I would appreciate any help or advice.
If you have specific questions I imagine someone would be able to offer an opinion based on their experiences. Mentoring someone through the process (similar to the Fellow process) can be much more of a commitment as you are likely aware.
Thanks for the response.
My first question is on the section 1.1 developing training modules.
what is the definition being used for training modules?
I have assumed that training modules make up sections of the whole course.
where I was getting confused is that there is a statement about the training modules must focus on more than one phase of DMAIC. This is not normally how I would construct my modules.
Is the purpose of this comment to ensure that you are demonstrating the whole BOK not a subset?
For Example, I have developed a University course in Quality Control. It is Black Belt level of knowledge and covers more than one phase - but I would consider a module to be Statistical Tools which would cover hypothesis testing, and capability analysis - in a 39 hour course this would cover about 10 hours of materials, include homework, exercises and a test. would this work as a training module under this section.
Some of my thoughts....
In looking at the MBB portfolio, I wonder if the wording should be "training modules" vs "a training module". I would not typically think a training module by itself would cover multiple phases of Six Sigma. On the contrary modules are typically more focused.
Reading deeper it is asking for multiple modules of which 2 were statistically based. It also speaks to having the content at the Black Belt level.
I did not see a definition for a training module in the MBB portfolio. My experience is that training modules can vary in length from a few minutes to a few hours and that they would contain learning objectives and a step by step explanation of a given topic.
Your 10 hours of statistical content was likely multiple modules (or should have been), but sounds like it was mostly Analyze phase content ...