Six Sigma Green Belt Training
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Learn Six Sigma Green and gain the knowledge needed to pass your exam.

Who is it for


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In the duration of this course you will learn the necessary skills to easily pass your Six Sigma Green Belt exam. If you have your exam round the corner, or are just looking to give your CV a boost, this is the perfect course for you!


What is Six Sigma?


Six Sigma, used at many companies simply means the measure of quality aiming for near perfection. Six Sigma is a strict, data-driven approach and method for stopping any defects altogether in any process – from manufacturing to retail and product to service.


The representation of Six Sigma describes how a process is performing in statistics. To meet the Six Sigma standard, a process cannot produce anymore than 3.4 defects in a million opportunities. A Six Sigma defect means anything outside of what the customer will expect or specify.


According to the Six Sigma Academy, Black Belts can save companies on average £230,000 per project and are able to complete four to six projects per year. (The average Black Belt salary is £65,000 in the United Kingdom, making it a fantastic return on investment.) General Electric, one of the most successful companies implementing Six Sigma, has made an extra £10 billion from the first five years of implementing the strategy.


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Six Sigma Green Belt


In this role you would normally be a part of a Six Sigma Management Team working together to improve a company. This is a combination of introductory (Yellow Belt) and Intermediate (Green Belt) levels for Six Sigma, as there is no prior knowledge required.


You will Learn the terminology used and understand Six Sigma up to a Management level. You will be able to demonstrate how Six Sigma can help various companies as well as understanding and identifying common implementation issues. You will be able to understand the customer importance in all business sectors as well as learning how to analyse data correctly to make good decisions.

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