, response, treatment, error, nested. (Understand) (ASQ Reference: DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS (DOE))

2.Design principles
Define and apply DOE principles, e.g., power, sample size, balance, repetition, replication, order, efficiency, randomization, blocking, interaction, confounding, resolution. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS (DOE))

3.Planning experiments
Plan and evaluate DOEs by determining the objective, selecting appropriate factors, responses, and measurement methods, and choosing the appropriate design. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: DESIGNING EXPERIMENTS)

4.One-factor experiments
Design and conduct completely randomized, randomized block, and Latin square designs, and evaluate their results. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference:

5.Two-level fractional factorial experiments
Design, analyze, and interpret these types of experiments, and describe how confounding can affect their use. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference:

6.Full factorial experiments
Design, conduct, and analyze these types of experiments. (Evaluate)
B. Lean Methods1.Waste elimination
Select and apply tools and techniques for eliminating or preventing waste, e.g., pull systems, kanban, 5S, standard work, poka-yoke. (Analyze) (ASQ Reference: FIVE S’S (5S), MISTAKE PROOFING)

2.Cycle-time reduction
Use various tools and techniques for reducing cycle time, e.g., continuous flow, single-minute exchange of die (SMED), heijunka (production leveling). (Analyze) (ASQ Reference: Cycle-Time Redesign)

Define and distinguish between kaizen and kaizen blitz and describe when to use each method. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: Kaizen Blitz Road Map)

4.Other improvement tools and techniques
Identify and describe how other process improvement methodologies are used, e.g., the theory of constraints (TOC), overall equipment effectiveness (OEE). (Understand)
C. ImplementationDevelop plans for implementing proposed improvements, including conducting pilot tests or simulations, and evaluate results to select the optimum solution. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT)
VIII. Control (15 Questions)
A. Statistical Process Control (SPC)1.Objectives
Explain the objectives of SPC, including monitoring and controlling process performance, tracking trends, runs, and reducing variation within a process. (Understand) (ASQ Reference: STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL)

2.Selection of variables
Identify and select critical process characteristics for control chart monitoring. (Apply) CONTROL CHART)

3.Rational subgrouping
Define and apply the principle of rational subgrouping. (Apply)

4.Control chart selection
Select and use control charts in various situations: X-R, X-s, individual and moving range (ImR), p, np, c, u, short-run SPC, and moving average. (Apply)

5.Control chart analysis
Interpret control charts and distinguish between common and special causes using rules for determining statistical control. (Analyze)
B. Other Controls1.Total productive maintenance (TPM)
Define the elements of TPM and describe how it can be used to consistently control the improved process. (Understand) (ASQ Reference: Total Productive Maintenance)

2.Visual controls
Define the elements of visual controls (e.g., pictures of correct procedures, color-coded components, indicator lights), and describe how they can help control the improved process. (Understand) (ASQ Reference: Visual Management)
C. Maintain Controls1.Measurement system reanalysis
Review and evaluate measurement system capability as process capability improves, and ensure that measurement capability is sufficient for its intended use. (Evaluate) (ASQ Reference: Measurement System Analysis (MSA))

2.Control plan
Develop a control plan to maintain the improved process performance, enable continuous improvement, and transfer responsibility from the project team to the process owner. (Apply)
D. Sustain Improvements1. Lessons learned
Document the lessons learned from all phases of a project and identify how improvements can be replicated and applied to other processes in the organization. (Apply)

Develop or modify documents including standard operating procedures (SOPs), work instructions, and control plans to ensure that the improvements are sustained over time. (Apply)

3.Training for process owners and staff
Develop and implement training plans to ensure consistent execution of revised process methods and standards to maintain process improvements. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: Business Process Management Orientation Workshop)

4.Ongoing evaluation
Identify and apply tools (e.g., control charts, control plans) for ongoing evaluation of the improved process, including monitoring leading indicators, lagging indicators, and additional opportunities for improvement. (Apply) (ASQ Reference: CONTROL CHART)
IX. Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Framework and Methodologies (7 Questions)
A. Common DFSS Methodologies
Identify and describe define, measure, analyze, design, and validate (DMADV) and define, measure, analyze, design, optimize, and validate (DMADOV). (Understand) (ASQ Reference: Design For Six Sigma (DFSS))
B. Design for X (DFX)
Describe design constraints, including design for cost, design for manufacturability (producibility), design for test, and design for maintainability. (Understand)
C. Robust Designs
Describe the elements of robust product design, tolerance design, and statistical tolerance. (Understand)
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Preparation Guide for ASQ – Six Sigma Black Belt

We shall now begin elaborating the preparation guide for ASQ Six Sigma Black Belt certification exam. It is extremely important to have all the exam preparation resources with the study guide to excel in the exam. This may seem easy but having complete exam details, and good learning resources will be the only savior to pass the exam successfully.

Preparation Guide for ASQ - Six Sigma Black Belt Exam

Exam Simulator

Provides sample exam questions based on the Certified ASQ – Six Sigma Black Belt BOK. You can use the question sets in two different modes — Exam simulation or review mode.


ASQ provides two different sets of handbooks to ease your exam preparation process and also to help you in appearing for the open book exam. The handbooks are as follows:

  • ASQ CSSBB HandBook: Can be used in your open book exam.
  • ASQ CSSBB Study Guide: This is a basic book for those preparing for the Six Sigma Black Belt certification.

Certification Preparation: SSBB


The participants of ASQ – Six Sigma Black Belt classroom are already practicing Black Belts who want to refresh their knowledge and skills, they will need a hand-held, electronic calculator (such as TI-30Xa) for the course. The format of this course is an instructor-led traditional classroom and includes classroom-based instruction involving the highest level of instructor/student interaction. The classroom-style training is provided in two formats. See the public and on-site.

Web-based self paced

This course is web-based and self-paced. It includes internet-based, self-paced training modules, which may involve combinations of text, visuals, audio, interactive simulations, and quizzes. This course does not teach but rather reviews concepts in the handbook. These web-based courses require a computer and Internet access.


These Virtual courses are for Black Belts, individuals supporting Six Sigma projects, and/or individuals looking to achieve their ASQ Six Sigma Black Belt certification. Use of real-world examples and activities are done, this course is designed to help you prepare for the ASQ CSSBB certification exam. This course reviews concepts in the CSSBB BoK. ASQ also offers this training course in an instructor-led classroom setting. On-site training is available for groups of five or more, offering convenience, cost-savings, and even course customization when you bring our premier instructors to your organization. Please note that this course is in no way a guarantee of a passing score on the ASQ – Six Sigma Black Belt exam.

Group Training

This initiative of ASQ provides an on-site training facility for the organization. You as an employer can train and update your employees as per your own schedule. This also minimizes the cost-per-student, reduces travel expenses, and ensures that the content is specific to your exact needs. This ensures ASQ – Six Sigma Black Belt certification as mass level.


myASQ communities are utilized for networking, sharing content, and peer-to-peer learning. Some of these communities are gated and are determined by your member profile. Membership in technical and geographic communities are included or can be added to an ASQ membership. 

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