Green Belt participants are NOT required to obtain their Yellow Belt certificate to participate in Green Belt. If participate has little to no experience in Six Sigma, the XLC’s Six Sigma Yellow Belt is highly recommended.
Six Sigma Green Belt Certification enables you to confidently contribute to Six Sigma projects and provide expertise and recommendations using Six Sigma tools with your functional teams.
This program qualifies for Professional Development Units (PDU’s) for Project Management Professionals (PMP®) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®). Xavier Leadership Center is a Registered Education Provider for PMI®.
Nov 09, 2020 (8:30am-5pm)
Nov 16, 2020 (8:30am-5pm)
Nov 23, 2020 (8:30am-5pm)
Mar 30-Apr 01, 2021 (8:30am-5pm)
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Through demonstrations and hands on exercises you will learn and apply the statistical tools that are fundamental to the DMAIC model, so you will be prepared to apply these to your own work.
You will discuss your specific issues and challenges and identify the best approach and tools to drive improvement. Additionally, you will learn how to integrate the tools of Six Sigma and problem solving techniques to engage others to deliver Six Sigma results, as well.
Six Sigma Green Belt Certification requires participants to pass a Green Belt exam, plus complete a Green Belt project out of class.
Xavier Leadership Center is proud to offer each participant a digital badge in Six Sigma Green Belt once you have met program completion criteria. Digital badges include a direct link to view program credentials and can be utilized by participants on social media and digital resumes.
Managers, team leaders, team members and facilitators.
Participants will walk away with these skills:
“All the material that is covered in this program is essential to any project. The facilitator did an outstanding job presenting the information.”
“The program was well-designed. As I continue working on process improvements I will be able to systematically work through them to get the best possible improvement implemented.”