Six Sigma Green Belt Certification: Is It Right for You?
Have you been looking for a way to prove to your employer that you’re motivated and willing to improve yourself while contributing to your organization? Enrolling in one of our Six Sigma Certification programs is the perfect way to do just that. But with so many available programs, it might be difficult to decide which one is right for you.
Today, we look at the Green Belt certification. This is a mid-level certification course that is appropriate for those looking for in-depth knowledge of Six Sigma, but who are not yet ready to be project leaders.
What does the Six Sigma Green Belt Certification course cover?
The Green Belt Certification course covers a variety of topics to improve your understanding of Six Sigma process and how they are implemented in the workplace. Some topics covered include:
- DMAIC methods and how they are used
- SIPOC diagrams and Critical-to-Quality (CTQ) elements
- Understanding the Voice of the Customer (VOC) and how to utilize their feedback
- How to support Black Belts throughout a project
For a complete list of topics covered, please see the Six Sigma Green Belt Certification enrollment page.
What is the difference between a Yellow Belt and a Green Belt certification?
A Yellow Belt certification covers the basics of Six Sigma concepts and practices, and it teaches the individual how to play a supporting role in their organization. It is an entry-level certification that many employees are now required to have.
The Green Belt certification course builds upon the Yellow Belt certification. When you enroll in a Green Belt course, you will receive the coursework for both belt levels, and you will need to work through the Yellow Belt information first before tackling the Green Belt material.
What role do Green Belts play in the workplace?
The Green Belt works closely with the Black belt, helping them to define processes, scope, and limitations, and creating a high-level process map. They play an important role in projects, completing analysis and solving problems.
Why should I consider adding a Six Sigma Green Belt Certification to my resume?
In today’s job market, many executives are looking for individuals with Six Sigma certifications on their resumes. A Green Belt Certification will help you stand out as a self-starter who is focused on improvement.
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