Six Sigma Training

Six Sigma Green Belt Training

The Green Belt Program provides participants with an overview of Six Sigma as well as key concepts associated with effective project teams. Green Belts receive a subset of the more comprehensive Black Belt curriculum. Green Belts will learn a structured problem-solving methodology for addressing business improvement projects, intermediate-level quality tools within that methodology, and how to generate bottom-line financial results. The program focuses on the DMAIC model for process improvement and the relevant Intermediate-level statistical and graphical tools within that model.

Participants will cover several phases:

  • Define Phase
  • Measure Phase
  • Analyze Phase
  • Improve Phase
  • Control Phase

Six Sigma Black Belt Training

The Black Belt Program teaches participants what they need to know to be a practicing organizational quality resource. Built upon the foundation of the Six Sigma Green Belt training, participants explore the use of statistical techniques in process improvement, project leadership, group dynamics, and advanced techniques and tools for the challenges of making the organization more competitive. This class consists of two weeks of training separated by a month, a qualified project that has direct impact on the organization, and how to eliminate waste and inefficiency from the organization.

Six Sigma Black Belt Training prepares participants for:

  • Project team leadership and management
  • Collaboration with organizational leaders
  • Serve as an organizational continuous improvement resource

Note: Students must be Six Sigma Green Belt Certified.