Who should attend
The Six Sigma program is designed for professionals who want to develop the ability to lead process-improvement initiatives. Participants in our Green Belt program have held these titles:
- Financial/business analyst
- Commodity manager
- Project manager
- Quality manager
- Business development manager
- Manufacturing process engineer
- Continuous improvement director
- Director or VP of operations
About the course
Six Sigma is a disciplined, data-driven approach to eliminating defects in any process - from manufacturing to transactional - and in products and services. The measurement-based Six Sigma methodology focuses on process improvement and variation reduction by applying a set of statistical, analytical and problem solving tools and techniques.
The Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate Program focuses on creating a high performance organization through a mindset and culture shift that eliminates marginal methods used in the past and replaces them with a set of tools that continually produce exceptional results. The measurement-based Six Sigma methodology focuses on process improvement and variation reduction by applying a set of simple, yet sophisticated, statistical, analytical and problem solving techniques.
This 16-week program includes lab time, instruction and application of the Six Sigma way of process improvement. You are required to successfully complete a continuous improvement project in order to receive a certificate.
You will acquire the abilities and skills to implement Six Sigma effectively and economically, learn how to play a key role in a Six Sigma transformation initiative, and become highly visible to top management as a leader in this area.
- Introduction to Six Sigma
- The Define Stage
- The Measure Stage
- The Analyze Stage
- The Improve Stage
- The Control Stage
- Six Sigma in action
- Six Sigma tools and concepts for problem solving, decision making & process improvement
- Demonstrating the application of the Six Sigma methodology in a “real-world” project
Adjunct Professor in Supply Chain at Illinois Institute of Technology (Teach Supply Chain Strategy) and at UW Platteville (Teach International Supply Chain). I also teach APICS CSCP for DePaul University and for the Chicago Chapter of APICS.
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.