Posted by: northeastnation | June 18, 2013

Six Sigma courses begin Aug. 12 at Northeast State

Workforce Solutions at Northeast State is pleased to announce upcoming Six Sigma opportunities. The classes are scheduled to start the week of August 12, 2013 and run for approximately 20 weeks.

six-sigma_MDAll Six Sigma training will be held on the College’s main campus in Blountville, Tenn., 2425 Highway 75, adjacent to Tri-Cities Regional Airport. These classes are a combination of evening classes held from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. and day-long sessions from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Course requirement: you MUST have at least MINITAB 15 with 16 being preferred.

BLACK BELT
Training provides in-depth knowledge of all the tools in Six Sigma Methodology. Upon completion, participants will be fully prepared to take on the role of Six Sigma Black Belt. The class provides mastery of all five phases complimented by the best training materials available including, but not limited to; project selection, measurement system analysis (MSA), basic stats, capability, inferential stats, hypothesis testing, normality, and design of experiments, control plans, and PFMEA.

Class Times – Combination of day and evening classes

Total Hours – 128

Cost – $5,600

GREEN to BLACK BELT

This training provides an opportunity to upgrade previous Six Sigma Green Belt training by local Six Sigma professionals. As part of the overall Spring 2013 Six Sigma curriculum, participants will need to attend as few as 61 hours of classroom instruction. Upon completion of these classes and an approved project, the Green Belt will become Black Belt certified.

Class Times – Combination of day and evening classes

Total Hours – 61

Cost – Previous Green Belt Students – $3,395   New Students – $3,955

GREEN BELT

Green Belt training provides hands on training and the opportunity to assist organizations in the roll out and use of the Six Sigma Methodology. The class will go through the full DMAIC process with emphasis on: project identification and management, proper project documentation, introduction to statistical tools and analysis, introduction to Minitab, root cause analysis, quality management, and introduction to DOE and control methods.

Class Times – Combination of day and evening classes

Total Hours – 67

Cost – $4,295

Note: The above costs will include all necessary training material but does not included Minitab software.

To register or for additional information, contact Diana Harrison at 423.354.5520 or dlharrison@NortheastState.edu.

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