Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
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Earn your Six Sigma Green Belt Certification with GBMP's 64-hour VIRTUAL program beginning on March 29, 2024. Comprised of sixteen 4-hour virtual sessions, from 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM Eastern Time each Friday morning, you'll have your Green Belt Certification when the course concludes on July 12.
Great news: MA companies are eligible for grant funding to cover the cost of this course for up to 5 participants! That's 100% coverage for companies with fewer than one hundred employees and GBMP can write and submit the application for you. Please contact Jamie Millman at email@example.com or call 617-710-7033 for all the info & to enroll.
The course is divided into four modules: One module covers each of the Six Sigma “road map” steps: Measure – Analyze – Improve - Control. It is designed to provide both instruction and hands-on training (“tacit” learning) as attendees are required to complete a project during the program. At least one week is allowed between modules for attendees to apply the MAIC skills acquired to their projects as the course progresses. Class exercises are also geared toward these projects. (Scroll down for more information.)
The 64 hours of training can be applied toward the GBMP 16-day Six Sigma Black Belt training course so that Black Belt status can be achieved with an additional 8 days of training and completion of a Black Belt project. Looking to get your Black Belt? Contact JMillman@gbmp.org for assistance.
• Understand Six Sigma variation reduction methodology.
• Begin to apply the MAIC “road map” and spread the methodology to everyday work problems.
• Assist Black Belts in Six Sigma teams and team projects.
• Successfully complete “in the trenches” variation reduction projects of their own.
• Become a mentor to others in applying statistical analysis to continuous improvement programs in their work environment.
Who should attend?
This course is appropriate for all levels and disciplines within the organization. It is especially relevant for technical employees in manufacturing environment but can also be affective for those in transactional and service capacities such as Material Control, IT, Finance, etc.