Article Revised: March 28, 2019
At the Pyzdek Institute, we offer a comprehensive range of Lean Six Sigma courses designed for professionals focused on meeting goals and tight deadlines. Choosing the right training is key to improving performance, which is why we provide courses for every skill level. Some of the basic features in our popular training courses are as follows:
This course is for the professional who is just entering their journey in Lean production. The four-hour course (equivalent to almost half a Continuing Education Unit) provides a basic introduction to Six Sigma concepts and builds a foundation for future growth in the field.
2) Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt
The next step on the Lean production ladder is the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt training. This higher level course requires a 40 hour commitment, ensuring that your training gives you a solid working knowledge in the field. Completion of this certification course will not only certify you as a Yellow Belt in Lean Six Sigma – it comes with four Continuing Education Units, over 300 quiz questions to build your knowledge, and more.
3) Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
Green Belt training is a higher-intensity course for bringing your skills to the next level. As part of this 100 hour training, you delve into assignments graded by an expert in the field, receive a textbook — autographed by Thomas Pyzdek — to keep as a future reference manual, receive a 1-year Minitab License, and learn from 50 modules, project coaching, 500+ quiz questions, and more.
4) Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
Professionals who complete the 180 hour Black Belt certification course prove themselves as true masters in their field. In addition to all the coaching, assignments, textbook, license, and other benefits of the Green Belt certification course, the training includes 18 CEUs, 17 online modules, and more than 700 quiz questions.
Wherever you stand on the Lean production spectrum, the Pyzdek Institute has a training program that is right for you. Still need help determining where you should start?