Which Color Belt Would Work Best in Your Professional Wardrobe?
When’s the last time your boss or co-worker complimented you on the belt you’re wearing? Never, you reply? Maybe that’s because it’s the wrong color! What are the professionally fashionable belt colors to wear nowadays? Think White, Green, Yellow and Black – as in Six Sigma!
Six Sigma is a data-driven approach to problem solving, focusing on defect reduction and process improvement, resulting in cost savings. The methodology follows a structured sequence of problem solving techniques to arrive at a solution. Companies of all shapes and sizes are using the methodologies of Six Sigma to reduce defects in their industries and benefit their bottom lines.
What’s the difference between the belts? What’s the right color for me to pursue?
White Belt is a half-day awareness training designed for anyone interested in understanding Six Sigma basics.
January 3, 2014, click here for more information.
Yellow Belt is a 3-day workshop designed for people interested in basic improvement of their processes, or serving as Six Sigma team members.
Dates TBD, click here for more information.
Green Belt is a 5-day class designed for the person who requires problem solving or data analysis as a part of their job, or would like to make improvements within their job function. The content presented is the most commonly used problem solving and data analysis tools. Employment boards frequently ask for this certification in Engineering, Quality, Continuous Improvement and Management roles although other functions find the thought process valuable as well.
January 16, 30, February 6, 13 & 20, 2014, click here for more information.
Black Belt is a 16-day class designed for the person who wants to become the expert problem solver in their organization. In Black Belt a wide range of problem solving and data analysis tools are presented that allows the user to apply the principles to widely varying needs within a project. A portion of the course is intense from a statistics perspective, although Minitab software is utilized to make the statistics easy for the non-statistician. Employment boards frequently ask for this certification in Engineering, Quality, Continuous Improvement and Management roles although other functions find the thought process valuable as well.
April 30, May 1, 14, 15, June 4, 5, 18, 19, July 9, 10, 30, 31, August 20, 21, September 3 & 4, 2014, click here for more information.
To see a schedule of our upcoming classes, click here.