White Belt Certification

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We Offer Several Accredited White Belt Training & Certification Programs:

We are proud to offer one of the most extensive collections of customized industry-specific training programs in the Six Sigma industry.  Within these programs, you can expect to receive both the video content and the final certification tailored to your specific field.  Just another way that Aveta Business Institute’s Six Sigma Online is leading the way in online training and certification.

White Belt Certification

Since Six Sigma focuses on process improvement, it is easily applied to a wide variety of specialties. By increasing the quality of processes you will offer an improved service, have more satisfied customers, and as a result experience increased profits.

Call Center Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

Call centers are all about satisfaction of the customer. Employees that have a solid understanding of the Six Sigma methodology have the capability to make positive changes such as eliminate unnecessary steps in the workflow process, reduce wait times, increase customer retention, and more.
 

Construction Industry

White Belt Certification 

The Construction Industry is the branch of manufacture and trade based on the building, maintaining, and repairing of structures. When combined with Six Sigma, the results are safer construction sites, better managed labor force, less dangerous errors, increased quality buildings, and happy satisfied customers.
 

Customer Service Industry

White Belt Certification 

The biggest challenge for a customer service department is balancing the operational needs of the organization with the wants of the customer to increase customer loyalty and retention as efficiently as possible. Six Sigma Methodologies are the key to reaching this challenging goal.
 

Distribution Industry

White Belt Certification 

Six Sigma experts look at each phase of the supply chain to determine where the defects are coming from and how they could be reversed, leading to a sustainable 6 sigma level of perfection, or only 3.4 defects per million opportunities. This increases both customer satisfaction and bottom-line profit.
 

eCommerce Industry

White Belt Certification 

Six Sigma is historically considered a process for decreasing variability in the manufacturing process. In eCommerce, the Six Sigma Process can increase the productivity and success of your company’s internet sales funnel in order to increase sales conversion rates, and ultimately, profits.
 

Engineering Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

Engineering departments typically have complex operations involving many different people, projects, and processes. Whether you are an industrial engineer overseeing large-scale manufacturing or another type of engineer (i.e. design engineer, process engineer, systems engineer, etc.) in different industry, utilizing the Six Sigma Methodology is a necessary strategy for maximizing efficiency.
 

Field Services Industry

White Belt Certification 

Field Services are simply put; services a company provides ‘in the field’. Examples of this can include installation, mobile professional services, repairs, mining, maintenance of all types, diagnostics and more. When the Six Sigma Tools are adopted, the right employees are able to get to the right place at the right time, help the client efficiently, and move on to the next as quickly as possible.
 

Finance Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

In the financial world, everything is about the bottom line. The goal is almost always to reduce cost as much as possible in order to reap the highest revenue outcome possible. The Six Sigma Methodology can provide the essential knowledge a financial organization needs to succeed in achieving their goals.
 

Food Service Industry

White Belt Certification 

The Food Services industry includes any meal or snack that is prepared for immediate consumption outside the home. This can include restaurants, catering, food courts, cafeterias, and grab and go foods, as well as many other establishments with the goal of feeding people.
 

Government: 

White Belt Certification 

Government agencies strive to provide comprehensive services. However, they also need to be seen as lean and efficient while using the money of tax payers. The Six Sigma Methodology can provide the essential knowledge to reduce the “red tape” and achieving maximum efficiency.
 

Healthcare Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

The healthcare industry is one where defects and mistakes cannot be tolerated; a small misstep or mistake could cost a patient their life.  It is imperative that standard processes within this industry need to be in place and followed exactly in order to eliminate mistakes.

Hospitality Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

Hospitality is a broad industry that includes any business or corporation offering lodging, food & beverage, amusement parks, air travel & transportation, cruises and/or entertainment. Implementing the Six Sigma Process will separate your organization apart from the competition by increasing productivity and profits.
 

Human Resources (HR) Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

The processes executed by human resources are the life-blood for every organization… making the efficiency of each task vital. The various processes involved in compensation, orientations, new hires, formal complaints, legal expectations, recruitment, rewards and recognition can all be streamlined with the Six Sigma Methodology.
 

Information Technology (I.T.) Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

The IT industry is an industry that truly relies on speed, accuracy, and quality control in their processes. Unlike other companies with less pressure to improve processes or strategies, IT organizations need to utilize their time wisely and make the most of their projects and processes.
 

Logistics Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

Today’s consumers expect products to arrive so swiftly, that any delay can cause disappointment before the product even arrives. The main goals of the Six Sigma process are to find, diagnose, and fix errors or defects, wherever they may exist in the supply chain, including the complex Logistical process.
 

Manufacturing Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

Six Sigma and manufacturing go hand-in-hand. The foundation of Six Sigma was actually designed to improve performance and efficiency in the manufacturing industry. The Six Sigma Methodology was originally developed as a kind of quality control especially for large scale manufacturing companies.
 

Marketing Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

The Marketing sector of business is all about matching customers with products they need or want. The main point of the Six Sigma process is to find, diagnose, and fix errors or defects. When these two methods are put together, you end up with a statistically driven way of creating products or services that customers want, and will buy.
 

Military & Defense Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

There are some industries in which the consequences of mistakes and waste are not only detrimental to the bottom line, but are severe or grave. Within the military, the Six Sigma Methodology works to reduce the number of defects and variables within day to day processes to not only improve efficiency, but to save lives.
 

Retail Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

Retail sales are the interlocking operations that bring a product from the warehouse to a shopping cart (real or virtual) to checkout. When all of the steps along the way are perfected using the Six Sigma Methodology, positive results can be seen in the form of satisfied customers and soaring profits.

Sales Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

Sales are the lifeblood of every organization. The Six Sigma Methodology can increase the success of your company’s Sales initiatives by improving the processes related to qualifying leads, identifying customers, and engaging in purposeful interaction with customers so that they are influenced to take action.
 

Supply Chain Management Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the broad range of coordinated activities required to plan, control, and execute a product’s flow from acquiring raw materials all the way
through a company to its distribution to a final customer. SCM and Six Sigma naturally work together to perfect the supply chain in a corporation for maximum profit.
 

Warehousing Industry: 

White Belt Certification 

Warehousing is the process of storing goods in a warehouse with the eventual intention of selling or distributing said goods. When Six Sigma methodologies are, you end up with a statistically driven way of resolving issues quickly and efficiently at the root cause as well as discovering metrics that can be further optimized for enhanced profitability.
 


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.