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Online Six Sigma Training - Lean Six Sigma, Black Belt & Green Belt Certification

Professionals with Six Sigma training and Six Sigma certifications have advanced knowledge of what is arguably the most important business management strategy of the past quarter–century. Originally developed by Motorola, Six Sigma training is designed to help you identify and repair the cause of defects in business and manufacturing processes. Several types of Six Sigma certification courses are offered online and on-campus; including, Lean Six Sigma certificates, Black Belt certification and Green Belt training. Related training programs and courses include PMP certification and project management certificates.



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Six Sigma Training Programs Online

Statistics and quality management methods play a major role in the strategy, and experts at its implementation are typically known by martial arts rankings (i.e., Green Belt, Black Belt, Master Black Belt, etc.). More than two–thirds of Fortune 500 companies have some sort of Six Sigma training initiative.

Because Six Sigma is not an occupation in and of itself, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics does not maintain employment projection data about it. However, various surveys by independent organizations (such as the annual salary survey conducted by the American Society of Quality) indicate that holding a Six Sigma certification can allow you to earn about 10% more annually than non–certified business and management professionals.