LeanSixSigma_GreenBelt-232x300Are you a change agent for your company? Are you committed to quality improvement? Do you have strong leadership and people skills? Do you take the initiative to move projects forward? If you answered yes, you may be a great candidate for Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification.

Northwest Industrial Resource Center (NWIRC) is offering Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification beginning on March 29, 2016 in St Marys, PA. This 10-day course will include day-long sessions throughout March, April, and May featuring instructor Megan Burns of Operations Strategy Consulting, LLC. Burns has more than 20 years of industrial engineering and supply chain management experience in the manufacturing industry. She is a Six Sigma Master Black Belt and has been teaching and applying these tools for over 15 years.

Becoming a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt means you have mastered the Six Sigma methodology— a disciplined, data-driven approach for eliminating defects in any process. Participates of this course will learn to apply lean tools to reduce and eliminate wastes, and the DMAIC methodology (define, measure, analyze, improve, control), to reduce process variations and defects to achieve quantifiable bottom-line business improvement.

Typically Green Belt projects spin off $25K to $50K in cost savings from process improvement. Those choosing to receive Green Belt certification, will receive project coaching specific to a process improvement project that you bring to the course


Click here for more information about the course and to register.