Six Sigma Certification

Six Sigma is a methodology used to progress business procedures by utilizing statistical analysis rather than guesswork. This confirmed approach has been implemented within a myriad of industries to achieve hard and soft money savings, while growing client satisfaction. We are at the forefront of Six Sigma certification services. We assist organizations with all aspects of the implementation procedure from training Champions to certifying employees at various belt levels. We can support your company determine the right individuals for training and how to choose potential projects.

The term Six Sigma originated from terminology associated with manufacturing, especially terms associated with statistical modeling of manufacturing procedures. The maturity of a manufacturing procedure can be described by a sigma rating representing its yield or the percentage of defect-free products it creates. A six sigma procedure is one in which 99.99966% of the products manufactured are statistically expected to be free of defects (3.4 defective parts/million), although, as discussed below, this imperfection level corresponds to only a 4.5 sigma level. Motorola set a goal of "six sigma" for all of its manufacturing operations, and this goal became a by-word for the management and engineering practices used to achieve it.

How to implement Six Sigma?

Since the results of a Six Sigma project are simply as good as the people involved and the training those people take delivery of, selecting the right employees and providing adequate training are dangerous to the procedure. An existing business can implement Six Sigma by first identifying the employees who have the experience to fill the Six Sigma team roles below:

  • Master Black Belt – This role is filled by an employee who has completed Black Belt training and classically leads between five and ten different Six Sigma projects. This employee must have strong quantitative skills and highly-developed leadership skills.
  • Black Belt – This expert works full time on quality development projects. The Black Belt has completed all Six Sigma coursework and has led more than a few projects.
  • Green Belt – This professional typically works part time on projects and has been trained in Six Sigma methodology.
  • Yellow Belt – This person helps part time on project teams and has received minimal training in Six Sigma.

Once the role needs of each Six Sigma belt are understood, it becomes easier to match these roles with employees who have the desired skills, abilities, and experience.

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