What You Will Learn

As problem-solvers complete projects and progress in their careers, they invariably need more sophisticated capabilities—in both manufacturing and transactional environments. They’re assigned increasingly complex and challenging problems to solve, and this often requires further development.

BMGI's Toolmaster Workshop is known for its advanced, hands-on, individualized approach to teaching and mentoring. Although the workshop has a standard curriculum, instructors will deviate from designated topics when necessary to meet the individual needs of participants.

Like all BMGI courses, this course has an applied focus. Participants bring their unique challenges and data sets to the workshop so they can make progress toward their particular goals. The Toolmaster Workshop often enables participants to solve previously unsolvable problems in their organizations.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Apply a number of advanced tools and techniques to solve difficult problems
  • Analyse non-normal data to drive decision making
  • Perform advanced regression analyses, including logistic regression for discrete Y's
  • Utilize advanced ANOVA techniques to qualify destructive measurement systems
  • Investigate important advanced scenarios for the application of designed experiments (DOE)
  • Mentor green belts and black belts in selecting and applying the right tools to their problems and projects

How You Will Learn

The course is offered in online format. Professional problem-solvers learn these advanced tools and skills in an interactive, focused workshop environment—complete with instructor lecture, exercises, and individualized mentoring on real, problematic data sets and projects that participants bring to class from their organizations.

BMGI expert consultants are interesting and engaging, transferring knowledge from a thorough and deep set of course content—always challenging participants to extract the most value from their existing data sets. In addition, portions of the workshop are dedicated to facilitating peer-to-peer learning as professionals share their unique perspectives, projects, data and experience.

To reinforce and solidify learning, students are assigned homework and review it each morning. Also valuable and insightful, participants spend portions of the workshop on sharing their unique perspectives, projects and best practices.

Course Length: 5 consecutive days 36 hours of instruction