Black Belt/Lean Black Belt Certification (4th edition) - click here for 3rd edition, click here for 2nd edition (what's the difference?)
Six Sigma Online Black Belt Certification provides you with a thorough knowledge of Six Sigma philosophies and principles, including supporting systems and tools. A certified Black Belt exhibits team leadership, understands team dynamics, and assigns his/her team members with roles and responsibilities. They have a complete understanding of the DMAIC model in accordance with Six Sigma principles, have a knowledge of lean enterprise concepts, and they can identify 'non-value-added' elements and activities.
Lean/DFSS Green Belt Certification (4th edition) - click here for 3rd edition, click here for 2nd edition (what's the difference?)
The Lean approach systematically reduces waste in the value stream. It not only covers defective products, but all types of defective work. It identifies defects, overproduction, inventories (in process or finished goods), unnecessary processing, unnecessary movement of people, unnecessary transport of goods, waiting, and designing goods and services that don't meet customer's needs.
Green Belt Certification (4th edition) - click here for 3rd edition, click here for 2nd edition (what's the difference?)
The Six Sigma Green Belt serves as a specially trained team member within his or her function-specific area of the organization. This focus allows the Green Belt to work on small, carefully defined Six Sigma projects, requiring less than a Black Belt's full-time commitment to Six Sigma throughout the business. Six Sigma Online's Green Belt Training provides participants with enhanced problem-solving skills, with an emphasis on the DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control) model.
Yellow Belt Certification (4th edition) - click here for 3rd edition, click here for 2nd edition (what's the difference?)
Six Sigma Online's Yellow Belt certification provides an overall insight to the techniques of Six Sigma, its metrics, and basic improvement methodologies. Students will learn how to integrate Six Sigma methodologies for the improvement of production and transactional systems to better meet customer expectations and bottom-line objectives of their organization. It provides an introduction to process management and the basic tools of Six Sigma, giving employees a stronger understanding of processes, enabling each individual to provide meaningful assistance in achieving the organization's overall objectives.