Six Sigma, Make it Your Career!

Noida, India (PressExposure) May 11, 2009 -- An often asked question is Can one pursue Six Sigma as a career? There are a lot of individuals who work in small companies where the scope of implementation of Six Sigma is low but they want to take it up as a career option as they are interested in quality assurance and quality management.

Six Sigma can be a rewarding career for anyone as career opportunities are on the rise in the six sigma sector at various capacities. With companies putting emphasis on quality as well as cost management there is a huge upswing in the demand for the six sigma professionals. Six Sigma training enhances your understanding of the statistical tools and increases your flexibility and interpersonal skills which you can put to use both within and outside your organization.

A career in Six Sigma can no doubt be both intellectually stimulating and financially rewarding. But it is always advisable to start Six Sigma implementation from the company one is working currently as one is already quite familiar with the processes.

Benchmark Six Sigma’s training programs are delivered by the most respected and experienced trainers and consultants in the business. They are conducted only by trainers with cross industry implementation and leadership experience.

Also, when you undergo training from Benchmark Six Sigma, you become a member of a highly active web based group. This helps you in many ways.

1. You can view job postings and career discussions.

2. Your queries are responded by people from industry of your interest.

3. You get to know latest happenings in the Six Sigma community. You get to see challenges faced by people in various sectors

4. You get to view and download material uploaded by other participants.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 11, 2009 at 6:35 am
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