Becoming a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt is an outstanding investment in your personal and professional development. Our program is structured so that White, Green and Black Belt candidates attend the first sections together. Black Belts then continue on for additional training, while Green Belts are deployed back to the job where they begin work on their projects. The continued training for Black Belts provides higher level tools and methodologies required to function in this role. This training does address the area of statistics in depth, as it is part of the Black Belt's job to provide this training, as needed, to their team.
The Project: Lean Six Sigma success is achieved through process improvement projects that yield higher quality, efficiency and customer satisfaction. For this reason, MCC has chosen a project-based approach to delivering and reinforcing Lean Six Sigma Black Belt skills. Our program requires candidates to work through a real improvement project with training and coaching provided over a specific time. This results in a deeper level of learning and immediate payback for the organization.
160 hours of total training, 25% asynchronous (online) 12% synchronous (interactive webinars), and 63% face-to-face classroom instruction.
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