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Additional Info if Necessary: The Black Belt includes all of the content in the Green Belt and Yellow Belt.
NOTE: If the customer asks for: Green Belt Level II, Black Belt Level II, Black Belt Level III, or Master Black Belt: They will need to first email [email protected] to receive approval. They will be sent an invoice for the total amount. The invoice number can then be used as a reference to arrange payment over the phone. This is because the above programs have prerequisites that need to be confirmed before they can enroll.
Additional Info if Necessary: If customer is unsure of which to choose, we typically recommend “Six Sigma” for most people. We recommend “Lean Six Sigma” for those that work in the public sector or armed forces. “Lean Six Sigma” simply means a program that includes “lean” principles in the Six Sigma Curriculum. However, essentially all quality Six Sigma programs already have “Lean” principles incorporated into their curriculum. Therefore, most (if not all) “Six Sigma” programs are actually identical to their “Lean Six Sigma” counterparts. In a nutshell, in today’s world “Six Sigma” and “Lean Six Sigma” essentially mean exactly the same thing. To accommodate employers and employees alike, we offer both varieties.
Additional Info if Necessary: Our specialized programs are the same as our standard programs; however the videos are customized for the specific industry and the wording on the final certifications reflect the industry. The content that is learned is still the same.
An E-book is still provided even if they order a physical textbook.

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Originally developed by Bill Smith at Motorola in 1986, the Six Sigma Training program was created using some of the most innovative quality improvement methods from the preceding six decades. The term "Six Sigma" is derived from a field of statistics known as process capability. The term 6 Sigma refers to the ability of manufacturing processes to produce a very high proportion of output within specification. Processes that operate with "six sigma quality" over the short term are assumed to produce long-term defect levels below 3.4 defects per million opportunities. Six Sigma's goal is to improve overall processes to that level of quality or better.