"I met Tomek as a trainer at a Six Sigma Black Belt training event.

Determined, consistent, determined and 100% dedicated to what he does. He has a great feel for the team.

He has a great understanding of business and its aspects such as: economic, quality, human aspects, among others.

I strongly recommend as a 'panacea' for difficult or 'unsolvable' problems in the company."


Sebastian Kryś

Executive MBA w Georgia State University

Szkolenie SPC

"Tomasz is a true expert in his field and training sessions with him are full of creativity and lots of valuable information. He is eager to share his experiences, support in problem-solving, and give valuable tips on how to solve key problems in the company with simple tools. The trainings conducted by Tomasz are the best I have ever taken part in. His competence, customized approach to many problems is a real inspiration."


Marek Sulik

MBA, Six Sigma, Executive Manager

Szkolenie SPC

"I had the pleasure to participate in Six Sigma Black Belt training conducted by Tomek.

I can confirm - the amount of knowledge and the manner of its transfer at the highest level.

Even such "magic" as statistics presented in a clear and understandable way for everyone.

I sincerely recommend Tomek as a trainer and project leader. 👍"



Maciej Dąbrowski

Lean Expert w Gerdes MC

Szkolenie SPC

Sample recommendations (more on my LinkedIn profile)


Identified problem on which the participant will work during the training.

  • Proven tools only
  • Use of "why - what - how" sequences throughout the course and each individual topic
  • Frequent use of examples and "case studies"
  • Lots of team exercises (~30% of class time)
  • Lots of repetition and integration of tools
  • Minimal use of PowerPoint presentations
  • Integration of software within each topic rather than teaching it separately
  • Discussion sessions with the trainer
  • Max. 15 participants

What are the requirements?

Who is Black Belt training for?

This course is designed for people with different functions in the organization - operational, quality, logistics, financial, production, engineering.

What is the Black Belt training model?

  • Black Belt is a person who applies diverse process improvement techniques to achieve business goals
  • Leads improvement projects and provides competency development within the organization through training and consulting
  • Identifies problems and root causes, analyzes data and generates solutions to reduce costs and improve quality 
  • Is a change agent tasked with creating an environment where critical thinking and data drive decision making

What are the benefits?

What are the characteristics of Six Sigma Black Belt training?

The purpose of Six Sigma Black Belt training is to provide practical knowledge to solve real-world problems. 

Due to the breadth of both methodologies, it is not possible to create one comprehensive training in a reasonable duration for both Lean and Six Sigma.

Why not a "Lean Six Sigma" Black Belt?


The Six Sigma Black Belt training program follows ISO 13053-1:2011(en) Quantitative methods in process improvement - Six Sigma and goes beyond the scope of the standard.

Six Sigma Black Belt Training

  • Asking the right questions and improving critical thinking
  • Solving complex problems using data
  • Interpreting data appropriately so that the results are useful and meaningful
  • Working on an improvement project from the first day of training
  • Combining process knowledge with statistical thinking 
  • Ability to conduct planned experiments (DOE) to understand cause and effect relationships
  • Presenting data effectively and creating easy-to-understand visualizations so that recipients understand the results
  • Develop communication and change management skills 
  • Develop competencies and increase attractiveness to the job market

Six Sigma Black Belt

Session 1 (4 days)

Session 3 (4 days)

  • Introduction to Six Sigma (history, concept, DMAIC model, structure)
  • Quality
  • Scientific method (PDSA) and critical thinking 
  • Structured problem solving (Ishikawa, 5Why, Cost/Benefit...)
  • Project management basics
  • Operational definitions
  • Introduction to variation
  • Quincunx 
  • Process Mapping
  • VOC: Voice of the Customer Analysis

Session 2 (4 days)

  • Basic statistics and graphical presentation of data

  • Control charts

  • Measurement System Analysis (continuous/attribute data)

  • Components of Variation study

    • Sampling trees

    • Rational sampling

    • Crossed vs. Nested

  • Statistical significance of sources of variation

  • Regression analysis

  • Experimentation

    • Experimentation methods

    • DOE: Full Factor Experiment

  • ANOVA:
    • Nested
    • Crossed
  • DOE: Fractional Experiment
  • Factors Relationship Diagram:
    • Repeats
    • Replicates
    • Blocking
    • Noise as a Factor
    • Factors hard to change (WP/SP)
  • Definitive Screening Design

Session 4 (4 days)

  • DOE:
    • Special causes in the experiment
    • Transformation Y in DOE
    • Model building
    • Analysis of residuals
  • Methods of generating solutions
  • FMEA
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  • Process capability
  • Control plans
  • Pilot Implementation
  • Change management
  • Performance management
  • Daily meetings
  • Presenting Information Effectively
  • Lean Thinking 
  • Cleaning Data Using Excel


16 Days

Black Belt training is no longer a statistics course!

It is a comprehensive approach to solving problems in organizations using practical, proven and modern tools.

I will not teach you difficult statistical formulas, but instead I will teach you how to think critically, collect good quality data, use analytical tools (Minitab and Excel) and solve any problem.




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