Those who are certified by The Project Management Institute as Project Managers must maintain their certification by continually upgrading their professional skills in the project management field. The Pyzdek Institute’s Six Sigma training qualifies for PDU credit as continuing education. However, not all of the modules qualify as being project management related. Here is the list of modules that relate to project management:

  1. Recognizing an opportunity
  2. Choosing the Project 01 – Pareto Analysis
  3. Choosing the Project 02 – Assessing Six Sigma Projects
  4. Develop Project Plan 01 – Team Selection and Dynamics
  5. Develop Project Plan 02 – Stakeholder Analysis and Plan
  6. Develop Project Plan 03 – Project Charter
  7. Develop Project Plan 04 – Project Management Part 1
  8. Develop Project Plan 05 – Project Management Part 2
  9. Develop Project Plan 06 – Avoiding and Overcoming Barriers
  10. High Level Maps 01 – L-Maps
  11. High Level Maps 02 – SIPOC Maps
  12. High Level Maps 03 – Product Family Matrices
  13. VOC 01 – Kano Model & Critical Incident Technique
  14. VOC 02 – Surveys (Black Belt only)
  15. VOC 03 – Listening to Customers
  16. Determine Improvement Strategy 01 – Develop the Improvement Plan
  17. Determine Improvement Strategy 02 – Improvement Plan Risk Assessment
  18. Develop New Procedures
  19. Process Control Planning
  20. Deployment Maps
  21. Dashboards
  22. Transfer Ownership and Validate Benefits

We estimate that each of these modules will require 2 hours to complete. If you are enrolled in a Pyzdek Institute course, you can claim these credits for the modules which you complete. Our Moodle learning management system will provide you with activity reports that you can use to document completion of the material, including reading, lessons, homework assignments and quizzes.

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