Enroll anytime. Participants will be contacted upon enrollment and will have 6 months to complete the program.
This program is a combination of online self paced recorded lectures, online materials and exams plus 50 hours of one to one coaching on a Lean Six Sigma project dedicated to your business.
The Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification program allows students to complete certification requirements for one of the most important and impactful credentials in business today.
The Lean Six Sigma discipline combines two of the most powerful improvement methodologies in modern history—Six Sigma and Lean. This course is designed for business professionals looking to lead Quality initiatives. Black Belts are capable of and typically oversee Green Belts and their projects and are qualified to participate with senior management in the creation and execution of an organizational Quality strategy.
There are two required elements for Black Belt Certification, both of which will be overseen by your Black Belt instructor/consultant:
All course materials and the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification exam fee are included in the program registration fee of $14,995.*
*Costs include $3,995 for the training and $11,000 for class project Black Belt oversight. UNH Professional Development Training and WGA requires that the instructor/consultant certifies the BB candidate is able to do everything expected of Black Belts upon graduation. The typical return on investment for the class project is $75,000 - $125,000+.
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification students are eligible for 106 PDUs for Project Management Institute (PMI) certification.
Prerequisites: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt $2,499
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Important Notice: Enrollment is rolling. The program will begin on your desired start day and must be completed within 6 months. Coaching and project work is tailored to your schedule.
After enrollment, you will be contacted with participation information. If you would like to be invoiced, please email Claire Guilmette at email@example.com to enroll.
Contact Stacey Boyle, UNH Professional Development and Training with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-770-8200.
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A Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (CLSSBB) is among the most sought-after professional skills in any industry today. As a Lean Sis Sigma Black Belt, your expertise of Lean Six Sigma techniques and strategies can significantly contribute to the organization’s bottom line and more importantly, meet customer expectations.
Lean Six Sigma addresses the best of both worlds, Lean (identification and elimination of waste), and Six Sigma (elimination of variation and defects). As a Black Belt, you will lead and mentor other colleagues in a Continuous Improvement Program, work with management and process owners to identify opportunities for improvement project initiatives and manage a portfolio of Lean Six Sigma projects consistent with business strategy needs.
Typically, a full-time position, the LSSBB plays a significant role with a focus on improving quality, productivity, cost reduction, and revenue.
Duration: 8-days (56-hours) lecture plus 50 hours project work
This course provides 106 PDUs for eligible PMPs: Education: 106: (35-Ways of Working; 35-Power Skills; 36-Business Acumen)
Section-1.0 Six Sigma and Lean Overview:
Section-2.0 Define Phase
Lean Six Sigma Fundamentals:
Lean Six Sigma Projects:
Section-3.0 Measure Phase
Six Sigma Statistics:
Measurement System Analysis (MSA):
Section-4.0 Analyze Phase
Patterns of Variation
Hypothesis Testing: Normal Data
Hypothesis Testing: Non-Normal Data
Section-5.0 Improve Phase
Simple Linear Regression:
Multiple Regression Analysis:
Full Factorial Experiments:
Lean Solutions Concepts:
Section-6.0 Control Phase
Statistical Process Control (SPC):
Six Sigma Control Plans:
P.D.C.A., DMAIC, and Other Continuous Improvement Processes
Review of Objectives
All certificate course materials and exams are included in the price of program enrollment.
Kevin M. Yonge joined the William George Associates, Ltd. Team in April 2019 and brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in the Continuous Improvement Management, Sales Management, and Quality Management arenas. Kevin has been a Lean and Lean Six Sigma practitioner and instructor since 1997 and continues to provide businesses and students with the programs and skills necessary to improve their financial and professional development needs, respectively. Kevin’s previous industry experience includes the Defense, Aerospace, Motion Control, Computer, Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, and Commercial Industries. Kevin also provides consulting services to both large and small corporations in the design, development, and deployment of Continuous Improvement Programs. These programs continue to positively impact the business’ bottom line and product/service quality. Kevin earned his M.B.A.-Management from the University of Massachusetts – Lowell and holds professional certifications including Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Certified Scrum/Agile Master.