Noida, India (PressExposure) May 20, 2009 -- Being a Fresher and a Quality enthusiast one often faces the question of âHow to start with Six Sigma?â. Out of the number of Six Sigma courses being offered it is very difficult to ascertain which on is the right one for you and with which course to start your training in Six Sigma with.
Six Sigma can be learnt even by a fresher (even without any Statistical academic background) without any work experience, whether graduate/ undergraduate. Six Sigma essentially implies a change in the attitude/mindset in the way of looking at things for the better from what it was earlier/till now. It is moving to the next (superior) level from the present level.
To start your journey in the Six Sigma domain, GreenBelt (junior & middle level at work) training should be just apt for acquiring the required statistical & analytical knowledge needed for starters in the Six Sigma work area. Subsequently, on a GB project completion (under the guidance of a BB), you become more evolved as a Six Sigma professional & become ready for a Black Belt in Six Sigma.
Benchmark Six Sigmaâs four-day Green Belt certification program provides an understanding of each step in the Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC) methodology and many of the associated analysis tools. This program combines lecture, class exercises, case studies, and team exercises.
BSSâs program assumes no prior knowledge of similar techniques. So people from operations, finance, quality, sales, marketing, R&D, customer service, admin, training, HR, design, logistics, purchase, materials, maintenance, development, housekeeping, planning, strategy, have benefited in the past.
Our programs have unparalleled advantages. These include international recognition, world class trainers, advanced content, training techniques that bring concepts to life, project certification, opportunities for next level courses-BB and MBB, membership of an active and supportive online community.
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